Category Archives: Case Studies

Challenge June-2017: Loan Origination Example – DMN Section 11

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 … Continue reading

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Pokemon Go and the Traveling Salesman Problem

These days you may have heard stories of people hunting down Pokémon on their office desks, in hospital rooms, and even in bathrooms. Read about the brilliant mechanics of Pokémon Go. Do you want to catch them all? As quickly as … Continue reading

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The first solutions for “UServ Product Derby”

Maarten Schadd from has submitted the very first solution for the  January-2015 challenge “Vehicle Insurance – UServ Product Derby”. The second solution was submitted by Mike Parish from Corticon. More solutions are on the way.

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UServ Product Derby is Getting Second Life as a DM Challenge

10+ years ago BR vendors had a chance to demonstrate their product capabilities at Business Rules Forums (now BBC) using the same highly popular use case known as “UServ Product Derby”.  We decided to revive the derby as a DM Challenge for … Continue reading

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Four Case Studies

In his recent post Jim Sinur provides highly summarized case studies where applying operational decision management has led to significant benefits for organizations. Two of the examples are in the financial sector and the remaining summaries are in the gaming and transportation … Continue reading

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A new Case Study “Diabetic Patient Monitoring”

We have added a new case study “Diabetic Patient Monitoring” submitted by Mike Parish from Progress Software.

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