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Corporate Semantic Web auf der SemTech 2010

2010-06-25 22:03

Corporate Semantic Web presented at SemTech 2010 which is the world’s largest industrial conference on semantic technology for enterprise computing professionals.

Prof. Dr. Adrian Paschke gave two talks about Semantic Complex Event Processing at the Semantic Rules track and as a pannelist on the Semantic Web Enables Software Engineering panel.

Semantic Complex Event Processing - The Future of Dynamic IT


Presentation Slides

Paul Vincent, TIBCO Software Inc
Harold Boley, National Research Council Canada
Adrian Paschke, Freie Universitaet Berlin

http://semtech2010.semanticuniverse.com/rules

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Panel Discussion

Promoting SWESE Methods & Technologies — Where Do We Go From Here?

Moderators: Elisa Kendall, Jeff Z. Pan and Yuting Zhao, University of Aberdeen
Participants: Reg Ford, SRI, Steven Jenkins, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Adrian Paschke, Free University of Berlin, Jim Rhyne, Sandpiper Software, and Evan Wallace, US National Institute of Standards and Technology

http://www.abdn.ac.uk/~r01srt7/swese2010/agenda.php




New W3C Rule Standard

2010-06-22 01:05

Rule Interchange Format (RIF) is Now a W3C Recommendation Standard

  • A new standard for the interoperation and interchange between various rule languages and rule engines
  • A concrete XML serialization language for, e.g., model-based languages such as
  • OMG PRR, OMG SBVR, and the RIF RuleML subfamily of the overarching RuleML language family
  • A standard for rules on the (Semantic) Web supporting data integration, and for business rules, making businesses more agile
  • The new W3C RIF recommendation standard is to be featured at the RuleML Semantic Rules track at SemTech 2010 and at RuleML-2010 colocated with the Business Rules Forum

 

Berlin, 22 June 2010

Today W3C published a new standard for building rule systems on the Web. Declarative rules allow the integration and transformation of data from multiple sources in a distributed, transparent and scalable manner. The new standard, called Rule Interchange Format (RIF), was developed with participation from the Business Rules, Logic Programming, and Semantic Web communities to provide interoperability and portability between different systems using declarative technologies.

Corporate Semantic Web at the Freie Universitaet Berlin (www.corporate-semantic-web.de) actively contributed and co-edited several of the standards of RIF.

 

W3C News announcement: W3C RIF Supports Data Integration, Enterprise Agility

      http://www.w3.org/News/2010#entry-8839

The new RIF recommendation is part of the Semantic Web layer cake

      http://www.w3.org/2007/03/layerCake.png

and, via the RIF RuleML Rosetta Ring, it can be used as a subfamily of

the overarching RuleML language family which among others contains SWRL

(RuleML+OWL), Reaction RuleML (including rule-based Complex Event

Processing), Fuzzy RuleML, etc.

      http://ruleml.org/

 

The new RIF standard will be featured at the RuleML Semantic Rules track at

the Semantic Technologies conference in San Francisco

    http://semtech2010.semanticuniverse.com/rules

and at the 4th International Web Rule Symposium -- RuleML-2010 colocated with

the Business Rules Symposium in Washington DC

    http://2010.ruleml.org

 

To learn more about RIF you can start with the Overview:

  http://www.w3.org/TR/rif-overview/

or the FAQ:

  http://www.w3.org/2005/rules/wiki/RIF_FAQ

 

Further information:

MITnews article, which provides a nice high-level view, written for an

audience who has never heard of the Semantic Web:

      http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2010/semantic-web-0622.html

 

Handbook of Research on Emerging Rule-Based Languages and Technologies: Open

Solutions and Approaches

  http://www.igi-global.com/bookstore/TitleDetails.aspx?TitleId=465

(free sample chapter about Rule Markup Languages and Semantic Web Rule

Languages available from the menue)


Press Contact:

Sebastian Krebs

Freie Universitaet Berlin

Department of Computer Science and Mathematics

Institute of Computer Science

Corporate Semantic Web

Königin-Luise-Straße 24/26

14195 Berlin

Phone: +49-30-838 75256

email: sekrebs@zedat.fu-berlin.de

 




Informatikkolloquium zum Thema Semantic Business Process Management

2010-06-18 12:00

Prof. Dr. Paschke lädt ein zum Vortrag von

Dr.-Ing. Weichhardt, Managing Director Semtation GmbH

Semantic Business Process Management - Microsoft Visio based Semantic BPM tool "SemTalk"

Semantic Business Process Management (SBPM) is the combination of Corporate Semantic Web technologies, such as rules, events and ontologies, with BPM. This unique combination promises enhanced automation in discovery, configuration and composition of appropriate process components, information objects, and services, as well as automated mediation between different heterogeneous interfaces and abstraction levels, targeted complex queries on the process space and flow, and in general much more agile business process management. This talk explains the principles of ontology based SBPM and demonstrates it on the example of the Microsoft Visio based Semantic BPM tool "SemTalk".

