LegalRuleML: From Metamodel to Use Cases
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- Athan T., Boley H., Governatori G., Palmirani M., Paschke A., Wyner A. (2013) LegalRuleML: From Metamodel to Use Cases. In: Morgenstern L., Stefaneas P., Lévy F., Wyner A., Paschke A. (eds) Theory, Practice, and Applications of Rules on the Web. RuleML 2013. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 8035. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
Several XML-based standards have been proposed for describing rules (RuleML, RIF, SWRL, SBVR, etc.), or specific dialects (RuleML family [1,2]). In 2009, the Legal Knowledge Interchange Format (LKIF ) was proposed to extend rule languages to account for the specifics of the legal domain and to manage legal resources. To further develop the representation of the law in XML-based standards, the OASIS Legal- RuleML TC held its first technical meeting on 19 January 2012 . The objective of the TC is to extend the RuleML family with features specific to the formalisation of norms, guidelines, policies, and legal reasoning .
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