Turin University Legal Semantic Interpreter (TULSI 1.0)
TULSI is currently (as of Feb, 2012) under active development. Soon we will release a web service. Check back often for news!
- Download a compressed bundle including all files tulsi1-0.tgz (Jan 2011).
- Download a compressed bundle including the Graphical User Interface for experimenting with the TULSI system tulsi_gui.tgz (Feb 2012).
TULSI 1.0 is the system that implements the approach described in the following works:
- Brighi, R., Lesmo, L., Mazzei, A., Palmirani, M. and Radicioni, D.P., Towards Semantic Interpretation of Legal Modifications through Deep Syntactic Analysis, In E. Francesconi, G. Sartor, D. Tiscornia (Eds.), Jurix 2008: The 21st Annual Conference, Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, Volume 189, 202-206, 2008, IOS Press.
- Mazzei, A., Radicioni, D.P. and R. Brighi. NLP-based Extraction of Modificatory Provisions Semantics. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, ICAIL09, pages 50-57, Barcelona, Spain, June 2009. ACM.
- Lesmo, L., Mazzei, A., and Radicioni, D.P.. Extracting Semantic Annotations from Legal Texts. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Hypertext, HT09, 167-172 Turin, Italy, July 2009. ACM.
- Lesmo, L., Mazzei, A. and Radicioni, D.P. Legal Modificatory Provisions and Thematic Relations. In Proceedings of ICON-2009: 7th International Conference on Natural Language Processing, Hyderabad, India, December 2009. Macmillan Publishers.
- M. Palmirani, M. Ceci, D. P. Radicioni, and A. Mazzei. FrameNet Model of the Suspension of Norms. In T. van Engers, editor, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, pages 189–193, Pittsburgh, PA, 2011. ACM.