18.06.2010, 12:00 Uhr
Ort: Institut für Informatik, Takustr. 9, R 006

http://www.inf.fu-berlin.de/infevents/kolloquium/kollo-18-6-2010.html





Vortrag Paul Vincent (Tibco Inc.) - Rule- and event-based BPM

2010-06-14 16:13

Prof. Dr. Paschke lädt ein zum Vortrag von

Paul Vincent (CTO Tibco Inc.)

Rule- and event-based BPM – Tibco BPM and CEP solution

14.07.2010, 14-16 Uhr
Ort: Takustraße 9 SR 006, Seminar Raum 16

Vortrag

About the Speaker:

Paul Vincent works in Complex Event Processing using event pattern and decision rules to provide "Operational Intelligence" to businesses. CEP is a technology that augments conventional business processes and analytics, focusing on real-time events. Paul has worked on advanced rule-oriented projects in the US and Europe in financial services, government, defense, and manufacturing, and is a contributor to the OMG PRR and W3C RIF standards efforts as well as the Event Processing Technical Society.



Vortrag Emerging Business Rules Technologies auf dem BITKOM Forum SOA 2010

2010-06-10 15:41

“Quo vadis – Emerging Business Rules Technologies”

Prof. Dr. Adrian Paschke

 

Vortrag

Complex Event Processing ist ein aufstrebendes Technologieparadigma zur Erkennung relevanter komplexer Ereignisse und Situation in großen Ereigniswolken oder –strömen in beinahe Echtzeit. Anwendungen der CEP Technologie sind weit reichend z.B. im Bankensektor, Logistik, Automobilesektor, Lebenswissenschaften und vielfältig, wie z.B. in der Betrugserkennung, Supply Chain Event Monitoring, Business Activity Monitoring bis hin zu adaptiven und selbst-autonomen reaktiven Systemen zur Behandlung von Katastrophensituation wie Pandemien oder „Schwarze Schwäne“ an der Börse. In Übereinstimmung mit Gartner’s „Emerging Technology Hype Cycle“, gilt CEP als DIE aufstrebenden Basistechnologie für eine ganze Reihe industrie-relevanter Echtzeitentwicklungen wie Real Time Enterprise, Adaptive Autonomic IT Systems, Pervasive Computing, Predictive Business, etc.

Neuartige regel-basierte Ereignissprachen und -systeme kombinieren die Idee von Geschäftsregel-Systemen (engl. Business Rules Management Systems) mit Complex Event Processing Systemen – für den Menschen verständliche deklarative Beschreibungen / Modellierungen von Geschäftsereignissen (Business Events), Reaktionen (Business Actions) und Geschäftsregeln (Business Rules) sind gleichzeitig effizient ausführbar in einer CEP Regelmaschiene. Relevante Ereignisse werden automatisch zeitnah erkannt und erlauben semi-automatische Entscheidungen und adaptive Reaktionen für ein agiles Geschäftsprozessmanagement (Agile BPM). Dies ermöglicht ein CEP-basiertes Business Activity Monitoring und die flexible regel-basierte Steuerung der genutzten IT Dienste (ad-hoc IT Service Management).

 

 

Bad Homburg / Frankfurt am Main

BITKOM Forum SOA 2010

Bereits zum dritten Mal haben sich in Bad Homburg Software-Anbieter, Berater und Kunden getroffen, um über neue Entwicklungen und Trends sowie offene Fragen rund um Service-orientierte Architekturen (SOA) und Business Process Management (BMP) zu diskutieren.

Die Teilnehmer der Veranstaltung nutzten zwei parallele Vortragsreihen, um sich über aktuelle Themen wie Transformation von Anwendungslandschaften oder die richtige Verzahnung von BMP und Service-orientierten Architekturen zu informieren. Neben Erfahrungsberichten aus Projekten wurden auch Fragen zur neuen Architekturtrends und zur Zukunft von SOA intensiv diskutiert

 




Cooperation with Blogform

2010-06-08 13:20

Another company from Berlin area started the cooperation with CSW group. We are pleased to welcome Blogform http://www.blogformgroup.com/ managed by Michael Maier http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Maier_(Journalist)



MIFI2010 Workshop announcement

2010-06-02 17:40

We are happy to announce that our 1st Workshop on Mining the Future Internet: http://www.mining-future-internet.org/ organized together with Max Planck Institute and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology will take place at FIS2010



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This work has been partially supported by the  InnoProfile-Corporate Semantic Web project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the BMBF Innovation Initiative for the New German Länder - Entrepreneurial Regions.
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