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Legal knowledge and information systems [electronic resource] : JURIX 2005 : the eighteenth annual conference / edited by Marie-Francine Moens and Peter Spyns.

By: JURIX 2005 (2005 : Vrije Universiteit Brussel).
Contributor(s): Moens, Marie-Francine, 1957- | Spyns, Peter.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications: v. 134.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Washington, D.C. : Fairfax, VA : IOS Press ; Distributor in the USA and Canada, c2005Description: 1 online resource (viii, 161 p.) : ill.ISBN: 1586035762; 9781586035761; 1423797310 (electronic bk.); 9781423797319 (electronic bk.); 9781607501527; 160750152X.Subject(s): Law -- Methodology -- Automation -- Congresses | Artificial intelligence -- Congresses | Law -- Methodology -- Automation | Artificial intelligence | Electronic books | Droit -- M�ethodologie -- Informatique -- Congr�es | Syst�emes d'information -- Droit (Science) -- Congr�es | Intelligence artificielle -- Congr�es | LAW -- Computer & InternetGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Legal knowledge and information systems.; Online version:: Legal knowledge and information systems.DDC classification: 343.09/99 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Theory and practice in AI and law : a response to Branting / Katie Atkinson, Trevor Bench-Capon -- Norm modifications in defeasible logic / Guido Governatori ... [et al.] -- Making sense of coherence : the level theory of coherence / Luc J. Wintgens -- Mixing legal and non-legal norms / Alexander Boer, Tom van Engers, Radboud Winkels -- Regulations expressed as logical models (REALM) / Christopher Giblin ... [et al.] -- Assumption based peg unification for crime scenario modelling / Jeroen Keppens, Burkhard Schafer -- Dynamics of rule revision and strategy revision in legislative games / Moshe Looks, Ronald P. Loui, Barry Z. Cynamon -- Automated analysis of reasoning and argumentation structures in texts / Helmut Horacek -- Automatic translation from textual representations of laws to formal models through UML / Pietro Mercatali ... [et al.] -- Some foundational linguistic elements for QA systems : an application to e-government services / Farida Aouladomar -- A question answer system for legal information retrieval / Paulo Quaresma, Irene Pimenta Rodrigues -- How technology can help reducing the legal burden / Tom van Engers, Ron van Gog, Arian Jacobs -- A semantics-based visual framework for planning a new bill / Carlo Biagioli, Enrico Francesconi -- The desocialization of the courts, sentencing decision support and plea bargaining / Andrew Vincent, John Zeleznikow -- Towards modeling systematic interpretation of codified law / Matthias Grabmair, Kevin D. Ashley -- Large-scale linguistic ontology as a basis for text categorization of legislative documents / Natalia Loukachevitch, Boris Dobrov -- Game mechanisms & procedural fairness / Moshe Looks, Ronald P. Loui -- Practical reasoning and proposing : tools for e-democracy / Douglas Walton -- The legal concepts and the layman's terms / Ronny van Laarschot ... [et al.] -- Validating an automated evaluation procedure for ontology triples in the privacy domain / Peter Spyns, Giles Hogben -- An ontological approach for the management of rights data dictionaries / Roberto Garcia, Jaime Delgado -- Using legal definitions to increase the accessibility of legal documents / Laurens Mommers, Wim Voermans.
Summary: E-government applications are gaining ground among local, national, European and international institutions. However, there is a need for the integration and harmonisation of the models. For a marriage between artificial intelligence and e-government to happen, technologies that automatically extract knowledge from natural language are needed.
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Proceedings of the conference held Dec. 8-10, 2005, at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Brussels, Belgium.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Theory and practice in AI and law : a response to Branting / Katie Atkinson, Trevor Bench-Capon -- Norm modifications in defeasible logic / Guido Governatori ... [et al.] -- Making sense of coherence : the level theory of coherence / Luc J. Wintgens -- Mixing legal and non-legal norms / Alexander Boer, Tom van Engers, Radboud Winkels -- Regulations expressed as logical models (REALM) / Christopher Giblin ... [et al.] -- Assumption based peg unification for crime scenario modelling / Jeroen Keppens, Burkhard Schafer -- Dynamics of rule revision and strategy revision in legislative games / Moshe Looks, Ronald P. Loui, Barry Z. Cynamon -- Automated analysis of reasoning and argumentation structures in texts / Helmut Horacek -- Automatic translation from textual representations of laws to formal models through UML / Pietro Mercatali ... [et al.] -- Some foundational linguistic elements for QA systems : an application to e-government services / Farida Aouladomar -- A question answer system for legal information retrieval / Paulo Quaresma, Irene Pimenta Rodrigues -- How technology can help reducing the legal burden / Tom van Engers, Ron van Gog, Arian Jacobs -- A semantics-based visual framework for planning a new bill / Carlo Biagioli, Enrico Francesconi -- The desocialization of the courts, sentencing decision support and plea bargaining / Andrew Vincent, John Zeleznikow -- Towards modeling systematic interpretation of codified law / Matthias Grabmair, Kevin D. Ashley -- Large-scale linguistic ontology as a basis for text categorization of legislative documents / Natalia Loukachevitch, Boris Dobrov -- Game mechanisms & procedural fairness / Moshe Looks, Ronald P. Loui -- Practical reasoning and proposing : tools for e-democracy / Douglas Walton -- The legal concepts and the layman's terms / Ronny van Laarschot ... [et al.] -- Validating an automated evaluation procedure for ontology triples in the privacy domain / Peter Spyns, Giles Hogben -- An ontological approach for the management of rights data dictionaries / Roberto Garcia, Jaime Delgado -- Using legal definitions to increase the accessibility of legal documents / Laurens Mommers, Wim Voermans.

E-government applications are gaining ground among local, national, European and international institutions. However, there is a need for the integration and harmonisation of the models. For a marriage between artificial intelligence and e-government to happen, technologies that automatically extract knowledge from natural language are needed.

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