Monthly Archives: October 2020

Decision Table Simplification

In response to our Sep-2020 Challenge, Dr. Bob Moore submitted a very interesting analysis of decision table compression/simplification approaches: “Understand what a decision table is for, before thinking about compressing it! There is a trade-off between compression and maintainability. We … Continue reading

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Gartner Market Guide for Process Mining

The 2020 Gartner Market Guide for Process Mining was published on Sep 30: “Recent trends in automation and knowledge of the underlying processes/interactions are key to digital transformation. Process mining helps enterprise architecture and technology innovation leaders understand operations and … Continue reading

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AI and “X”

Walid Saba started an interesting discussion at LinkedIn: It is amazing how the commercialism and the misguided hype have invented AI topics that have nothing to do with AI, only because AI is now a hot commodity. So now you … Continue reading

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The Decision-Making Side of Machine Learning

Michael I. Jordan is a professor at Berkeley and one of the most influential people in machine learning, statistics, and artificial intelligence. Watch his recent presentation: “Much of the recent focus in machine learning has been on the pattern-recognition side … Continue reading

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