Category Archives: Decision Models

Challenge Sep-2017 “Classify Department Employees”

Our Challenge Sep-2017 asks you to help a human resource office to create a decision model that for each department calculates minimal, maximal, and average salaries along with a number of high-paid employees using rules like “Salary > 85000”. Use any Business … Continue reading

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Submit Solutions to Challenge “DMN Chapter 11 Example” by 08/31/2017

So far, we received 4 solutions for the June-2017 Challenge.  During DecisionCAMP-2017 a lot of people expressed their eagerness to see the voting results. Based on requests from practitioners, we decided to give people more time to prepare and submit … Continue reading

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Blockchain Reference Architecture and Decision Models

Blockchain technology has the potential to have a major impact on how institutions process transactions and conduct business. Blockchain technology provides a secure transaction ledger database through a decentralized network. It has the potential to reduce operational costs and friction, create … Continue reading

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DMN Interchange in Action

The DMN Standard is already supported by different vendors and it means that real (not theoretical) interchangeability of the same DMN-based business decision models became a reality – see examples at this article. If you attend the RuleML+RR+DecisionCAMP conference in London … Continue reading

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Challenge March-2017: Online Dating Services

Dear Business Rules Vendors and Consultants! Consider the following situation. You have been approached by an online dating service that wants to use a rules engine to improve its process for matching people. A brief explanation of “business logic” behind … Continue reading

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Challenge Feb-2017: Determine Booking Fraud

Our February’s Challenge deals with a relatively simple decision model that should determine potential fraud during an online product booking process. It’s based on an automatically calculated Fraud Rating Score. Read more here and submit your solution.

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DMN Technology Compatibility Kit (TCK)

Any technical standard needs a Technology Compatibility Kit (TCK) similar to those used by JCP (Java Community Process). “At the 2016 bpmNEXT conference we decided to form a TCK for DMN. The goal is simple: DMN offers to be a … Continue reading

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