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pragmatic legal expert system

by Popple, James

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Published by Dartmouth in Aldershot, Brookfield, USA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia.,
  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • SHYSTER.,
    • Law -- Methodology -- Data processing.,
    • Law -- Interpretation and construction -- Data processing.,
    • Expert systems (Computer science) -- Australia.,
    • Law -- Australia -- Methodology -- Data processing.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJames Popple.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsK212 .P664 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 384 p. :
      Number of Pages384
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL970340M
      ISBN 101855217392
      LC Control Number96007058

      A useful legal expert system should be capable of producing advice similar to that which one might get from a lawyer, so it should operate at the same pragmatic level of abstraction as does a lawyer—not at the more philosophical level of jurisprudence.\ud \ud A legal expert system called SHYSTER has been developed to demonstrate that a useful.   A Pragmatic Legal Expert System Citation Popple, J , A Pragmatic Legal Expert System, Applied Legal Philosophy Series, Dartmouth (Ashgate), Aldershot, May, .

      The DataLex legal workstation - integrating tools for lawyers, In: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, pp. – Kendall, D.C. (). Maps from marriages: an application of non-metric multi-dimensional scaling to parish register data, In: Hodson, Kendall, and Tauto (eds.), Anglo-Romanian. The best books on Pragmatism recommended by Robert Talisse. Pragmatism is a philosophical movement that has dominated philosophy in America from the early s to the present day, argues the philosopher and political theorist.

      mark on the expert systems that have been developed since. Even today, this expert system and its derivatives are a source of inspiration for expert system researchers. 2. Expert System Principles As an expert system is a software system, the structure of expert systems can be. The second part is focused on legal adjudication: it aims to construct a pragmatic apparatus appropriate to legal trial and/or to test the tenure of the traditional pragmatics tools in the field. The authors face questions such as: Which interesting pragmatic features emerge from legal adjudication?


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Shyster is case based legal expert system. Its knowledge is acquired by knowledge about cases. SHYSTER is a case-based legal expert system, developed by James Popple as part of his doctoral research at the Australian National s of the design, implementation, operation and testing of SHYSTER are given in his book A Pragmatic Legal Expert System ().

SHYSTER provides advice in areas of case law that have been specified by a legal expert using a specially developed. A Pragmatic Legal Expert System J Popple Dartmouth () Michael Aikenhead Centre for Law and Computing, University of Durham (A version of this paper will be published in the International Review of Law Computers and Technology.

© James Popple All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means.

A Pragmatic Legal Expert System by James Popple,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. A Pragmatic Legal Expert System: James Popple: We use cookies to give you the best possible : James Popple.

Most legal expert systems attempt to implement complex models of legal reasoning. This book argues that a complex model is unnecessary. It advocates a simpler, pragmatic approach in which the. This book aims to show that a legal expert system need not be based upon a complex model of legal reasoning in order to produce useful advice.

It advocates a pragmatic approach to the design of legal expert systems—an approach based on the way in which lawyers deal with the law.

A Pragmatic Legal Expert System. Most legal expert systems attempt to implement complex models of legal reasoning. Yet the utility of a legal expert system lies not in the extent to which it simulates a lawyer's approach to a legal problem, but in the quality of its predictions and of its arguments.

A legal expert system called SHYSTER has been developed to demonstrate that a useful legal expert system can be based upon a pragmatic approach to the law. SHYSTER has a simple representation structure which simplifies the problem of knowledge acquisition.

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National Library of Australia catalogue Call number: N P Author: Popple, James, Title: A pragmatic legal expert system. SHYSTER is a legal expert system developed at the Australian National University in Canberra in It was written as the doctoral dissertation of James Popple under the supervision of Robin Stanton, Roger Clarke, Peter Drahos, and Malcolm Newey.

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