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Talk by Adrian Paschke: Reaction RuleML - Standardize Semantic Reaction Rules

From: Michael G.
Sent on: Wednesday, July 24, 2013 11:00 AM
Professor Dr. Adrian Paschke from the Freie Universitaet Berlin will be 
giving the
following seminar tomorrow.


Title: Reaction RuleML - Standardize Semantic Reaction Rules

Date: Thursday July 25
Time: 11:00 am
Location:
Bahen Centre for Information Technology (University of Toronto)
40 St. George Street (closest intersection - College Street and St. 
George Street)
Room BA8256


Reaction RuleML - Standardize Semantic Reaction Rules

Abstract:

RuleML is a family of XML languages whose modular system of schemas 
permits high-precision (Web) rule interchange. The family's top-level 
distinction is deliberation rules vs. reaction rules. In this talk I 
will address the Reaction RuleML subfamily of RuleML. Reaction RuleML is 
a standardized rule markup/serialization­ language and semantic 
interchange format for reaction rules and rule-based event processing. 
Reaction rules include distributed Complex Event Processing (CEP), 
Knowledge Representation (KR) calculi, as well as Event-Condition-Acti­on 
(ECA) rules, Production (CA) rules, and Trigger (EA) rules. Reaction 
RuleML 1.0 incorporates this reactive spectrum of rules into RuleML 
employing a system of step-wise extensions of the Deliberation RuleML 
1.0 foundation.

About the Speaker:

Professor Dr. Adrian Paschke is head of the Corporate Semantic Web chair 
(AG-CSW) at the institute of computer science at the Freie Universitaet 
Berlin (FUB) in Germany. He is director of RuleML Inc., vice director of 
the Semantics Technologies Institute Berlin (STI Berlin) and the Berlin 
Semantic Web Meetup Group. He is active in standardization as 
steering-committee chair of the RuleML Web Rule Standardization 
Initiative, co-chair of the Reaction RuleML technical group, founding 
member of the Event Processing Technology Society (EPTS) and chair of 
the EPTS Reference Architecture working group, secretary of the OASIS 
LegalRuleML TC, voting member of OMG and active in the OMG API4KB 
standardization, member of several W3C groups such as the W3C Rule 
Interchange Format working group, where he is editor of several W3C 
Semantic Web standards, and member of OASIS, where he is a contributor 
to the new LegalRuleML TC.

He currently coordinates and leads several nationally and 
internationally funded research projects such as the BMBF InnoProfile 
project Corporate Semantic Web (CSW), the Transatlantic BPM Education 
Network (BPM EduNet), and the BMBF Unternehmen Region project Corporate 
Smart Content (CSC). He also is project leader of several successful 
open-source projects such as the Prova, Rule Responder, RBSLA, Reaction 
RuleML. Adrian was involved in multiple industrial and open-source 
software development and business engineering projects and has helped to 
spin-off two successful, awarded companies at Freie Universität Berlin, 
namely Chariteam UG and Klickfilm UG.

He recently was  general chair of the 6th ACM International Conference 
on Distributed Event-Based Systems (DEBS 2012) and the 7th International 
Web Rule Symposium (RuleML 2013).


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