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A Bad-Ass Villain for your Game & Oracle RTD

How bad-ass is the villain in your game’s ‘Boss Level’? How intelligent is it? How ruthless and strategic is it? Does it change according to the way you play it or is there a routine to destroy it? 735 more words

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DMN 1.1 Issues: Aggregation

DMN defines “aggregation” in the following way:

“Multiple hits must be aggregated into a single result. DMN 1.0 specifies six aggregation indicators, namely: collect, sum, min, max, average…

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DMN 1.1 Issues: Multi-Hit Decision Tables

In an ideal world we would limit ourselves to Single-Hit decision tables that cover all possible combinations of the involved decision variables. However, DMN rightfully introduced so called “multiple hit” (or “multi-hit”) decision tables to stay closer to the decision modeling reality. 844 more words

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Enhanced Live Catalogs at DMCommunity.org

A few years ago, I wrote a web application that allowed professional communities to support Live Catalogs of different software tools. The “live” means that a product catalog is automatically updated whenever the profiles of products included into the catalog are added or updated by their authors. 322 more words

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Decision Model “Vehicle Insurance – UServ Product Derby”

As a response to the DMCommunity.org challenge, I will describe an OpenRules-based implementation of the highly popular use case known as “UServ Product Derby”. The use case deals with automobile insurance problems including eligibility and pricing decisions for a hypothetical insurance company “UServ”. 1,495 more words

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The Art of Decision Making and Oracle RTD - Logical, Intuitive and “Purely Chaotic”

How often do we make decisions? Almost all the time in our daily lives. From our choice of coffee, the font we choose for our reports, the restaurant we eat from, etc. 689 more words

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Would you leave the Decision Making to the “Machines”?

Well I guess I already have your attention by that catchy headline. Thank you for that. Now let’s start analyzing the headline.

Let us start and take an example of a batch of sales representatives for your products. 736 more words

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