I have just put the last comma in a new piece of research that will be out this quarter, entitled: Taking the Mystery Out of Business Rule Representation. As a hint at what we researched, I am including one of the main graphics: a chart that shows the various rule representation approaches plotted against two axes:
- Complexity – How hard is it to use one of these techniques? How much work do I have to do to make it work for me?
- Linguistic Power – What do I get in return for my hard work? How close can I come to representing the real language dynamics that real speakers use when talking about business rules?
The research analyzes each alternative approach and advises on how users and rule developers can optimize the complexity-versus-linguistic-power dichotomy. Watch for the research, and if you have any comments, fire away.
Business Rule Representation: A Tradeoff of Complexity and Linguistic Power
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