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Corticon Studio: Rule Modeling Guide : Rule writing techniques and logical equivalents
 

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Rule writing techniques and logical equivalents

The Corticon Studio Rulesheet is a very flexible device for writing and organizing rules.  It is often possible to express the same business rule multiple ways in a Rulesheet, with all forms producing the same logical results.  Some common examples, as well as their advantages and disadvantages, are discussed in this chapter.
In this section: 
* Working with rules and filters in natural language
* Filters vs. conditions
* Qualifying rules with ranges and lists
* Creating rules by importing an Excel worksheet
* Using standard boolean constructions
* Finding references to an entity, attribute, or association in a project
* Embedding attributes in posted rule statements
* Including apostrophes in strings
* Test yourself questions: Rule writing techniques and logical equivalents