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Business rules and business intelligence

Saw David Loshin's article on Refining Simple Business Rules on B-Eye network today. He gives a nice summary of the kinds of rules that can be used in a business intelligence context. While the rules David discusses are not the only kind of rule, they are very useful if one is starting from a data perspective.

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