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Title: Comparative analysis of legal ontologies, a literature review
Author: Torres Jiménez, Carlos Miguel
Director: Isern Alarcón, David
Tutor: Ventura Royo, Carles  
Keywords: legal ontology
legal knowledge modelling
legal semantic web
Issue Date: 2-Jan-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The purpose of this research work is to provide a reference review for people interested in the design and creation of ontologies in the field of law. The reader is put in context within ontologies in general, and legal ontologies in particular, standards and methodologies are reviewed. Then, the subject is listed, listing the most important standards for legal ontologies, different legal systems that exist, most important foundational ontologies, and analyzing the most recent domain ontologies created in various legal systems throughout the world. Finally, we come to the conclusion that historical evolution has tended to divide the same domain into several ontologies, that there is no single correct methodology, that one can be used, or create a new one, or take several ideas from various methodologies. And finally, the importance of the methodology of Hoekstra and its legal ontology LKIF and the separation between norm and situation.
Language: English
Appears in Collections:Bachelor thesis, research projects, etc.

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