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pdf P15: Directly Applied ORM Constraints for Validating and Verifying Semantic Decision Tables

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Posted By: Ken Evans Views: 191
Date Added: 10-26-2011


Abstract:
A semantic decision table (SDT) is a decision table properly annotated with domain ontologies. In this paper, we focus on validation and verification issues (V&V) for SDT. We use Semantic Decision Rule Language (SDRule-L), which is an extension to the Object-Role Modeling language (ORM/ORM2) for modeling SDT commitments. With these commitments, business rule modelers can discover invalid decision rules. In this paper, we focus on how to use six SDRule-L constraints, which are directly brought from ORM/ORM2. Our approach focuses on detecting invalid rules within one table.

 

Presented by:

Yan Tang, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)

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