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<blockquote>''(1) The organized collection of activities, relationships and contracts which apply to a system-of-interest during its life.'' (Pyster 2009, 73)</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>''(1) The organized collection of activities, relationships and contracts which apply to a system-of-interest during its life.'' (Pyster 2009, 73)</blockquote>
  
<blockquote>''(2) The evolution of a system, product, service, project or other human-made entity from conception through retirement.'' (ISO/IEC 2008)</blockquote>
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<blockquote>''(2) The evolution of a system, product, service, project or other human-made entity from conception through retirement.'' (ISO/IEC/IEEE 2015)</blockquote>
  
 
<blockquote>''(3) Development (life) cycles start with user needs and end with system decommissioning and disposal. Project cycles contain three aspects: business, budget, and technical.'' (Mooz, Forsberg, Cotterman 2003, 259)</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>''(3) Development (life) cycles start with user needs and end with system decommissioning and disposal. Project cycles contain three aspects: business, budget, and technical.'' (Mooz, Forsberg, Cotterman 2003, 259)</blockquote>
  
 
===Source===
 
===Source===
(1) Pyster, A. (ed.). 2009. ''Graduate Software Engineering 2009 (GSwE2009): Curriculum Guidelines for Graduate Degree Programs in Software Engineering''. Integrated Software & Systems Engineering Curriculum Project. Hoboken, NJ, USA: Stevens Institute of Technology, September 30, 2009.
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(1) Pyster, A.(ed.). 2009. ''Graduate Software Engineering 2009 (GSwE2009): Curriculum Guidelines for Graduate Degree Programs in Software Engineering''. Integrated Software & Systems Engineering Curriculum Project. Hoboken, NJ, USA: Stevens Institute of Technology, September 30, 2009.
  
(2) ISO/IEC 2008. ''Systems and Software Engineering -- System Life Cycle Processes''. Geneva, Switzerland: International Organisation for Standardisation / International Electrotechnical Commissions. ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2008.
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(2) ISO/IEC/IEEE. 2015. ''[[ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288|Systems and Software Engineering -- System Life Cycle Processes]]''. Geneva, Switzerland: International Organisation for Standardisation / International Electrotechnical Commissions / Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015.
  
 
(3) Mooz, H., K. Forsberg, H. Cotterman. 2003. ''Communicating Project Management.'' Hoboken, NJ, USA: John Wiley and Sons.
 
(3) Mooz, H., K. Forsberg, H. Cotterman. 2003. ''Communicating Project Management.'' Hoboken, NJ, USA: John Wiley and Sons.
  
 
===Discussion===
 
===Discussion===
For additional discussion of the different uses of "life cycle", see the [[Life Cycle Models]] knowledge area.
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For additional discussion of the different uses of "life cycle", see the [[Life Cycle Models]] article.
  
 
[[Category:Glossary of Terms]]
 
[[Category:Glossary of Terms]]
  
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(1) The organized collection of activities, relationships and contracts which apply to a system-of-interest during its life. (Pyster 2009, 73)

(2) The evolution of a system, product, service, project or other human-made entity from conception through retirement. (ISO/IEC/IEEE 2015)

(3) Development (life) cycles start with user needs and end with system decommissioning and disposal. Project cycles contain three aspects: business, budget, and technical. (Mooz, Forsberg, Cotterman 2003, 259)

Source

(1) Pyster, A.(ed.). 2009. Graduate Software Engineering 2009 (GSwE2009): Curriculum Guidelines for Graduate Degree Programs in Software Engineering. Integrated Software & Systems Engineering Curriculum Project. Hoboken, NJ, USA: Stevens Institute of Technology, September 30, 2009.

(2) ISO/IEC/IEEE. 2015. Systems and Software Engineering -- System Life Cycle Processes. Geneva, Switzerland: International Organisation for Standardisation / International Electrotechnical Commissions / Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015.

(3) Mooz, H., K. Forsberg, H. Cotterman. 2003. Communicating Project Management. Hoboken, NJ, USA: John Wiley and Sons.

Discussion

For additional discussion of the different uses of "life cycle", see the Life Cycle Models article.

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