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Business Logic Engineering I

Basic Modelling

Control complexity by modelling valuable business logic (rules and data) in goal-oriented understandable knowledge models using advanced instruments and following new principles and techniques.

  • Intended audience: Business domain experts & professional business logic modellers.
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Costs: €2800,- (per person, excl. VAT)
  • Minimum participation: 10

Preparation

  1. Reading business case interviews
  2. Tutorial Match™ Developer

Day 1

  1. Presentation: The economic value of knowledge
  2. Demonstration Match™: Order processing example
  3. Presentation: Match™ technology suite & Knowledge tables basics.
  4. Assignment: Modelling in layers (topic: Mortgage application)

Day 2

  1. Presentation: Perspectives on knowledge (prototypical, probabilistic, functional)
  2. Presentation: Functional perspective in Match™ Developer
  3. Assignment: Modelling calculations (topic: vacation days work instruction, single table)
  4. Assignment: Restructuring models (topic: vacation days work instruction)

Day 3

  1. Assignment: Modelling repeating logic (topic: Household income)
  2. Presentation: Knowledge sessions.
  3. Assignment: Knowledge session training.

Day 4

  1. Presentation: Examples of business logic applications.
  2. Assignment: Deploying a knowledge model as an application (topic: vacation days work instruction)
  3. Assignment: Modelling multivalued variables (topic: Training of skills)
  4. Exam
  5. Training closing
  6. Drinks

Business Logic Engineering II

Best practices

Control complexity by applying modelling best practices to structure valuable business logic (rules and data).

  • Intended audience: Business domain experts & professional business logic modellers.
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Costs: €2800,- (per person, excl. VAT)
  • Minimum participation: 10

Preparation

  1. Assignment: Basic modelling refresher (topic: Weather prediction).
  2. Assignment: Basic modelling refresher (Integrity check exercise).
  3. Collect issues in knowledge model developed in project.

Day 1

  1. Presentation: Best practices for knowledge models
  2. Assignment: Modelling more complex logic (topic: Pension age)
  3. Assignment: Choosing an appropriate model structure (topic: ADSL case)

Day 2

  1. Assignment: Modelling mathematics (topic: Faculty and combinations)
  2. Assignment: Modelling ambiguous knowledge (topic: Asylum procedure).

Day 3

  1. Presentation: Best practices for knowledge sessions
  2. Assignment: Practice knowledge sessions.

Day 4

  1. Assignment: Modelling complex logic (topic: Income test for social housing)
  2. Assignment: Correcting issues in your own model.
  3. Training closing & drinks

Business Logic Engineering III

Advanced modelling

Control complexity by modelling valuable business logic (rules and data) based on advanced principles.

  • Intended audience: Business domain experts & professional business logic modellers.
  • Duration: 3 days
  • Costs: €2100,- (per person, excl. VAT)
  • Minimum participation: 10

Day 1

  1. Presentation: Knowledge structuring using frames
  2. Assignment: Data modelling (topic: Order processing).
  3. Assignment: Modelling constraints on data (topic: Order processing).

Day 2

  1. Presentation: Frame instances, retrieval and loops.
  2. Assignment: Modelling data (topic: Order processing).

Day 3

  1. Presentation: Best practices for frames and instances.
  2. Assignment: Improving an existing model with frames.

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