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    Difference between a system and a process

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    I am having difficulty with the difference between a system and a process. Can anyone use an example of how they are different? Does the process define how the work gets done and a system defined as the environment in which the process works in?

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    A system is a collection of several processes. A process is the procedure or functional steps of transforming the fed inputs into tangible and desirable outputs. Several processes that take in varied and often interlinked inputs can produce several outputs, and this forms a system. For example, in assembly line for manufacturing metal pieces for a car component, the ordering ...

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