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The Resource Legal knowledge and information systems : JURIX 2012, the twenty-fifth annual conference, edited by Burkhard Schäfer, SCRIPT Centre, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, UK

Legal knowledge and information systems : JURIX 2012, the twenty-fifth annual conference, edited by Burkhard Schäfer, SCRIPT Centre, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, UK

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Legal knowledge and information systems : JURIX 2012, the twenty-fifth annual conference
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Legal knowledge and information systems
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JURIX 2012, the twenty-fifth annual conference
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edited by Burkhard Schäfer, SCRIPT Centre, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, UK
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JURIX 2012
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eng
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The 25th edition of the JURIX conference was held in the Netherlands from the 17th till the 19th of December and was hosted by the University of Amsterdam. This year submissions came from 25 countries covering Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australia. These proceedings contain sixteen full and five short papers that were selected for presentation. As usual they cover a wide range of topics. The majority of contributions deals with formal or computational models of legal argumentation and reasoning: questions of coherence, evidential reasoning, visualisation of argumentation and formal representations of legal narratives are amongst other issues addressed. Another group of papers is centred on representing the semantics of sources of law, to facilitate legislative drafting, information retrieval or odata protection by designo. A third group of papers goes beyond the more technical aspects of legal information systems and asks fundamental questions about the nature of legal expert systems or the concept of rights.--
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2012
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Schäfer, Burkhard
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Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications,
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volume 250
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  • Law
  • Artificial intelligence
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Legal knowledge and information systems : JURIX 2012, the twenty-fifth annual conference, edited by Burkhard Schäfer, SCRIPT Centre, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, UK
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Publication
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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volume
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rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Leonardo Lesmo,
  • Daniele Rispoli,
  • Livio Robaldo
  • Computational data protection law : trusting each other offline and online
  • William Buchanan,
  • Lu Fan,
  • Alistair Lawson,
  • Burkhard Schafer,
  • Russel Scott,
  • Christoph Thuemmler,
  • Refined coherence as constraint satisfaction framework for representing judicial reasoning
  • Omair Uthmani
  • Supporting transnational judicial procedures between European Member States : the e-CODEX project
  • Enrico Francesconi
  • Narrowing legal concepts
  • Guido Governatori,
  • Francesco Olivieri,
  • Antonino Rotolo,
  • Simone Scannapieco
  • Michal Araszkiewicz,
  • Jaromir Šavelka
  • What makes a system a legal expert?
  • Trevor Bench-Capon
  • Multi-label classification of legislative text into EuroVoc
  • Guido Boella,
  • Luigi Di Caro,
  • Comparing argument diagrams
  • Collin Lynch,
  • Kevin Ashley,
  • Mohammad Hassan Falakmasir
  • ThinkData : a data protection and transparency awareness service based on storytelling
  • Jean-Henry Morin,
  • Olivier Glassey
  • Citation analysis and beyond : in search of indicators measuring case law importance
  • Marc van Opijnen
  • Types of rights in two-party systems : a formal analysis
  • Argument analysis with factor annotation tool
  • Gordon J. Pace,
  • Fernando Schapachnik
  • An hybrid approach for legal information extraction
  • Prakash Poudyal,
  • Paulo Quaresma
  • Shumpei Kubosawa,
  • Youwei Lu,
  • Shogo Okada,
  • Katsumi Nitta
