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Classification Decisions: What Business Users Like

Every discussion of DMN these days seems to begin with some declaration of what “business users don’t like.”  They don’t like FEEL.  They don’t like boxed expressions.  They don’t like BKMs.  They don’t like contexts.  They don’t like names with underscores, or, heaven forbid, camel case!  They don’t like parentheses to define a numeric interval excluding the endpoints.  They don’t like hipsters, Obamacare, or Hillary’s email server.

What they do like about DMN, by universal agreement, is its use in classification decisions.  And it’s easy to see why.  DMN classification decisions are easy to understand, widely applicable, and quite powerful with the right methodology.

Let’s say your decision model determines approval or rejection of a loan application.  That’s a binary outcome, Approved or Declined.  Now think about the factors that go into that decision.  Those would include information about the borrower, such as age, marital status, income, debt obligations, credit score, and […]

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