Semantic Model Representation In Colombian Computer Law

Juan Fernando Rojas, Julio Baron, Paulo Gaona

Abstract


Ontological representations in different domains of reality enable the creation of conceptual relationships that can be coded to reuse and share knowledge. The present article proposes a semantic model representation in Colombian computer law through the methodological process of Methontology. This proposal is the first approximation of a legal semantic model in Colombia that allows structuring searches founded on inferences to obtain information with a high degree of relevance for lawful expert users. The queries of the proposed model are made by semantic content, contrasting to the current legal information search engines which execute queries by textual coincidence.

Keywords


Knowledge; conceptualization; semantics; computer law; model; inference; ontology

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18180/tecciencia.28.4

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