The submission deadlines have been extended for RuleML 2014 Special Track: Legal rules and Norms.
The new abstracts submission deadline is: 14 April 2014.
The new paper submission deadline is: 22 April 2014.
The conference is scheduled to be held 18-20 August 2014 in Prague.
Here is the description of the event, from the event’s Website:
A norm, following Kelsen’s definition is a mandatory command concerning rights or duties endorsed by an organization that has the power to impose these rules to addressees. A norm is usually expressed in writing using legal texts or in an oral way (e.g., a social norm, an oral contract) or in other representations (e.g., symbolic road signs). This legal source is the main inspiration for the legal rules. Legal rules are interpretations of one or more norms formalized using logical rules in the form of antecedent and consequent. It is mostly the interpretation of the legal source and it is often a normalization of the convoluted and technical legal language. This track wants to investigate the complex relationship among norms, legal sources, interpretation, argumentation and legal rules.
- Methodologies for modeling regulations using both ontologies and rules
- Defeasibility and norms: modeling rule exceptions and priority relations among rules
- The relationship between rules and legal argumentation schemes
- Rule based inference mechanism for legal reasoning
- E-contracting and automated negotiations with rule-based declarative strategies
- Business Process Compliance
- LegalRuleML formalization
- Isomorphism principle in legal rule modelling
- The relationship between norms, legal source and rules in the interpretation […]