Book Volume 7639 2012

AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems. Models and Ethical Challenges for Legal Systems, Legal Language and Legal Ontologies, Argumentation and Software Agents

International Workshop AICOL-III, Held as Part of the 25th IVR Congress, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, August 15-16, 2011. Revised Selected Papers

ISBN: 978-3-642-35730-5 (Print) 978-3-642-35731-2 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

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  2. Models for the Legal System

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      Pages 1-32

      Compliance with Normative Systems

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      Pages 33-47

      Coherence-Based Account of the Doctrine of Consistent Interpretation

  3. Ethics and the Regulation of ICT

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      Pages 48-60

      Three Roads to Complexity, AI and the Law of Robots: On Crimes, Contracts, and Torts

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      Pages 61-72

      The Legal Challenges of Networked Robotics: From the Safety Intelligence Perspective

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      Pages 73-92

      Cloud Computting: New Research Perspectives for Computers and Law

  4. Legal Knowledge Management

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      Pages 93-105

      Balancing Rights and Values in the Italian Courts: A Benchmark for a Quantitative Analysis

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      Pages 106-115

      Survival of the Fittest: Network Analysis of Dutch Supreme Court Cases

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      Pages 116-130

      Ontology Framework for Judgment Modelling

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      Pages 131-146

      Eunomos, a Legal Document and Knowledge Management System to Build Legal Services

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      Pages 147-161

      Axioms on a Semantic Model for Legislation for Accessing and Reasoning over Normative Provisions

  5. Legal Information for Open Access

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      Pages 162-170

      An Open Access Policy for Legal Informatics Dissemination and Sharing

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      Pages 171-188

      Advancing an Open Access Publication Model for Legal Information Institutes

  6. Software Agent Systems in the Legal Domain

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      Pages 189-203

      Combinations of Normal and Non-normal Modal Logics for Modeling Collective Trust in Normative MAS

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      Pages 204-216

      Software Agents as Boundary Objects

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      Pages 217-234

      Argumentation and Intuitive Decision Making: Criminal Sentencing and Sentence Indication

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      Pages 235-244

      Application of Model-Based Diagnosis to Multi-Agent Systems Representing Public Administration

  7. Legal Language and Legal Ontology

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      Pages 245-255

      Semantic Annotation of Legal Texts through a FrameNet-Based Approach

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      Pages 256-270

      Developing a Frame-Based Lexicon for the Brazilian Legal Language: The Case of the Criminal_Process Frame

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      Pages 271-285

      Creative Commons and Grand Challenge to Make Legal Language Simple

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      Pages 286-308

      From User Needs to Expert Knowledge: Mapping Laymen Queries with Ontologies in the Domain of Consumer Mediation

  8. Back Matter

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