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Identification

Production Web

Definitions/Uses

2001
Reference /Scacchi, 2001/ Process Models in Software Engineering
Definition/
Use
The production web represents the "organizational production system" that transforms raw computational, cognitive, and other organizational resources into assembled, integrated and usable software systems. The production lattice therefore structures how a software system is developed, used, and maintained. However, prescriptive task chains and actions cannot be formally guaranteed to anticipate all possible circumstances or idiosyncratic foul-ups that can emerge in the real world of software development /Bendifallah, 1989/, /Mi, 1990/. Thus, any software production web will in some way realize only an approximate or incomplete description of software development.

See also

Prescriptive Task Chains
Process Model

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