- A crossroads in a workflow system, where some parameter, either automatic or manual, has to take place before the document or object can move to the next task.
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decision point — The point in space and time where the commander or staff anticipates making a decision concerning a specific friendly course of action. A decision point is usually associated with a specific target area of interest, and is located in time and… … Military dictionary
decision point — The latest point at which, as a result of power unit failure, the pilot is assumed to decide to discontinue a takeoff. The decision point is for the determination of takeoff performance. The difference between the power unit failure point and the … Aviation dictionary
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landing decision point — The point used in determining landing performance from which, a power unit failure occurring at this point, the landing may be safely continued or balked landing initiated (ICAO). LDP apples to performance class I helicopters only … Aviation dictionary
takeoff decision point — The point used in determining take off performance from which, a power unit failure occurring at this point, either a rejected take off may be made or take off safely continued (ICAO). TDP applies to performance class 1 helicopters … Aviation dictionary
decision support template — A graphic record of wargaming. The decision support template depicts decision points, timelines associated with movement of forces and the flow of the operation, and other key items of information required to execute a specific friendly course of … Military dictionary
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Decision theory — in economics, psychology, philosophy, mathematics, and statistics is concerned with identifying the values, uncertainties and other issues relevant in a given decision, its rationality, and the resulting optimal decision. It is closely related to … Wikipedia
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