Proceedings

This page lists the proceedings of Jurix conferences held from 1991 until 2005. Later proceedings are accessible via the Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence and Applications series at the IOSPress booksonline portal.
1991
  • Preface, Editors, the (1991), [pdf]
  • Reasoning about definitions in statutes, Visser, P.R.S. and R.W. van Kralingen (1991), [pdf]
  • Legal reasoning and normative conflicts, Sartor, Giovanni (1991), [pdf]
  • Monological reason based reasoning, Hage, Jaap (1991), [pdf]
  • The logic of reasonable inferences, Vey Mestdagh, C.N.J de, W. Verwaard and J.H. Hoepman (1991), [pdf]
  • Animation of advice leaflets using Hypertext and Knowledge Based Systems techniques, Bench-Capon, Trevor, Paul Soper and Frans Coenen (1991), [pdf]
  • Law functions: Modelling principles in legal reasoning, “Valente, André, and Joost Breuker” (1991), [pdf]
  • Seperate modelling of user-system cooperation, Vries, W.S. de, H.J. van den Herik and A.H.J. Schmidt (1991), [pdf]
  • Isomorphic models for rules and exceptions in legislation, Prakken, Henry, and Joost Schrickx (1991), [pdf]
  • A tractable juridical KBS for applying and teaching traffic regulations, Haan, Nienke den, and Joost Breuker (1991), [pdf]

1992

  • Preface, Editors, the (1992), [pdf]
  • A Legal Hypertext System, Giorgi, R.M. di, and R. Nannucci (1992), [pdf]
  • Can Expert Systems Improve the Exercise of Judicial Discretion ?, Hassett, P. (1992), [pdf]
  • Neural Schemata in Automated Judicial Problem Solving, Groendijk, C. (1992), [pdf]
  • A Dialogical Model af Legal Reasoning, Hage, J.C., G.P.J. Span and A.R. Lodder (1992), [pdf]
  • A Model-based Approach to Legal Knowledge Engineering, Valente, A. and J.A.P.J. Breuker (1992), [pdf]
  • Expert Systems – The Need for Theory, Moles, R.N. (1992), [pdf]
  • On Legal Information Serving, Breuker, J.A.P.J. (1992), [pdf]
  • Some Designs Considerations for a Conceptual Legal Information Retrieval System, Wildemast, C.A.M. and R.V. de Mulder (1992), [pdf]
  • The Formalization of Retrieval and Advisory systems, Mariani, P., D. Tiscornia and F. Turchi (1992), [pdf]
  • TRACS: a Support Tool for Drafting and Testing Law, Haan, N. den (1992), [pdf]
  • ExpertiSZe, a Tool for Determining the Effects of Social Security Legislation, Svensson, J.S., P.J.M. Kordelaar, J.G.J. Wassink and G.J. van ‘t Eind (1992), [pdf]
  • Support for Policy Makers: Prospects for Knowledge Based Systems, Bench-Capon, Trevor (1992), [pdf]
  • Taxes and Data, Lunteren, J.N. van (1992), [pdf]
  • Governmental Threat to Privacy in The Netherlands, Holvast, J. (1992), [pdf]
  • Electronic Data Exchange to Save the Welfare State, Kam, C.A. de (1992), [pdf]
  • The Sentence, the Punishment and the Prosecution, Koppen, P.J. van (1992), [pdf]
  • Instruments for Sound Sentencing, Meijers, L.C. (1992), [pdf]
  • Uniformity and Sentencing Policy, Leijten, J.C.M. (1992), [pdf]
  • Coordinating Information Technology in Administration, Dales, C.I., Minister of the Interior (1992), [pdf]

