Category Archives: Standards

DM Standardization

“Why” of the BPMN+CMMN+DMN Triple Crown

Sandy Kemsley: “…agility often depends on the design decisions such as the split between process and decision logic – what do you model in as a decision, and what do you model as a process. Unsurprisingly, many DM practitioners don’t … 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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The Future of DMN: an interactive discussion at DecisionCAMP-2019

Gary Hallmark, the author of DMN FEEL and a co-chair of the DMN standard committee, will run an interactive discussion “DMN 2.0?” at DecisionCAMP in September.  “In DMN’s 8 year lifespan from RFP to version 1.3, many features, changes and … 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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A Practitioner’s Review of DMN 1.2

Jan Purchase, a well-known DM practitioner and co-author of “Real-World Decision Modeling with DMN“, reviewed new features of the upcoming DMN Release 1.2. Which features will be genuinely useful and which are still missing? Read Jan’s article.

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What’s New in DMN 1.2

On June 1 Denis Gagné shared a presentation that summaries  the recent work done by the DMN Revision Task Force and what is new in DMN 1.2. Link

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bpmNEXT Conference: Santa Barbara, Apr 17-19

bpmNEXT-2018 is not a typical conference pitching case studies to newbies. bpmNEXT is for those already neck-deep in this technology revolution and keen to know what’s coming next. Not just hear about it, but see it, touch it, and influence it. This year … Continue reading

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How GDPR Makes the Case for Decision Management

“The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will revolutionize the way in which most companies with partners or clients resident in the European Union source, verify, secure, use, retain and distribute their data. It gives new rights to EU citizens that … Continue reading

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MWD Advisors Report “Decision Management Drives Disruption”

Derek Miers from MWD Advisors just published a new report devoted to DMN. He writes: “With decision modelling, you now have way of visualising the future – using models to express strategies, goals, processes, policies, rules and constraints – and then driving … Continue reading

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