Computable Models of the Law

Languages, Dialogues, Games, Ontologies

ISBN: 978-3-540-85568-2 (Print) 978-3-540-85569-9 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Computable Models of the Law

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      Computable Models of the Law and ICT: State of the Art and Trends in European Research

  3. I Knowledge Representation, Ontologies and XML Legislative Drafting

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      Pages 21-41

      MetaLex XML and the Legal Knowledge Interchange Format

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      Pages 42-55

      MetaVex: Regulation Drafting Meets the Semantic Web

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      Pages 56-70

      Building Semantic Resources for Legislative Drafting: The DALOS Project

  4. II Knowledge Representation, Legal Ontologies and Information Retrieval

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      Pages 71-85

      Moving in the Time: An Ontology for Identifying Legal Resources

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      Pages 86-104

      An Ontology for Spatial Regulations

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      Pages 105-112

      Supporting the Construction of Spanish Legal Ontologies with Text2Onto

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      Pages 113-129

      Dynamic Aspects of OPJK Legal Ontology

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      Pages 130-145

      Improvements in Recall and Precision in Wolters Kluwer Spain Legal Search Engine

  5. III Argumentation and Legal Reasoning

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      Pages 146-161

      Three Senses of “Argument”

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      Pages 162-184

      Constructing Legal Arguments with Rules in the Legal Knowledge Interchange Format (LKIF)

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      Pages 185-202

      Assumption-Based Argumentation for Epistemic and Practical Reasoning

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      Pages 203-218

      Computing Argumentation for Decision Making in Legal Disputes

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      Pages 219-238

      Deterrence and Defeasibility in Argumentation Process for ALIS Project

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      Pages 239-253

      Temporal Deontic Defeasible Logic: An Analytical Approach

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      Pages 254-262

      Rulebase Technology and Legal Knowledge Representation

  6. IV Normative and Multi-agent Systems

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      Pages 263-274

      Source Norms and Self-regulated Institutions

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      Pages 275-290

      Distributed Norm Enforcement: Ostracism in Open Multi-Agent Systems

  7. V Online Dispute Resolution

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      Pages 291-311

      Retrieval of Case Law to Provide Layman with Information about Liability: Preliminary Results of the BEST-Project

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      Pages 312-322

      ICT-Supported Dispute Resolution

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