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Use this page to describe what will happen when product or organism reaches the end of its life cycle. In technology this generally refers to obsolescence the stage at which product is no longer practical to use because newer products are more efficient. Introduce this document here. Describe why it is important to discuss the end of life in your proposal. Indications of Approaching End of Life Describe the characteristics that indicate the end of life for an organism or obsolescence for product. For example for dying plant you might describe yellowing leaves; for computer program you might describe growing lack of portability to new hardware. Expected Events Describe the events that an observer is likely to witness at the end of the life cycle. For example for human you might describe the cessation of breathing and the stopping of the heart; for printer you might describe how certain parts will wear out and cease to function and replacement parts will no longer be available.
After the End Describe what will happen after the life cycle ends. For living organism this might be describing decay process recommending preservation technique or recommending disposal or funeral service. For piece of equipment you may want to discuss recycling or how to dispose of machinery and supplies. For software you might want to discuss what needs to be done to remove code from hardware and efficiently move to the next generation of software. If needed add summary statement here. Web site domain URL