Monthly Archives: January 2012

In memory of Eliyahu Goldratt

Today searching web for goal programming sources I suddenly learned that last year Eliyahu Goldratt died. He was 64. I remember how impressed I was with his books “The Goal” and “Theory of Constraints” that helped me with an implementation of a … Continue reading

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Different Decision Tables for a Very Simple Use Case

The responses to the RFP of OMG  DMN (Decision Model and Notation) standard are scheduled to arrive in May of 2012. Trying to keep this process as close as possible to the everyday decision management reality, I posted several use cases at … Continue reading

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