Title: Computer-aided Judicial Analysis: Predicting...
Publisher: Greenwood Press
Book Condition: Very Good
1992. Hardcover. Provides an overview of computer-aided analysis and the role of decision-aiding software in the legal process. Nagel deals with judicial prediction from prior cases and from present facts; and he emphasizes the prescribing role of judges, and covers computer-aided mediation. Num Pages: 392 pages, black & white illustrations. BIC Classification: 1DBKE; 1DBKW; LNA; UY. Category: (P) Professional & Vocational. Dimension: 229 x 152 x 25. Weight in Grams: 747. "Includes bibliographical references (p. -364) and indexes. Commissioning organisation: Stuart S. Nagel. xx, 372 p. 24 cm. Publishers cloth. Fine clean copy with bright gilt title on spine and front board, well defined edges and tight binding, clean and crisp pages." Keywords: "Business, Finance & Law - Law - English,Subjects - Business, Finance & Law - Law - English - General,Subjects - Business, Finance & Law - Law - English - Legal System -". Not a first edition copy. . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # KEX0140160
Decision-aiding software, the underpinning of computer-aided judicial analysis, can facilitate the prediction of how cases are likely to be decided, prescribe decisions that should be reached in such cases, and help administrate more efficiently the court process. It can do so, says Nagel, by listing past cases on each row of a spreadsheet matrix, by listing predictive criteria in the columns, and in general by showing for each factual element the estimated probability of winning a case. The software aggregates the information available and deduces likely outcomes. But it can also prescribe judicial decisions by listing alternatives in the rows, the goals to be achieved in the columns, and by showing relations between alternatives in the cells. By similar means decision-aiding software can also help perform administrative tasks, such as rationally assigning judges or other personnel to cases, and by sequencing cases to reduce the time consumed by each case.
In Part I, Nagel provides an overview of computer-aided analysis and the role of decision-aiding software in the legal process. In the second part he deals with judicial prediction from prior cases and from present facts; and in the third part he emphasizes the prescribing role of judges, particularly in deciding the rules that ought to be applied in civil and criminal procedures. Nagel also covers computer-aided mediation and provides a new perspective on judicial decisions. Then, in Part IV, he treats at length the process of judicial administration and how to improve its efficiency. Of particular interest to court personnel will be the benefits to be derived from reducing delays and in the docketing and sequencing of cases.
In the context of judicial analysis, decision-aiding software can help predict the outcome of cases, can prescribe what decisions should be reached in the light of goals to be achieved and available alternatives, and it can facilitate the administration of court cases and minimize delays and unnecessary effort and expense.
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