Advanced lexical ontologies and hybrid knowledge based systems: First steps to a dynamic legal electronic commentary [Book Review]

Artificial Intelligence and Law 15 (2):103-115 (2007)
Abstract
Legal Information Retrieval (IR) research has stressed the fact that legal knowledge systems should be sufficiently capable to interpret and handle the semantics of a database. Modeling (expert-) knowledge by using ontologies enhances the ability to extract and exploit information from documents. This contribution presents theories, ideas and notions regarding the development of dynamic electronic commentaries based on a comprehensive legal ontology.
Keywords AI & law  electronic commentary  EWN  information retrieval  knowledge based system  legal ontology  lexical database  LOIS  thesaurus  WordNet
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