Category Archives: DMN

Decision Management: What It Is and Why You Need It

Today Roy Schulte from Gartner ran the webinar “Decision Management: What It Is and Why You Need It” describing the state of the art in decision management and offering guidance on how to get started. Here are a few slides:

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A DMN Whitepaper

Gil Ronen just authored a white a paper “From Business Rules to Decision Management using DMN” sponsored by Trisotech. Link

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DMN TCK is moving to DMN 1.2

The DMN TCK is looking for as many DMN vendors as possible to submit their execution results. If you have not done so yet, we invite you to come and participate into what is a true measure of DMN execution … Continue reading

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DMN 1.2 has been approved by the OMG Board

Alan Fish, a co-chair of OMG DMN Group, just posted on the LinkedIn: “#DMN 1.2 has now been approved by the OMG Board. Phew. Now on to 1.3…”

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How DMN could help to explain ML outcome

Dr Jan Purchase just published an article “Better AI Transparency Using Decision Modeling“, in which he describes several possible ways to provide reasonable explanations to the outcome of machine learning algorithms. Jan without hesitations describes practical limitations of the described approaches.  Jan … Continue reading

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Combining DMN and Blockchain

I consider combining DMN and blockchain as a very promising approach for a while. Early this year Edson Tirelli described how DMN decision services can be invoked from smart contracts. And today I read the first paper that addresses the execution of … Continue reading

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DMN for Clinical Decision Support

Can DMN be used for creating shareable knowledge artifacts for Clinical Decision Support (CDS)? This paper considers different options. “If so, then we can take advantage of many of the DMN tools to author knowledge artifacts and implement CDS services … Continue reading

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