A call for papers — with submission deadline of 20 April 2011 — has been issued for Computational Law Workshop: A Bridge Towards the Business Rules, to be held 6 June 2011, at The University of Pittsburgh, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. The workshop is being held in conjunction with ICAIL 2011: The 13th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law.
Papers for the workshop are invited on the following topics:
- Contract and Regulations as a basis for coordination of cross-organisational interactions
- System theoretic point of view Formalisms for expressing contracts and Regulations
- Contract description languages for Contract negotiation and validation
- Standards for capturing rules in contracts and regulations (e.g. RIF, Legal RuleML, LKIF, SBVR, etc):
- Run-time contract monitoring and enforcement Standardisation
- Systems Contract management requirements for specific contracts,
- Standards/initiatives (e.g. Web Services, BPEL4WS, WS-CDL, tc)
- Links between contracts, regulations, business processes and business services
- Practical experience with contract and regulations management systems Role
For more information, please see the call for papers.
Tags: Computational Law 2011, Computational Law A Bridge Towards the Business Rules, Computational Law Workshop 2011, Computational Law Workshop A Bridge Towards the Business Rules, Contract management systems, econtracting systems, econtracts, Electronic contract systems, Electronic contracting systems, ICAIL, ICAIL 2011, International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, Legal informatics conferences, Modeling contracts, Modeling legal rules, Modeling regulations, Monica Palmirani, Regulations management systems, Regulatory compliance systems