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Models to Code: With No Mysterious Gaps by Stephen Mellor, Andrew Mangogna, Leon Starr

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© Leon Starr, Andrew Mangogna and Stephen Mellor 2017

Leon Starr, Andrew Mangogna and Stephen Mellor, Models to Code, 10.1007/978-1-4842-2217-1_3

3. Making Translation Decisions

Leon Starr, Andrew Mangogna2 and Stephen Mellor1

(1)San Francisco, California, USA

(2)Nipomo, California, USA

In the previous chapter, you saw how vague statements can be transformed into a concrete and unambiguous specification of the problem logic realized as a set of executable models. The models contain problem-oriented concepts that you can discuss with your customers and users to make informed decisions about the relevant problem logic. Although completed models define exactly what the implementation should do, they do not say just how to do it.

Now we must decide how ...

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