John Zeleznikow

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69EEPiotr Stolarski, Tadeusz Tomaszewski, John Zeleznikow, Witold Abramowicz: A Description of Legal Interpretations in Risk Management with the Use of Ontology Alignment Formalisms. ODR 2008
68EEBrooke Abrahams, John Zeleznikow: A Multi-Agent Architecture for Online Dispute Resolution Services. ODR 2008
67EEJohn Zeleznikow: Beyond Interest Based Bargaining - Incorporating Interests and Fairness in the Development of Negotiation Support Systems. ODR 2008
66EEUri J. Schild, John Zeleznikow: The three laws of robotics revisited. IJISTA 4(3/4): 254-270 (2008)
65EEUri J. Schild, John Zeleznikow: Comparing Sentencing Decision Support Systems for Judges and Lawyers. Journal of Decision Systems 17(4): 523-552 (2008)
64EEJohn Zeleznikow, Emilia Bellucci, Uri J. Schild, Geraldine Mackenzie: Bargaining in the shadow of the law - using utility functions to support legal negotiation. ICAIL 2007: 237-246
63EEPamela N. Gray, Xenogene Gray, John Zeleznikow: Negotiating logic: for richer or poorer. ICAIL 2007: 247-251
62EEHong-Cheu Liu, Jeffrey Xu Yu, John Zeleznikow, Ying Guan: A Logic-Based Approach to Mining Inductive Databases. International Conference on Computational Science (1) 2007: 270-277
61EEHong-Cheu Liu, John Zeleznikow, Hasan M. Jamil: Logic-Based Association Rule Mining in XML Documents. APWeb Workshops 2006: 97-106
60 John Zeleznikow, Emilia Bellucci: Family_Mediator - Adding Notions of Fairness to Those of Interests. JURIX 2006: 121-130
59EEGiles Oatley, Brian Ewart, John Zeleznikow: Decision support systems for police: Lessons from the application of data mining techniques to "soft" forensic evidence. Artif. Intell. Law 14(1-2): 35-100 (2006)
58EEJohn Zeleznikow: Book Review. Artif. Intell. Law 14(3): 247-248 (2006)
57EEHong-Cheu Liu, John Zeleznikow: Relational computation for mining association rules from XML data. CIKM 2005: 253-254
56EEEmilia Bellucci, John Zeleznikow: Trade-Off Manipulations in the Development of Negotiation Decision Support Systems. HICSS 2005
55 Giles Oatley, John Zeleznikow, Brian Ewart: Criminal Networks and Spatial Density. ICAIL 2005: 246-247
54 Uri J. Schild, John Zeleznikow: A Taxonomy for Modelling Discretionary Decision Making in the Legal Domain. ICAIL 2005: 60-64
53EEPaul Hawking, Andrew Stein, John Zeleznikow, Pramod Sharma, Devon Nugent, Linda Dawson, Sue Foster: Emerging Issues in Location Based Tourism Systems. ICMB 2005: 75-81
52 Andrew Vincent, John Zeleznikow: The Desocialization of the Courts, Sentencing Decision Support and Plea Bargaining. JURIX 2005: 105-106
51EEYiming Zeng, Ruili Wang, John Zeleznikow, Elizabeth A. Kemp: Knowledge Representation for the Intelligent Legal Case Retrieval. KES (1) 2005: 339-345
50EEGiles Oatley, John Zeleznikow, Richard Leary, Brian Ewart: From Links to Meaning: A Burglary Data Case Study. KES (4) 2005: 813-822
49EEJohn Zeleznikow, Giles Oatley, Richard Leary: A Methodology for Constructing Decision Support Systems for Crime Detection. KES (4) 2005: 823-829
48EEArno R. Lodder, John Zeleznikow: Preface. Artif. Intell. Law 13(2): 189-192 (2005)
47EEEmilia Bellucci, John Zeleznikow: Developing Negotiation Decision Support Systems that Support Mediators: A Case Study of the Family_Winner System. Artif. Intell. Law 13(2): 233-271 (2005)
46EEEmilia Bellucci, Arno R. Lodder, John Zeleznikow: Integrating Artificial Intelligence, Argumentation and Game Theory to Develop an Online Dispute Resolution Environment. ICTAI 2004: 749-754
45 Jean Hall, Richard Hall, John Zeleznikow: A proposal for an evaluation repository for AI and Law systems. Evaluation of Legal Reasoning and Problem-Solving Systems 2003: 23-27
44 Maria Jean J. Hall, Richard Hall, John Zeleznikow: A process for evaluating legal knowledge-based systems based upon the Context Criteria Contingency-guidelines Framework. ICAIL 2003: 274-283
43 Jeroen Keppens, John Zeleznikow: A Model Based Reasoning Approach for Generating Plausible Crime Scenarios from Evidence. ICAIL 2003: 51-59
