This reference surveys the current state of rule languages and engines, standards, methodologies, tools for modeling, designing and implementation rules, rule interoperability and interchange, and rule-based applications.
What does RuleApp stand for?
RuleApp stands for Rule-based Applications
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ILOG's ABRD reportedly reduces the risk associated with new business rules initiatives by providing a documented and structured approach for developing rule-based applications.
Industry First Open Source Methodology for Business Rules ILOG's ABRD mitigates the risk associated with new business rules initiatives by providing a well-documented and structured approach for developing rule-based applications.
The BIZRULES RULE-PAK, with pre-loaded, domain-specific, customizable rule bases and rule-based applications, works with the Haley business rules suite to jump-start development of customer relationship management, business process management, supply chain management, and knowledge management applications.
Windows users can minimize BeyondMail and do other work while it polls mail and runs rule-based applications in the backround.
GDA lets our non-programmers build graphical, rule-based applications without relying on the Systems Group.
DEC OPS5, an expert system development environment for constructing rule-based applications, available in May.