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The Resource Legal knowledge and information systems : JURIX 2009, the twenty-second annual conference, edited by Guido Governatori

Legal knowledge and information systems : JURIX 2009, the twenty-second annual conference, edited by Guido Governatori

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Legal knowledge and information systems : JURIX 2009, the twenty-second annual conference
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Legal knowledge and information systems
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JURIX 2009, the twenty-second annual conference
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edited by Guido Governatori
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JURIX 2009, the twenty-second annual conference
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eng
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The 22nd edition of the JURIX conference was held in Rotterdam on the 17th and 18th December and was hosted by the Erasmus University Rotterdam. While the conference was back to its country of origin, JURIX continues to attract a wide international audience. This year, the conference received submissions from all five continents. This clearly demonstrates the lively and growing interest for the highly interdisciplinary discipline of legal informatics. The selection of papers for this edition of JURIX covers a wide variety of topics in legal informatics, including contributions on established fields such as legal document management, argumentation, case based reasoning, dispute resolution, support for legal drafting and ontologies, to emerging areas such as regulatory compliance, normative multi-agent systems and game theory, as well as application areas, for example, fraud detection, legal tutoring systems and legal decision support systems. IOS Press is an international science, technical and medical publisher of high-quality books for academics, scientists, and professionals in all fields.--
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2009
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JURIX (Conference)
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  • Governatori, Guido
  • Foundation for Legal Knowledge Systems
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Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications
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v. 205
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  • Law
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Information storage and retrieval systems
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Legal knowledge and information systems : JURIX 2009, the twenty-second annual conference, edited by Guido Governatori
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Preface v Guido Governatori Adding Structure to Semi-Structured Documents ix Marie-Francine Moens XDTD as a Simple Validation Language for XML-Based Legal Documents 1 Gioele Barabucci and Fabio Vitali A Case Study of Hypothetical and Value-Based Reasoning in US Supreme-Court Cases 11 Trevor Bench-Capon and Henry Prakken Five Guidelines for Normative Multiagent Systems 21 Guido Boella, Gabriella Pigozzi and Leendert van der Torre MetaLex Naming Conventions and the Semantic Web 31 Alexander Boer Rule-Based Versus Principle-Based Regulatory Compliance 37 Brigitte Burgemeestre, Joris Hulstijn and Yao-Hua Tan The Legal Precedent in Online Dispute Resolution 47 Davide Carneiro, Paulo Novais, Francisco Andrade, John Zeleznikow and José Neves Emerald: Legal Knowledge Engineering Using OWL and Rules 53 András Förhécz, Gábor Kőrösi, András Millinghoffer and György Strausz An Approach to Legal Rules Modelling and Automatic Learning 59 Enrico Francesconi BestPortal: Lessons Learned in Lightweight Semantic Access to Court Proceedings 69 Rinke Hoekstra Link Analysis of Fuel Laundering Scams and Implications of Results for Scheme Understanding and Prosecutor Strategy 79 Czeslaw Jedrzejek, Maciej Falkowski and Maciej Smolenski Conceptions of Vagueness in Subjective Probability for Evidential Reasoning 89 Jeroen Keppens An Ontology for the Implementation of the EU Services Directive 100 Doris Liebwald Argument Diagramming and Diagnostic Reliability 106 Collin Lynch, Kevin D. Ashley, Niels Pinkwart and Vincent Aleven Automated Handling of Amending Documents and Resulting Consolidations 116 Emile de Maat, Saskia van de Ven, Radboud Winkels and Tom van