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In my understanding, primary function of a bounded context is to encapsulate a common language used by a group of users. This is the main tool that enables reflecting already used terminology in software abstractions instead of creating unnatural abstractions to satisfy all users. IMO primary guideline for drawing context boundaries would be to not think ...
"Bounded context should be relatively small, but large enough only to capture the complete ubiquitous language of the isolated business domain, and no larger"
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