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 Lists condition relevant to a decision Condition Stubs Action that results from a given set of conditions Action Stubs Specifies which actions are to be followed for a given set of conditions Rules -Structured English representation -Decision Tables -Decision Trees -State-transition diagrams -Sequence diagrams -Activity diagrams Deliverables and Outcomes of Logic Modeling Modified form of english used to specify the logic of information processes Uses a subset of english -action verbs, noun phrases, no adjectives or adverbs No specific standards Structured English A matrix representation of the logic of a decision Specifies the possible conditions and the resulting actions Best suited for complicated decision logic Decision Table Three parts of a decision table 1) Condition Stubs 2) Action Stubs 3) Rules 1) List all conditions 2) List all values of each condition 3) List all possible Actions 4) List all possible Rules (and combinations of rules) 5) Define the Action for each Rule 6) Simplify Table Checklist for making a decision table Graphical representation of a decision situation Decision situation points are connected together by arcs and terminate in ovals Two main components are: Decision points (nodes) and Actions (ovals) Decision Tree