Business Rules are formal statements about the data and processes of an enterprise. In an enterprise, business rules are used to represent certain aspects of a business domain (static rules) or business policy (dynamic rules). Hence, regarding problem domains in the organization, business rules are classified into two groups: static and dynamic business rules. The paper introduces a new concept of business rules, Extended Dynamic Business Rule which contains the results of the occurrence of business rule's action. In this paper, we focus on such business rules and use Mineau’s approach for modeling them. Mineau’s approach is an extension of Conceptual Graph theory by John Sowa.
Karami, Nasser and Iijima, Junichi, "A Dynamic Knowledge Approach for Dynamic Business Rules Modeling" (2006). PACIS 2006 Proceedings. Paper 96.