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Sajid Ali Khan

Sajid Ali Khan has 121 articles published.

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Programming with Python

Motivation In order to do proper hands-on with a new language, it’s important to understand each part of it by applying live examples. Hence its syntax fully clear. Let’s start by playing with functions; Functions Simply create an add_numbers a function that takes two numbers and adds them together; add_numbers updated to take an optional…

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Hands-On with Supervised & Unsupervised Learning | Machine Learning

Motivation In Machine Learning, all types including supervised, unsupervised and reinforcement learning have their own way of implementation. Let’s do hands-on with them; Supervised Learning It’s the “Task Driven” (Predict next value). Here, we teach the model! then with that knowledge, it can predict unknown or future instances. Let’s implement the simple code in the jupeter…

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Creating & Implementing Playback 1 Assets | Hands-On with IBM BPM 8.6

Motivation As in Playback 1, we use the Inspector to validate paths in the process that flow from the decision gateways. We validate the process as it is defined in Playback Zero and demonstrate changes to the business stakeholders, users, and development. We uncover errors in the process flow or in the logic that is used to…

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Create a Toolkit | Hands-On with IBM BPM 8.6

Motivation A toolkit is a collection of assets that are shared between process apps or other toolkits during development. Attentive application of toolkits is an efficient method for managing the reusability and compartmentalization of project assets. As we have a good understanding of IBM BPM, BPD and model the gateway and intermediate events from here. We’re…

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Playback | Hands-On with IBM BPM 8.6

Motivation In order to make a process application iteratively and examined at a designated development phase to establish process goals, achieve consensus, collaboratively improve the process model, and, ultimately, approve the process model by the business stakeholders, users, and development, we do the playback. Playback This is an act of demonstrating or running a process. A development…

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Model the Gateways and Intermediate Events in a BPD | Hands-On with IBM BPM 8.6

Motivation In order to manage the flows and events in the business process definition, we can easily model by integrating with the BPD in the IBM Business Process Manager Process Designer. Now once we are ready with our Business Process Definition like here. We’re ready to model the Gateways and Intermediate Events in a BPD; Create Gateways in…

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