An Artifact that is produced by Manufacture.
||computer network||The network includes the network operating system in the client and server machines, the cables connecting them and all supporting hardware in between such as bridges, routers and switches.|
| ||computer resource||One element of hardware, software or data that is part of a larger system. For example, network resources are the available servers and printers in the network. Software resources can be programs, utilities or even smaller elements within a program. Data resources are the files and databases that can be accessed.|
| ||hardware system||The class of hardware systems is the connection of three types of physical modules: instances of ComputerProcessor(s), ComputerMemory, and ComputerNetwork. ComputerProcessors execute instructions from ComputerPrograms, which usually include instructions to read and write data from memory, and send data via instances of ComputerNetworks.|
| ||realtime system||An computer-controlled system, the correct operation of which depends on meeting specified timing constraints.|
| ||server||A computer in a network shared by multiple users. The term may refer to both the hardware and software or just the software that performs the service.|