Structured Spatial Decision Process

A structured spatial decision process is characterized by an ordered sequence of typical phases (see the diagram below). Each phase includes an ordered sequence of typical steps. Some steps may be performed in parallel. At any phase (or step), the process may loop back to a previous phase (or step). img style=\ height: 100%; width: 100%;\ src=\ images/StructuredSDProcess.JPG\ alt=\ Structured spatial decision process workflow\ /

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