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decision table

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(Computer Science) a table within a computer program that specifies the actions to be taken when certain conditions arise
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Noun1.decision table - a table of all contingencies and the actions to be taken for each
multidimensional language - a programming language whose expressions are assembled in more than one dimension
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Feature highlights include support for the direct execution of models expressed in Decision Model and Notation (DMN); redesigned decision tables and a new decision table editor; and an improved data modeller.
Data have the form of a decision table in which the columns represent causal variables (logical variables) may take the value 0 or 1and the rows represent cases [21] In Table 5 the composition decision table below between logo design structure (logo mark, logo entirety, and logotype) and main logo three images (Traditional-Consistent, Familiar-Favorable, and Innovative-Creative) is shown in Table 5: 1) Target set U, 2) Attribute Set Condition C, and 3) Attribute Set Decision D.
Under the premise of retaining the key categories of knowledge, it can reduce attributes, simplify decision table and find minimum expression of classification knowledge by identifying and evaluating dependency relations, so as to overcome the shortcomings of traditional methods, such as strong subjectivity, poor testability and so on(Hu et al.
2) The scale of the decision table is still too large, as the rules derived directly are not universal.
The values associated with the alternatives for MADM problems presented in the decision table 1.
Fujitsu focused on the correlation between the size of a decision table and the complexity of the business logic, and defined three indices that determine the size of the decision table: the number of elements related to a condition, the number of branching points, and the number of elements related to calculations.
This rallying cry against the "let's do as we always did" approach has helped the digital professionals take their seat at the decision table in many institutions.
The decision maker's preferences split the decision table into subsets of equally preferred options, called classes, so that options belonging to the same class are considered indistinguishable.
On the basis of a compensatory decision model, his decision table encourages clients to explicate and summarize the information they have gathered about each alternative, evaluate the overall utility of each alternative, and select the one with the highest expected utility.
Decision table typically constructs rules involving different combinations of attributes, which are selected using an attribute selection search method.
2) The obtained alternative combinations are entered into the decision table (Table 1) the data of which will be used for further calculations;

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