Law, Decision-Making, and Microcomputers: Cross-National Perspectives

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Subject Index
Actuarial verdict value, 71
Administration of tax laws, 85
Advance sheets, 131
Advice, 201
Aids to decision-making, 223
Algorithms, 72
Allocation, xxi, 176
Alternatives, xv
Alternative situations, 158
Ambiguity, structural, 250
American Bar Association, 150
Annotation, 199
Antinomy, 277
A posteriori method, 273
Appeal judgments, 108
Appellate cases, 160
Apple, 55
Applications, 131
Appropriateness of sentence, 118
A priori method, 272
Arrow diagrams, 256
Artificial intelligence, 44, 182, 215
Asking computers questions, 186
Assembly systems, 51
Assessment rules, 294
Association of American Law Schools, 150
Associative relations, 276
Authoring programs, 210
Automated: analyses, 231; expansion, 283; practice, 52
Automatic generation, 243
Autoprolog system, 268
Bail, 132
Baker v. Carr, 165
Bayesian probability, 73
BenchNET, 125
Benefits of software, xvii
Best Choice software, 178
Bibliographic thesaurus, 279
Boolean retrieval, 5
Branching, 198
Briefing cases, 157
Browsing, 196
Calculating conditions, 233
Calendars, 131
Case: evaluation, 67; law, 285; method, 157; prediction, 168; system, 111; tracking, 99
Central hardware, 130
Chemical engineering metaphor, 24
Citators, 201
Classification, 29, 280; of law, xxv; schemes, 177

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