Last edited by JoJolrajas
Monday, May 11, 2020 | History

3 edition of Expert systems in law found in the catalog.

Expert systems in law

Expert systems in law

  • 346 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by North-Holland in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Information storage and retrieval systems -- Law -- Congresses.,
  • Legal research -- Data processing -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Antonio A. Martino.
    ContributionsMartino, Antonio Anselmo., International Conference Logic, Informatics, Law: Legal Expert Systems (3rd : 1989 : Florence, Italy)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK87 .E94 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 435 p. :
    Number of Pages435
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1712966M
    ISBN 100444893334
    LC Control Number92015092

    In fact, expert systems offer to the inexperienced user a solution when human experts are not available. This book has 18 chapters and explains that the expert systems are products of artificial intelligence, branch of computer science that seeks to develop intelligent programs. May 13,  · It then moves to a brief explanation of the components of an expert system. It concludes with an examination of some of the inherent limitations of the use of this technology because of the nature of legal reasoning, and a suggestion as to an appropriate way in which legal expert systems Cited by: 3.

    A legal expert system is a domain-specific expert system that uses artificial intelligence to emulate the decision-making abilities of a human expert in the field of law. Legal expert systems employ a rule base or knowledge base and an inference engine to accumulate, reference and produce expert knowledge on specific subjects within the legal domain. Because expert systems combine the expertise of engineers, computer scientists, and computer programmers, each group will benefit from buying this important reference work. An "expert system" is a knowledge-based computer system that emulates the decision-making ability of a human expert.

    As an expert system is a software system, the structure of expert systems can be described and understood in terms of the components of which such systems consist, as well as in terms of the interchange of information between these components. Find Family law books law books and legal software at Legal Solutions from Thomson Reuters. Get free shipping on law books.


Share this book
You might also like
Red plush and trombones

Red plush and trombones

Field guide to diseases & insects of the Rocky Mountain Region

Field guide to diseases & insects of the Rocky Mountain Region

The bungalow in twentieth century India

The bungalow in twentieth century India

New Castle County, Delaware Street Map Book

New Castle County, Delaware Street Map Book

Storage stability of steam-deodorized menhaden oil in soft gelatin capsules

Storage stability of steam-deodorized menhaden oil in soft gelatin capsules

Collins new English dictionary.

Collins new English dictionary.

Ecology & Conservation (Impact Books)

Ecology & Conservation (Impact Books)

Germany (Methuens companions to modern studies)

Germany (Methuens companions to modern studies)

ANALYTICAL DATA AND SAMPLE LOCALITY OF STREAM-SEDIMENT AND SOIL SAMPLES FROM THE WINNEMUCCA SURPRISE RESOURCE ASSESSMENT AREA, N.

ANALYTICAL DATA AND SAMPLE LOCALITY OF STREAM-SEDIMENT AND SOIL SAMPLES FROM THE WINNEMUCCA SURPRISE RESOURCE ASSESSMENT AREA, N.

Countdown to victory

Countdown to victory

Foul play

Foul play

The Sporting News Super Bowl Book 1986

The Sporting News Super Bowl Book 1986

U.S. Coast Guard Academy

U.S. Coast Guard Academy

Green politics

Green politics

hunter is death ; illustrated by C. T. Astley Maberly

hunter is death ; illustrated by C. T. Astley Maberly

Expert systems in law Download PDF EPUB FB2

Expert systems are Expert systems in law book systems that engage in legal reasoning by assisting general legal practitioners in solving legal problems beyond their range of knowledge or expertise. This book is a comprehensive investigation of expert systems in mpcs.online: Richard E.

Susskind. May 04,  · Written for the computer science student or more advanced developer interested in expert systems, the new edition of Peter Jackson's Introduction to Expert Systems provides a truly magisterial tour of several decades of artificial intelligence (AI) and expert system research.

This comprehensive book compiles past efforts to get computers to reason like experts as well as explaining how today's expert systems Cited by: is a case-based legal expert system.

Its knowledge of the law is acquired, and represented, as information about cases. It produces its advice by examining, and arguing about, the sim­ ilarities and differences between cases.

By contrast, a rule-based expert system represents the law using rules. Jan 18,  · EXPERT SYSTEMS IN LAW: A JURISPRUDENTIAL APPROACH TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LEGAL REASONING. Balliol College, Oxford. The author would like to thank Colin Tapper and David Gold for their helpful comments on earlier drafts of this paper.

