IBM Industry Models and ILOG business rules management systems, Part 1, Define business rules using IBM Industry Models

Analysis and design of business rules

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Brian Byrne and Greg Imirzian

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: September 18, 2008

This is the first of two articles in a series that identifies the nature of business rules and the relationship of these rules to IBM® Industry Models. In particular, this article references the deployment stages of the IBM Industry Models during which rules analysis and design should be considered, and how rules can be identified and managed. The second article in this series discusses taking these analysis and design structures into the ILOG rule management environment to develop completed rulesets.

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