Proceeding with the challenges proposed in Decision Management Community to all who use Decision Management technologies, we are going to use Progress Corticon Studio in the search for a solution of Challenge Oct-2014. Decision Model: Borrowing PASS/FAIL Decision with Mitigation Criteria. Rule # 1: New Borrowings cannot exceed 30% of Total Assets. Mitigation Criteria: If the executive committee flag is…
After discover this funny problem in this post we’ve solved it by creating a Decision Service under IBM ODM 8.6 technology. Although it’s clear that it’s not a realistic stuff (we all know that werewolves don’t live int graveyards) is a good example that shows how to define the calculation of a risk. This is…
So, what are the important concepts here? We will finish this introduction to CEP with a summary of the most important ideas with which complex event processing deals. Immutability of events. In CEP all the events that are used as a starting point are immutable.
In the first part of this article “Introduction to Complex Event Processing I” we saw some of the most important principles of CEP. This section will provide a detailed analysis of the core concepts upon which complex event processing is based.
This blog entry belongs to a series of articles on the Introduction to Complex Event Processing that will be posted shortly. Many computer systems are built on an order-control-reply pattern: a method calls another method and gives it an order to carry out an action or recover some type of information.
Just two months ago I began my internship in the HR Department at Decide. Here I have been able to appreciate the corporate culture, which I define as young, flexible and committed, and that is what my post is about.
After reading Puget’s post, I decided to write this one, where I will try to explain the difference between Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics and, within the latter, the difference between a System based on Business Rules and one based on Optimisation.