Analysis of survival data with cross-effects of survival by Bagdonavicius V.

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So I’ll say this again – keep documentation, and if you have to take a decision that the client will not like, you’ll have the documentation as backup for your decision. The best way to avoid conflict – and, as clients change their minds, “scope creep” will occur – is to make sure that you get your client’s approval at regular stages throughout the design process. Minimum Information Requirements Regardless of whether you are a one-person team or a cog in a fifty-person design force, there is a set of basic information that the design team needs to gather during the early stages if they are to continue the design process.

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