Merging of legal micro-ontologies from european directives

Artificial Intelligence and Law 15 (2):187-200 (2007)
This paper describes the construction method of a legal application ontology. This method is based on the merging of micro-ontologies built from European community directives. The terminae construction method from texts enhanced by an alignment process with a core legal ontology is used for building micro-ontologies. A merging process allows constructing the legal ontology.
Keywords legal ontology  ontology alignment  ontology building from texts  ontology merging
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DOI 10.1007/s10506-007-9028-2
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