5 edition of Legal Knowledge Based Systems: Jurix 2000 found in the catalog.
December 2000 by Ios Pr Inc .
Written in English
|Contributions||Joost Breuker (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
For more than 30 years, the JURIX conference has provided an international forum for research on the intersection of Law, Artificial Intelligence and Information Systems, under the auspices of the JURIX Foundation for Legal Knowledge Systems.. JURIX invites submission of original papers on the advanced management of legal information and knowledge systems, covering .
The Posonese tragedy
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Hydrocarbons in intertidal environments of lower Cook Inlet, Alaska, 1976
Locating secret psychological space
Staffordshire county structure plan
Design For Love
Fort George Wright
Rehabilitation services for older people
Secretaries, stenographers, typists
Montessori, dewey, and capitalism
Glutathione transferase isoenzymes in rat hepatocarcinogenesis
Hunting & stalking deer throughout the world
valuation and use of site information for Douglas-fir reforestation in Western Oregon
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A legal expert system is a domain-specific expert system that uses artificial intelligence to emulate the decision-making abilities of a human expert in the field of law.: Legal expert systems employ a rule base or knowledge base and an inference engine to accumulate, reference and produce expert knowledge on specific subjects within the legal domain.
An intellectual celebration: A review of the JURIX legal knowledge based systems scholarship Article in Artificial Intelligence and Law 8(4) December with 23 Reads. Like every other walk of modern life, the law has embraced digital technology, and is increasingly reliant on information systems for its efficient functioning.
This book presents papers from the 30th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (JURIX ), held in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, in December Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. The research described here attempts to achieve automated support for modelling sources of law for legal knowledge based systems and services.
Many existing systems use models that do not reflect the entire law, and simplify parts of the text. These models are difficult to validate, maintain and re-use. Order Legal Knowledge Based Systems ISBN @ € Qty: This volume contains the Proceedings of the thirteenth international Conference organised by JURIX on legal knowledge and information systems, held at Twente University (Enschede, the Netherlands).
Kevin D. Ashley et al., Case-Based Reasoning and Law, 20 Knowledge Engineering Review, (). Kevin D. Ashley, Hypothesis Formation and Testing in Legal Argument in International Congress of Comparative Cultures and Legal Systems Of The Instituto De Investigaciones Juridicas Second International Meeting On Artificial Intelligence And Law.
Hage, Jaap C., Georges P.J. Span, and Arno R. Lodder. A dialogical model of legal reasoning. In Legal knowledge based systems JURIX Information Technology and Law, –, The Foundation for Legal Knowledge Systems.
ISBN 3. Author: Nitin B. Bilgi. The users in the experiments had great difficulties with judging the limitations of the legal knowledge-based systems they were using. For the average lawyer the competent use of computerised legal decision aids may prove to be more difficult than solving legal problems without the help of a by: 4.
IOS Press, Hardbound. New Book. Hardbound. The editors (of the Institute of Legal Theory and Techniques--Italian National Research Council and the European U. Institute) present the proceeding of the conference of JURIX, the Foundation for Leg.
In Europe, the annual JURIX conferences (organised by the Jurix Foundation for Legal Knowledge Based Systems), began in Initially intended to bring together the Dutch-speaking (i.e. Dutch and Flemish) researchers, JURIX quickly developed into an international, primarily European, conference and since has regularly been held outside.
Support for Policy Makers: Prospects for Knowledge Based Systems Legal Knowledge Based Systems: Information Technology and Law. JURIX The Foundation for Legal Knowledge System Jan A Knowledge Engineering Approach to Comparing Legislation Alexander Boer1 and Tom van Engers2 1 Dept.
of Computer Science & Law, University of Amsterdam, 2 Dutch Tax and Customs Administration, Utrecht, Netherlands Abstract. In a lot of existing legal knowledge based applications, the underlying legal model does not retain isomorphism with the original legal text.
Parts of the text have not been modelled, and other parts have been simplified to single if-then-else clauses. This makes these models difficult to validate, maintain and re-use. Towards a Legal Recommender System. 27th International Conference on Legal knowledge and information systems (JURIX ), At Krakow.
B.A. in Artificial Intelligence Thesis: JURIX The Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (pp. ) IOS Press. Lynch, C. and K. Ashley (). and Aleven, V. () Toward Modeling and Teaching Legal Case-Based Adaptation with Expert Examples In McGinty, Lorraine ; Wilson.
Also inthe first Jurix conference was held in Amsterdam, reflecting the growing activity in the Netherlands, particularly in knowledge-based systems. The first conference was a purely local event, but these annual conferences rapidly acquired an international flavor, and since have provided an important forum for European researchers.
