How to begin?
Representing algorithms can be quite challenging. Expressing the complexity of the relations between each moment of decision, evaluation and even reflection is not always linear. That is why we have created UpHill Notation.
To start representing an algorithm, it is important to know the initial moment. Does the patient have a confirmed diagnosis? Or does he arrive with a suspicion? What are the inclusion and exclusion criteria? Defining this initial moment is crucial for a correct representation of the algorithm.
What should I do next?
After understanding the context of the algorithm to be represented, each moment must be sequentially framed. The purpose is to be able to express the relationship between actions, be it temporal or causal.
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