Academiegebouw Achter Sint Pieter

JURIX-03 Accepted papers (Main Conference)

Full papers

  • Kevin D. Ashley & Stefanie Brueninghaus, University of Pittsburgh, USA. A Predictive Role for Intermediate Legal Concepts.
  • Alexander Boer, Radboud Winkels & Rinke Hoekstra, Faculty of Law, Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Knowledge management for legislative drafting in an international setting.
  • Borges Filipe, Borges Raoul, & Bourcier Daniele, Universite de Paris II-Assas, CERSA-CNRS, France. Artificial neural networks and legal categorization.
  • Alison Chorley & Trevor Bench-Capon, Department of Computer Science, The University of Liverpool, UK. Reasoning With Legal Cases as Theory Construction: Some Experimental Results.
  • Jaime Delgado, Isabel Gallego, Silvia Llorente & Roberto Garcia, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Departament de Tecnologia - Barcelona, Spain. IPROnto: An Ontology for Digital Rights Management.
  • Juan Jose Iniesta Delgado, Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de Murcia, Spain. Substitution of Legal Statement and Identification of Law.
  • Paolo Dongill & Johann Gamper, Faculty of Computer Science - Free University of Bozen/Bolzano - Italy. MIRIS Unleashed.
  • Melanie Dulong De Rosnay, CERSA - Research Centre for Administrative Science, Computer Science, Law and Linguistic Laboratory, Law University Paris-II Pantheon - Medialive, France. Cognitive interfaces for legal expressions description - Application to copyrighted works online sharing and transactions.
  • Thomas F. Gordon, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Berlin, Germany. On the Need for Standard Document Formats for eGovernance Applications of Legal Knowledge-Based Systems.
  • Nuno Graca & Paulo Quaresma, Departamento de Informatica, Universidade de Evora, Portugal.How to model legal reasoning using dynamic logic programming.
  • Pamela N. Gray, School of Law University of Western Sydney - Grays Knowledge Engiineering, Australia. A map-based expert-friendly shell.
  • Evert van Heel & Tom van Engers, Leibniz Center for Law, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. GoldminePower: Decisions in governmental process design.
  • Ghita Holmstrom-Hintikka, Boston University, USA / Syst Theol. Helsinki, Finland. Actions in legal argumentation.
  • Antoinette J. Muntjewerff, Astrid Jordaans, Rinke Hoekstra & Ronald Leenes, University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Law, Leibniz Center for Law / Open University, Faculty of Law, Heerlen, The Netherlands. Concept & Code Case Analysis and Storage Environment: CASE.
  • Pierre Renaux, Universite de Caen. CATMInE Computer Assisted Trade-Mark Infringement Evaluation.
  • Giovanni Tuzet, University of Paris XII, France / University of Turin, Italy. Legal abduction.
  • John Zeleznikow & Emilia Bellucci, Faculty of Law, University of Edinburgh, UK / Department of Computer Science, La Trobe University, Victoria Australia. Family_Winner: integrating game theory and heuristics to provide negotiation support.

Research abstracts

  • Andrade, Minho University - Law School, Portugal. Intelligent electronic inter-systemic contracting - issues on contract formation.
  • Boris Galitsky, School of Computer Science and Information Systems - Birkbeck College, University of London, UK. An interactive form for customer complaints.
  • Emile de Maat, Tom M. van Engers, University of Amsterdam, Leibniz Center for Law. Mission impossible?: Automated Norm Analysis of Legal Texts.
  • Antonino Rotolo (CIRSFID, University of Bologna, Italy), G. Governatori (University of Queensland, Australia), A computational framework for non monotonic agency institutionalized power and multi-agent systems.
  • Erich Scheighofer, Doris Liebwald & Mathias Drachsler, University of Vienna, Department of International Law, Center for Legal Informatics. Electronic Notification of Block Exempted Aid in Agriculture.
  • Clara Smith, LINTI, Facultad de Informatica, Universidad Nacional de La Plata - Argentina. On the Structure and Soundness of AI & Law Objects.