An Agile Process is an Integral Equation

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How does one define an Agile process.  I've heard that mathematics should be able to describe most anything; so here is my attempt at describing an Agile process.




An integral equation.  The integral from sprint 1 to sprint N of teamwork multipled by the sum of test-driven development to the power of continuous integration plus pair programming plus the summation of refactoring.

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