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Overall Analysis and Conclusions

  • Kai Jakobs
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Part of the Professional Computing book series (XPCOMP)

Abstract

The previous chapters addressed various aspects surrounding the links and associations between users, standards, standardisation processes, and implementations. This chapter will try and demonstrate how these different pieces fit together to form a coherent picture. There are some lessons to be learned from this picture, which will also be discussed.

Keywords

Business Process Committee Member User Requirement Standardisation Process Standard Committee 
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