1993

  • Preface, Editors, the (1993), [pdf]
  • Adequacy of unemployment schemes: an application of microsimulation in comparative analysis, De Lathouwer, Lieve (1993), [pdf]
  • A frame-work for law comparison, Guidotti, Paolo and Fabrizio Turchi (1993), [pdf]
  • Supporting the drafting of a new dutch national assistance act with ExpertiSZe, Kordelaar, Patries (1993), [pdf]
  • Leda: a semi-intelligent legislative drafting-support system, Voermans, Wim and Egon Verharen (1993), [pdf]
  • The decision table technique as part of a computer supported procedure of legal drafting, Buggenhout, T. Van, J. Vanthienen, J. Schepers, B. Van Buggenhout, G. Wets and L. De Smedt (1993), [pdf]
  • Why some hard cases remain unsolved, “Barragán, Julia” (1993), [pdf]
  • Using knowledge based micro simulation in analysing the application of legislation, “Svensson, Jörgen” (1993), [pdf]
  • An information network for legislative engineering, Hage, Jaap (1993), [pdf]
  • An incremental approach to legal drafting support, Groendijk, Cees and Henning Herrestad (1993), [pdf]
  • Towards support tools for drafting legislation, Haan, Nienke Den (1993), [pdf]
  • Norm frames in the representation of laws, Kralingen, Robert Van, Eduard Oskamp and Edwin Reurings (1993), [pdf]
  • The possibilities and limitations of using intelligent tools for drafting legislation, Eijlander, Philip (1993), [pdf]

1994

  • Preface, Editors, the (1994), [pdf]
  • Ontologies: the Missing Link Between Legal Theory and AI & Law, Valente, A., and J. Breuker (1994), [pdf]
  • Two Metaphors for Reasoning, Hage, J.C. (1994), [pdf]
  • Multi Preference Semantics for a Defeasible Deontic Logic, Tan, Y-H., and L.W.N. van der Torre (1994), [pdf]
  • Legal Theory and the Design of MILIEU, Groendijk, C., and M. Tragter (1994), [pdf]
  • Probability and Story-Telling: Normative and Descriptive Models of Juridical Proof, Hamer, D., and D. Hunter (1994), [pdf]
  • A General Theory of Artificial Intelligence and Law, Wahlgren, P. (1994), [pdf]
  • Reasoning by Analogy: A Formal Reconstruction, Verheij, B., and J. Hage (1994), [pdf]
  • Looking for Law in all the Wrong Places: Legal Theory and Legal Neural Networks, Hunter, D. (1994), [pdf]
  • The Deep Structure of Law, Haan, N. den, and R. Winkels (1994), [pdf]
  • Legal Theory and Legal KBS: A Computer Scientist’s Perspective, Bench-Capon, T.J.M. (1994), [pdf]
  • From Jhering to Alexy – Using Artificial Intelligence Models in Jurisprudence, Gordon, Th.F. (1994), [pdf]
  • Legal Knowledge Representation in the Perspective of Legal Theory, Brouwer, P.W. (1994), [pdf]

1995

  • Preface, Editors, the (1995), [pdf]
  • Argument in Artificial Intelligence and Law, Bench-Capon, Trevor (1995), [pdf]
  • A telematics union, Janssen van Raay, J.L. (1995), [pdf]
  • The PALMA project on European co-operation: How IT-applications lead to communication, Feyter, C.A. de (1995), [pdf]
  • LACA: An architecture for legal agents, Heesen, Constantijn, Vincent Homburg and Margriet Offereins (1995), [pdf]
  • Towards the development of selection criteria for the regulation of EDI, Mitrakas, Andreas (1995), [pdf]
  • Knowledge-based systems and distributed processing models, Guidotti, Paolo, and Fabrizio Turchi (1995), [pdf]
  • A simulation model for the Dutch asylum procedure: a different approach of law and AI, “Grütters, Carolus” (1995), [pdf]
  • Computer supported contract negotiation: CONTRACT NEGOTIATOR – an experimental prototype, Akroyd, Robert I. and John S. Edwards (1995), [pdf]
  • Large-scale computer networks and the future of legal knowledge-based systems, “Leenes, Ronald, and Jörgen Svensson” (1995), [pdf]
  • Statistical and neural approaches to smart-money determination, Groendijk, Cees, and Maaike Tragter (1995), [pdf]
  • Structure-preserving representations of complex references, Peek, Niels (1995), [pdf]
  • or: How to interpret O(p)?”, “Royakkers, Lambèr, and Frank Dignum”;”The idea of obligation (1995), [pdf]
  • Regulative effects of legal decision support systems, Tragter, Maaike, and Anja Oskamp (1995), [pdf]
  • STATUTOR: Too intelligent by half?, Centinia, F., T. Routen, A. Hartmann and C. Hegarty (1995), [pdf]
  • A model-based computer system for teaching legal case solving”, Muntjewerff, Antoinette, and Radboud Winkels;”ROSA (1995), [pdf]

