|Reference||/VM 1997/ V-Model 97, Lifecycle Process Model.|
Within the scope of a real project a series of products in the V-Model are generated several times (e. g. for each individual SW Component, SW Module, etc.). In the V-Model, these products are only described once as so-called "product classes" or "generic products". An actually generated product is also called the instance of the (generic) product. |
Note: Usually, all products of the V-Model are generic products (i. e. elements of a product class). See also Instance.
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