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Legal Knowledge Representation, Automatic Text Analysis In Public
     

Legal Knowledge Representation, Automatic Text Analysis In Public

by Schweighofer
 

ISBN-10: 9041111484

ISBN-13: 9789041111487

Pub. Date: 10/01/1999

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory

This volume is a presentation of all methods of legal knowledge representation from the point of view of jurisprudence as well as computer science. A new method of automatic analysis of legal texts is presented in four case studies. Law is seen as an

Overview

This volume is a presentation of all methods of legal knowledge representation from the point of view of jurisprudence as well as computer science. A new method of automatic analysis of legal texts is presented in four case studies. Law is seen as an

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789041111487
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory
Publication date:
10/01/1999
Series:
Law and Electronic Commerce Series
Pages:
446
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Preface, List of abbreviations, List of figures CHAPTER I Introduction CHAPTER II Informatics and Law 2.1. Considerations for a scientific theory of legal informatics 2.2. Legal informatics and jurisprudence 2.3. Legal informatics, public international and European law 2.4. Information and jurisprudence 2.5. The law-making and law-application process CHAPTER III Legal Knowledge Representation 3.1. Conventional knowledge representation: legal documentation and legal structural knowledge 3.2. Knowledge representation in IR systems 3.3. Knowledge representation in AI and law CHAPTER IV Information Model of Public International and European Law 4.1. Public international law 4.2. European law CHAPTER V Knowledge-Based Model for Semi-Automatic Analysis of Legal Texts 5.1. Means of automatic knowledge representation 5.2. KONTERM workstation 5.3. Jurisprudential input 5.4. Text corpus 5.5. Structure of the documents and segmentation 5.6. Natural-language processing 5.7. Knowledge base 5.8. Document description and analysis 5.9. Description of the document space 5.10. Knowledge base and text corpus CHAPTER VI Case Studies of Public International and European Law 6.1. Case study I: public international law treaties 6.2. Case study II: Reservations to the human right conventions 6.3. Case study III: Most important EC documents (esp. ECJ judgments) 6.4. Case study IV: EC documents (esp. ECJ judgments on public enterprises) 6.5. Summarizing evaluation of the case studies References, Appendixes, Index

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