1996

  • Preface, Editors, the (1996), [pdf]
  • Constructing Normative Rules, Haan, Nienke den, and Joost Breuker (1996), [pdf]
  • Using set-of-support control strategy to deal with indeterminacy in legal reasoning, Indurkhya, Bipin (1996), [pdf]
  • Legal reasoning by structural analogy based on goal dependent abstraction, Kakuta, Tokuyasu, Makoto Haraguchi and Yoshiaki Okubo (1996), [pdf]
  • Automating legal reasoning in discretionary domains, Stranieri, Andrew, and John Zeleznikow (1996), [pdf]
  • Word use in legal texts: statistical facts and practical applicability, Noortwijk, Kees van, and Richard V. De Mulder (1996), [pdf]
  • A framework for self-explaining legal documents, Branting, L. Karl, and James C. Lester (1996), [pdf]
  • A task-based hyperindex for legal databases, Matthijssen, Luuk (1996), [pdf]
  • Salomon: automatic abstracting of legal cases for effective access to court decisions, Uyttendaele, Caroline, Marie-Francine Moens, Jos Dumortier (1996), [pdf]
  • A generic model for the interpretation of vague norms, Quast, Jeannette, Jaap van den Herik and Leo Aarts (1996), [pdf]
  • An integrated view on rules and principles, Verheij, Bart (1996), [pdf]
  • The formal specification of a legal ontology, Visser, Pepijn, and Trevor Bench-Capon (1996), [pdf]
  • Deep models, ontologies and legal knowledge based systems, Bench-Capon, T.J.M., and P.R.S.Visser (1996), [pdf]

1997

  • From Chess Moves to Legal Decisions: A Position Statement, Herik, H.J. van den (1997), [pdf]
  • Artificial Blue and Deep Intelligence, Paliwala, Abdul (1997), [pdf]
  • Arguing with Cases, Bench-Capon, T.J.M. (1997), [pdf]
  • Case-based Retrieval of Refugee Review Tribunal Text Cases, Yearwood, John (1997), [pdf]
  • A Knowledge Based Architecture Framework for Integrated Services in an Administrative Law Environment, Lange, Anneke de, and Peter Schipper (1997), [pdf]
  • Towards Distributed Legal Information Systems: A Discussion of Ontology Mismatches, Visser, Pepijn R.S. (1997), [pdf]
  • Assessing Arguments in the Abstract: Some Problems with Argumentation Frameworks, Palmer, James (1997), [pdf]
  • Procedural Arguments, Lodder, Arno R. (1997), [pdf]
  • States of Affaires, Events, and Rules: An Abstract Model of Law, Verheij, Bart, and Jaap Hage (1997), [pdf]
  • Foreword, Editors, the (1997), [pdf]
  • Keynote address: AN INTELLECTUAL CELEBRATION: 10 YEARS OF JURIX CONFERENCES, Paliwala, Abdul (1997), [pdf]

1998

  • Foreword, The editors (1998), [pdf]
  • Specification and Implementation of Toulmin Dialogue Game, Bench-Capon, Trevor J.M (1998), [pdf]
  • An Architecture to Legal Distributed Case Representation, “Costa, Marco, Orlando Sousa and José Neves” (1998), [pdf]
  • An Actual Application of an Analogical Legal Reasoning System Dependent on Legal Purposes, Kakuta, Tokuyasu and Makotot Haraguchi (1998), [pdf]
  • On structure and Naturalness in Dialogical Models of Argumentation, Lodder, Arno R. (1998), [pdf]
  • AI & Criminal Law: Past, Present & Future, Lodder, Arno R., Anja Oskamp and Marius J.A. Duker (1998), [pdf]
  • On the Ontological Status and Representation of Legal Concepts, Mommers, Laurens (1998), [pdf]
  • PROSA. A Computer Program as Instructional Environment for Supporting the Learning of Legal Case Solving, Muntjewerff, Antoinette, and Jolanda Groothuismink (1998), [pdf]
  • The Role of Open Texture and Stare Decisis in Data Mining Discretion, Stranieri, Andrew, and John Zeleznikow (1998), [pdf]
  • ArguMed – A Template-Based Argument Mediation System for Lawyers, Verheij, Bart, (1998), [pdf]
  • Assesment Based Legal Information Serving and Cooperative Dialogue in CLIME, Winkels, Radboud, Alexander W.F. Boer, Joost A. Breuker and Doeko J.B. Bosscher (1998), [pdf]

