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:'''PSSP''' is a general methodology for organising information and process descriptions. It offers a uniform and systematic information structure for all systems, whether small details or large integrated models. The four [[attribute | attributes]] of PSSP ('''Purpose, Structure, State, Performance''') enable hierarchical descriptions where the same [[attribute | attributes]] are used in all levels.<section end=glossary />
 
:'''PSSP''' is a general methodology for organising information and process descriptions. It offers a uniform and systematic information structure for all systems, whether small details or large integrated models. The four [[attribute | attributes]] of PSSP ('''Purpose, Structure, State, Performance''') enable hierarchical descriptions where the same [[attribute | attributes]] are used in all levels.<section end=glossary />

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PSSP is a general methodology for organising information and process descriptions. It offers a uniform and systematic information structure for all systems, whether small details or large integrated models. The four attributes of PSSP (Purpose, Structure, State, Performance) enable hierarchical descriptions where the same attributes are used in all levels.<section end=glossary />