Reasoning with Cases and Hypotheticals in HYPO

@article{Ashley1991ReasoningWC,
  title={Reasoning with Cases and Hypotheticals in HYPO},
  author={Kevin D. Ashley},
  journal={Int. J. Man Mach. Stud.},
  year={1991},
  volume={34},
  pages={753-796}
}
Abstract HYPO is a case-based reasoning system that evaluates problems by comparing and contrasting them with cases from its Case Knowledge Base (CKB). It generates legal arguments citing the past cases as justifications for legal conclusions about who should win in problem disputes involving trade secret law. HYPO's arguments present competing adversarial views of the problem and it poses hypotheticals to alter the balance of the evaluation. HYPO uses Dimensions as a generalization scheme for… Expand
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