1999

  • Computer-mediated collaborative learning of legal argumentation, Bench-Capon, Trevor J.M., and Paul H. Leng (1999), [pdf]
  • Managing legal precedents with Case Retrieval Nets, “Costa, Marco, Orlando Sousa and José Neves” (1999), [pdf]
  • Legislative technique as basis of a legislative drafting system, Debaene, Stijn, Raf van Kuyck and Bea Van Buggenhout (1999), [pdf]
  • On the formal analysis of normative conflicts, Elhag, Abdullatif A.O., Joost A.P.J. Breuker and Bob W. Brouwer (1999), [pdf]
  • Rule consistency, Hage, Jaap (1999), [pdf]
  • DiaLaw: levels, dialog trees, convincing arguments, Lodder, Arno R. (1999), [pdf]
  • Knowledge criteria for the evaluation of legal beliefs, Mommers, Laurens, and H. Jaap van den Herik (1999), [pdf]
  • On formalising burden of proof in legal argument, Prakken, Henry (1999), [pdf]
  • Mapping inference trees to document structure for text generation in refugee determinations, Stranieri, Andrew, John Yearwood and John Zeleznikow (1999), [pdf]
  • Logic, context and valid inference. Or: can there be a logic of law, Verheij, Bart (1999), [pdf]
  • Preface, Herik, H.Jaap van den, Marie-Francine Moens, Jon Bing, Bea van Buggenhout, John Zeleznikow, Carolus (1999), [pdf]
  • Demonstrations (1999), [pdf]

2000

  • Expert system support and juridical quality, “Groothuis, Marga M., and Jörgen S. Svensson” (2000), [pdf]
  • User interaction with legal knowledge-based systems, Dijkstra, Jaap (2000), [pdf]
  • A model of the development of distinctions in case law, Henderson, John and Trevor Bench-Capon (2000), [pdf]
  • Model checking contractual protocols, Daskalopulu, Aspassia (2000), [pdf]
  • An exercise in formalising teleological case-based reasoning, Prakken, Henry (2000), [pdf]
  • Goal-Based theory evaluation, Hage, Jaap (2000), [pdf]
  • Using values and theories to resolve disagreement in law, Bench-Capon, Trevor, and Giovanni Sartor (2000), [pdf]
  • Extended conceptual retrieval, Winkels, Radboud, Doeko Bosscher, Alexander Boer, Rinke Hoekstra (2000), [pdf]
  • The Consultancy game, Boer, Alexander (2000), [pdf]
  • New reasoning patterns in analogical legal case-based reasoning: an informal investigation, Roth, Bram (2000), [pdf]
  • On automatic causal reasoning for legal analysis, Lehmann, Jos, and Joost Breuker (2000), [pdf]
  • Combining deontic and action logics for collective agency, “Royakkers, Lambèr” (2000), [pdf]
  • Preface, joost Breuker, Ronald Leenes and Radboud Winkels (2000), [pdf]

