Artificial Intelligence and Law 15 (2):83-102 (2007)
|Abstract||Accessing legislation via the Internet is more and more frequent. As a result, systems that allow consultation of law texts are becoming more and more powerful. This paper presents DARES, a generic system which can be adapted to any domain to handle documents production needs. It is based on an annotation engine which allows obtaining XML documents inputs as required by the system, and on an XML fragments recombining system. The latter operates using a fragment manipulation functions toolbox to generate new documents. To validate this system, we have tried to apply it to the domain of law through the consolidation problem.|
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