Life Cycle (glossary)
(1) The organized collection of activities, relationships and contracts which apply to a system of interest during its life.
(2) the evolution of a system, product, service, project or other human-made entity from conception through retirement.
(3) Development (life) cycles start with user needs and end with system decommissioning and disposal. Project cycles contain three aspects: business, budget, and technical. (Mooz, Forsberg, Cotterman 2003, p259)
Mooz, H., Forsberg, K., Cotterman, H. 2003. Communicating Project Management. John Wiley and Sons.
There is currently no discussion for this term. This will be completed for SEBoK version 1.0.