Constraint

Constraint

Constraint is the element factor or a subsystem that works as a bottleneck. It restricts an entity, project, or system (such as a manufacturing or decision making process) from achieving its potential (or higher level of output) with reference to its goal. Constraint may refer to:

  • Theory of Constraints, in business management
  • Loading gauge or structure gauge (constraints in engineering)
  • A constraint on constrained writing, in literature
    • For example, Oulipian constraints

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