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Definition

output of an organization that can be produced without any transaction taking place between the organization and the customer

 

This is a concrete item and can be implemented directly

Term: product; 
Plural: products; 

Notes

Note 1 to entry: Production of a product is achieved without any transaction necessarily taking place between provider and customer, but can often involve this service element upon its delivery to the customer.

Note 2 to entry: The dominant element of a product is that it is generally tangible.

Examples

Diagrammatic representation

Simple graph - product

Required associations

a number of assurance cases evidences safety of one or more products
a number of assurance cases evidences security of one or more products
exactly one manufacturer has accountability for design and manufacture of one or more products
exactly one product has exactly one life cycle
up to one responsibility agreement concerns one or more products

Optional associations

a number of healthcare delivery organisations uses a number of products
exactly one manufacturer manufactures a number of products
a number of products has one or more intended uses
a number of products produced by a number of manufacturers
a number of products has exactly one quality
a number of reasonably foreseeable misuses applies to a number of products

Generalisations

    asset
product

Specialisations

product
    medical device
    health software product
    component
    assurance case