This challenge is intended to demonstrate different decision modeling approaches using the same well-known business use case. The Loan Origination problem described in in the Section 11 of the DMN specification is probably the most discussed use case. However, the specification itself uses this case only to demonstrate possible implementations of DRDs, BKM, decision tables, and other DMN features but not the best decision modeling practice.
This challenge is not a competition of tools. Today there are many tools that claim their support of the DMN standard. Submitters may use these or any other tool to demonstrate how to create loan origination decision models which they consider to be the best from business (!) decision modeling, execution, and further maintenance perspectives. Everybody may submit already published decision models or new implementations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All solutions should be submitted during June-2017 to be available from this website by July 2, 2017, 10 days before the start of the DecisionCAMP.
To name the best solutions we plan to do the following:
- Have an open discussion that compares different implementations at the LinkedIn DMN Discussion Group
- Vote for the best 3 solutions of the Loan Origination decision model during the DecisionCAMP in London.
Are the results of the voting in DecisionCAMP somewhere readable online? Can you post a link to the Linkedin discussion?
As you may read at the DecisionCAMP welcome message (see https://dmcommunity.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/decisioncamp2017welcome.pdf) we received 4 solutions for the challenge including yours (thank you). At the same time several potential submitters requested to give them more time. So, we decided to postpone the vote for at least one month. We plan to announce it at the end of August. Meanwhile, people may start posting their comment right here.