From data protection to knowledge machines: the study of law and informatics
This book is concerned with research on knowledge based systems in law from the perspective of law & lawyers, i.e. computer programs in which legal knowledge is represented in such a way that, in an interaction with the user, a legally valid conclusion is generated for a specific legal problem or question. The main purpose of this book is to contribute to academic dialogue by outlining a methodology & the related tools for the development of knowledge based systems as defined above.
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Introduction P Seipel
Privacy protection and access to information
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