Computer Science and Law

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Brian Niblett
CUP Archive, Jun 30, 1980 - Computers - 238 pages
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Fourteen international experts consider how computers can be used to discover and apply the legal norms embedded within the woritten sources of the law in this anthology.
 

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Contents

An Introductory
7
Towards a Cognitive
23
Continued
40
Modelling Legal Rules by Computer
45
Plain Legal
75
Drafting Retrieval and Interpretation
101
Legal Norms Discretionary Rules
119
Functional Relations between Legal
137
Control Structures in Legislation
157
Tax Planning by Computer
173
Selecting Welfare Benefits by Computer
183
Automated Assembly of Legal Documents
195
Citations as a Tool for Searching
209
Computer Analysis of Judicial Decisions
219
Index
233
Copyright

Structured Programs as a Paradigm
147

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