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Real-Time Agility: The Harmony/ESW Method for Real-Time and Embedded Systems Development by Bruce Powel Douglass

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Chapter 3Harmony/ESW Principles and Practices

The essential principles and practices of the Harmony/ESW process drive the process content because a process is just a recipe for achieving a goal. It specifies roles (who does the work), tasks (what the work is), workflows (the sequences of tasks), and work products (the stuff the recipe creates). The elements of a process are selected and organized on the basis of its underlying principles. A principle is a fundamental generalization that is accepted almost as an axiom, a statement assumed to be true and that can be used as a basis for reasoning and acting. Practices are the concrete realization of principles. A practice is a customary or common way of acting that is consistent with the principles. ...

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