LKIF Core: Principled Ontology Development for the Legal Domain

@inproceedings{Hoekstra2009LKIFCP,
  title={LKIF Core: Principled Ontology Development for the Legal Domain},
  author={Rinke Hoekstra and Joost Breuker and Marcello Di Bello and Alexander Boer},
  booktitle={Law, Ontologies and the Semantic Web},
  year={2009}
}
In this paper we describe a legal core ontology that is part of the Legal Knowledge Interchange Format: a knowledge representation formalism that enables the translation of legal knowledge bases written in different representation formats and formalisms. A legal (core) ontology can play an important role in the translation of existing legal knowledge bases… CONTINUE READING

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