2001

  • The Role of Verification in Improving the Quality of Legal Decision-Making, Spreeuwenberg, Silvie, Tom van Engers & Rik Gerrits (2001), [pdf]
  • Preparing Knowledge Management for Law Practice, Apistola, Martin and Anja Oskamp (2001), [pdf]
  • The Dialectics of Case Comparison: a Formal Reconstruction, Roth, Bram (2001), [pdf]
  • Back to the Future: Dimensions Revisited, Bench-Capon, Trevor J.M. and Edwina L. Rissland (2001), [pdf]
  • A Quantitative Approach to Theory Coherence, Bench-Capon, Trevor J.M. and Giovanni Sartor (2001), [pdf]
  • Towards the Application of Association Rules for Defeasible Rule Discovery, Governatori, Guido and Andrew Stranieri (2001), [pdf]
  • What to Expect from Legal Logic?, Hage, Jaap (2001), [pdf]
  • Contrary to Duty Obligations ? A Study in Legal Ontology, Hage, Jaap (2001), [pdf]
  • Some Operators for Refinement of Normative Systems, “Maranhão, Juliano S. A.” (2001), [pdf]
  • eADR ? A Simple Tool to Structure the Information Exchange between Parties in Online Alternative Dispute Resolution, Lodder, Arno R. and Paul E.M. Huygen (2001), [pdf]
  • Reconstructing Causal Reasoning about Evidence: a Case Study, Prakken, Henry and Silja Renooij (2001), [pdf]
  • Preface, the editors (2001), [pdf]

2002

  • METALex: Legislation in XML, Boer, Alexander, Rinke Hoekstra, Radboud Winkels (2002), [pdf]
  • Semantic Enrichment of a Web Legal, Saias, Jose & Paulo Quaresma (2002), [pdf]
  • For the Automated Mark-Up of Italian Legislative Texts in XML, Bolioli, Andrea, Luca Dini, Pietro Mercatali, Francesco Romano (2002), [pdf]
  • The Role of Connections as Minimal Norms in Normative Systems, Odelstad, Jan & Lars Lindahl (2002), [pdf]
  • Declarative Power, Representation, and Mandate. A Formal Analysis, Gelati, Jonathan, Guido Governatori, Antonino Rotolo, Giovanni Sartor (2002), [pdf]
  • A Path of Discontinuity: The TAXIS Case as a Transition from e-Government to e-Regulation, Tsiavos, Prodromos, Steve Smithson, Spyros Kotyvos (2002), [pdf]
  • The Effect of Formal Representation Formats on the Quality of Legal Decision-Making, van Engers, Tom, Liesbeth van Driel, Margherita Boekenoogen (2002), [pdf]
  • Ontologies for Legal Information Serving and Knowledge Management, Breuker, Joost, Abdullatif Elhag, Emil Petkov, Radboud Winkels (2002), [pdf]
  • What Information Retrieval Can Learn from Case-Based Reasoning, Marie-Francine Moens (2002), [pdf]
  • Incomplete Arguments in Legal Discourse: a Case Study, Henry Prakken (2002), [pdf]
  • Representation of Case Law as an Argumentation Framework, Trevor Bench-Capon (2002), [pdf]
  • A Connectionist Model to Justify the Reasoning of the Judge, Borges, Filipe, Raoul Borges, Daniele Bourcier (2002), [pdf]
  • The Use of Legal Knowledge-Based Systems in Public Administration: What Can Go Wrong?, Bruin, Hugo de, Henry Prakken, Jorgen Svensson (2002), [pdf]
  • Principled and Structured Design of Electronic Materials for Learning the Law, Muntjewerff, Antoinette J. (2002), [pdf]
  • The Development and Rapid Evaluation of the Knowledge Model of ADVOKATE: an Advisory System to Assess the Credibility of Eyewitness Testimony, Bromby, Michael C. & Maria Jean J. Hall (2002), [pdf]

