By | 30 Μαρτίου 2010

[CFP] LOAIT 2010

4th Workshop on Legal Ontologies and Artificial Intelligence Techniques
July 7th, 2010, Fiesole (Florence), Italy

Paper submission: May 3rd, 2010
in conjunction with Deon-2010

LOAIT 2010-“Legal Concepts and Ontologies: knowledge representation, comparison, harmonization and learning”

Topics of Interest include but are not limited to:
* Knowledge discovery and organization by AI approaches
* Design Patterns in Legal Ontologies
* Ontologies, Legal Standards and machine learning
* Ontologies and machine learning for classification tasks
* Text Categorization and Ontology
* AI techniques on legal standards
* Ontologies and Semantic Web
* Legal Ontologies for Semantic Web Services
* Ontology learning from legal texts, including sub-areas such as ontology customization, ontology merging, ontology extension, ontology evolution, etc.
* Ontology Matching
* Lexicons for Legal Applications (Multilingual Legal Information Retrieval and Legal Drafting)
* Natural Language Processing and Legal Ontologies
* Natural Language Processing and Legal Information Retrieval and Extraction
* Information Extraction from legal texts
* Engineering of regulatory ontologies: conceptual analysis, representation, modularization and layering, reusability, evolution and dynamics, etc.
* Multilingual and terminological aspects of regulatory ontologies
* Ontological views on models of legal reasoning: regulatory compliance, case-based reasoning, reasoning with uncertainty, etc.
* Experiences with projects and applications involving regulatory ontologies in legal knowledge based systems, legal information retrieval, e-governments, e-commerce
* Modeling legal norms, concepts, rules, cases, principals, values and procedures, methods for managing organizational change when introducing legal knowledge systems
* Regulatory ontologies of property rights, persons and organizations, legal procedures, contracts, legal causality, etc.

***Program Chairs***
Enrico Francesconi (Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques (ITTIG-CNR) Florence, Italy)
Simonetta Montemagni (Institute of Computational Linguistics (ILC-CNR), PISA, Italy)
Piercarlo Rossi (University of Oriental Piedmont, Italy)
Daniela Tiscornia (Legal Information Theory and Techniques (ITTIG-CNR) Florence, Italy)

***Program Committee***
Gian Maria Ajani, University of Turin, Italy
Tommaso Agnoloni, ITTIG-CNR, Italy
Trevor J.M. Bench-Capon, University of Liverpool, UK
V. Richard Benjamins, Telefónica R&D, Spain
Guido Boella, University of Turin, Italy
Alexander Boer, Leibniz Center for Law, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Joost Breuker, Leibniz Center for Law, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Thomas Bruce, Cornell Law School, US
Paul Buitelaar, DERI research institute in Galway, Ireland
Pompeu Casanovas, Institute of Law and Technology, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Aldo Gangemi, Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies (ISTC-CNR), Italy
Roberto García, Universitat de Lleida, Spain
Mustafa Jarrar, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Michael Klein, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Alessandro Lenci, Department of Linguistics, University of Pisa, Italy
Wim Peters, Natural Language Processing Research Group, University of Sheffield, UK
Giovanni Sartor, European University Institute, Florence, Italy
Marco Schorlemmer, IIIA-CSIC, Spain
Erich Schweighofer, University of Vienna, Austria
Barry Smith, University at Buffalo, US
York Sure, SAP Research, Germany
Daniela Tiscornia, Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques (ITTIG-CNR), Italy
Tom van Engers, Leibniz Center for Law, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Réka Vas, Department of Information Systems, University Corvinus of Budapest, Hungary
Radboud Winkels, Leibniz Center for Law, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Adam Wyner, Department of Computer Science, University College London, UK

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