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Locating related regulations using a comparative analysis approach

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Locating related regulations using a comparative analysis approach
The sheer volume and complexity of government regulations make any attempt to locate, understand and interpret the information a daunting task. Other factors, such as the scattered distribution of the regulations across many sources, different terminologies and cross referencing, further complicate the technical issues in developing a regulation information management system. This paper describes a comparative analysis approach and its potential application to assist locating relevant regulations from different sources. Examples from environmental regulations are employed to illustrate the proposed methodology and framework. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.3.3 [Information Storage and Retrieval]: Information Search and Retrieval
Gloria T. Lau, Haoyi Wang, Kincho H. Law
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where DGO
Authors Gloria T. Lau, Haoyi Wang, Kincho H. Law
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