Towards Inconsistency Measurement in Business Rule Bases

11/19/2019
by   Carl Corea, et al.
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We investigate the application of inconsistency measures to the problem of analysing business rule bases. Due to some intricacies of the domain of business rule bases, a straightforward application is not feasible. We therefore develop some new rationality postulates for this setting as well as adapt and modify existing inconsistency measures. We further adapt the notion of inconsistency values (or culpability measures) for this setting and give a comprehensive feasibility study.

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