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Used together with:
congression (2)
text (2)
logic (2)
detect (2)
structur (1)

Stem legisl$ (all stems)

8 papers:

KDDKDD-2014-GuSJWC #estimation #network #topic
Topic-factorized ideal point estimation model for legislative voting network (YG, YS, NJ, BW, TC), pp. 183–192.
RERE-2014-AdedjoumaSB #approach #automation #case study #detection
Automated detection and resolution of legal cross references: Approach and a study of Luxembourg’s legislation (MA, MS, LCB), pp. 63–72.
KDIRKDIR-2012-MonizR #documentation
Extracting Structure, Text and Entities from PDF Documents of the Portuguese Legislation (NM, FR), pp. 123–131.
CHICHI-2011-AssogbaRDM #visualisation
Many bills: engaging citizens through visualizations of congressional legislation (YA, IR, JMD, MM), pp. 433–442.
ICMLICML-2011-GerrishB #predict
Predicting Legislative Roll Calls from Text (SG, DMB), pp. 489–496.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-AktolgaRA #detection
Detecting outlier sections in us congressional legislation (EA, IR, YA), pp. 235–244.
KRKR-2008-LoriniL #logic
A Logical Account of Institutions: From Acceptances to Norms via Legislators (EL, DL), pp. 38–48.
ICLPICLP-1991-Kowalski #logic programming #source code
Legislation as Logic Programs (RAK), p. 910.

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