Semi-Automatic Construction of Skeleton Concept Maps from Case Judgments

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Boer, A.; Sijtsma, B.; Winkels, R.; Lettieri, N.;
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This paper proposes an approach to generating Skeleton Conceptual Maps (SCM) semi automatically from legal case documents provided by the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court. SCM are incomplete knowledge representations for the purpose of scaffolding learning. The proposed s... View more
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