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Re: Fwd: CfP RuleML 5th International Symposium on Linked Rules Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 3-5 November 2011

From: John Hall <john.hall@modelsystems.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 27 May 2011 13:43:41 +0100
Message-ID: <4DDF9C7D.3040009@modelsystems.co.uk>
To: www-rdf-rules@w3.org
Sorry - it was not made clear in the CfP that you do not have to submit 
an abstract in advance in order to submit a paper.

If you want to submit a paper, see 'Submission Guidelines' below and 
submit by June 12. That deadline is fairly inflexible so that we can 
meet Springer's schedule for publishing the proceedings in LNCS.

Regards,

John


On 27/05/2011 10:53, John Hall wrote:
> CALL FOR PAPERS
>
>                                RuleML2011@BRF
> 5th International Symposium on Linked Rules: Research-Based,
> Industry-Focused
>
>              Westin Diplomat, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 3-5 November 2011
>                              http://2011.ruleml.org/america
>
>
> About RuleML 2011@BRF
> ---------------------
> In 2011, the RuleML Symposium will be held in two parts. The first will
> be held in conjunction with IJCAI 2011 in Barcelona, Spain, in July.
> The second will be co-located with the Business Rule Forum to be held in
> early November in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA and will include the
> RuleML Challenge Award which, this year, is dedicated to Rules and
> Ontologies.
>
>
> Objectives
> ----------
> RuleML-2011@BRF is a research-based, industry-focused symposium: its
> main goal is to build a bridge between academia and industry in the
> field of rules and semantic technology, and so to stimulate the
> cooperation and interoperability between business and research, by
> bringing together rule system providers, participants in rule
> standardization efforts, open source communities, practitioners, and
> researchers. The concept of the symposium has also advanced continuously
> in the face of extremely rapid progress in practical rule and event
> processing technologies. As a result, RuleML-2011 will feature hands-on
> demonstrations and challenges alongside a wide range of thematic tracks.
> It will thus be an exciting venue to exchange new ideas and share
> experiences on all issues related to the engineering, management,
> integration, interoperation, and interchange of rules in distributed
> enterprise intranets and open environments alike.
>
>
> Topics
> ------
> As in the previous years, the Symposium will be organized in tracks;
> specifically, the RuleML-2011@BRF focus will be on the following areas:
>
> *** Rules, Semantic Technology, and Cross-Industry Standards
> *** Rules and Automated Reasoning
> *** Rule-Based Distributed/Multi-Agent Systems
> *** Rule Transformation and Extraction
> *** Vocabularies, Ontologies, and Business rules
> *** NIEM and Rules
> *** Cloud Computing and Rules
> *** Fuzzy Rules and Uncertainty
> *** Rules and Norms
> *** Rule-Based Policies, Reputation and Trust
> *** Rule-based Event Processing and Reaction Rules
> *** General Topics
> Submissions on general rule topics are welcome, such as:
>   - Progress in rule language specification (in XML Schema, Relax NG, 
> etc.)
>   - Implemented tools for rule bases (e.g. XML and RDF rule validators)
>   - Rule interchange and reasoning
>   - Execution models, rule engines, and development environments
>   - Graphical processing, modeling and rendering of rules
>   - Rules and NLP
>   - Rule-based applications
>   - Usability and effectiveness of rule-based systems and languages
> Case studies, experience reports, and industrial problem statements are
> particularly encouraged.
>
> RuleML-2011 Challenge
> ---------------------
> The RuleML-2011 Challenge is one of the highlights of RuleML-2011.
> Prizes will be awarded to the two best applications, one for the focus
> theme and one for the other categories.
> This year, the Challenge will be focused on the theme:
>
> *** Combining Rules, Objects, and Ontologies: Implementations and
> Applications ***
>
> The call for demos is available on: 
> http://2011.ruleml.org/america/challenge
>
> Submission Guidelines
> ---------------------
> Authors are invited to submit original contributions of practical
> relevance and technical rigor in the field, experience reports and show
> case/use case demonstrations of effective, practical, deployable
> rule-based technologies or applications in distributed environments.
> Papers must be in English and may be submitted at
>
>             https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ruleml2011brf
>
> Please upload all submissions as PDF files in LNCS format
> (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html).
> The selected papers will be published in book form in the Springer
> Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.
> The selected demo papers will be published in CEUR proceedings.
>
> Important Dates
> ---------------
> Abstract submission: May 22, 2011 (11:59PM, UTC-12)
> Paper submission: June 12, 2011 (11:59PM, UTC-12)
> Notification to authors: July 11, 2011
> Camera-ready copy due: July 29, 2011
> RuleML-2010 Challenge Demos submission: Sept. 2, 2011
> RuleML-2011 dates: Nov 3-5, 2011
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