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Book Editors IOS Press, 2003
 

Summary: Book Title
Book Editors
IOS Press, 2003
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Theory and Practice in AI and Law:
A Response to Branting
Katie Atkinson and Trevor Bench-Capon
Department of Computer Science
University of Liverpool
Liverpool L69 7ZF, UK
{katie,tbc}@csc.liv.ac.uk
Abstract.
In this paper we use our previous work which has examined the different levels
involved in reasoning about legal cases to examine some challenges to the relevance
of current theoretical work in AI and Law made by Branting. In our model we view
the process of legal reasoning as being divided into three distinct but interconnected
levels of reasoning. These levels involve a bottom layer concerning facts about the
world, a top layer concerning legal consequences, and a layer connecting the two,
with conclusions at lower levels acting as premises for higher levels. We use our
model to explain Branting's observations and show the relation with other strands

  

Source: Atkinson, Katie - Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences