The Process Control-Axis is the horizontal, left to right, direction of “Process flow” in a Planguage Process diagram.

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *261
English Master: Control-Axis
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: none




''Precedent Processes are diagrammed as flowing into the left quadrant (CE below). The next Process, After “this one”, is diagrammed as being pointed to by an arrow flowing out of the right quadrant (CX below).

Not coincidentally, the Control-Axis coincides with the Plan and Study components of the quadrangle. See also Input/Output-Axis.''


Process and data flow conventions in the Planguage Graphical Language.

These conventions can also be exploited in the Planguage Keyed-Icons like this:

^[[Architecture] > ^[[Engineering] > ^[[Component Design] > ^[[Prototyping] Showing the relationship between Processes (^[[Keyed Process Icon])

Below, we have added the notation for data in and out of the Architecture Process, the vertical axis.

. Requirements V ^[[Architecture] > ^[[Engineering] > ^[[Component Design] > ^[[Prototyping] V Arch. Specs



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This Concept entered by Diane O'Brien.

Created by system. Last Modification: Monday 17 of October, 2016 16:18:34 CEST by Admin (Kai).

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