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typically as part of a process or sub-process.
A linguistic object that refers to a
An expression denoting
a resource, consisting of either a name or, recursively, a function term applied to a
sequence of arguments, which are themselves terms.
[ISO TC97/SC5/WG3 TR 9007 (1982) and ISO/IEC 24707:2007(E) inspired]
A standard business stereotype typically represented with a
A measure of change.
A sorted list of activities performed by a
for a project, during a period
Common name for
See Tracked Resource Qualities (TRQs).
TRACKED RESOURCE QUALITY
Tracked Resource Qualities (TRQs) are tracked
qualities or attributes defined by formula and attributes.
They are common for KPIs, NFPs, QoS, and typically include attributes like estimates, goals, capabilities.
Tracking is key to integrity, accountability, responsibility, and traceability.
System tracking includes default access control, operation & transaction time-stamping and logging,
as well as some tracking test modes; tracking is typically performed through
Tracked Resource Qualities (TRQs).
component used to group editing and transactional
into a unit where either all transaction operations will be committed or none will.
Changing data to adapt it for different use or purpose, ex:
information can be transformed in graphs and diagrams, or contents transformed into web
documents; see also
phenomenon responsible for
time and characterized by a dual
process along a single
axis between two
The two processes are
entropy (2nd law of thermodynamics), through which structures are recycled through
energy dissipation, thowards chaos, and
evolution (neg-entropy) to build new structures and concentrate energy.
resource management contexts, the result of a
query; see also
segment (e.g. a car is a type of vehicle, where both "vehicle" and "car" contribute to classification).
A basic DNAOS
knowledge resource referenced by other resources for type labels and differentiation.