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The `Task` class represents a element of work to be performed on behalf of
an application, and is part of a workload managed by Troy.

Task instances are created and owned by the :class:`Workload` class they are
part of -- only that class should change its composition and state.  Tasks
are created according to a :class:`TaskDescription`, i.e. a set of key-value
pairs describing the represented workload element.

As tasks are components of a :class:`Workload`, they are subject to the
transformations the workload undergoes (see :class:`Workload` documentation(more...)

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/troy/__init__.py   troy(Download)
from workload   import ComputeUnit
from workload   import TaskDescription
from workload   import Task
from workload   import RelationDescription
from workload   import Relation