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<blockquote>''An operational situation/configuration of a system characterized by its active functions. Inside an operational mode the system can perform specific operational scenarios, and so activate the corresponding functions. (same as state)'' (Faisandier, A. 2012)</blockquote>
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Revision as of 08:01, 18 May 2021

An operational situation/configuration of a system characterized by its active functions. Inside an operational mode the system can perform specific operational scenarios, and so activate the corresponding functions. (same as state) (Faisandier 2012)

Source(s)

Faisandier, A. 2012. Systems Architecture and Design. Belberaud, France: Sinergy'Com.

Discussion

None.

SEBoK v. 2.4, released 19 May 2021