  • An argumentation model of evidential reasoning with variable degrees of justification
  • QingYin Liang,
  • Bin Wei
  • Leonardo Lesmo,
  • Daniele P. Radicioni
  • Analysis of legal narratives : a conceptual framework
  • Giovanni Sileno,
  • Alexander Boer,
  • Tom van Engers
  • A unified change management of regulations and their formal representations based on the FRBR framework and the direct method
  • Ákos Szoke,
  • András Förhécz,
  • György Strausz
  • Formalising a legal opinion on a legislative proposal in the ASPIC framework
  • Automatic extraction of legal concepts and definitions
  • Radboud Winkels,
  • Rinke Hoekstra
  • A model-based critique tool for policy deliberation
  • Adam Wyner,
  • Maya Wardeh,
  • Trevor Bench-Capon,
  • Katie Atkinson
  • An empirical approach to the semantic representation of laws
  • Adam Wyner,
  • Henry Prakken
  • Johan Bos,
  • Valerio Basile,
  • Paulo Quaresma
  • The FSTP test : a novel approach or an invention's non-obviousness analysis
  • Shashishekar Ramakrishna,
  • Naouel Karam,
  • Adrian Paschke
  • Compiling regular expressions to extract legal modifications
  • Livio Robaldo,
Control code
FIEb1765922x
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
x, 183 pages
Isbn
9781614991663
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
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illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)842316131
Label
Legal knowledge and information systems : JURIX 2012, the twenty-fifth annual conference, edited by Burkhard Schäfer, SCRIPT Centre, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, UK
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Leonardo Lesmo,
  • Daniele Rispoli,
  • Livio Robaldo
  • Computational data protection law : trusting each other offline and online
  • William Buchanan,
  • Lu Fan,
  • Alistair Lawson,
  • Burkhard Schafer,
  • Russel Scott,
  • Christoph Thuemmler,
  • Refined coherence as constraint satisfaction framework for representing judicial reasoning
  • Omair Uthmani
  • Supporting transnational judicial procedures between European Member States : the e-CODEX project
  • Enrico Francesconi
  • Narrowing legal concepts
  • Guido Governatori,
  • Francesco Olivieri,
  • Antonino Rotolo,
  • Simone Scannapieco
  • Michal Araszkiewicz,
  • Jaromir Šavelka
  • What makes a system a legal expert?
  • Trevor Bench-Capon
  • Multi-label classification of legislative text into EuroVoc
  • Guido Boella,
  • Luigi Di Caro,
  • Comparing argument diagrams
  • Collin Lynch,
  • Kevin Ashley,
  • Mohammad Hassan Falakmasir
  • ThinkData : a data protection and transparency awareness service based on storytelling
  • Jean-Henry Morin,
  • Olivier Glassey
  • Citation analysis and beyond : in search of indicators measuring case law importance
  • Marc van Opijnen
  • Types of rights in two-party systems : a formal analysis
  • Argument analysis with factor annotation tool
  • Gordon J. Pace,
  • Fernando Schapachnik
  • An hybrid approach for legal information extraction
  • Prakash Poudyal,
  • Paulo Quaresma
  • Shumpei Kubosawa,
  • Youwei Lu,
  • Shogo Okada,
  • Katsumi Nitta
  • An argumentation model of evidential reasoning with variable degrees of justification
  • QingYin Liang,
  • Bin Wei
  • Leonardo Lesmo,
  • Daniele P. Radicioni
  • Analysis of legal narratives : a conceptual framework
  • Giovanni Sileno,
  • Alexander Boer,
  • Tom van Engers
  • A unified change management of regulations and their formal representations based on the FRBR framework and the direct method
  • Ákos Szoke,
  • András Förhécz,
  • György Strausz
  • Formalising a legal opinion on a legislative proposal in the ASPIC framework
  • Automatic extraction of legal concepts and definitions
  • Radboud Winkels,
  • Rinke Hoekstra
  • A model-based critique tool for policy deliberation
  • Adam Wyner,
  • Maya Wardeh,
  • Trevor Bench-Capon,
  • Katie Atkinson
  • An empirical approach to the semantic representation of laws
  • Adam Wyner,
  • Henry Prakken
  • Johan Bos,
  • Valerio Basile,
  • Paulo Quaresma
  • The FSTP test : a novel approach or an invention's non-obviousness analysis
  • Shashishekar Ramakrishna,
  • Naouel Karam,
  • Adrian Paschke
  • Compiling regular expressions to extract legal modifications
  • Livio Robaldo,
Control code
FIEb1765922x
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
x, 183 pages
Isbn
9781614991663
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)842316131

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