2003

  • Case Analysis and Storage Environment: CASE, Muntjewerff, Antoinette J., Astrid Jordaans, Rinke Hoekstra, Ronald Leenes (2003), [pdf]
  • Artificial Neural Networks and Legal Categorization, Borges, Filipe, Raoul Borges, Dani`ele Bourcier (2003), [pdf]
  • Family Winner: Integrating Game Theory and Heuristics to Provide Negotiation Support, Zeleznikow, John & Emilia Bellucci (2003), [pdf]
  • Actions in Legal Argumentation, “Holmström-Hintikka, Ghita” (2003), [pdf]
  • Legal Abductions, Tuzet, Giovanni (2003), [pdf]
  • A Map-Based Expert-Frendly Shell, Gray, Pamela N. and Gray, Xenogene (2003), [pdf]
  • CATMInE – Computer Assisted Trade-Mark Infringement Evaluation, Renaux, Pierre (2003), [pdf]
  • GoldminePower: Decisions in Governmental Process Design, Van Heel, Evert and Van Engers, Tom M. (2003), [pdf]
  • A Use Case Analysis of Legal Knowledge-Based Systems, Gordon, Thomas F. (2003), [pdf]
  • Knowledge Management for Legislative Drafting in an International Setting, Boer, Alexander and Winkels, Radboud and Hoekstra, Rinke and Van Engers, Tom M. (2003), [pdf]
  • Substitution of Legal Statement and Identification of Law, “Iniesta Delgado, Juan José” (2003), [pdf]
  • IPROnto: An Ontology for Digital Rights Management, “Delgado, Jaime and Gallego, Isabel and Llorente, Silvia and García, Roberto” (2003), [pdf]
  • Cognitive Interfaces for Legal Expressions Description åÐ Application to Copyrighted Works Online Sharing and Transactions, Dulong de Rosnay, Melanie (2003), [pdf]
  • MIRIS Unleashed, Dongilli, Paolo and Gamper, Johann (2003), [pdf]
  • An Interactive Form for Customer Complaints: Matching the Cases, Galitsky, Boris (2003), [pdf]
  • Mission Impossible?: Automated Norm Analysis of Legal Texts, De Maat, Emile and Van Engers, Tom (2003), [pdf]
  • Law Objects”, Smith, Clara;”On the Structure and Soundness of AI & (2003), [pdf]
  • Electronic Notification of Block Exempted State Aid, Schweighofer, Erich and Liebwald, Doris and Drachsler, Mathias (2003), [pdf]
  • Intelligent Electronic Inter-Systemic Contracting – Issues on Contract Formation, Andrade, Francisco C.P. (2003), [pdf]
  • A Computational Framework for Non-Monotonic Agency, Institutionalised Power and Multi-Agent Systems, Governatori, Guido and Rotolo, Antonino (2003), [pdf]
  • A Predictive Role for Intermediate Legal Concepts, “Ashley, Kevin D. and Brüninghaus, Stefanie” (2003), [pdf]
  • How to model legal reasoning using dynamic logic programming: a preliminary report, Graca, Nuno and Quaresma, Paulo (2003), [pdf]
  • Reasoning With Legal Cases as Theory Construction: Some Experimental Results, Chorley, Alison and Bench-Capon, Trevor (2003), [pdf]

2004

  • Preface, Thomas F. Gordon (2004), [pdf]
  • XML Retrieval Models for Legislation, Marie-Francine Moens (2004), [pdf]
  • LetSum, an Automatic Legal Text Summarizing System, Atefeh Farzindar and Guy Lapalme (2004), [pdf]
  • A Content Management System Based on an Event-based Model of Version Management Information in Legislation, Alexander Boer, Radboud Winkels, Tom M. van Engers and Emile de Maat (2004), [pdf]
  • Sentence Classification Experiments for Legal Text Summarization, Ben Hachey and Claire Grover (2004), [pdf]
  • “Models of Novelle”" and Normative Grammar”"”, Andrea Bolioli, Luca Dini, Pietro Mercatali and Francesco Romano (2004), [pdf]
  • A Case Study on Automated Norm Extraction, Tom M. van Engers, Ron van Gog and Kamal Sayah (2004), [pdf]
  • DIRECT: Ontology-based Discovery of Responsibility and Causality in Case Descriptions, Joost Breuker and Rinke Hoekstra (2004), [pdf]
  • The SEKT Legal Use Case Components: Ontology and Architecture, Richard Benjamins, Jes̼s Contreras, Mercedes BlÌÁzques, LuÌ_s Rodrigo, Pompeu Casanovas, Marta Poblet (2004), [pdf]
  • Construction of a Legal ONtology from a European Community Legislative Text, Sylvie Despres and Sylvie Szulman (2004), [pdf]
  • AGATHA: Automation of the Construction of Theories in Case Law Domains, Alison Chorley and Trevor Bench-Capon (2004), [pdf]
  • Dialectical Arguments and Case Comparison, Bram Roth and Bart Verheij (2004), [pdf]
  • “Murdered by persons unknown”" – Speculative Reasoning in Law and Logic”"”, Jeroen Keppens and Burkhard Schafer (2004), [pdf]
  • Reinterpreting ARguments in Dialogue: An Application to Evidential Reasoning, Floris Bex and Henry Prakken (2004), [pdf]
  • Internet, Portal to Justice?, Tom M. van Engers, Radboud Winkels, Alexander Boer and Emile de Maat (2004), [pdf]
  • Modeling Contracts using RuleML, Guido Governatori and Antonino Rotolo (2004), [pdf]

