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Subject: LegalRuleML Tutorial Announced at the ICAIL2011 Conference


[The following announcement is being sent on behalf of the organizers of LegalRuleML. OASIS is a co-sponsor of this tutorial.]

 

LegalRuleML

Friday, June 10, 2011

 

http://decibel.cirsfid.unibo.it/icail2011-workshop/?page_id=19


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Half-day Tutorial in conjunction with ICAIL2011 Conference

University of Pittsburgh School of Law

3900 Forbes Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA, USA

 

Scientific Committee:

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Harold Boley (UNB and NRC, Canada)

Monica Palmirani (CIRSFID -University of Bologna)

Antonino Rotolo (CIRSFID -University of Bologna)

Adrian Paschke (AG-CSW, Freie Universitšt Berlin)

Guido Governatori (NICTA, Australia)

 

Objective:

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This tutorial will present the principles of the RuleML family of Web rule languages applied to the legal domain and discuss why, how, and when RuleML is well-suited for modeling norms. To provide a framework of reference, we will present a comprehensive list of requirements for devising rule interchange languages that capture the peculiarities of legal rule modeling in support of legal reasoning.

 

Accordingly, LegalRuleML will be introduced on the basis of Naf Hornlog, First/Higher Order Logic, and Modal RuleML, extended by Temporal and Behavioral elements aligned with Complex Event Processing and Reaction RuleML. The tutorial will comprise syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic foundations, a LegalRuleML primer, a comparison with related OASIS efforts and other approaches, as well as use case examples involving conference policies and patent law.

 

Target audience:

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Technical and legal professionals involved in norms representation; logicians, Semantic Web and eGov/eBiz experts interested in legal knowledge modeling; industry and public administrators who aim to manage legal resources or legal knowledge.

 

 



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