Feb 09,  · The new edition of this market-leading text builds upon the blend Expert systems in law book expert systems theory and application established in earlier editions. The first half of the book concentrates on the theoretical base of expert systems, and offers a broad overview of Artificial Intelligence and its relation to expert systems/5.

Loge-expert: Strategies to integrate legal knowledge modelization, non-expert user interface, and textual data base into the development of an expert system in law Claude Thomasset, François Blanchard, Louis-Claude Paquin.

Buy Expert Systems in Law: A Jurisprudential Inquiry (Clarendon Paperbacks) New edition by Richard E. Susskind OBE (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible mpcs.online: Susskind OBE, Richard E. Book on knowledge-based (expert) systems, published in Contains a description of principal methods and techniques and implementations in Prolog and mpcs.online: Peter J.

Lucas. discusses the implications and benefits to the legal profession of the. development of this and other advanced legal expert systems, and. examines ways in which the legal profession can assist in the realiza. tion of those benefits. Expert Systems With Applications is a refereed international journal whose focus is on exchanging information relating to expert and intelligent systems applied in industry, government, and universities worldwide.

The thrust of the journal is to publish papers dealing with the design, development, testing, implementation, and/or management of expert and intelligent systems, and also to provide practical guidelines in the development and management of these systems.

Expert systems generated in this way will be flawed if the information received from the expert is flawed, or if it is incorrectly translated by the knowledge engineer. Expert systems, because they are focused on a single problem area, tend to fail catastrophically if presented with a problem or information that is outside their domain.

A rule based system uses rules as the knowledge representation for knowledge coded into the system [1][3][4] [13][14][16][17][18][20]. The definitions of rule-based system depend almost entirely on expert systems, which are system that mimic the reasoning of human expert in Cited by: SHYSTER is a case-based legal expert system.

Its knowledge of the law is acquired, and represented, as information about cases. It produces its advice by examining, and arguing about, the similarities and differences between cases. By contrast, a rule-based expert system represents the law using rules.

Professor Richard Susskind OBE is an author, speaker, and independent adviser to major professional firms and to national governments. His main area of expertise is the future of professional service and the way in which the IT and the Internet are changing the work of lawyers.

In order to accomplish feats of apparent intelligence, an expert system relies on two components: a knowledge base and an inference engine. A knowledge base is an organized collection of facts about the system’s domain.

An inference engine interprets and evaluates the facts in the knowledge base in order to provide an answer. Typical tasks for expert systems involve classification, diagnosis, monitoring.

In artificial intelligence, an expert system is a computer system that emulates the decision-making ability of a human expert.

Expert systems are designed to solve complex problems by reasoning through bodies of knowledge, represented mainly as if–then rules rather than through conventional procedural code. The first expert systems were created in the s and then proliferated in the s. Expert systems. A rule-based expert system represents knowledge of a particular domain — such as medicine, finance, or law — in the form of “if-then” rules.

Here’s an example of a rule: the employee is entitled to standard FMLA leave IF the employee is an eligible employee AND the reason for the leave is enumerated in This book has 19 chapters and explain that the expert systems are products of the artificial intelligence, branch of computer science that seeks to develop intelligent programs for human, Cited by: 5.

The major goal of workers in the field of expert systems in law can be summarized as follows: through the use of computer technology, to make scarcs, human legal knowledge and expertise more widely available and easily mpcs.online by: For the past several months, Book Riot has been getting a lot of requests for recommendations for books explaining why our political and legal systems are the way they are.

(We cannot possibly imagine why) So for your reading pleasure we present “ Must-Read Books about the Law. EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS has an open access mirror journal, EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS: X.

EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS is a refereed international journal whose focus is on exchanging information relating to expert and intelligent systems applied in industry, government, and universities worldwide.The success of any expert system majorly depends on the quality, completeness, and accuracy of the information stored in the knowledge base.

The knowledge base is formed by readings from various experts, scholars, and the Knowledge Artificial Intelligence Expert Systems.answer applications approach Artificial Intelligence assume building called changes Chapter common complex concepts conclusion consider contains decision define described determine developed discussed display domain drug effective effort evaluation evidence example expert system factors facts fault Figure fire frame function given goal human Reviews: 1.