Poster presentations offer researchers an opportunity to present significant work in progress or research that is best communicated in an interactive or graphical format. Further, poster presentations provide researchers with an opportunity to obtain direct feedback about their work from a wide audience during the poster session. The authors are expected to prepare and present a poster during an exhibit-style meetup on August 4th. Poster submissions are welcomed in areas related to any topic in the call for contributions.

Poster Paper Submissions

Poster papers describing a poster for the poster session and ranging between 2-5 pages can be submitted at: EasyChair in the Poster Session track.

Please upload all submissions in LNCS format. To ensure high quality, submitted poster papers will be carefully peer-reviewed by the PC members based on significance and relevance for the community.

Accepted poster papers will be published as CEUR Proceedings and indexed by SCOPUS.

Poster Session Deadlines:

Poster Paper submission (extended): June 19th, 2015
Author Notification June 23rd, 2015
Camera Ready July 19th, 2015
Poster Session and Meetup: Aug 4 , 2015

 

Joint Poster Session (RuleML 2015, Reasoning Web Summer School 2015 and RR 2015)

Alexei MorozovAlexander Polupanov and Olga SushkovaAn Approach to the Intelligent Monitoring of Anomalous Human Behaviour Based on the Actor Prolog Object-Oriented Logic Language
Tara Athan, Harold Boley and Adrian PaschkeRuleML 1.02: Deliberation, Reaction and Consumer Families
Joao Moreira, Luís Ferreira Pires, Marten Van Sinderen and Patrícia Dockhorn Costa. Developing Situation-Aware Applications for Disaster Management with a Distributed Rule-Based platform
Dumitru Roman. DataGraft
Christopher Krauss Time-dependent User Preference Data for Context-sensitive Recommendation Engines
Nikoleta Tsabanaki - Le Sommelier: A prioritised Multi-Criteria Recommendation System for Wine Matching Using ASP
Lukas Schweizer Bounded Model Reasoning for the Semantic Web
Valentina Franzoni Semantic Extraction Models for Collaborative Multimedia
Davide Lanti Benchmark and Optimization of OBDA Systems
Le Thi Anh Thu Pham A scalable adaptive method for complex reasoning over semantic data streams
Yasser EL MADANI EL ALAMI Towards an effective collaborative filtering approach based on experts in social networks
Jaroslaw Bak Querying Relational Databases with RuQAR
Jalil ELHASSOUNI Integration of risk management data based ontologies
Tuan Anh PHAM Rule-BasedBusiness LogicLayer Development
Ludwig Ostermayer Seamless Cooperation of Java and Prolog with CAPJA
Gen Zou Formalizing the CLIPS Car Problem in Positional-Slotted Object-Applicative RuleML and Transforming it to Horn Logic
Stefan Bischof Improving Practical Reasoning on top of SPARQL
Fahad Khan Using Ontologies to Model Polysemy in Lexical Resources