Category Archives: Decision Modeling

Decision Scientist vs Data Scientist

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DecisionCAMP Session “DMN 1.4 and Beyond” on January 26, 2022

Date: Wed, January 26, 2022 at 12:00pm EST Title: “DMN 1.4 and Beyond” Presenter: Denis Gagne, Trisotech.  Abstract: In this session Denis will present a summary of the work done by the DMN 1.4 Revision Task Force (RTF) and open discussion on what … Continue reading

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DecisionCAMP Session “Learning Executable Constraint Models” on Dec 15, 2021

The next DecisionCAMP session will be held on Wed, December 15, 2021 at 12:00 PM EST (New York Time). Title: “Learning Executable Constraint Models from Positive and Negative Examples” Presenter: Helmut Simonis, Insight Research Centre for Data Analytics in Ireland. … Continue reading

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Christmas Challenge 2021

2022 is around the corner, and Santa again creates a plan for his elves to determine how reindeer will pull his sleigh. Our Challenge Dec-2021 is based on Santa’s plan described by Mike Shenk: Twas the night before Christmas, and at … Continue reading

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Management Decision Market – Global Forecast to 2026

MarketsAndMarkets just published report “Management Decision Market by Software, Service, Deployment Type, Function, Organization Size, Industry, and Region – Global Forecast to 2026“. The report forecasts the global Management Decision market growing from USD 4.8 Billion in 2021 to USD … Continue reading

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Open Source: 1995 expectations and 2021 reality

Benedict Evans wrote on Nov 16: “When I arrived at university in 1995, all the CS students were running Linux, and they were all convinced that Linux would crush Microsoft, open source would destroy proprietary software, no-one would ever run … Continue reading

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AI-driven search engine You.com takes on Google

You.com, which bills itself as the world’s first open search engine, announced its public beta launch along with $20 million in funding. “The first page of Google can only be modified by paying for advertisements, which is both annoying to … Continue reading

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Stop Confusing Correlation with Causation

Harvard Business Review under the section “Organizational Decision Making” published the article “Leaders: Stop Confusing Correlation with Causation“. It explains how we could eliminate many problems and tons of noise just by recognizing that correlation is not causation. Link

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Operational Decision Managers in CI/CD World

Modern enterprises quickly evolved from monolithic to microservices architectures and CI/CD pipelines become the common practice. Correspondingly different Decisioning Platforms made necessary adjustments to support CI/CD security, continuous integration and delivery/deployment requirements. Here are recent publications devoted to different decision … Continue reading

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What will solve supply chain shortage and save Christmas?

Pierre Haren wrote at LinkedIn: “For once, today, I will not have an answer but a question. It is about the worldwide supply chain, and the question was asked by David Simchi-Levi, MIT professor on a recent phone call: can … Continue reading

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