New: Announcing RR 2010
The International Conference on Web Reasoning and Rule Systems (RR) aims to be the major forum for discussion and dissemination of new results concerning Web Reasoning and Rule Systems. The two successful series of RR, RR 2007 and RR 2008, have received enthusiastic support from the Web Rules community. In 2009, RR will continue the excellence of the new series and aim to attract the best Web Reasoning and Rules researchers from all over the world.
The reasoning landscape features theoretical areas such as knowledge representation (KR) and algorithms;
design aspects of rule markup; design of ontology languages; engineering of engines, translators,
and other tools; efficiency considerations and benchmarking; standardization efforts, such as the Rules Interchange Format activity at W3C;
and applications. Of particular interest is also the use of rules to facilitate ontology modeling,
and the relationships and possible interactions between rules and ontology languages like RDF and OWL,
as well as ontology reasoning related to RDF and OWL, or querying with SPARQL.