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Comment on More on Sub-DRDs by jamet123

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

Why would you show it as a single diagram? What possible value would that add and what in the spec makes you think you need to do this? You could draw multiple diagrams now and have different subsets of the nodes on each one. By only drawing the one complicated diagram you overstate your case as you well know. The spec allows you to draw multiple diagrams, each showing a different perspective. A high level diagram can be combined with multiple more detailed ones. And furthermore can be done more flexibly as I can build them specifically for different audiences, showing one audience a different mix of detail than another.
The only thing you want that is not in the current spec is the ability to show indirect information requirements – showing that a decision ultimately depends on a piece of data that it does not directly depend on. Why not just ask for that? I am not sure its that useful and it is potentially confusing but it would be a lot easier to add to the notation.

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