Ontologies and reasoning techniques for (legal) intelligent information retrieval systems

Artificial Intelligence and Law 15 (3):251-279 (2007)
Abstract
An application of Narrative Knowledge Representation Language (NKRL) techniques on (declassified) ‘terrorism in Southern Philippines’ documents has been carried out in the context of the IST Parmenides project. This paper describes some aspects of this work: it is our belief, in fact, that the Knowledge Representation techniques and the Intelligent Information Retrieval tools used in this experiment can be of some interest also in an ‘Ontological Modelling of Legal Events and Legal Reasoning’ context.
Keywords ontologies  knowledge representation  (legal) reasoning  inference techniques
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