The Proceedings of the RuleML 2015 Challenge, the Special Track on Rule-based Recommender Systems for the Web of Data, the Special Industry Track and the RuleML 2015 Doctoral Consortium hosted by the 9th International Web Rule Symposium (RuleML 2015) Berlin, Germany, August 2-5, 2015 is published at the URL: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1417/
While the early registration deadline is now passed you can still register for a regular fee. Check your best option as you may also like to attend other collocated events. Looking forwards to see you in Berlin!
*proof of student status must be provided. Please send a copy of your student id to Ralph Schäfermeier <email@example.com> (firstname.lastname@example.org). ** RuleML 2015 partners can use their promotion code by clicking on "Enter Promitional Code" at the bottom of the registration form. *** Due to German tax regulations it was not possible for us to include the reception and dinner in the main conference package; a ticket for the dinner and the reception thus have to be booked separately in the CADE registration.
Freie Universitaet Berlin,
Aug 2, 2015 8:00 AM To
Aug 5, 2015 11:45 PM
Want to learn more about rule technologies, applications and standards?
Want to get in touch with researchers and experts in rule-based systems and technologies?
Want to see demos of state-of-the-art rule technologies and beyond?
Want to discuss with industries and academia on the future of rule technologies?
Want to discuss the latest industrial and research developments?
This annual International Web Rule Symposium RuleML 2015 brings together the best minds from around the world to discuss and exchange new scientific insights, standards, practical developments and experiences on issues pertinent to rule technologies in open distributed environments such as the Web.
RuleML 2015 Symposium will take place, August 2-5, 2015, in Berlin, Germany, co-located with the Conference on Automated Deduction (CADE), the Workshop on Formal Ontologies meet Industry (FOMI), the Conference on Web Reasoning and Rule Systems (RR) and the Reasoning Web Summer School (RW). Speakers, attendees and supporters of these aspects of Web rules and standards all look forward to sharing new ideas whilst learning from the broad network of world-class scientists and professionals.
Highlights of the RuleML-2015 program include:
Multiple tracks on Complex Event Processing, Legal Rules and Reasoning, Rule Learning, Existential Rules and Datalog +/- and an Industry Track - list of accepted papers
Keynotes and Invited Talks by Michael Genesereth on The Herbrand Manifesto - Thinking Inside the Box, Thom Fruehwirth on Constraint Handling Rules and Avigdor Gal on When Processes Rule Event Streams
Tutorial day with tutorials about OASIS LegalRuleML, TPTP, PSOA RuleML, Rulelog
Standards Face-to-Face Meetings, e.g. OMG API4KB, ISO Common Logic, OASIS LegalRuleML, RuleML 1.02, W3C Semantic Web Rules Community Group (pending) (including discussions about W3C RIF, W3C SWRL, ...)
We are also pleased to announce that our sponsor Logic Programming Associates have offered free licences for all their products for one year to all RuleML 2015 participants.
We are pleased to announce that our sponsor ShareLaTeX offered 100 free professional memberships for all registered RuleML 2015 participants. Please contact Paul Fodor (pfodor(@)cs.stonybrook.edu) for details.
Radisson Blu, Berlin,
Jun 18, 2015 9:00 AM To
Jun 18, 2015 5:00 PM
Are you in the business of business information systems?
Do you own business documents - business policies, contracts, interpretation of regulations (and consequent compliance action), product and service specifications? Do you define requirements for IT systems to support them?
Do you know that OMG has standards that can directly support you?
These standards help you remove ambiguity from your business documents where a misunderstood policy, contract or product specification can be a serious business risk. They help keep you in charge when you are developing information requirements -- from broad business policies to database queries.
Learn more about Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Business Rules (SBVR). Financial Industry Business Ontology (FIBO), Date and Time vocabulary (DTV), Business Motivation Model (BMM) and how these OMG standards will support your IT systems.
During this full-day event you will hear from experts in semantics and terminology; leaders in the fields of banking, compliance and risk; and the OMG members working to establish the standards that will anchor and support your business systems.
Kara Warburton, Language Drives Business
Kara Warburton, Consultant in Terminology Management, Termologic And International Chair of ISO Technical Committee 37