What are the deep business semantics of decision rules, decision models, and decision tables? What do they represent from the business (not software) perspective? How can you communicate about them in precise, formal matter? This comprehensive SBVR vocabulary provides in-depth specification in the form of a concept model — a structured business vocabulary — covering all the component concepts. Yes, there is far more going on semantically in decisions than you might have imagined! For one thing, the core is about business questions and business answers. You also need restrictions (rules) for decision tables. Extensive examples help you navigate these and other ideas. A heads-up: This vocabulary is what engineers (not practitioners) need to implement semantically robust tools.
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