Infrastructure for Complex Clinical Decision Support: Rule Engines
Rule-based software systems are a useful technology for addressing problems calling for a high degree of agility in terms of being able to respond to frequently changing external circumstances. They are an offshoot of 1960s “expert system” research – at one time, they were popular for implementing software that performed diagnoses, whether of human disease or automobile problems.
KeywordsDecision Table Rule Action Rule Engine Rule Content Lower Level Node
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