Let me add that you can also use a custom AgendaEventListener to keep track
of all the rules that were executed.
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On Fri, Oct 4, 2013 at 10:20 AM, rjr201 <rich.j.riley(a)gmail.com> wrote:
This is a statement about the nature of rules engines in general.
engines are made up of human readable rules, as opposed to say a neural
network where the knowledge isn't explicitly represented (it's a big black
box of maths). A rules engine is symbolic, a neural network sub-symbolic. A
neural network can give you an answer, but not a justification of why.
People like rules engines because (when done properly) they can see why it
has given the answer it has given.
To answer your question, to get a explanation of what the rules engine did,
you could insert a logging object as a global into your rules session and
then add a log statement in the conclusion of each rule.
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