Category Archives: Decision Modeling

Introducing DMN to Business Analysts in 15 Minutes

Last year BBC-2017 organizers gave me 20 minutes to introduce DMN to business analysts at the “Technology Theater” – an open space in the Expo hall. Based on the positive feedback from people who attended my presentation, I decided to … Continue reading

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Decision Model for Sales Order Promotions

DMCommunity.org Jan-2018 Challenge is looking for a decision model that can define promotions for different sales orders. It provides a simple example of promotion: reduce the total cost of the order by $3.50 if it contains at least 5 items … Continue reading

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OpenRules Solution for the Christmas Challenge

DMCommunity.org offered a new Dec-2017 Challenge called “Reindeer Ordering“. It has a nice Christmas formulation: Santa always leaves plans for his elves to determine the order in which the reindeer will pull his sleigh. This year, for the European leg of … Continue reading

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Decision Modeling: LEGO Style

Recently I helped one of our larger customers to build a set of their business decision models. At the end I said that now they can continue to assemble new decision models themselves. Then one of their business analysts said … Continue reading

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