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Chapter 5 Note 7 (page 46): The book states that alternative norm generation methods are out of scope, but in Chapter 2 (page 9) the book notes that the methods by which both the proposition and norm are generated are irrelevant to proposition evaluation. Chapter 5 Note 7 should state that the analysis of decision basis evaluation employing alternative norm structures is out of scope. For example, a decision basis norm reflecting a state of certainty would be such an alternative norm structure. There are a two ways that such a norm could be generated:

  1. The DM acquires implementation experience for all of its alternatives, rather than for just the alternative chosen.
  2. For the alternatives not chosen, the norm uses the corresponding subclaims from the decision basis.