A tutorial on “Network Analysis and Law”, taught by Professor Dr. Daniel Martin Katz of Michigan State University College of Law and Michael J. Bommarito II of Computational Legal Studies, will be held 13 December 2011 in Vienna, Austria, at JURIX 2011: The 24th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems.
Here are the goals of the tutorial:
- To introduce a variety of concepts from complex systems and network science
- To outline potential applications of network science in legal studies and positive legal theory
- To highlight possible uses of network metadata to enrich legal informatics sub-fields such as information retrieval
- To examine the application of various network based epidemiological / diffusion models
- To introduce participants to various theoretical and empirical network science software platforms
For more information, please see the announcement.
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