"The set of paths a system is capable of taking" (K. KRIPPENDORFF, 1986, p.6)
According to this author: "A behavioral space represents, sometimes graphically, and/or abstractly,… just what a system can do, so that what it actually does can be seen as a special case determined by initial conditions, circumstances, purposes, etc" (Ibid).
Behavioral space is to processes what states space is to possible states of the system.
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