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BRM 2012 (Decision Tables)

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Presentation given by Michael Anstis at the 2012 RedHat BRM Event in London.

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BRM 2012 (Decision Tables)

  1. 1. Decision TablesMichael AnstisCore Developer, Red Hat8th March 2012
  2. 2. Agenda What are they? A little theory Guvnor Demo2
  3. 3. What are they? http://images.wellcome.ac.uk/indexplus/image/V0041734.html3
  4. 4. What are they? Simply a table "Decision tables are a precise yet compact way to model complicated logic." wikipedia Easily understood by humans Enable quick and easy analysis4
  5. 5. What are they? http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Formal_Place_Setting_12_Course_Dinner.jpg5
  6. 6. What are they? Sections Conditions Condition states stub Actions Action states stub Rule identifiers6
  7. 7. What are they? Layouts - horizontal7
  8. 8. What are they? Layouts - vertical8
  9. 9. A little theory Extended Entry9
  10. 10. A little theory Limited Entry10
  11. 11. A little theory http://www.flickr.com/photos/ctbto/4926598654/in/photostream/11
  12. 12. A little theory Expanded form Guarantee of completeness Rule for every combination of conditions The number of columns should equal the product of the number of states for every condition.12
  13. 13. A little theory http://www.flickr.com/photos/marcovdz/4520986339/in/photostream/13
  14. 14. A little theory Contracted form Contraction is the first optimization Stage 1 – impossible matches Stage 2 – merge condition states14
  15. 15. A little theory Contraction – impossible conditions15
  16. 16. A little theory Contraction – merge condition states16
  17. 17. A little theory http://www.flickr.com/photos/worldseriesboxing/6334574625/sizes/z/in/photostream/17
  18. 18. A little theory Multiple, all hits Given a 35 year old with 15 years service 1. Rule 1 matches, giving 22 days 2. Rule 5 matches, giving an additional 3 days 3. A total of 25 days is assigned Supported by default in Drools18
  19. 19. A little theory Multiple, first hit Given a 35 year old with 15 years service 1. Rule 4 matches, giving 25 days 2. Rule 6 would match but Rule 4 was the first hit Can be emulated with Drools using Control Facts19
  20. 20. A little theory Single hit Given a 35 year old with 15 years service 1. Rule 3 matches, giving 25 days 2. No other rules match20
  21. 21. A little theory http://www.flickr.com/photos/kmakice/4713798045/sizes/m/in/photostream/21
  22. 22. A little theory Validation and verification Completeness Redundancy Conflict Deficiency22
  23. 23. Guvnor23
  24. 24. Guvnor Flexible authoring environment Extend or Limited Entry Automatic expansion V&V Import from Excel24
  25. 25. And now for something completely different...25

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