Decomposition

What is decomposition?
The process of breaking down a problem into smaller manageable parts is known as decomposition. Decomposition helps us solve complex problems and manage large projects.

This approach has many advantages. It makes the process a manageable and achievable one – large problems are daunting, but a set of smaller, related tasks are much easier to take on. It also means that the task can be tackled by a team working together, each bringing their own insights, experience and skills to the task.

The problem of making breakfast can be decomposed into a number of tasks:

Decomposition is particularly . . .

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