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Guideline 6: Identify Tasks that Serve Specific Purposes

Tasks can also be grouped according to the specific purposes they serve. One example of a task serving a clear purpose is a safety task. Detection of possible problems, setting alarms, and sending notifications to the user, as well as setting up and executing corrective measures, are just some examples that can be coordinated in a safety task or group of tasks. Other tasks can also exist in a real-time system that can serve a specific purpose.


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