Existing fair division algorithms are tested under many legal cases analyzed by the legal teams of the CREA project in three sectors: Inheritances, Divorces and Company Law. Each example is commented from the algorithm designers’ viewpoint. A list of the features that should be present in a general-purpose procedure for allocating goods in a judicial setting are given, together with other additional features that could be developed as side projects if resources allow. A guideline for designing procedures based on the existing specimens but tailored for the specific needs of aiding legal specialists and citizens is outlined.

Fair Division and the Law: How real cases help shape allocation procedures in the legal settings across European countries / Dall'Aglio, Marco. - (2019), pp. 185-222.

Fair Division and the Law: How real cases help shape allocation procedures in the legal settings across European countries

Marco Dall'Aglio
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2019

Abstract

Existing fair division algorithms are tested under many legal cases analyzed by the legal teams of the CREA project in three sectors: Inheritances, Divorces and Company Law. Each example is commented from the algorithm designers’ viewpoint. A list of the features that should be present in a general-purpose procedure for allocating goods in a judicial setting are given, together with other additional features that could be developed as side projects if resources allow. A guideline for designing procedures based on the existing specimens but tailored for the specific needs of aiding legal specialists and citizens is outlined.
978-88-921-8923-2
Fair Division, Algorithms, Family Law, Company Law
Fair Division and the Law: How real cases help shape allocation procedures in the legal settings across European countries / Dall'Aglio, Marco. - (2019), pp. 185-222.
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