Predicting outcomes of case based legal arguments

@inproceedings{Brninghaus2003PredictingOO,
  title={Predicting outcomes of case based legal arguments},
  author={Stefanie Br{\"u}ninghaus and Kevin D. Ashley},
  booktitle={ICAIL},
  year={2003}
}
In this paper, we introduce IBP, an algorithm that combines reasoning with an abstract domain model and case-based reasoning techniques to predict the outcome of case-based legal arguments. [...] Key MethodWe describe an empirical evaluation of IBP, in which we compare our algorithm to prediction based on Hypo's and CATO's relevance criteria, and to a number of widely used machine learning algorithms. IBP reaches higher accuracy than all competitors, and hypothesis testing shows that the observed differences…Expand
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