Computer Science and Law
CUP Archive, Jun 30, 1980 - Computers - 238 pages
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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Towards a Cognitive
Modelling Legal Rules by Computer
Drafting Retrieval and Interpretation
Legal Norms Discretionary Rules
Functional Relations between Legal
Structured Programs as a Paradigm
action norm ambiguity analysis APCN apodosis application argument Artificial Intelligence basic benefits citation Community Law COMPLEX LEGAL NORM computer programs concepts constraints corporation court decision decision box defined sense defined term definition DENDRAL deontic system discretion discretionary norms drafter entitled example expression form documents giver grundnorm Hohfeldian holiday IF-THEN ILL-DRAFTED implementing indicate instance interpretation jurisdiction law machine lawyer legal documents legal drafting legal reasoning legal regulations legal sources legislation LEGOL Macomber McCarty meaning methods normalised NORMALIZED obligatory operator Oslo patent person Phellis possible problem procedure processor programming language protasis question reality interface reference relevant represented result retrieval rules SARA semantic Sentence simple specific stare decisis statement statute stock dividend STOCKHOLDING structure norms Structured Programming syntactic syntactic ambiguities TAXMAN techniques template testator tion unless value added tax W's are obligated W's are permitted