On the Modelling and Analysis of Regulations

@inproceedings{Antoniou1999OnTM,
  title={On the Modelling and Analysis of Regulations},
  author={Grigoris Antoniou and David Billington and Guido Governatori and Michael J. Maher and Griffith University Nathan},
  year={1999}
}
Regulations are a wide-spread and important part of government and business. They codify how products must be made and processes should be performed. Such regulations can be difficult to understand and apply. In an environment of growing complexity of, and change in, regulation, automated support for reasoning with regulations is becoming increasingly necessary. In this paper we report on ongoing work which aims at providing automated support for the drafting and use of regulations using logic… CONTINUE READING
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