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A Corticon Rule Model that Implements Very Simple RETE-like Rule Processing

The attached document shows how a RETE algorithm can be modeled in Corticon. It also helps to explain...
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Ambiguity in Rule Modeling and How to Resolve it - Some Worked Examples

Some discussion and examples of ambiguity in rules and how to resolve it. We'll examine this rule...
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August 2015 Rule Modeling Challenge: How to Find "Duplicate" Records

The Problem Let’s assume that you have a sales order like the one below: Create a decision...
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Complex TANF Rule Modeling Case Study

The Business Use Case The objective is to evaluate a household consisting of a number of members (parents...
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Conditions As Processing Thresholds (CAPT) - Techniques for early termination of rule processing

Conditions as Processing Threshold The default behavior for a rule sheet is to try all of the rules...
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Connecting to SQL Server through EDC

As part of the Progress Pacific platform, Corticon makes it easy to connect to relational databases to...
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Content Management Rule Modeling Case Study

XXXX is a content repository for sales collateral which we make visible in a lot of our applications...
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Corticon Logging

Corticon 5.5 provides faster, more flexible logging functionality for production Servers and Studio tests...
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Corticon Nested Ruleflows

In this video, we demonstrate how to reduce the complexity of large Ruleflows by nesting Ruleflows. A...
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Corticon Rule Modeling Challenge - Einstein's Problem

There are 5 houses sitting next to each other, each with a different color, occupied by 5 people, each...
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Corticon Rule Modeling Challenge - Professor Smart's Safe

Professor Smart’s Safe Professor Smart has locked his lunch in his safe and forgotten the nine...
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Corticon Rule Modeling Challenge Xmas 2014 Santa's Reindeer

Santa always leaves plans for his elves to determine the order in which the reindeer will pull his sleigh...
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Corticon Rule Modeling Methodology - Case Study - Medical Heart Diagnostics

Every cell in the body produces cholesterol. Additional cholesterol, received through the diet, is absorbed...
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Corticon Rule tracing through Ruleflows

Corticon rule executions are often defined to produce rule messages. After the rules and ruleflows run...
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Corticon Ruleflow Branching

In this video, we demonstrate how to reduce the complexity of large Ruleflows by using Ruleflow branching...
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