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|Term= Backward Chaining, backward chaining
|Definition= Backward chaining allows for a computation to advance even when the value of an input or parameter property is not available. This capability is provided by the Rule-Declare-Expressions rule type and the Property-Seek-Value method working together, and can be seen in standard flow actions including VerifyProperty and VerifyPropertyWithListing.
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|Definition= A feature that allows for a computation to advance even when the value of an input or parameter property is not available. This capability is provided by the Rule-Declare-Expressions rule type and the Property-Seek-Value method working together, and can be seen in standard flow actions including VerifyProperty and VerifyPropertyWithListing.
 
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Revision as of 12:55, 3 December 2020



Backward Chaining, backward chaining
A feature that allows for a computation to advance even when the value of an input or parameter property is not available. This capability is provided by the Rule-Declare-Expressions rule type and the Property-Seek-Value method working together, and can be seen in standard flow actions including VerifyProperty and VerifyPropertyWithListing.