Call for Papers: Computational Law Workshop: A Bridge Towards the Business Rules

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.

HT Professor Dr. Monica Palmirani.

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One Response to Call for Papers: Computational Law Workshop: A Bridge Towards the Business Rules

  1. legalinformatics says:

    May 1 extended CfP deadline: Computational Law 2011: Bridge towards Business Rules: ICAIL Wkshp http://bit.ly/dJKYeY June 6 Pittsburgh

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