Flow Charts LO30299

From: e2jasonsmith@canada.com
Date: 06/23/03

Replying to LO30268 --

On Mon, 16 Jun 2003 07:16:20 -0400, Fred Nickols wrote:

> >Alan Cotterell writes in LO30064:
> > > I suggest 'if you can't flow chart it', it's impossible to do.
> Can you develop a flow chart of riding a bicycle or
> catching a fly ball?

Excellent point, Fred. Not all processes lend themselves naturally to
flowcharts. Processes that tend to be more continuous aren't as readily
treated with flowcharts. Of course, we might use one for a "start-up"
process like "Start Power Generator." We might also use one to document
all the event-responses when monitoring a continuous process.




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