RuleML Webinar

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The RuleML Webinars feature rule topics of shared interest to the RuleML community. Each Webinar currently consists of a 20-minute presentation interleaved with / followed by a 10-minute discussion. Presenters provide their slides (PDFized as exemplified in the Title column below) prior to the Skype-based Webinars (using "Share Screens"). The events typically happen on the last Friday of the month at 9 AM Pacific / 12 Noon Eastern / 6 PM Central Europe. Discussions sometimes continue in the RuleML Telecons immediately after the Webinars -- and have led to constructive feedback, new connections, and off-line follow-up. Prospective presenters should contact Harold Boley.

Date Presenter Title Material

2018-03-23 Francesco Ricca ASP in Industrial Contexts: Applications and Toolchain Paper 1, Paper 2
2018-02-23 Marcello Ceci Legal Patterns for Different Constitutive Rules Paper
2018-01-26 Xavier Parent A rule-based deontic reasoner Paper
2017-11-24 Miguel Calejo Logical Contracts: Logical Contract Server Preview
2017-09-29 Alexander Steen Leo-III: The World's Most Widely Applicable Modal Logic Theorem Prover (and its Associated Infrastructure) Paper
2017-07-28 Michael Wessel OntoVPA - Building an ontology-based rule engine for dialogue management on SPARQL + OWL
2017-06-30 Roman Kontchakov Ontology-Based Data Access and OWL 2 QL
2017-05-26 William Van Woensel Optimized, Bottom-Up Semantic Web Reasoning based on OWL2 RL in Resource-Constrained Settings (pptx)
2017-04-28 Jacob Feldman Using Machine Learning for Compression of Large Classification Rulesets
2017-03-31 Nick Bassiliades Rule-Based Trust Among Agents Using Defeasible Logic
2017-02-24 Giovanni De Gasperis DALI for Cognitive Robotics: Principles and Prototype Implementation Youtube
2017-01-27 Stefania Costantini Dynamic Rule Systems: fighting against Brittleness
2016-06-20 Leah Bidlake Translating HornlogEqRuleML to Grailog for SVG Visualization
2015-01-22 Fariba Sadri LPS and its Kernel KELPS: Logic-Based State Transition Frameworks