Modeling legal argument - reasoning with cases and hypotheticals

  title={Modeling legal argument - reasoning with cases and hypotheticals},
  author={Kevin D. Ashley},
  booktitle={Artificial intelligence and legal reasoning},
  • Kevin D. Ashley
  • Published in Artificial intelligence and legal reasoning 1988
Modeling Legal Argument: Reasoning with Cases and Hypotheticals 1 is the second book in the series on Artificial Intelligence and Legal Reasoning edited by L. Thome McCarty and Edwina Rissland, two of the leaders in a relatively new field that attempts to apply techniques of computer science, formal decision theory, and artificial intelligence ("AT") to law and legal reasoning. Like the previous volume in this series, 2 this is a revision of a doctoral dissertation in computer science. Its… CONTINUE READING
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