Decision Trees

The illustration here shows a generic decision tree - rooted in the past, events and data come to a node at the present and then branch into a multitude of possibilities in the future. The decision tree can be used as a model simply to explain the complexity inherent in planning, prediction and strategic thought. It is also used (as in robustness analysis) to `map' future possibilities and alternatives.



  • JL Riggs, Production Systems, Wiley, 1987. p208.


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