3.9. Review: Refining an Event-Response

The Event-Response Model

The event-response model collects all of the processes that make up the system’s reaction to an event. Once these processes are together, it is easier to determine which of them play a role in the essential policy of the system, and which are there only because of arbitrary implementation choices of the past.

The event-response model that you have built in Chapter 1.9 Modeling an Event-Response is a collection of processes in the current system that reacted to the event. Now that you have brought the processes together, you can eliminate anything that does ...

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