Chapter 6 presented the concepts of Asset and Asset Specification Structure. This is the fact that a particular Asset (either an instance or a Specification) is a component in another Asset (instance or Specification). Figure 16-6 shows the Asset Specification part of this. Here, an Asset Specification Structure describes what is supposed to be the (specified) composition of an Asset Specification. That is, a particular Asset Specification Structure is the use of one Asset Specification in another Asset Specification.

Figure 16-6: Asset Specification Structure

For example, as specified in a catalogue, a “Lenovo T41 ...

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