2005

  • Preface, Marie-Francine Moens (2005), [pdf]
  • Theory and Practice in AI and Law: A Response to Branting, Katie Atkinson, Trevor Bench-Capon (2005), pp. 1-12, [pdf]
  • Norm Modifications in Defeasible Logic, Guido Governatori, Monica Palmirani, Regis Riveret, Antonio Rotolo, Giovanni Sartor (2005), pp. 13-22, [pdf]
  • Making Sense of Coherence. The Level Theory of Coherence, Luc J. Wintgens (2005), pp. 23-24, [pdf]
  • Mixing Legal and Non-legal Norms, Alexander Boer, Tom van Engers, Radboud Winkels (2005), pp. 25-36, [pdf]
  • Regulations Expressed As Logical Models (REALM), Christopher Giblin, Alice Y. Liu, Samuel Müller, Birgit Pfitzmann, Xin Zhou (2005), pp. 37-48, [pdf]
  • Assumption Based Peg Unification for Crime Scenario Modelling, Jeroen Keppens, Burkhard Schafer (2005), pp. 49-58, [pdf]
  • Dynamics of Rule Revision and Strategy Revision in Legislative Games, Moshe Looks, Ronald P. Loui, Barry Z. Cynamon (2005), pp. 59-68, [pdf]
  • Automated Analysis of Reasoning and Argumentation Structures in Texts, Helmut Horacek (2005), p.96, [pdf]
  • Automatic Translation from Textual Representations of Laws to Formal Models through UML, Pietro Mercatali, Francesco Romano, Luciano Boschi, Emilio Spinicci (2005), pp. 71-80, [pdf]
  • Some Foundational Linguistic Elements for QA Systems: an Application to E-government Services, Farida Aouladomar (2005), pp. 81-90, [pdf]
  • A Question Answer System for Legal Information Retrieval, Paulo Quaresma, Irene Pimenta Rodrigues (2005), pp. 91-100, [pdf]
  • How Technology Can Help Reducing the Legal Burden, Tom van Engers, Ron van Gog, Arian Jacobs (2005), pp. 101-102, [pdf]
  • A Semantics-based Visual Framework for Planning a New Bill, Carlo Biagioli, Enrico Francesconi (2005), pp. 103-104, [pdf]
  • The Desocialization of the Courts, Sentencing Decision Support and Plea Bargaining, Andrew Vincent, John Zeleznikow (2005), pp. 105-106, [pdf]
  • Towards Modeling Systematic Interpretation of Codified Law, Matthias Grabmair, Kevin D. Ashley (2005), pp. 107-108, [pdf]
  • Large-Scale Linguistic Ontology as a Basis for Text Categorization of Legislative Documents, Natalia Loukachevitch, Boris Dobrov (2005), pp. 109-110, [pdf]
  • Game Mechanisms & Procedural Fairness, Moshe Looks, Ronald P. Loui (2005), pp. 111-112, [pdf]
  • Practical Reasoning and Proposing: Tools for e-Democracy, Douglas Walton (2005), pp. 113-114, [pdf]
  • The Legal Concepts and the Layman’s Terms – Bridging the Gap through Ontology-Based Reasoning about Liability, Ronny van Laarschot, Wouter van Steenbergen, Heiner Stuckenschmidt, Arno R. Lodder, Frank van Harmelen (2005), pp. 115-125, [pdf]
  • Validating an Automated Evaluation Procedure for Ontology Triples in the Privacy Domain, Peter Spyns, Giles Hogben (2005), pp. 127-136, [pdf]
  • An Ontological Approach for the Management of Rights Data Dictionaries, Roberto García, Jaime Delgado (2005), pp. 137-146, [pdf]
  • Using Legal Definitions to Increase the Accessibility of Legal Documents, Laurens Mommers, Wim Voermans (2005), pp. 147-156, [pdf]
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