Making sense of evidence

Software support for crime investigations


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Bex, F., Prakken, H., & Verheij, B. (2007) Formalising Argumentative Story-based Analysis of Evidence. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law. New York, ACM Press. Winner of the Donald H. Berman Award for Best Student Paper [pdf]

Van den Braak, S., Vreeswijk, G., & Prakken, H. (2007) AVERs: An argument visualization tool for representing stories about evidence. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law. New York, ACM Press. [pdf]

Bex, F., Van den Braak, S., Van Oostendorp, H., Prakken, H., Verheij, B., & Vreeswijk, G. (to appear), Sense-making software for crime investigation: how to combine stories and arguments? To appear in Law, Probability and Risk. [pdf]

Bex, F., Prakken, H., & Verheij, B. (2006), Anchored narratives in reasoning about evidence. In T.M. van Engers (ed.), Legal Knowledge and Information Systems. JURIX 2006: The Nineteenth Annual Conference. Amsterdam, IOS Press. [pdf]

Van den Braak, S., & Vreeswijk, G. (2006), AVER: Argument visualization for evidential reasoning. In T.M. van Engers (ed.), Legal Knowledge and Information Systems. JURIX 2006: The Nineteenth Annual Conference. Amsterdam, IOS Press. [pdf]

Van den Braak, S., Van Oostendorp, H., Prakken, H., & Vreeswijk, G. (2006), A critical review of argument visualization tools: Do users become better reasoners? Workshop Notes of the ECAI-06 Workshop on Computational Models of Natural Argument. [pdf]

Van den Braak, S., & Vreeswijk, G. (2006), A knowledge representation architecture for the construction of stories based on interpretation and evidence. Workshop Notes of the ECAI-06 Workshop on Computational Models of Natural Argument. [pdf]

Previous relevant publications of project members

Bex, F. & Prakken, H. (2004), Reinterpreting arguments in dialogue: an application to evidential reasoning. T.F. Gordon (ed.), Legal Knowledge and Information Systems. JURIX 2004: The Seventeenth Annual Conference. [pdf]

Bex, F., Prakken, H., Reed, C. & Walton, D. (2003), Towards a formal account of reasoning about evidence: argumentation schemes and generalisations. Artificial Intelligence and Law 11: 125-165. [pdf]

Crombag, H.F.M., van Koppen, P.J., & Wagenaar, W.A. (1994), Dubieuze zaken: De psychologie van strafrechtelijk bewijs. Amsterdam: Contact (2e herziene druk). English edition: Wagenaar, W.A., Koppen, P.J. van & Crombag, H.F.M. (1993), Anchored Narratives. The Psychology of Criminal Evidence. London: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

Van Oostendorp. H. (ed.) (2003), Cognition in a Digital World. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Prakken, H. (2004), Analysing reasoning about evidence with formal models of argumentation. Law, Probability & Risk 3: 33-50. [pdf]

Prakken, H. & Vreeswijk, G.A.W. (2002), Encoding schemes for a discourse support system for legal argument. Workshop Notes of the ECAI-02 Workshop on Computational Models of Natural Argument. [pdf]

Verheij, B. (2001), Anchored narratives and dialectical argumentation. ICAIL-2001 Workshop on AI and Legal Evidence. [pdf]

Verheij, B. (2003), Artificial argument assistants for defeasible argumentation. Artificial Intelligence 150:291-324. [pdf]

Verheij, B. (2005), Virtual Arguments. On the Design of Argument Assistants for Lawyers and Other Arguers. T.M.C. Asser Press, The Hague.