Analyzing government regulations using structural and domain information

@article{Lau2005AnalyzingGR,
  title={Analyzing government regulations using structural and domain information},
  author={Gloria T. Lau and Kincho H. Law and Gio Wiederhold},
  journal={Computer},
  year={2005},
  volume={38},
  pages={70-76}
}
Government regulations, by extending laws with specific guidance for corporate and public actions, provide an important societal benefit. Ideally, they should be intelligible to ordinary citizens as well as rule makers, but the volume of regulations coupled with heavy referencing between provisions limit their accessibility. Apart from the difficulties in locating and understanding a particular regulation, users often must consult and reconcile multiple authoritative sources. For example, US… CONTINUE READING

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