Tag Archives: modeling

Update on DMN TCK

Last year we started the Decision Model & Notation Technical Compatibility Kit (DMN-TCK) working group.  A lot has happened since the last time I wrote about this, so let me give you an update. Advertisements

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DMN at bpmNEXT 2016

bpmNEXT is 2 and half days of intense examination and evaluation of the leading trends in the business process community, and Decision Modeling Notation was clearly highlighted this year.

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On A Role, Sticky or Otherwise

We talk about something called a “Role”.  We all know what it means — or do we?  There are a number of meanings to this term, and there is a kind of sleight-of-hand which is used to sometimes trick the … Continue reading

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No Model is a Good Model

During the presentations at the Workshop on Adaptive Case Management (ACM) on Monday, there was a growing question about the models: Not just how models should be constructed, but whether we should be using models at all. These ended up … Continue reading

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AdaptiveCM 2015 Workshop Summary

So much planning, so much anticipation, and now the 4th International Workshop on Adaptive Case Management and other non-workflow approaches to BPM is over after one marvelous day.  We had reserved some time at the end for a round table … Continue reading

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