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Logic programming and burden of proof in legal reasoning. (English) Zbl 1298.68260

Summary: In legal reasoning, there are a lot of interesting problems related with techniques of informatics. We propose a research field called juris-informatics to hope that we could make a great success like bio-informatics to introduce various techniques of informatics into legal domain. In this paper, we show our contributions to apply logic programing to formalizing and implementing burden of proof in legal reasoning.

MSC:

68T27 Logic in artificial intelligence
68N17 Logic programming
91F99 Other social and behavioral sciences (mathematical treatment)

Software:

PROLEG
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