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Extracellular Software Development Ecosystem with Organic Supervenience for Methodology Neutrality and Process Continuity

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Abstract: Methodological reductionism is a popular scientific idea in basic sciences, however similar approaches for understanding software development models are scarce. Software conventions are fairly complex engagements as they tend to be composed of complex components that are engineered based on a resulting construct that is, if large enough, a collective of individual components put together for functional determination of a single or various workflows and or automated processes. A comparison of this is made with biological multi-cellular phenomena. With this as the core emphasis, the motive of this paper is to establish ontological supervenience in software development, an idea derived from related biological phenomena, based on human elements and the resulting underlining discernible physical correlates that may possess intrication with derivations based on plausible reductions made possible due to collaboration emerging from group think and their resulting output. Based on these ideas, an Extracellular Software Development Ecosystem (ESDE) is postulated to encompass modernity, reductionist expansionism, rapidity, methodology management orientation neutrality and, most importantly, retention and reuse of code as a necessitated outcome rather than an extraneous approach typically found in general Systems Development Lifecycle driven methodologies.

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