ICAIL 2013 Papers

I’m co-author of three papers at The 14th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL 2013), Rome, Italy, The Netherlands.

Il Colloseo, Rome, Italy

OASIS LegalRuleML
Tara Athan, Harold Boley, Guido Governatori, Monica Palmirani, Adrian Paschke, Adam Wyner

Abstract
In this paper we present the motivation, use cases, design principles, abstract syntax, and initial core of LRML. The LRML core is sufficiently rich for expressing legal sources, time, defeasibility, and deontic operators. An example is provided. LRML is compared to related work.

Bibtex
@INPROCEEDINGS{AthanEtAl2013,
author = {Tara Athan and Harold Boley and Guido Governatori and Monica Palmirani and Adrian Paschke and Adam Wyner},
title = {{OASIS} {L}egal{R}ule{ML}},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL 2013)},
year = {2013},
pages = {3-12},
address = {Rome, Italy}
}

Argument Schemes for Reasoning with Legal Cases Using Values
Trevor Bench-Capon, Henry Prakken, Adam Wyner, and Katie Atkinson

Abstract
Argument schemes can provide a means of explicitly describing reasoning methods in a form that lends itself to computation. The reasoning required to distinguish cases in the manner of CATO has been previously captured as a set of argument schemes. Here we present argument schemes that encapsulate another way of reasoning with cases: using preferences between social values revealed in past decisions to decide cases which have no exact matching precedents when the cases are described in terms of factors. We provide a set of schemes, with variations to capture different ways of comparing sets and varying degrees of promotion of values; we formalise these schemes; and we illustrate them with some examples.

Bibtex
@INPROCEEDINGS{BenchCaponPrakkenWynerAtkinsonValueCBR2013,
author = {Trevor Bench-Capon and Henry Prakken and Adam Wyner and Katie Atkinson},
title = {Argument Schemes for Reasoning about Legal Cases},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL 2013)},
year = {2013},
pages = {13-22},
address = {Rome, Italy}
}

Argumentation Based Tools for Policy-Making
Maya Wardeh, Adam Wyner, Trevor Bench-Capon, and Katie Atkinson

Abstract
Short paper, so no abstract.

Bibtex
@INPROCEEDINGS{WardehWynerAtkinsonBenchCaponDemos2013,
author = {Maya Wardeh and Adam Wyner and Trevor Bench-Capon and Katie Atkinson},
title = {Argumentation Based Tools for Policy-Making},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL 2013)},
year = {2013},
pages = {249-250},
address = {Rome, Italy}
}

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