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Pierre-Paul
Lemyre

Access to law in the french-speaking world: A renewed strategy

13.05.2004 Tags:  Pierre-Paul Lemyre, Free Access to Law Bobson Coulibaly, Pierre-Paul Lemyre, François Viens Free access to legal material offers many advantages for participating countries. Free access reinforces national legal institutions while also ensuring the rule of law and strengthening democratic ideals. An increased visibility of law also bolsters its dissemination. Read more

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Daniel
Poulin

CanLII: How Law Societies and Academia Can Make Free Access to the Law a Reality

13.04.2004 Tags:  Daniel Poulin, Free Access to Law, Electronic Access to Law in Canada Journal of Information, Law and TechnologyCanLII: How Law Societies and Academia Can Make Free Access to the Law a RealityDaniel Poulin Abstract: The production of law, whether by legislation, judicial rulings or jurisprudence essays, rightfully carries great prestige. Very little of […] Read more

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Frédéric
Pelletier

The preparation of documents for electronic distribution

Distribution of documents in printed form is characterized by its simplicity. The recipient will only see what the printed version of the document shows and will have access to no more information than the words appearing on the pages. This situation is far different from that of electronic distribution of documents. The visual presentation of electronic documents is more flexible. The appearance of... Read more

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Daniel
Poulin

Preserving the Canadian Legal Heritage

30.11.1997 Tags:  Daniel Poulin, Electronic Access to Law in Canada Preserving the Canadian Legal Heritage Daniel Poulin, Professor IntroductionA survey conducted by the Judges Computer Advisory Committee of the Canadian Judicial Council (CJC) in January 1996 revealed that not enough was being done to preserve the Canadian judicial heritage. Of the 24 courts surveyed, only […] Read more

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Daniel
Poulin

Supreme Court of Canada’s cases on the Internet via SGML

15.09.1997 Tags:  Daniel Poulin, Electronic Access to Law in Canada, scc Authors: Guy HuardAlain LavoieDaniel PoulinSubjects: Internet computer network (Other articles)SGML computer program languageIssue: Volume 4, Number 3 (September 1997)Category: Current Developments   1. INTRODUCTION   The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) is the highest level the Canadian judiciary and its decisions... Read more

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Daniel
Poulin

A Computational Framework for Dialectical Reasoning

01.05.1995 Tags:  Daniel Poulin, Others A Computational Framework for Dialectical ReasoningPierre St-Vincent, Daniel Poulin and Paul Bratley Dialectics are important not only in law but in every domain where knowledge is not certain; that is, everywhere assumptions must be made. After a review of recent advances in computational dialectics and related fields, we present the […] Read more

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Daniel
Poulin

Vagueness, Open texture and Computational dialectics

01.07.1994 Tags:  Daniel Poulin, Others Vagueness, Open texture and Computational dialecticsPierre St-Vincent, Daniel Poulin, Paul Bratley In this paper we are seeking general definitions of vagueness. They have much to do with dialectical reasoning since we are interested in vagueness caused by differing opinions, or points of view, about the definition of concepts. Read more

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Daniel
Poulin

A Contradiction Management System

01.01.1994 Tags:  Daniel Poulin, Others A Contradiction Management SystemPaul Bratley, Pierre St-Vincent and Daniel Poulin In most existing systems that give expert advice, efforts are made to ensure that the rules in the knowledge base do not give rise to contradictions. This is partly to avoid confusing the user, and partly for fear that a […] Read more

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Daniel
Poulin

Contradiction and Confirmation

18.09.1993 Tags:  Daniel Poulin, Court Technology, Others Daniel Poulin[1],Pierre St-Vincent[2] and Paul Bratley[2] [1]Centre de recherche en droit public[2]Département d’informatique et de recherche opérationnelle Université de Montréal,C.P. 6128, Succursale AMONTRÉAL (Québec),Canada H3C 3J7 Abstract. In most expert systems, efforts are made to keep the rules in the knowledge base... Read more

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Daniel
Poulin

Legal interpretation in expert systems

18.07.1993 Tags:  Daniel Poulin, Court Technology, Others Daniel Poulin[1], Paul Bratley[2],Jacques Frémont[1] and Ejan Mackaay[1] [1]Centre de recherche en droit publicpoulind, fremont, mackaay@droit.umontreal.ca [2]Département d’informatique et de recherche opérationnellebratley@iro.umontreal.ca Université de Montréalc.p. 6128, Succursale AMontréal (Québec)Canada H3C 3J7 Paper submitted... Read more