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-====== Reference Model ======+====== Reference Model and Scope ======
  
 A **Reference Model** is a process content that other processes can be mapped against via the Stages compliance mapping capability. A **Reference Model** is a process content that other processes can be mapped against via the Stages compliance mapping capability.
  
-Examples for reference models are Automotive SPICE, CMMI, or ISO standards. Reference models can be either imported as content packages created by Method Park or created directly by customers.+Examples for reference models are CMMI, Automotive SPICE, or ISO standards. Reference models can be either imported as content packages created by Method Park or created directly by customers
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 +Typically a process has to comply only with a specific section of a reference model. For example, a project management process only needs to comply with the Project Planning, Project Monitoring & Control, and Integrated Project Management process areas of the CMMI-DEV standard. Therefore the reference models are normally broken down into **Scopes**, which contain a subset of all reference model requirements. Per convention, each reference model has a **Default Scope**, which contains all reference model required that are typically mapped to.