Conceptual Organization of Case Law Knowledge Bases

  title={Conceptual Organization of Case Law Knowledge Bases},
  author={Carole D. Hafner},
Conceptual retrieval requires the computer to have knowledge of legal concepts and issues, and their relationship to the case law collection. This paper discusses the organization of a case law knowledge base in terms of three interacting components: a domain knowledge model defines the basic concepts of a case law domain; individual case descriptors describe the particular constellation of concepts that pertain to each case, organized into a frame-based superstructure according to the legal… CONTINUE READING
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