42EEMaria Jean J. Hall, Andrew Stranieri, John Zeleznikow: A Strategy for Evaluating Web-Based Discretionary Decision Support Systems. ADBIS Research Communications 2002: 108-130
41 John Zeleznikow: An Australian Perspective on Research and Development Required for the Construction of Applied Legal Decision Support Systems. Artif. Intell. Law 10(4): 237-260 (2002)
40 Jean Hall, John Zeleznikow: Acknowledging insufficiency in the evaluation of legal knowledge-based systems: Strategies towards a broad based evaluation model. ICAIL 2001: 147-156
39 Andrew Stranieri, John Yearwood, John Zeleznikow: Tools for placing legal decision support systems on the world wide web. ICAIL 2001: 206-214
38EEJohn Zeleznikow, James R. Nolan: Using soft computing to build real world intelligent decision support systems in uncertain domains. Decision Support Systems 31(2): 263-285 (2001)
37EEAndrew Stranieri, John Zeleznikow: Knowledge discovery for decision support in law. ICIS 2000: 635-639
36EEAndrew Stranieri, John Zeleznikow: Tools for intelligent decision support system development in the legal domain. ICTAI 2000: 186-189
35EEEmilia Bellucci, John Zeleznikow: AI techniques for modelling legal negotiation. ICAIL 1999: 108-116
34EEAndrew Stranieri, John Zeleznikow: The evaluation of legal knowledge based systems. ICAIL 1999: 18-24
33EEYaakov HaCohen-Kerner, Uri J. Schild, John Zeleznikow: Developing computational models of discretion to build legal knowledge based systems. ICAIL 1999: 206-213
32 Andrew Stranieri, John Zeleznikow, Mark Gawler, Bryn Lewis: A Hybrid Rule - Neural Approach for the Automation of Legal Reasoning in the Discretionary Domain of Family Aaw in Australia. Artif. Intell. Law 7(2-3): 153-183 (1999)
31 Andrew Stranieri, John Zeleznikow: Split Up: The Use of an Argument Based Knowledge Representation to Meet Expectations of Different Users for Discretionary Decision Making. AAAI/IAAI 1998: 1146-1151
30EEEmilia Bellucci, John Zeleznikow: A Comparative Study of Negotiation Decision Support Systems. HICSS (1) 1998: 254-262
29 John Zeleznikow, Andrew Stranieri: Knowledge Discovery in Discretionary Legal Domains. PAKDD 1998: 336-347
28EEVladimir Brusic, Peter van Endert, John Zeleznikow, Soizic Daniel, Jürgen Hammer, Nikolai Petrovsky: A neural network model approach to the study of human TAP transporter. In Silico Biology 1: 10 (1998)
27EEEmilia Bellucci, John Zeleznikow: Family_Negotiator: An Intelligent Tool for Supporting Legal Negotiation in Australian Family Law (Abstract). ICAIL 1997: 251
26EEJohn Zeleznikow, Andrew Stranieri: Knowledge Discovery in the Split Up Project. ICAIL 1997: 89-97
25EEJohn Zeleznikow, Andrew Stranieri: Knowledge Discovery in the Legal Domain . ICTAI 1997: 574-577
24EEBryn Lewis, Andrew Stranieri, John Zeleznikow: Scaling of neural network inferencing by efficient storage and retrieval of outputs. SAC 1997: 10-14
23EEJohn Zeleznikow: JURIX '96: Foundations of Legal Knowledge Based Systems. Journal of Information, Law and Technology 1997(2): (1997)
22 Emilia Bellucci, John Zeleznikow: Building computer tools for negotiation - the Family_Negotiator Project. IFIP World Conference on IT Tools 1996
21 Grace SauLan Loo, Tharam S. Dillon, John Zeleznikow, Kok-Huat Lee: Enhancing Query Processing of Information Systems. ISMIS 1996: 386-397
20EEAndrew Stranieri, John Zeleznikow: Levels of Reasoning as the Basis for a Formalisation of Argumentation. CIKM 1995: 333-339
19 John Zeleznikow, Daniel Hunter, Andrew Stranieri: Using Cases to Build Intelligent Decision Support Systems. DS-6 1995: 443-460
18EEJohn Zeleznikow, Andrew Stranieri: The Split-Up System: Integrating Neural Networks and Rule-Based Reasoning in the Legal Domain. ICAIL 1995: 185-194
17 John Zeleznikow, Andrew Stranieri, Mark Gawler: Project Report: Split-Up - A Legal Expert System which Determines Property Division upon Divorce. Artif. Intell. Law 3(4): 267-275 (1995)
16 John Zeleznikow, Daniel Hunter: Reasoning Paradigms in Legal Decision Support Systems. Artif. Intell. Rev. 9(6): 361-385 (1995)
