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Meetup about "Rules on the Web" at RuleML-2010, Washington DC, USA

From: Adrian P.
Sent on: Sunday, August 22, 2010 1:52 PM

Want to learn more about rule technologies, applications and standards?
Want to discuss latest research results and developments?
Want to get in touch with the industry and research experts in rule-based
systems and technologies?


Dear Meetup Members,

We would like to invite you to the Meetup "Where Web Rule Research meets
Industry" which will take place at

RuleML-2010 - 4th International Rule Challenge 
October 21, 2010, 
Washington, DC, USA

In recent years rule based technologies have experienced remarkable
interest, namely in two areas: business rules processing, and rule-based
reasoning in the context of the modern (Semantic) Web 3.0. 2010 sees a major
step forward for rules in enterprise service networks and on the Web. The
W3C Rule Interchange Format (RIF) Working Group has published several public
specifications of the new W3C RIF standard. The OMG has continued the
specification for Production Rules Representation (PRR), which is being
aligned with W3C's RIF in PRR 1.1, and has published the first revision of
Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Business Rules (SBVR). RuleML has
published drafts on Reaction RuleML for rule-based Complex Event Processing
(CEP) as a step towards a standardized event processing language for rules.
People around the world are working on implementations of these
specifications. In parallel, business rules are already playing an important
role in Web Services and Business Process Management.

How will new standards and current practice align?

If you are interested in rules on the Web, come to this joint free Meetup
event of RuleML-2010 and the Washington DC Semantic Web Meetup Group on
October 21st. 


RuleML is an open international network of individuals and groups from both
industry and academia, working on rule technologies and standards for the
Web. The RuleML Symposium is the premier research conference addressing
topics around rule technologies, methods, standards/languages,­ and


If you would like to attend the full RuleML 2010 - The 4th International Web
Rule Symposium - you, as a Meetup member, can take advantage of a 15%
discount if you use our special registration code "SemWeb".

RuleML 2010 will have a small exhibition and demonstration area on the
afternoon of Thursday October 21. From 3:00 pm onwards, Meetup members are
welcome to visit it, and meet some RuleML people before the evening meetup.
Or they might consider registering and meeting RuleML people for the whole
three days.

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