Diez B. Roggisch
deets at nospam.web.de
Tue Feb 5 16:12:14 CET 2008
> I think the problem is actually less simple than that. Although they can
> enumerate many or all of the rows of the table I suspect that the business
> people don't always know why they choose particular outcomes; often
> they're not looking at most of the input choices at all they just
> concentrate on one or other. If they could formulate the rules properly
> they would, but somehow they can't.
> If I can obtain some simplified rules for the two or three outputs and
> present them to the business guys they may actually be able to confirm
> their own original choices/and or reject/confirm the rule.
Maybe creating descision trees from real-world data might also be a way to
infer the business-rules.
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