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Decision Tree

In a number of decision situations, the decision is between a fixed number of choices, each of which has a known cost and is followed by predictable events.

In these cases, the Decision Tree may be used to quantitatively evaluate each decision.

Furthermore, these may be chained into whole trees of decision and consequent events. 

 

See also:

Prioritization Matrix

Toolbook chapter: Decision Tree

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