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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International RuleML Symposium on Rule Interchange and Applications, RuleML 2010, held in Washington, DC, USA, in October 2010 - collocated with the 13th International Business Rules Forum Conference 2010. The 14 revised full papers and 7 revised short papers presented together with the abstracts of 3 keynote lectures were carefully reviewed and selected from 42 submissions. The accepted papers address a wide range of rule topics, including traditional topics, such as rules and uncertainty, rule-based event processing and reaction rules, rules and inferencing, rule transformation and extraction, rules, semantic technology, and cross-industry standards, rules and norms, rule-based distributed/multi-agent systems, and miscellaneous rule topics.

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Table of Contents

Keynotes and Invited Demos

Logical Spreadsheets Michael Genesereth 1

NIEM Canonical XML Dictionaries and Rule Engine Systems David Webber 2

Implementing SBVR with a Practitioner's Perspective Donald Chapin 16

Rules and Uncertainty

A Practical Management of Fuzzy Truth-Degrees Using Floper Pedro J. Morcillo Ginés Moreno Jaime Penabad Carlos Vázquez 20

A Rule-Based Implementation of Fuzzy Tableau Reasoning Stefano Bragaglia Federico Chesani Paola Mello Davide Sottara 35

Rule-Based Event Processing and Reaction Rules

Ensuring Compliance with Semantic Constraints in Process Adaptation with Rule-Based Event Processing Akhil Kumar Wen Yao Chao-Hsien Chu Zang Li 50

Establishing a Procedure Model for Combining and Synergistically Aligning Business Rules and Processes within Ontologies Alexander Sellner Adrian Paschke Erwin Zinser 66

Rules and Inferencing

Rule-Based Contextual Reasoning in Ambient Intelligence Antonis Bikakis Grigoris Antoniou 74

Enhancing a Smart Space with Answer Set Programming Vesa Luukkala Ilkka Niemelä 89

Superiority Based Revision of Defeasible Theories Guido Governatori Francesco Olivieri Simone Scannapieco Matteo Cristani 104

On the problem of Computing Ambiguity Propagation and Well-Founded Semantics in Defeasible Logic Ho-Pun Lam Guido Governatori 119

Rule Transformation and Extraction

Generating SQL Queries from SBVR Rules Sotiris Moschoyiannis Alexandros Marinos Paul Krause 128

Representing Financial Reports on the Semantic Web: A Faithful Translation from XBRL to OWL Jie Boo Graham Rong Xian Li Li Ding 144

Transformation of SBVR Compliant Business Rules to Executable FCL Rules Aqueo Kamada Guido Governatori Shazia Sadiq

Rules, Semantic Technology, and Cross-Industry Standards

RuleML 1.0: The Overarching Specification of Web Rules Harold Boley Adrian Paschke Omair Shafiq 162

Rules and Norms Defining Access Control Rules with Conditions Mark H. Linehan 179

Norm Compliance in Business Process Modeling Guido Governatori Antonino Rotolo 194

Application of an Ontology-Based and Rule-Based Model to Selected Economic Crimes: Fraudulent Disbursement and Money Laundering Jaros Bak Czeslaw Jedrzejek Maciej Falkowski 210

Rule-Based Distributed/Multi-Agent Systems

A Contract, Agreement Policy-Based Workflow Methodology for Agents Interacting in the Semantic Web Kalliopi Kravari Grammati-Eirini Kastori Nick Bassiliades Guido Governatori 225

Towards the Web of Models: A Rule-Driven RESTful Architecture for Distributed Systems Alexandros Marinos Paul Krause 251

Miscellaneous Rule Topics

Visualizing Logical Dependencies in SWRL Rule Bases Saeed Hassanpour Martin J. O'Connor Amar K. Das 259

An XML Format for Association Rule Models Based on the GUHA Method Tomás Kliegr Jan Rauch 273

Realizing Integrated Service Delivery through a Language for Collective Understanding of Business Rules Sietse Overbeek Marijn Janssen Patrick van Bommel 289

Authoring Business Rules Grounded in OWL Ontologies Amina Chniti Sylvain Dehors Patrick Albert Jean Charlet 297

Author Index 305

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