Organic Mode

Organic Mode

(programming)
A term used by COCOMO to describe a project that is developed in a familiar, stable environment.

The product is similar to previously developed products. Most people connected with the project have extensive experience in working with related systems and have a thorough understanding of the project. The project contains a minimum of innovative data processing architectures or algorithms. The product requires little innovation and is relatively small, rarely greater than 50,000 DSIs.
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After registering peak double-digit growth in 2011, luxury goods slowed down in consecutive years as pent-up demand from the recession began to fade and the market began to revert to a more organic mode of growth by 2013.
Contrarily, and as an antidote to the rigidities of The Geometric, Meat-ineffable is that steady inclination of the brain to mimeticize its intrinsically variable shapes as visible manifestations resistant to either name or category but true (in its variability, to begin with) to the very organic mode (as distinct from process) of its own existence.
Located mostly around Ponda, these farms use organic modes of cultivation and grow vanilla, pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, chillies, nutmeg, turmeric, areca nut, betel, ginger, cashew, coconuts, fruits and medicinal plants.