Comment on Lowrance's Graphical manipulation of evidence in structured arguments
Author: Ashley, Kevin D.
Source: Law, Probability and Risk, Volume 6, Numbers 1-4, 10 October 2007 , pp. 241-245(5)
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Abstract:Lowrance's use of template-based structured argumentation and a collaborative tool in which graphical depictions convey lines of reasoning from evidence to conclusions has real potential for supporting legal tasks such as complaint drafting, especially if the tool were extended in various ways.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2007-10-10
- The journal publishes papers that deal with topics on the interface of law and probabilistic reasoning. These are interpreted broadly to include aspects relevant to the interpretation of scientific evidence, the assessment of uncertainty and the assessment of risk. The readership is primarily academic lawyers, mathematicians, statisticians and social scientists with interests in quantitative reasoning.