Enrico Francesconi, Simonetta Montemagni, Wim Peters, and Daniela Tiscornia (editors) have published Semantic Processing of Legal Texts: Where the Language of Law Meets the Law of Language (2010). Click here for a description of the print version of the book.
According to Dr. Montemagni, the book “includes invited contributions of leading researchers and groups eminently active in the field together with the revised and expanded versions of selected papers presented at” SPLeT 2008: Workshop on Semantic Processing of Legal Texts, held 27 May 2008 in Marrakech, Morocco, in conjunction with LREC 2008: The 6th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference.
Here are the contents of the volume:
- Giulia Venturi, Legal Language and Legal Knowledge Management Applications;
- Christopher Dozier, Ravikumar Kondadadi, Marc Light, Arun Vachher, Sriharsha Veeramachaneni, and Ramdev Wudali, Named Entity Recognition and Resolution in Legal Text;
- Paulo Quaresma and Teresa Gonçalves, Using Linguistic Information and Machine Learning Techniques to Identify Entities from Juridical Documents;
- Adam Wyner, Raquel Mochales-Palau, Marie-Francine Moens, and David Milward, Approaches to Text Mining Arguments from Legal Cases;
- Karel Pala, Pavel Rychlý, and Pavel Šmerk, Automatic Identification of Legal Terms in Czech Law Texts;
- Enrico Francesconi, Simonetta Montemagni, Wim Peters, and Daniela Tiscornia, Integrating a Bottom–Up and Top–Down Methodology for Building Semantic Resources for the Multilingual Legal Domain;
- Alessio Bosca and Luca Dini, Ontology Based Law Discovery;
- Gianmaria Ajani, Guido Boella, Leonardo Lesmo, Marco Martin, Alessandro Mazzei, Daniele P. Radicioni, and Piercarlo Rossi, Multilevel Legal Ontologies;
- Erich Schweighofer, Semantic Indexing of Legal Documents;
- Emile de Maat and Radboud Winkels, Automated Classification of Norms in Sources of Law;
- Eneldo Loza Mencía and Johannes Fürnkranz, Efficient Multilabel Classification Algorithms for Large-Scale Problems in the Legal Domain;
- Emmanuel Chieze, Atefeh Farzindar, and Guy Lapalme, An Automatic System for Summarization and Information Extraction of Legal Information;
- Yasuhiro Ogawa, Kazuhiro Imai, and Katsuhiko Toyama, Evaluation Metrics for Consistent Translation of Japanese Legal Sentences.
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