Corpus ID: 151121296

Supporting discretionary decision-making with information technology: a case study in the criminal sentencing jurisdiction

@inproceedings{Hall2005SupportingDD,
  title={Supporting discretionary decision-making with information technology: a case study in the criminal sentencing jurisdiction},
  author={Maria Jean Johnstone Hall and Domenico Calabr{\'o} and Tania Sourdin and Andrew Stranieri and John Zeleznikow},
  year={2005}
}
A number of increasingly sophisticated technologies are now being used to support complex decision-making in a range of contexts. This paper reports on a project undertaken to provide decision support in discretionary legal domains by referring to a recently created model that involves the interplay and weighting of relevant rule-based and discretionary factors used in a decision-making process. The case study used in the modelling process is the Criminal Jurisdiction of the Victorian… Expand
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