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  • TRANSLATION A Path to Transfer Legal Knowledge in East Asia : The Introduction to Legal Science in Japan, China and Taiwan(3)  [in Japanese]

    王 泰升 , 坂口 一成 [訳]

    阪大法学 = Osaka law review 70(1), 181-220, 2020-05

  • Indonesian Legal Education and the Training of Professionals for the Legal Field; A Comparative Study of General University and Islamic University  [in Japanese]

    服部 美奈 , 神内 陽子 , HATTORI Mina , JINNAI Yoko

    … This study describes the characteristics of legal education in Indonesian higher education, and examines the position and role of higher education towards the training of professionals for the legal field. … A historical overview of these institutions is followed by an explanation of the current Indonesian situation for legal education. …

    名古屋大学大学院教育発達科学研究科紀要. 教育科学 66(2), 173-198, 2020-03-31

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  • Translation Society: Translation Study and Tōwa Study in Early Modern Japan  [in Japanese]

    袁 葉

    … While it might be difficult to have a definite answer to his identity with our current knowledge, it is possible to suggest some idea of what kind of person Sei Hakumei might have been. … Hokkei was entrusted by Yoshimune and led a Ming legal code group. …

    第43回 国際日本文学研究集会会議録 = PROCEEDINGS OF THE 43rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON JAPANESE LITERATURE (43), 80-90, 2020-03-26

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  • TRANSLATION : A Path to Transfer Legal Knowledge in East Asia : The Introduction to Legal Science in Japan, China and Taiwan(2)  [in Japanese]

    王 泰升 , 坂口 一成 [訳]

    阪大法学 = Osaka law review 69(6), 1521-1562, 2020-03

  • Law-Related Education for Children from Multicultural Backgrounds  [in Japanese]

    金 鉉善

    … Law-Related Education (henceforth 'LRE') in Japan is defined as "Education to equip non-lawyers with the knowledge and skills pertaining to the law, the legal process, and the legal system, as well as the fundamental principles and values on which they are based." The LRE in Japan is based on The Law-Related Education Act of 1978, of The United States of America.So far, Japanese elementary, middle and high school students have been the center of the LRE's study. …

    広島法学 43(4), 280-265, 2020-03

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  • The influence of understanding and acceptance of criminal procedure code and psychological knowledge on judgement of guilt or innocence  [in Japanese]

    山崎 優子

    … The purpose of this research is to clarify how understanding and acceptance of knowledge, which is necessary in order to judge the innocence or guilt of a defendant, influences decisions of lay judges. … However, previous research has shown that lay judges often do not fully understand this knowledge, and further, even if they have adequate knowledge, it is difficult for them to judge correspondingly. …

    哲學 (144), 177-199, 2020-03

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  • The Social Structure and Legal System of the Buryats under the Russian Empire : A Comparison with Qing Mongolia  [in Japanese]

    額定其労

    … This paper explores the social structure and legal system of the Buryats under Russian rule, and compares them with the case of the Mongols under the Qing Empire. … Through examining the case of the Buryats, who have left various laws written in Mongolian script but have been little studied, this paper aims to broaden the scholarship of Mongolian legal history that has so far largely been limited to Qing Mongolia. …

    東洋文化研究所紀要 176, 95-126, 2020-02

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  • TRANSLATION : A Path to Transfer Legal Knowledge in East Asia : The Introduction to Legal Science in Japan, China and Taiwan(1)  [in Japanese]

    王 泰升 , 坂口 一成 [訳]

    阪大法学 = Osaka law review 69(5), 1097-1141, 2020-01

  • Significance and issues for promotion of groundwater governance in Japan  [in Japanese]

    CHIBA Tomoyo

    legal, regulatory and institutional frameworks; … and information, knowledge and science - and discusses the significance and issues of introducing the concept of groundwater governance.</p> …

    Journal of Groundwater Hydrology 62(2), 191-205, 2020

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  • Japanese guidelines for occupational allergic diseases 2020

    Dobashi Kunio , Usami Atsushi , Yokozeki Hiroo , Tsurikisawa Naomi , Nakamura Yoichi , Sato Kazuhiro , Okumura Jiro , Yamaguchi Masao , Committee for Japanese Guideline for Diagnosis and Management of Occupational Allergic Disease The Japanese Society of Allergology

    … This guideline consists of six chapters about occupational asthma, occupational allergic rhinitis, occupational skin diseases, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, occupational anaphylaxis shock, and the legal aspects of these diseases. …

    Allergology International 69(3), 387-404, 2020

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  • Community Participation Pattern in Communal Village Land Utilization

    Zaim Zaflis , Rudiarto Iwan , Buchori Imam , Wahyudi Ade

    … This study fills this gap, especially the utilisation of Bengkok land as village-owned land and explores the knowledge that drives changes in customary land management rights in Indrokilo sub-village. … Changing the Bengkok land management rights for communal interests requires legal strengthening through regional regulations in order to recognise the existence of farmer groups, promote justice, and reduce poverty for the sustainability of suburban area development.</p> …

    International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development 8(3), 54-67, 2020

