Category: Jargon

Oracle Policy Automation Quiz Question Two – AND

Oracle Policy Automation Quiz Question Two - AND Many of you probably saw this one coming after the first Quiz Question. Well, here it is. I am sharing with you all another question I often ask during the...Continue Reading

OPA – Entities Adventures #9 Testing using What If

What If? Back in the Workshop now with all our different chapters, things are getting more and more complex. But one feature of the Policy Modelling user interface that we do not cover in the standard training course...Continue Reading

OPA – Quiz Question #1 OR

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] A Quiz Question for you Stepping away from our series on Entities this week, I am sharing with you all a question I often ask during the Oracle Policy Automation training to my students. I ask it...Continue Reading

OPA 10 – Jargon Buster – Modules

OPA 10 – Jargon Buster – Modules

Modules in Policy Automation Considering that most projects involve teams of people, it is not surprising that Policy Automation has a team-related feature called Modules. More specifically it has a feature called Module Building and another called Module Linking....Continue Reading

OPA – Jargon Buster – Determinations 2

OPA – Jargon Buster – Determinations 2

More about Determinations As we saw in the previous post, Determination is the name and the science behind the deduction of a response to our Rulebase in Policy Automation. But it is easy to forget there are many different...Continue Reading

OPA 10 – Jargon Busting – Temporal Reasoning

OPA 10 – Jargon Busting – Temporal Reasoning

Temporal Reasoning Temporal Reasoning in Policy Modelling is the capacity to deal with Change Points and data that varies over time. For those of you who are familiar with the Siebel CRM, a similar concept was introduced to...Continue Reading

Policy Automation 10 – Jargon Busting – Natural Language

Policy Automation 10 – Jargon Busting – Natural Language

A serious problem in the design of business rules of any kind, or the interpretation of existing legislation or jurisdiction is that most computer programs do not allow us to construct rules in a way that reflects Natural...Continue Reading

OPA 10 – Jargon Busting – Forward & Backward Chaining

OPA 10 – Jargon Busting – Forward & Backward Chaining

Forward and Backward Chaining are important concepts to help understand the reality behind the Policy Automation engine. Forward chaining is known as data driven inferencing, since we begin with the data we have and attempt to reason our way...Continue Reading

OPA 10 – Jargon Busting – Inference

OPA 10 – Jargon Busting – Inference

Our journey through the jargon and concepts of Policy Automation begins here. The word inference (as in "inference engine" and "natural language inference") crops up rather a lot in the introduction and description of Policy Automation. Note :...Continue Reading

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