Present the findings
The strength of structured modelling is
that a problem can be described in many different ways. It is important to
communicate any detailed analysis to as wide an audience as possible.
The example in Figure 4 may contain
terminology that may be inappropriate, or not relevant for some reviewers.
It is however a simple matter to turn this into a model that matches the
needs expectations of the reviewer. This is shown in the following
Figure 5: Example of how a detailed process can be presented
What is important to appreciate that it is
the same information displayed simply in a different way. Many
different presentation styles are also possible to suit the audience.
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