University of Pittsburgh

Accepted Papers

  1. Semantic Models for Policy Deliberation, Katie M. Atkinson, Trevor J. M. Bench-Capon, Dan Cartwright, and Adam Z. Wyner
  2. Argument schemes for two-phase democratic deliberation, Trevor Bench-Capon, Henry Prakken and Wietske Visser
  3. Legal Shifts in the Process of Proof, Floris Bex and Bart Verheij
  4. An Agent-based Legal Knowledge Acquisition Methodology for Agile Public Administration, Alexander Boer and Tom van Engers
  5. Modeling Authority Commitments in Two Search and Seizure Cases, Matthew Carey
  6. Public Record Aggregation Using Semi-supervised Entity Resolution, Jack G. Conrad, Christopher Dozier, Hugo Molina-Salgado, Merine Thomas, and Sriharsha Veeramachaneni
  7. A Corpus of Australian Contract Language: Description, Profiling and Analysis, Michael Curtotti and Eric C. McCreath
  8. On the Relationship between Carneades and Defeasible Logic, Guido Governatori
  9. Facilitating Case Comparison Using Value Judgments and Intermediate Legal Concepts, Matthias Grabmair and Kevin D. Ashley
  10. Reasons and Precedent,  John F. Horty
  11. On Extracting Arguments from Bayesian Network Representations of Evidential Reasoning, Jeroen Keppens
  12. On Using Text Analytics for Event Studies, Max R. Kimbrough, Steven O. Kimbrough, and Priscilla Murphy
  13. Can Temporal Representation and Reasoning make a Difference in Automated Legal Reasoning? Lessons from an AI-based Ethical Reasoner, Bruce M. McLaren and Kevin D. Ashley
  14. Catching Gray Cygnets: An Initial Exploration, Edwina L. Rissland and Xiaoxi Xu
  15. Temporal Accommodation of Legal Argumentation, Régis Riveret, Antonino Rotolo, Giuseppe Contissa, Giovanni Sartor, and Wamberto Vasconcelos
  16. Applying Key Phrase Extraction to Aid Invalidity Search, Manisha Verma and Vasudeva Varma
  17. Towards Formalising Argumentation about Legal Cases, Adam Z. Wyner, Trevor J. M. Bench-Capon, and Katie M. Atkinson

Research Abstracts

  1. Using an OWL Ontology to Support Legal Negotiation about Owners Corporation Disputes, Brooke Abrahams, Peter Condliffe, and John Zeleznikow        
  2. Modelling Semantic Profiles in Legislative Documents for Enhanced Norm Accessibility, T. Agnoloni and E. Francesconi     
  3. Analogy, Similarity and Factors, Michał Araszkiewicz  
  4. A method for explaining and predicting trends: an application to the Dutch justice system, Susan W. van den Braak, Anne Sonnenschein, Sunil Choenni, and Paul R. Smit
  5. Retrieving Information in Online Dispute Resolution Platforms: A Hybrid Method Davide Carneiro, Paulo Novais, Francisco Andrade and José Neves
  6. Intelligent Evaluation of Evidence using Wigmore Diagrams, Michal Chalamish, Dov Gabbay, and Uri Schild       
  7. Towards a dynamic metalogic implementation of legal argumentation, Jenny Eriksson Lundström, Giacomo Aceto, and Andreas Hamfelt
  8. Analyzing Open Source License Compatibility Issues with Carneades,  Thomas F. Gordon
  9. Causal Argumentation Schemes to Support Sense-Making in Clinical Genetics and Law, Nancy L. Green
  10. Discovering Coherence and Justification Clusters in Digital Transcripts using Epistemic Analysis, Cameron Hughes  and Tracey Hughes 
  11. Intelligent Tools for Managing Legal Choices, Marc Lauritsen       
  12. FrameNet Model of the Suspension of Norms, Monica Palmirani, Marcello Ceci, Daniele Radicioni, and Alessandro Mazzei   
  13. Modelling Temporal Legal Rules, Monica Palmirani, Guido Governatori, and Giuseppe Contissa,     
  14. Adapting Specialized Legal Metadata to the Digital Environment: The Code of Federal Regulations Parallel Table of Authorities and Rules, Robert C. Richards, Jr. and Thomas R. Bruce         
  15. Risk Analysis for Intellectual Property Litigation, Mihai Surdeanu, Ramesh Nallapati, George Gregory, Joshua Walker, and Christopher D.  Manning      
  16. The Systematization of Law in Terms of the Validity, Hajime Yoshino
  17. Classifying Online Dispute Resolution by comparing family mediation and the Israel – Palestinian dispute, John Zeleznikow and Emilia Bellucci
  18. Modelling of A'fortiori Reasoning, Tomasz Zurek       

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