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Introduction PEGA Decisioning, NBA & Prediction Studio.a
- Overview of NBA – Next Best Action
- Real-Life NBA Usage
- Decisioning Studios – CDH & Prediction Studio
- PEGA’s DMSample Application
- Creating our new Decisioning Application
- NBA Class Structures & Data Types.
- Walkthrough of ADM Service Infrastructure
- Configuring the DDS Node in the Cluster
- Overview of Proposition Management
- Adding a new Business Issue
- Adding a new Business Group.
- Adding a new Property.
- Uploading Propositions from CSV.
Proposition Data & Decision Data
- Versioned Proposition Data
- Unversioned Proposition Data
- Getting started with Decision Data
- Copy Proposition Groups.
Working with Data Sets
- About Data Sets
- Types of Data Sets
- Copy Proposition Groups.
Configuring the Data Flows
- About Data Flows
- Types of Data Flows – Internal & External
- Configuring the Incoming Data
- Applying Data Flow Actions – Compose, Convert, Merge
- Applying Data Flow Actions – Strategy, Data Transforms,
- Filters & Abstracts
- External Data Flows
Using the Event Strategy
- About Event Strategy
- Differences between Strategy & Event Strategy
- Event Strategy Actions – Filter, Lookup, Split
- Event Strategy Actions – Split & Join, Window, Aggregate
Using the Strategy
- About Strategy
- Strategy Shapes – Sub Strategy, Prediction, Import
- Strategy Shapes – Business Rules, Decision Analytics
- Strategy Shapes – Enrichment, Arbitration
- Strategy Shapes – Selection, Aggregation
Modeling Decisions â€“ Adaptive Models
- About Adaptive Models
- Adaptive Models – Predictors
- Adaptive Models – Context
- Adaptive Models – Outcomes
- Adaptive Models – Monitoring
- Interaction History & Table
- Customer Responses
- Configuring Self-Learning Models
Modeling Decisions â€“ Predictive Models
- About Predictive Model
- PMML Schema and Modelling
- Predictive Models – Monitor
- Predictive Models – Model
- Predictive Models – Input Mapping
- Predictive Models – Parameters
Modeling Decisions â€“ Text Analytics
- About Text Analyser
- Text Analytics & Extraction
- Analyzing a Text File
Using the Prediction Studio
- Analyzing Adaptive Model Performance
- Analyzing Predictive Model Performance
- Analyzing Text Extraction Performance
- Propensity Score Calculation.
Treatments and Actions
- Defining and Managing Customer Actions
- About Treatments & Types
- Presenting Offers via Treatments.
- Outbound & Multi-Level Campaigns
Engagement & Contact Policy
- Creating an Engagement Strategy
- Creating a Contact Policy
- Understanding Volume Constraints
- Understanding Proposition Eligibility Rules
- Simulations & Segmentations
- Types of Artifacts and Containers
- Using the Real-time Container
- Action Arbitration and Intelligence