Monica Palmirani, University of Bologna, Italy
The LegalRuleML aims to produce a rule interchange language for the legal domain. This will enable modelling
and reasoning such that implementers can structure, evaluate, and compare legal
arguments constructed using the rule representation tools provided.
The LegalRuleML work will provide means for modelling norms, regulation, policy, guidelines, judgements, and contracts using a semantic approach. In particular, the LegalRuleML work will extend the existing RuleML, RIF and related Web rule work by improved modelling as well as representing and capturing the legal knowledge embedded in legal texts.
International Pragmatic Web Conference (ICPW 2012)
Adrian Paschke, Freie Univ. Berlin, Germany
Hans Weigand, Tilburg Univ., Netherlands
Pragmatic Web is a collection of practices and theories describing why
and how people use information with emphasis on about social interaction which creates
understanding or commitments.
Its mission is to provide information consumers with computational agents to transform existing information into relevant information of practical consequences.
Check the website regularly or search twitter with the hashtag #ruleml.