Legal theory, sources of law, and the semantic web

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IOS Press , Amsterdam, Netherlands, Washington, DC
Law -- Methodology -- Automation, Justice, Administration of -- Automation, Semantic Web, Internet in public administr
StatementAlexander Boer.
SeriesFrontiers in artificial intelligence and applications, 0922-6389 -- v. 195, SIKS dissertation series -- no. 2009-11
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LC ClassificationsK213 .B64 2009
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Paginationviii, 307 p. :
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Open LibraryOL23693694M
ISBN 139781607500032
LC Control Number2009924846

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The Normative Order Introduction Representation of Normative Rules Normative Conflict Contrary to Duty Obligations Betterness in OWL DL Choice between Legal Rules The World Wide Web is a virtual cornucopia of legal information bearing on all manner of topics and in a spectrum of formats, much of it textual.

However, to make use of this storehouse of textual information, it must be annotated and structured in such a way as to be meaningful to people and processable by computers. One of the visions of the Semantic Web has been to. Legal Theory draws contributions not only from academic law, but from a wide range of related disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, including philosophy, political science, economics, history and Theory publishes work on a broad range of topics, including but not limited to analytical jurisprudence, normative jurisprudence, policy analyses.

The book you have in front of you is about Semantic Web technology and law. Law is something omnipresent; all citizens — at some points in their lives — have to deal with it. In addition, law involves a large group of professionals, and is a mul- billion business world wide.

This work deals with the applications of Semantic Publishing technologies in the legal domain, i.e., the use of Semantic Web technologies to address issues related to the Legal Scholarly Publishing. Research in the field of Law has a long tradition in the application of semantic technologies, such as Semantic Web and Linked Data, to real-world.

The book applies developments in linguistics to the practice of international legal interpretation, building on semantic pragmatism to overcome traditional explanations of lawmaking and to offer a fresh account of how the practice of interpretation makes international by: It suggests that legal traslation requires knowledge and expertise at different levels, linguistc, culture, legal.

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Theory of the Case Law and Legal Definition. Theory of a case refers to the comprehensive and orderly mental arrangement of principles and facts, which are conceived and constructed for the purpose of securing a judgment or decree of a court in favor of a litigant.

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Codifications date back millennia, with one early example being the Babylonian Codex Hammurabi. law [law] a uniform or constant fact or principle. For specific named laws, see under the name. law of independent assortment the members of gene pairs segregate independently during meiosis; see also mendel's laws.

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For one – our data (a.k.a. knowledge) will answer questions we haven’t yet thought to ask. From my experience inside a firm – that’s a core value lawyers bring to the table. The Semantic Web is an extension of the World Wide Web through standards set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

The goal of the Semantic Web is to make Internet data machine-readable. To enable the encoding of semantics with the data, technologies such as Resource Description Framework (RDF) and Web Ontology Language (OWL) are used.

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The spiders’ web comparison to the law has been much used and modified. Here are some examples: “Laws, like cobwebs, entangle the weak, but are broken by the strong;” “Laws are like spiders. Professor Solum is an internationally recognized expert on legal theory, who works on the philosophy of law, civil procedure, constitutional theory, Internet governance, and a variety of other topics.

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Provenance (from the French provenir, 'to come from/forth') is the chronology of the ownership, custody or location of a historical object. The term was originally mostly used in relation to works of art but is now used in similar senses in a wide range of fields, including archaeology, paleontology, archives, manuscripts, printed books and science and computing.

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The idea is to bridge the gap between research in IT law and IT-applications for lawyers developing a unifying techno-legal perspective.** This is a semi-review of THE THEORY OF LEGAL SCIENCE, by Huntington Cairns, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press (), pp.

viii,together with personal discussion of some of the implications of the themes of that book. The essential argument is that an admirable book has overshot the by: 3.International Law 1st Edition.

Martti Koskenniemi Janu This book examines various aspects of the legal sources of international law. It intends to make a contribution towards rehabilitating 'theory' - a post-realist theory which would articulate for international lawyers the experience of what some have called post-modernism.