8. ICAIL 2001:
St. Louis, Missouri, USA Proceedings of the Eigths International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, ICAIL 2001, May 21-25, 2001, St. Louis, Missouri, USA. ACM, 2001, ISBN 1-58113-368-5
Information Retrieval / Development of Law
Machine Learning Approaches
Short Paper Session
Research Abstracts 1
Models of Legal Procedure / Case-Based Reasoning
- Ronald Leenes:
Burden of proof in dialogue games and Dutch civil procedure.
- Henry Prakken:
Modelling reasoning about evidence in legal procedure.
- Bram Roth:
A Typology of Moves Involved in Case Comparison.
- Karl Branting:
Advisory systems for pro se litigants.
- Jean Hall, John Zeleznikow:
Acknowledging insufficiency in the evaluation of legal knowledge-based systems: Strategies towards a broad based evaluation model.
- Tom M. van Engers:
Power: Using UML/OCL for modelling legislation - an application report.
Research Abstracts 2
Tools and Architectures
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