Re: depicting inter-dependent entities1
What's the best way to depict the interactions among six or eight different things?
For example, say I have some devices that connect to each other (some locally, and some over the internet), and some-or-all might be involved in a given customer scenario, and there are several timeout values involved. I can spew out a whole bunch of words to the effect that this timeout (defaulting to this duration) must be longer than that one, but the combination of the two must be shorter than this other one, which you would lengthen in this situation, but shorten in that situation, and meanwhile there's this other timeout that comes into play in these specific situations and supersedes the first one... except for... aaargh!
John J. McDermott, CPLP
Learning and Performance Consultant
jjm at jkintl.com
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