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3rd International Rules Challenge
co-located with the Business Rules Forum
November 5-7 2009, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Second Call for Submissions to the 2009 Rules Challenge
The Rules Challenge is one of the highlights at RuleML-2009. Submissions
are bound to come to the attention of a wide audience, for reasons
outlined below. The goal of the Rules Challenge is to encourage any
work of practical relevance in the field of Rule Based Applications,
spanning the range from research to industry.
* What to submit
Submission topics may come from a wide range of the field, such as
(but not limited to) the following:
- best practice solutions, e.g., design patterns and architecture models;
- case studies and experience reports describing novel or interesting
solutions and use cases;
- benchmarks and other evaluations of rule-based systems;
- tools for manipulating rules and related data in existing or
emerging standards (e.g., RuleML, RIF, SBVR, PRR,...) or commercial
rule-based system implementations;
- engineering methods for development and deployment of rule-based
Authors are invited to submit original contributions of practical
relevance and technical rigor in the field.
A submission should consist of a paper (typically of 4-8 pages) describing
any theoretical foundation, implementation issues, technical details and
collected results of your work. If applicable, a demonstration program
illustrating your development would be highly valued.
* Publication and Review
Peer-reviewed papers, which must be in English, will be published
in additional special Challenge proceedings, to be published (as
CEUR proceedings www.CEUR-WS.org), along with the online publication
of your demo in the highly visible growing Rules Challenge pool
(http://ruleml-challenge.cs.nccu.edu.tw). 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. A selection of revised papers from the Challenge will
be resubmitted to a special issue of a journal.
* Where to submit
The RuleML-2009 Challenge papers submission website:
Please upload all submissions as PDF files in LNCS format
The RuleML-2009 Demonstration systems submission website:
Alternatively, your demo could be provided online, as a Web service,
or for downloading from a site of your choice. Links to product demos
should be password-protected: please submit a password for anonymous
login from any Web browser, giving us the permission to pass the
password on up to 5 PC members.
* Why you should participate
RuleML-2009, the 3rd International Symposium on Rules, Applications and
Interoperability in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, is one of the most attractive
international conferences, now being in the top 100 venues for scientific
impact factor in CiteseerX. Being this year collocated with the 12th
Business Rules Forum, the world's largest Business Rules event, it is
guaranteed to bring your contribution to the attention of the widest-ever
The participants of the Challenge will have the opportunity to be part
of the latest trends in rule technology and standards development
through high-density interaction with the experts in this field.
Last, but not least - there are prestigious prizes to be won!
* Important Dates
September 4th – submission deadline for demo papers and systems
September 15th – notification of accepted demo papers and systems
October 22th - submission deadline for demo systems without papers
October 29th - notification of accepted demo systems without papers
MAKE RULEML-2009 YOUR SHOWCASE!
* 2009 Rules Challenge Program Committee
See Challenge website http://2009.ruleml.org/challenge.
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).
W3C, OMG, ACM, AAAI, ECCAI, IAAIL, ACM, Belgian Business Rules Forum MIT
Sloan CIO Symposium, EPTS, BPM Forum Belgium
NICTA (National ICT Australia) Ltd
Corporate Semantic Web
Logic Programming Associated Ltd
(Sponsoring opportunities: http://2009.ruleml.org/sponsors)
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