Conference: Legal Knowledge and Information Systems - JURIX The Twenty-Second Annual Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, December AGATHA: Automation of the construction of theories in case law domains. In Gordon, Tom (ed.), Legal Knowledge and Information Systems.
Jurix The Seventeenth Annual Conference. Amsterdam: IOS Press, 89– Galindo, F. Ontology and philosophy of the law: the reimdoc project. In Trends in legal knowledge: The Semantic Web and the rebulaiton of electronic social form the B-4 Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Law, May 25th–27th of the XXII World Congress of Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy IVR’05, Granada, ed.
Casanovas, P. Noriega, D. This book presents papers from the 31st International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (JURIX ), held in Groningen, the Netherlands, in December The support of the Dutch Foundation for Legal Knowledge Based Systems for the JURIX conference has transformed a domestic workshop into an international event, with.
The notion of burden of proof and its companion notion of presumption are central to argumentation studies. This book argues that we can learn a lot from how the courts have developed procedures over the years for allocating and reasoning with presumptions and burdens of proof, and from how artificial intelligence has built precise formal and computational Cited by: Argument Schemes for Legal Case-Based Reasoning.
In Legal Knowledge and Information Systems: JURIXThe Twentieth International Conference, ed. Lodder, A. and Mommers, L. Amsterdam: IOS Press, – Groothuis, MM & Svensson, JSExpert system support and juridical quality. in J Breuker, RE Leenes & R Winkels (eds), Legal knowledge and information systems.
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Richard J. Mayer ( words) no match in snippet view article find links to article Richard J. Mayer (born ) is an American engineer, President of Knowledge Based Systems, Inc., known as lead engineer and principal investigator on the.
Ashley, K. D., & Walker, V. () From Information Retrieval (IR) to Argument Retrieval (AR) for Legal Cases: Report on a Baseline Study. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (Jurix ), Ashley, K.
Legal Knowledge and Information Systems. Jurix The Twenty-Sixth Annual. Prakken, Comparing alternative factor- and precedent-based accounts of precedential constraint. In M. Araszkiewicz & V.
Rodriguez-Doncel (eds.), Legal Knowledge and Information Systems. JURIX The Thirty-Second Annual Conference. Amsterdam etc. Verheij, B. Book Review: Formalism and Interpretation in the Logic of Law.
(review of H. Prakken's 'Logical Tools for Modelling Legal Argument'). Artificial Intelligence and Law 8: Google Scholar Digital Library; Verheij, B. (a). Legal Decision Making as Dialectical Theory Construction with Argumentation : VerheijBart.
In: Legal Knowledge and Information Systems: JURIX - The Twenty-Second Annual conference. Governatori, Guido, ed. Frontiers in artificial intelligence and applications (). IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp. Zeleznikow, John () The Need to Incorporate Justice into Negotiation Support Systems.
From Information Retrieval (IR) to Argument Retrieval (AR) for Legal Cases: Report on a Baseline Study, in the Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (JURIX ), held in Bologna, Italy, on December, with Kevin D.
Ashley. Copy of full text available for download format. From Information Retrieval (IR) to Argument Retrieval (AR) for Legal Cases: Report on a Baseline Study, in the Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (JURIX ), held in Bologna, Italy, on December, with Kevin D.
Ashley. Copy of full text available for download format. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Legal Knowledge-Based Systems (JURIX), Tilburg University, the Netherlands, Decem Abstract: Legal document drafting is an essential professional skill for attorneys and judges.
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Ashley, K., Lynch, C. Pinkwart, N., and Aleven, V. () Toward Modeling and Teaching Legal Case-Based Adaptation with Expert Examples In McGinty, Lorraine; Wilson, David C. (Eds.) Case-Based Reasoning Research and Development [LNCS (Print) (Online)]: Proceedings of the International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning.
Legal knowledge based systems: Jurix ' intelligent tools for drafting legislation, computer-supported comparison of law / editors: J.S. Svensson, J.G.J. Wassink. In Intelligent Tools for Drafting and Computer-Supported Comparison of Law -- Sixth International Conference on Legal Knowledge-based Systems Legal Knowledge-Based Systems, JURIX Koninklijke Vermande.Speaker(s): Andrew Hirshfeld, Christine Lam, D.
Brian Kacedon, Dean Alderucci, Denise M. De Mory, Diane Gabl Kratz, Douglas R. Nemec, Elizabeth Morris, Emily Lough.Complexity and complex systems describe recent developments in AI and law, legal theory, argumentation, the Semantic Web, and multi-agent systems.
The aim of the AICOL workshops is thus to offer effective support for the exchange of knowledge and methodological approaches between scholars from different scientific fields, by highlighting their.