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The Quiet Battle for Decision Tables

Decision logic can take many forms: constraint rules, if-then rules, decision trees, decision tables, and more.  Over the years, decision management vendors have gradually allowed decision tables to nudge the other forms aside, for a number of reasons.  Decision tables are easy for business people to understand.  Their logic is declarative, meaning there is no prescribed order of evaluation.  They can be analyzed, either by visual inspection or software, for completeness and consistency, meaning every combination of input values generates a consistent outcome regardless of the order of evaluation.  Moreover, normalization principles analogous to those of the relational model in database design can be applied to decision tables, eliminating unnecessary rules or unnecessary inputs in selected rules.

These benefits, however, come at a price.  They impose constraints on what can be put in a decision table cell.  In the case of DMN, these constraints are called unary tests.  They do not allow condition […]

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