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definition-Environment-Constraint

Definition:

A Environment-Constraint is any System Constraint that is not a Focus-System Constraint.

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *491
English Master: Environment-Constraint
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: non-Focus-System Constraint, Environment-System Constraint

Detailing

Environment-Constraints are particularly intended to describe Constraints on the Life-Cycle of a Product or System, such as:
• design and Architecture phases
• construction and Acquisition phases
• implementation phases
• operational use phases
• shut down phases

Constraints are of four basic types:
Function-Constraints
• Performance-Constraints,
Resource-Constraints and
• Environment-Constraints.


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Constraint


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Environment-System
Focus-System
Binary Constraint A Constraint which is formulated in terms which are Binary (true/untrue) in nature.). These are of two types veto and demand.
Demand-Constraint
Veto-Constraint
Constraint
Scalar-Constraint
Performance-Constraint
Resource-Constraint
Function-Constraints


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This Concept entered by Peter Davies.

Created by system. Last Modification: Thursday 11 of July, 2019 18:10:55 CEST by Admin (Kai).
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