Business Processes: Modeling, Simulation, ExecutionProf. Dr. Mathias Weske

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4.5 Semantics of Decision Tables

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The DMN defines decision tables as a standard way to represent decision logic. Usually, decision tables consist of a set of rules, specifying which inputs lead to which outputs. DMN decision tables add certain features to that, such as strategies, how to deal with situations in which multiple rules apply for a given set of input values.