15 Grace SauLan Loo, Kok-Huat Lee, Tharam S. Dillon, John Zeleznikow: Two Approaches for Answering Inadequate Queries-Empirical Project IDB-KROOM. FQAS 1994: 127-146
14 George Vossos, John Zeleznikow: Developing Co-operating Legal Knowledge Based Systems. AI*IA 1993: 160-165
13 Carol Bradburn, John Zeleznikow: The Application of Case-Based Reasoning to the Tasks of Health Care Planning. EWCBR 1993: 365-378
12EEGeorge Vossos, John Zeleznikow, Allan Moore, Daniel Hunter: The Credit Act Advisory System (CAAS): Conversion from an Expert System Prototype to a C++ Commercial System. ICAIL 1993: 180-183
11 Mike P. Papazoglou, John Zeleznikow: The Next Generation of Information Systems: From Data to Knowledge - A Selection of Papers Presented at Two IJCAI-91 Workshops, Sydney, Australia, August 26, 1991 Springer 1992
10 George Vossos, John Zeleznikow: Improving Automated Litigation Support by Supplementing Rule-Based Reasoning with Case-Based Reasoning. DEXA 1992: 138-142
9EEJohn Zeleznikow: Database Research at La Trobe University. SIGMOD Record 21(4): 53-56 (1992)
8 David Cleary, John Zeleznikow: Building Expert Database: L-CATA - An Intelligent Logic Based Travel Assistant. DEXA 1991: 130-134
7EEGeorge Vossos, John Zeleznikow, Tharam S. Dillon, Vivian Vossos: An Example of Integrating Legal Case Based Reasoning with Object-Oriented Rule-Based Systems: IKBALS II. ICAIL 1991: 31-41
6 Mike P. Papazoglou, John Zeleznikow: The Next Generation of Information Systems - From Intelligence to Distribution and Cooperation. The Next Generation of Information Systems 1991: 1-8
5 H. S. Yuen, S. Ho, John Zeleznikow: Adding Qualitative Reasoning to an Organizational Database for Management Decision Support. The Next Generation of Information Systems 1991: 79-103
4 George Vossos, Tharam S. Dillon, John Zeleznikow, Graeme Taylor: The Use of Object Oriented Principles to Develop Intelligent Legal Reasoning Systems. Australian Computer Journal 23(1): 2-10 (1991)
3 P. L. Tan, Tharam S. Dillon, John Zeleznikow: Modelling Exceptions in Semantic Database and Knowledge-based Systems. KBCS 1989: 120-132
2EEAnna Bodi, John Zeleznikow: Software design for electronic banking: managing the user-computer interface. ACM Conference on Computer Science 1988: 140-146
1 P. L. Tan, Tharam S. Dillon, John Zeleznikow: Representing Exceptions in Rule-Based Systems. Australian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence 1988: 240-255

Coauthor Index

1Brooke Abrahams [68]
2Witold Abramowicz [69]
3Emilia Bellucci [22] [27] [30] [35] [46] [47] [56] [60] [64]
4Anna Bodi [2]
5Carol Bradburn [13]
6Vladimir Brusic [28]
7David Cleary [8]
8Soizic Daniel [28]
9Linda Dawson [53]
10Tharam S. Dillon [1] [3] [4] [7] [15] [21]
11Peter van Endert [28]
12Brian Ewart [50] [55] [59]
13Sue Foster [53]
14Mark Gawler [17] [32]
15Pamela N. Gray [63]
16Xenogene Gray [63]
17Ying Guan [62]
18Yaakov HaCohen-Kerner [33]
19Jean Hall [40] [45]
20Maria Jean J. Hall [42] [44]
21Richard Hall [44] [45]
22Jürgen Hammer [28]
23Paul Hawking [53]
24S. Ho [5]
25Daniel Hunter [12] [16] [19]
26Hasan M. Jamil [61]
27Elizabeth A. Kemp [51]
28Jeroen Keppens [43]
29Richard Leary [49] [50]
30Kok-Huat Lee [15] [21]
31Bryn Lewis [24] [32]
32Hong-Cheu Liu [57] [61] [62]
33Arno R. Lodder [46] [48]
34Grace SauLan Loo [15] [21]
35Geraldine Mackenzie [64]
36Allan Moore [12]
37James R. Nolan [38]
38Devon Nugent [53]
39Giles Oatley [49] [50] [55] [59]
40Mike P. Papazoglou [6] [11]
41Nikolai Petrovsky [28]
42Uri J. Schild [33] [54] [64] [65] [66]
43Pramod Sharma [53]
44Andrew Stein [53]
45Piotr Stolarski [69]
46Andrew Stranieri [17] [18] [19] [20] [24] [25] [26] [29] [31] [32] [34] [36] [37] [39] [42]
47P. L. Tan [1] [3]
48Graeme Taylor [4]
49Tadeusz Tomaszewski [69]
50Andrew Vincent [52]
51George Vossos [4] [7] [10] [12] [14]
52Vivian Vossos [7]
53Ruili Wang [51]
54John Yearwood [39]
55Jeffrey Xu Yu [62]
56H. S. Yuen [5]
57Yiming Zeng [51]

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