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 (not in the software yet, for now, just talk about it and give background) (not in the software yet, for now, just talk about it and give background)
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-We use tailoring to incorporate requirements of project- or program-specific instances in a process. 
  
 === Tailoring === === Tailoring ===
  
-There is no "​Ultimate" ​process ​that all processes can follow successfullyAll of the processes follow the same [[:​general:​metamodel|]],​ but they have small variations. Tailoring ​a process ​filters out the process ​activities, work products, roles, etc. for a specific ​project. For examplea "​Safety Manager"​ role will have different work products based on the level of safety integrity needed, so the information ​for all other levels is not relevant for a specific ​projectTailoring this process allows the safety manager to only see the components that are applicable to the specific ​project.+We use tailoring to incorporate requirements of project- or program-specific instances in a process. ​The specific requirements are tailored in/​out ​of a process ​depending on the specifications of that process. ​The user viewing the tailored process will only see the relevant information ​for their project, ​not the tailored out information
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 +Project- or program-specific ​processes can be created through module inheritanceSpecific requirements of the specific ​processes can be incorporated by a tailoring mechanism.
  
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-Project- or program-specific processes can be created through module inheritance. Specific requirements of the specific processes can be incorporated by a tailoring mechanism.