Category Archives: DMN

DMN 1.3 has been adopted by OMG

Today Falko Menge twitted that DMN 1.3 has been adopted by OMG. The public release will still take a while, but documents are already accessible for OMG members.

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Learn DMN in 15 minutes with Kogito

DMN is already simple and easy to understand at first glance. However, new adopters generally want to check a quick overview and learn about the most important parts, before jumping on a more in-depth journey. Drools team just announced the … Continue reading

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BPM+Health Workshop

BPM+ Health Workshop will be held on March 25 – 26, 2020 in Hyatt Regency, Reston, VA, USA. It will concentrate on best practices around modeling and sharing clinical pathways and guidelines applying BPMN, DMN, and CMMN. Among interesting presentations:

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Helping the Mortgage Industry Go Digital

At DecisionCAMP-2019 Brian Stucky presented “Beyond Decision Models – Using Technical and Business Standards to Transform Financial Services” describing the use of DMN by MISMO – the mortgage industry’s standards organization. The new article by Bruce Silver provides a very … Continue reading

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UK Student Loan Policy: Model – Execute – Visualize

Decision modeling is a powerful means of representing a business policy in a way which can readily understood by business subject matter experts and – once approved – be directly executed as part of automated decision making within a company. … Continue reading

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DMN 1.3 Approved

The new version 1.3 of the Decision Modeling and Notation (DMN) standard was approved by the OMG AB on Dec. 9, 2019. Apart from numerous corrections and clarifications, it gives us visual grouping, temporal reasoning, and better examples. It should … Continue reading

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DMN Can Execute Machine Learning Models

Bruce Silver: “The ability to execute machine learning models is a standard feature of DMN.  From the start, the DMN spec said that in addition to the normal value expressions modeled in FEEL, decisions can execute machine learning models packaged … Continue reading

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