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  • Japanese Mistakable Legal Term Correction using Infrequency-aware BERT Classifier

    Yamakoshi Takahiro , Komamizu Takahiro , Ogawa Yasuhiro , Toyama Katsuhiko

    … <p>We propose a method to assist legislative drafters that locates inappropriate legal terms in Japanese statutorysentences and suggests corrections. … We focus on sets of mistakable legal terms whose usages are defined in legislationdrafting rules. … Our method predicts suitable legal terms using a classifier based on BERT (Bidirectional EncoderRepresentations from Transformers). … thus,it contains abundant linguistic knowledge. …

    Transactions of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence 35(4), E-K25_1-17, 2020

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  • Extraction of important features for risk prediction in contracts  [in Japanese]

    ABE Tomohiko , FUJII Mina , MORITA Hiromu , IWAKI Yasuhiro , KATO Tsuneaki

    … <p>Contract review requires legal knowledge, which makes it difficult for non-experts while easy for experts in the legal department. … To overcome such legal disparity, we need to automate the review process, especially risk decision in contracts. …

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of JSAI JSAI2020(0), 4P3OS803-4P3OS803, 2020

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  • Potentiality of AI Technology for Practical Issues in Contract Drafting and Review  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Hisatake

    … During drafting, they ask their own legal department or advisory legal firm for a contract review. … Legal officers in these organization provide comments on (1) an unfavorable term, (2) lack of a necessary term, (3) a typographic error, (4) an inappropriate use of legal terms, and so on, by referencing similar contracts. … They conduct this inspection with their highly specialized knowledge and experience; …

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of JSAI JSAI2020(0), 4P3OS804-4P3OS804, 2020

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  • AI and a scope of "information fiduciary"  [in Japanese]

    AKASAKA Ryota

    … This should be discussed legal studies too. … However, the notion of fiduciary relationship is broad that is linked based on the asymmetry of knowledge and technology and fiduciary duty sometimes involve information disclosure or accountability. … This means the concept of "information fiduciary" may possible to be regard a legal base of trustworthy AI and its transparency and accountability. …

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of JSAI JSAI2020(0), 3N1OS11a02-3N1OS11a02, 2020

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  • (OS invited talk) Trust, Trust, Trust:Investigation on the Concepts about Responsibility and Explanation  [in Japanese]

    OHYA Takehiro

    … Through knowledge in legal history and comparative law, in addition, to classify measures to maintain credibility to systems from the viewpoint of disparity of information and capability between the user and the used.</p> …

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of JSAI JSAI2020(0), 3N1OS11a01-3N1OS11a01, 2020

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  • Chemical Profiles of Twenty-three Monovarietal Olive Oils Produced in Liangshan Region of China

    Wang Yongjin , Yu Le , Zhu Yuting , Zhao Anni , Zhang Fei , Zhang Hui , Jin Qingzhe , Wu Gangcheng , Wang Xingguo

    … The tested cultivars produced excellent olive oils with an appreciable amount of natural antioxidants and chemical composition within the legal range. … To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work on the differentiation of the chemical constituents of virgin olive oils.</p> …

    Journal of Oleo Science 69(6), 605-615, 2020

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  • Systems and actual practices of occupational safety and health risk management in the People's Republic of China  [in Japanese]

    Ito Naoto , Hiraoka Ko , Kajiki Shigeyuki , Kobayashi Yuichi , Uehara Masamichi , Nakanishi Shigemoto , Mori Koji

    … This information was analyzed in terms of legal framework, professional staff, working environment measurements, medical examinations, occupational diseases, and occupational health service providers. … There are great disparities in specialist knowledge about health and hygiene between company staff and external organizations, thus running the risk of corporate health and safety policies existing only on paper. …

    SANGYO EISEIGAKU ZASSHI 62(2), 72-82, 2020

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  • Future vision of telemedicine for Biomedical Laboratory Scientists: Report of the International Young Biomedical Laboratory Scientists Forum 2019  [in Japanese]

    YASUE Tomomi , ITO Eisuke , ITO Daisuke , ONOZAWA Yuya , YAMAMOTO Masafumi , NAMIKAWA Yui , KIKUCHI Ryosuke , TAKEURA Hisashi

    … However, many issues remain to be solved, such as the development of security and legal systems, and the definition of responsibility for medical errors caused by AI. … Therefore, we agreed that it is desirable to acquire the knowledge necessary for information security and AI in the educational curriculum of BLS. …

    Japanese Journal of Medical Technology 69(1), 101-105, 2020

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  • Japanese guidelines for occupational allergic diseases 2020

    Kunio Dobashi , Atsushi Usami , Hiroo Yokozeki , Naomi Tsurikisawa , Yoichi Nakamura , Kazuhiro Sato , Jiro Okumura , Masao Yamaguchi

    … This guideline consists of six chapters about occupational asthma, occupational allergic rhinitis, occupational skin diseases, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, occupational anaphylaxis shock, and the legal aspects of these diseases. …

    Allergology International = Allergology International 69(3), 387-404, 2020

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