Definition of Software system

1. Noun. (computer science) written programs or procedures or rules and associated documentation pertaining to the operation of a computer system and that are stored in read/write memory. "The market for software is expected to expand"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Software System

software development
software documentation
software engine
software engineer
software engineering
software engineers
software engines
software error
software escrow
software framework
software frameworks
software house
software houses
software package
software product
software system (current term)
software validation
softwareless
softwarematically
softwares
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Literary usage of Software system

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1. Reference Information for the Software Verification & Validation Process by Dolores R. Wallace, Laura M. Ippolito, Barbara B. Cuthill (1998)
"2.3.6 software system Test software system test, in the context of ... Software system test is the validation that the software meets its requirements. ..."

2. Design and Analysis of Integrated Manufacturing Systems by W. Dale Compton (1988)
"... interface and internals will allow the compiler to check that the component has been integrated into the user's software system in the proper manner. ..."

3. Computers and Information Technologies in Agricultural Production and edited by Karl Schneider (1998)
"Y37-1990 Geostatistics for waste management : a user's manual for the GEOPACK (version 1.0) geostatistical software system. User's manual for the GEOPACK ..."

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