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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Truth and Consequence: Complementing Logic with Values in Legal Reasoning
Bench-Capon T. J. M.
The Jama Legal Narrative Part I: The JAMA Model and Narrative Interpretation Patterns
Geiger A.; Nissan E.; Stollman A.
The Jama Legal Narrative Part II: A Foray into Concepts of Improbability
Belief Revision as Applied within a Descriptive Model of Jury Deliberations
Dragoni A.F.; Giorgini P.; Nissan E.
Rules and Principles in Legal Reasoning. A Study of Vagueness and Collisions in Artificial Intelligence and Law
Intelligent Systems to Support Deliberative Democracy in Environmental Regulation
McBurney P.; Parsons S.
The Conflict between Prosecution and Defense in a Child Sexual Abuse Case and in an Attempted Homicide Case
Gulotta G.; Zappalà A.
Copyright Regulation with Argumentation Agents
Stranieri A.; Zeleznikow J.
Case-based Sentencing Using a Tree of Legal Concepts
Hacohen-Kerner Y.; Schild U. J.
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