Monthly Archives: February 2018

Trisotech New Release

Trisotech announced a new release of its Digital Enterprise Suite. “This new release focus on the ease of creation of DMN decision logic by contextualizing the choices offered and removing invalid choices. We have also greatly improved the refactoring of Decision … Continue reading

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Red Hat Decision Manager 7

Red Hat announced an availability of Decision Manager 7, a decision management platform that simplifies the development and deployment of rules-based applications and services. “Feature highlights include support for the direct execution of models expressed in Decision Model and Notation … Continue reading

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Calls for Speakers at DecisionCAMP-2018 and BBC-2018

Are you interested in stepping into the spotlight at two major events devoted to Decision Management? Their calls for speakers are now open: DecisionCAMP, Luxembourg, Sep. 17-19, 2018: this is the major annual technical event oriented to DM experts and … Continue reading

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Questioning “Best Practices”

Scott Ambler, one of the initiators of the agile approach to software development, wrote an article that questions the term “Best Practice”: A very popular term within the IT community is “best practice”. It’s a wonderful marketing term, how could … Continue reading

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Interview with Rich Sutton, the Father of Reinforcement Learning

In December-2017 KDnuggets published an interview with Rich Sutton, the father of Reinforcement Learning. “Reinforcement learning is learning from rewards, by trial and error, during normal interaction with the world. This makes it very much like natural learning processes and … Continue reading

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DMN FEEL Infographics

Trisotech kindly provides DMN FEEL info-graphics in a very compact  format with simple examples: 1) Basic types, operators, statements 2) Built-in functions

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The Walls Have Ears

Here is a quote from a Gizmodo’s article “The House That Spied on Me“: “In December, I converted my one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco into a “smart home.” I connected as many of my appliances and belongings as I could … Continue reading

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