Adam Wyner
Adam Wyner
Swansea University, Department of Computer Science
Vahvistettu sähköpostiosoite verkkotunnuksessa - Kotisivu
A history of AI and Law in 50 papers: 25 years of the international conference on AI and Law
T Bench-Capon, M Araszkiewicz, K Ashley, K Atkinson, F Bex, F Borges, ...
Artificial Intelligence and Law 20, 215-319, 2012
Approaches to text mining arguments from legal cases
A Wyner, R Mochales-Palau, MF Moens, D Milward
Semantic processing of legal texts: Where the language of law meets the law …, 2010
Oasis legalruleml
T Athan, H Boley, G Governatori, M Palmirani, A Paschke, A Wyner
proceedings of the fourteenth international conference on artificial …, 2013
On rule extraction from regulations
A Wyner, W Peters
Legal knowledge and information systems, 113-122, 2011
LegalRuleML: Design principles and foundations
T Athan, G Governatori, M Palmirani, A Paschke, A Wyner
Reasoning Web. Web Logic Rules: 11th International Summer School 2015 …, 2015
A formalization of argumentation schemes for legal case-based reasoning in ASPIC+
H Prakken, A Wyner, T Bench-Capon, K Atkinson
Journal of Logic and Computation 25 (5), 1141-1166, 2015
On controlled natural languages: Properties and prospects
A Wyner, K Angelov, G Barzdins, D Damljanovic, B Davis, N Fuchs, ...
International workshop on controlled natural language, 281-289, 2009
Semi-automated argumentative analysis of online product reviews
A Wyner, J Schneider, K Atkinson, T Bench-Capon
Computational Models of Argument, 43-50, 2012
Identification of rhetorical roles of sentences in indian legal judgments
P Bhattacharya, S Paul, K Ghosh, S Ghosh, A Wyner
Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, 3-12, 2019
A deep learning approach to contract element extraction
I Chalkidis, I Androutsopoulos
Legal knowledge and information systems, 155-164, 2017
An ontology in OWL for legal case-based reasoning
A Wyner
Artificial Intelligence and Law 16, 361-387, 2008
Recognizing cited facts and principles in legal judgements
O Shulayeva, A Siddharthan, A Wyner
Artificial Intelligence and Law 25 (1), 107-126, 2017
Argument schemes for legal case-based reasoning
A Wyner, T Bench-Capon
JURIX, 139-149, 2007
Subject-oriented adverbs are thematically dependent
AZ Wyner
Events and grammar, 333-348, 1998
A legal case OWL ontology with an instantiation of Popov v. Hayashi
A Wyner, R Hoekstra
Artificial Intelligence and Law 20 (1), 83-107, 2012
Boolean event lattices and thematic roles in the syntax and semantics of adverbial modification
AZ Wyner
Cornell University, 1994
Introduction for artificial intelligence and law: special issue “natural language processing for legal texts”
L Robaldo, S Villata, A Wyner, M Grabmair
Artificial Intelligence and Law 27, 113-115, 2019
A semi-automated ontology construction for legal question answering
B Fawei, JZ Pan, M Kollingbaum, AZ Wyner
New Generation Computing 37 (4), 453-478, 2019
OWL ontology of basic legal concepts (LKIF-Core)
J Breuker, R Hoekstra, K van den Berg, R Rubino, G Sartor, M Palmirani, ...
EstrellaDeliverable 1.4, 2007
Arguments, values and baseballs: Representation of Popov v. Hayashi
A Wyner, T Bench-Capon, K Atkinson
JURIX 165, 151-160, 2007
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