Isle Resort has a pricing structure for vacationers in one of its three dwelling categories: the hotel, villas, and beach bungalows. The base price is for staying in the hotel. Beach bungalows have a 10 percent surcharge and renting a villa has a 15 percent surcharge. The final price includes a discount of 4 percent for returning customers. Further conditions apply to how close the resort is filled to capacity and whether the requested date is within one month from the current date. If the resort is 50 percent full, and the time is within one month, there is a 12 percent discount. If the resort is 70 percent full and the time is within one month, there is a 6 percent discount. If the resort is 85 percent full and it is within one month, there is a 4 percent discount.
A. Create a decision table for the Isle Resort pricing structure. Use multiple decision tables, in order to do this, develop a common discount decision table first, which will be accessed from another decision table, which contains the percent surcharge based on dwelling type
B. Simplify the decision table you created by combining similar rules.
The question belongs to Computer Science and it discusses about creating a decision table for a resort’s pricing structure using multiple decision tables and simplifying the decision table.
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