Engers Nice and Nasty Lawyers, Is the Legal System to Blame? Agent-Based Simulation Insights 126 Eunate Mayor, Luis R. Izquierdo and Giovanni Sartor Exploiting Properties of Legislative Texts to Improve Classification Accuracy 136 Rob Opsomer, Geert De Meyer, Chris Cornelis and Greet Van Eetvelde Legal Change Management with a Native XML Repository 146 Monica Palmirani and Luca Cervone STIA: Experience of Semantic Annotation in Jurisprudence Domain 156 Maria Teresa Pazienza, Noemi Scarpato and Armando Stellato Translating the Japanese Presupposed Ultimate Fact Theory into Logic Programming 162 Ken Satoh, Masahiro Kubota, Yoshiaki Nishigai and Chiaki Takano Generating Cases for E-Learning 172 Michael Sonntag Dealing with Changes to Legislation in Networked Environments 182 Saskia van de Ven, Alexander Boer and Tom van Engers Previous Publications by JURIX 189 Contact Information on JURIX 190 Subject Index 191 Author Index 193
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FIEb17659231
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25 cm.
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ix, 193 pages
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9781607500827
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unmediated
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rdamedia.
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illustrations
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(OCoLC)489009769
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Legal knowledge and information systems : JURIX 2009, the twenty-second annual conference, edited by Guido Governatori
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Preface v Guido Governatori Adding Structure to Semi-Structured Documents ix Marie-Francine Moens XDTD as a Simple Validation Language for XML-Based Legal Documents 1 Gioele Barabucci and Fabio Vitali A Case Study of Hypothetical and Value-Based Reasoning in US Supreme-Court Cases 11 Trevor Bench-Capon and Henry Prakken Five Guidelines for Normative Multiagent Systems 21 Guido Boella, Gabriella Pigozzi and Leendert van der Torre MetaLex Naming Conventions and the Semantic Web 31 Alexander Boer Rule-Based Versus Principle-Based Regulatory Compliance 37 Brigitte Burgemeestre, Joris Hulstijn and Yao-Hua Tan The Legal Precedent in Online Dispute Resolution 47 Davide Carneiro, Paulo Novais, Francisco Andrade, John Zeleznikow and José Neves Emerald: Legal Knowledge Engineering Using OWL and Rules 53 András Förhécz, Gábor Kőrösi, András Millinghoffer and György Strausz An Approach to Legal Rules Modelling and Automatic Learning 59 Enrico Francesconi BestPortal: Lessons Learned in Lightweight Semantic Access to Court Proceedings 69 Rinke Hoekstra Link Analysis of Fuel Laundering Scams and Implications of Results for Scheme Understanding and Prosecutor Strategy 79 Czeslaw Jedrzejek, Maciej Falkowski and Maciej Smolenski Conceptions of Vagueness in Subjective Probability for Evidential Reasoning 89 Jeroen Keppens An Ontology for the Implementation of the EU Services Directive 100 Doris Liebwald Argument Diagramming and Diagnostic Reliability 106 Collin Lynch, Kevin D. Ashley, Niels Pinkwart and Vincent Aleven Automated Handling of Amending Documents and Resulting Consolidations 116 Emile de Maat, Saskia van de Ven, Radboud Winkels and Tom van Engers Nice and Nasty Lawyers, Is the Legal System to Blame? Agent-Based Simulation Insights 126 Eunate Mayor, Luis R. Izquierdo and Giovanni Sartor Exploiting Properties of Legislative Texts to Improve Classification Accuracy 136 Rob Opsomer, Geert De Meyer, Chris Cornelis and Greet Van Eetvelde Legal Change Management with a Native XML Repository 146 Monica Palmirani and Luca Cervone STIA: Experience of Semantic Annotation in Jurisprudence Domain 156 Maria Teresa Pazienza, Noemi Scarpato and Armando Stellato Translating the Japanese Presupposed Ultimate Fact Theory into Logic Programming 162 Ken Satoh, Masahiro Kubota, Yoshiaki Nishigai and Chiaki Takano Generating Cases for E-Learning 172 Michael Sonntag Dealing with Changes to Legislation in Networked Environments 182 Saskia van de Ven, Alexander Boer and Tom van Engers Previous Publications by JURIX 189 Contact Information on JURIX 190 Subject Index 191 Author Index 193
Control code
FIEb17659231
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
ix, 193 pages
Isbn
9781607500827
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)489009769

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