Modeling and analysis of legal documents is becom- ing more widely used in eGovernment practices. To support these activities, various frameworks, standards and ICT-based tools have been developed in the recent years. These approaches are mostly oriented towards defining common standards, managing legal documents and check compliance with current regulations. We have devised a tool-supported methodology that allows to model and analyze laws and procedures within public adminis- trations. The approach used in this paper is based on the Business Process Modeling Notation for the visualization and formalization of business processes. In this paper, we show how our approach can be applied on the part of the Italian Immigration Law1 concerning Family Reunification as a case study.

Law Modeling with Ontological Support and BPMN: a Case Study

Ciaghi, Aaron;Weldemariam, Komminist Sisai;Villafiorita Monteleone, Adolfo
2011

Abstract

Modeling and analysis of legal documents is becom- ing more widely used in eGovernment practices. To support these activities, various frameworks, standards and ICT-based tools have been developed in the recent years. These approaches are mostly oriented towards defining common standards, managing legal documents and check compliance with current regulations. We have devised a tool-supported methodology that allows to model and analyze laws and procedures within public adminis- trations. The approach used in this paper is based on the Business Process Modeling Notation for the visualization and formalization of business processes. In this paper, we show how our approach can be applied on the part of the Italian Immigration Law1 concerning Family Reunification as a case study.
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