Archetypes are knowledge meta-data resources that define key processing pattern structures, and allow more flexible processing generalization and specialization, where a trivial example may be an “invoice” archetype that defines key qualities of invoices, and supports generically processing very different invoice types, while supporting their respective specialization.
Orchestration virtual profile archetypes are also key to knowledge management as, simple or complex, small or large, whatever the granularity level, resource behavior, events, relations, and processes, happen over time.
More so, their structure, operation, and integration are most often time-dependent, if not time-critical.
Orchestration virtual profile archetypes manage (e.g. coordinate, sequence, synchronize, alternate, parallelize, trigger, stop, delay, condition, validate) behavior in time.
Constraining and determining resource behavior, relations typically own and manage orchestration archetypes.
In fact, orchestration is a relational context-aware rule-based quality.
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