Monthly Archives: November 2019

Mini-DecisionCAMP at BBC-2019

Building Business Capability 2019  is the largest annual BR&DM event oriented to business analysts. It will start next week in the Diplomat Beach Resort Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, November 11-15. As a member of DMCommunity you may receive 15% discount … Continue reading

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Why archaic and cumbersome RFP no longer makes sense

Forrester’s Elaine Hutton just published an article “RIP, RFP — This Is Not Your 1990s Vendor Selection Process” that explains why the RFP (request for proposal) does not satisfy modern digital business needs of innovation and agility and is close … Continue reading

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Sketch-Based Image Synthesis

Recently, there has been an increase in popularity of artwork generated by computers. The goal of sketch-based image synthesis is to generate some image given the constraint of a sketched object. This allows non-artist users to turn simple black and … Continue reading

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Continuous Delivery for Machine Learning

ThoughtWorks put out an article about Continuous Delivery for Machine Learning: “Machine Learning applications are becoming popular in our industry, however the process for developing, deploying, and continuously improving them is more complex compared to more traditional software, such as … Continue reading

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DMN Can Execute Machine Learning Models

Bruce Silver: “The ability to execute machine learning models is a standard feature of DMN.  From the start, the DMN spec said that in addition to the normal value expressions modeled in FEEL, decisions can execute machine learning models packaged … Continue reading

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