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ISO/IEC/IEEE 24765

Systems and software engineering - Vocabulary

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 September 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 530
ICS Code (Information technology (Vocabularies)): 01.040.35
ICS Code (Software): 35.080
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General

Consistent with ISO vocabulary standards, each technical committee is responsible for standard terminology in its area of specialization. This document provides a common vocabulary applicable to all systems and software engineering work falling within the scope of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 7, Software and systems engineering, and the IEEE Computer Society Systems and Software Engineering Standards Committee (IEEE-CS S2ESC).

The scope of each concept defined has been chosen to provide a definition that is suitable for general application. In those circumstances where a restricted application is concerned, a more specific definition might be needed. Terms have been excluded if they were:

- considered to be parochial to one group or organization;

- company proprietary or trademarked;

- multi-word terms whose meaning could be inferred from the definitions of the component words; and

- terms whose meaning in the information technology (IT) field could be directly inferred from their common English dictionary meaning.

Document History

ISO/IEC/IEEE 24765
September 1, 2017
Systems and software engineering - Vocabulary
General Consistent with ISO vocabulary standards, each technical committee is responsible for standard terminology in its area of specialization. This document provides a common vocabulary...
December 15, 2010
Systems and software engineering - Vocabulary
Consistent with ISO vocabulary standards, each technical committee is responsible for standard terminology in its area of specialization. This International Standard provides a common vocabulary...

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