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throughput-world paradigm

См.: парадигма мира пропускной способности.



throughput-world paradigm

throughput-world paradigm - The view that a system consists of a series of dependent variables that must work together to achieve the goal and whose ability to do so is limited by some system constraint. The unavoidable conclusion is that global improvement is the direct result of improvement at the constraint, and cost allocation is unnecessary and misleading. This paradigm is in conflict with the cost-world paradigm.

See:constraint, cost-world paradigm.