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3rd International Rules Challenge - Call for Submissions

From: Yuh-Jong Hu <hu@cs.nccu.edu.tw>
Date: Sat, 18 Jul 2009 13:40:24 +0800
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To: xsl-editors@w3.org
Call for Submissions

          3rd International Rules Challenge

                           at

                       RuleML-2009
         co-located with the Business Rules Forum

          November 5-7 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

              http://2009.ruleml.org/challenge


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Open Call for Submissions to the 2009 Rules Challenge
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The Rules Challenge is one of the highlights at RuleML-2009 with prestigious
prizes. Submissions of benchmarks/evaluations, demos, case studies / use
cases, experience reports, best practice solutions (e.g. design patterns,
reference architectures, models), rule-based implementations/ tools/
applications, demonstrations engineering methods, implementations of rule
standards (e.g. RuleML, RIF, SBVR, PRR, rule-based Event Processing
languages, BPMN+rules, BPEL+rules, ...), rules + industrial standards (e.g.
XBRL, MISMO, Accord, ...), and industrial problem statements are
particularly  encouraged.

The participants of the Challenge have the opportunity to understand the
most current trend of rule technology and standard development through
highly interactive with the experts in this field.


Submission
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In addition to your demo/hands-on/report/.. it is possible to submit
Challenge demo papers describing research, implementation, and technical
details of your submission. The peer-reviewed and selected papers will be
published in additional special Challenge proceedings (CEURS proceedings are
requested) along with the online publication of your demo in the highly
visible growing Rules Challenge pool. A selection of revised papers from the
Challenge will be resubmitted to a special issue of a journal.

Authors are invited to submit original contributions of practical relevance
and technical rigor in the field, benchmarks, evaluations, 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.


Demo papers submission website: http://www.easychair.org
Demo systems submission website: http://ruleml-challenge.cs.nccu.edu.tw


Please upload all submissions as PDF files in LNCS format
(http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html). To ensure high quality,
submitted papers will be carefully peer-reviewed by 3 PC members based on
originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition.

Submissions to the Rules Challenge 2009 consist of a demo paper of 4-8
pages, describing the demo show case, and a link to more information about
the demo/show case, e.g. a project site, an online demonstration, a
presentation about the demonstration, or a download site for the
demonstration. In case of product demos, the link can be password-protected:
please submit a password for anonymous login from any Web browser, giving us
the permission to pass the password on to 3 PC members.


Important Date
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September 4th   - submission deadline for demo papers and demo systems
September 15th - notification of accepted demo papers and demo systems
October 29th  -  submission deadline for demo systems only

     ****    MAKE RULEML-2009 YOUR SHOWCASE!   ****


2009 Rules Challenge Program Committee
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see Challenge website http://2009.ruleml.org/challenge



About RuleML-2009
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This year, the 3rd International Symposium on Rules, Applications and
Interoperability (RuleML-2009) takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA,
collocated with the 12th Business Rules Forum, the world's largest Business
Rules event. RuleML-2009 is devoted to practical distributed rule
technologies and rule-based applications. The International Symposium on
Rules, Applications and Interoperability has evolved from an annual series
of international workshops since 2002, international conferences in 2005 and
2006, and international symposia since 2007, and is now in the top 100
venues for scientific impact factor in CiteseerX
(http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/stats/venues).

Supported by
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W3C, OMG, ACM, AAAI, ECCAI, IAAIL, ACM, Belgian Business Rules Forum MIT
Sloan CIO Symposium, EPTS, BPM Forum Belgium

Sponsored by
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Franz Inc
NICTA (National ICT Australia) Ltd
Corporate Semantic Web
Logic Programming Associated Ltd
ruleCore
JBoss
Modelsystems Ltd

(sponsoring opportunities: http://www.defeasible.org/ruleml2009/sponsors)
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