Design Patterns for Legal Ontology Constructions

  title={Design Patterns for Legal Ontology Constructions},
  author={Aldo Gangemi},
Ontology design is known to be a difficult task, requiring much more than expertise in an area; legal ontology design, due to the complexity of its domain, makes those difficulties worse. That may be partly due to poor requirement analysis in existing tools, but there is also an inherent gap between the purely logical constructs and methods that are expected to be used, and the actual competences and thought habits of domain experts. This paper presents some solutions, based on content ontology… CONTINUE READING
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