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Pushing the rule engine to its limits with drools planner (parisjug 2010-11-09)

by Software developer at Red Hat on Nov 10, 2010

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  • ge0ffrey Geoffrey De Smet, Software developer at Red Hat There's a mistake on slide 33 about the chance that 2 patients are in the same bed. The number of solutions that 2 patients are not in the same bed is 310^2750 minus (instead of dividing) 2750*2749/2/20*(310^2749) (presuming 1 out of 20 patients share a night on average out of 84 nights). All in all, this probably means that about 90% of 310^2750 solutions are still on the table, so it's even worse than in suggested in the slide :) 3 years ago
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