Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Wyner, A. EMIL: Extracting Meaning from Inconsistent Language International Journal of Approximate Reasoning 112 55 84
  2. Wyner, A. Arguing about causes in law: a semi-formal framework for causal arguments Artificial Intelligence and Law
  3. Wyner, A. Recognizing cited facts and principles in legal judgements Artificial Intelligence and Law 25 1 107 126
  4. Wyner, A. A functional perspective on argumentation schemes Argument & Computation 7 2-3 113 133
  5. Wyner, A. Working on the argument pipeline: Through flow issues between natural language argument, instantiated arguments, and argumentation frameworks Argument & Computation 7 1 69 89
  6. Wyner, A. Senses of ‘argument’ in instantiated argumentation frameworks Argument & Computation 6 1 50 72
  7. Lin, C., Ibeke, E., Wyner, A., Guerin, F. Sentiment-topic modeling in text mining Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery 5 5 246 254
  8. Prakken, H., Wyner, A., Atkinson, K., Bench-Capon, T. A formalization of argumentation schemes for legal case-based reasoning in ASPIC+ Journal of Logic and Computation 25 5 1141 1166
  9. Wyner, A., Hoekstra, R. A legal case OWL ontology with an instantiation of Popov v. Hayashi Artificial Intelligence and Law 20 1 83 107
  10. Wyner, A., Bench-Capon, T. Modelling Judicial Context in Argumentation Frameworks Journal of Logic and Computation 19 6 941 968
  11. Wyner, A. An ontology in OWL for legal case-based reasoning Artificial Intelligence and Law 16 4 361 387

Books

  1. Wyner, A. On annotation of the textual contents of Scottish legal instruments
  2. Strass, H., Wyner, A. Advances in Artificial Intelligence: From Theory to Practice
  3. Wyner, A., Nazarenko, A., Lévy, F. Controlled Natural Language
  4. Wyner, A. Towards a methodology for formalizing legal texts in LegalRuleML
  5. Wyner, A. Extracting Hohfeldian relations from text
  6. Athan, T., Governatori, G., Palmirani, M., Paschke, A., Wyner, A. Reasoning Web. Web Logic Rules
  7. Wyner, A. Passing a USA national bar exam - A first experiment
  8. Bench-Capon, T., Atkinson, K., Wyner, A. Transactions on Large-Scale Data- and Knowledge-Centered Systems XVIII
  9. Wyner, A. A case study on legal case annotation
  10. Wyner, A. Argumentation schemes for reasoning about factors with dimensions
  11. Palmirani, M., Paschke, A., Wyner, A., Governatori, G., Boley, H., Athan, T. Theory, Practice, and Applications of Rules on the Web
  12. Wyner, A., Bench-Capon, T., Dunne, P. Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems
  13. Wyner, A. A model-based critique tool for policy deliberation
  14. Wyner, A. An empirical approach to the semantic representation of laws
  15. Lloyd-Kelly, M., Wyner, A. Advances in User Modeling
  16. Wyner, A., Riley, L., Hoehndorf, R., Croset, S. Information Technology in Bio- and Medical Informatics
  17. Wyner, A. Critiquing justifications for action using a semantic model: Demonstration
  18. Schneider, J., Davis, B., Wyner, A. Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management
  19. Bench-Capon, T., Atkinson, K., Wyner, A. Electronic Participation
  20. Wyner, A. Semi-automated argumentative analysis of online product reviews
  21. Wyner, A. Multi-agent based classification using argumentation from experience
  22. Wyner, A. On rule extraction from regulations
  23. Wyner, A. Populating an online consultation tool
  24. Wyner, A., Atkinson, K., Bench-Capon, T. Electronic Participation
  25. Wyner, A., Mochales-Palau, R., Moens, M., Milward, D. Semantic Processing of Legal Texts
  26. Wyner, A. Arguing Global Governance
  27. Wyner, A., van Engers, T., Bahreini, K. Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective
  28. Wyner, A. Lexical semantics and expert legal knowledge towards the identification of legal case factors
  29. Wyner, A., Angelov, K., Barzdins, G., Damljanovic, D., Fuchs, N., Hoefler, S., Jones, K., Kaljurand, K., Kuhn, T., Luts, M., Pool, J., Rosner, M., Schwitter, R., Sowa, J., Davis, B. Controlled Natural Language
  30. Wyner, A. Modelling judicial context in argumentation frameworks
  31. Wyner, A. Three senses of "argument"
  32. Wyner, A. Towards an extensible argumentation system
  33. Wyner, A. A functional program for agents, actions, and deontic specifications
  34. Wyner, A. Deontic Logic and Artificial Normative Systems

Book Chapters

  1. Wyner, A. On the Instantiation of Knowledge Bases in Abstract Argumentation Frameworks (Ed.), Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems 50
  2. Wyner, A. Maintaining Obligations on Stative Expressions in a Deontic Action Logic (Ed.), Deontic Logic in Computer Science 274

Conference Contributions

  1. Wyner, A. Causal Models of Legal Cases AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems 10791 186
  2. Wyner, A. A Methodology for a Criminal Law and Procedure Ontology for Legal Question Answering Semantic Technology 11341 198 214
  3. Wyner, A. Knowledge Driven Intelligent Survey Systems for Linguists Semantic Technology 11341 18
  4. Wyner, A. A Chatbot Framework for the Children's Legal Centre Legal Knowledge and Information Systems 205 209
  5. Wyner, A. On automated defeasible reasoning with controlled natural language and argumentation AAAI Publications, Workshops at the Thirty-First AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence
  6. Wyner, A. Legal text interpretation: Identifying Hohfeldian relations from text Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016) 379 384
  7. Wyner, A. Passing a USA national bar exam: A first corpus for experimentation
  8. Wyner, A. Legal interpretations in LegalRuleML
  9. Wyner, A. Mining fine-grained argument elements
  10. Wyner, A. A study on translating regulatory rules from natural language to defeasible logic
  11. Bench-Capon, T., Prakken, H., Wyner, A., Atkinson, K. Argument schemes for reasoning with legal cases using values ICAIL '13 Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law 13 22
  12. Bench-Capon, T., Wardeh, M., Wyner, A., Atkinson, K. Argumentation based tools for policy-making ICAIL '13 Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law 249 250
  13. Athan, T., Boley, H., Governatori, G., Palmirani, M., Paschke, A., Wyner, A. OASIS LegalRuleML ICAIL '13 Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law 3 12
  14. Wyner, A. Arguing from a point of view
  15. Wyner, A. Identifying consumers' arguments in text
  16. Wyner, A. Arguing with emotion
  17. Bench-Capon, T., Cartwright, D., Wyner, A., Atkinson, K. Semantic models for policy deliberation ICAIL '11 Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law 81 90
  18. Wyner, A., Bench-Capon, T., Atkinson, K. Towards formalising argumentation about legal cases ICAIL '11 Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law 1 10
  19. Wyner, A. Representing deontic concepts for CNLs
  20. Wyner, A. Towards annotating and extracting textual legal case elements
  21. Wyner, A. Web-based mass argumentation in natural language
  22. Wyner, A. What do you mean? Arguing for meaning
  23. Wyner, A. On the Instantiation of Knowledge Bases in Abstract Argumentation Frameworks Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems 8143 34 50