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    Title: 以機器學習與規則方法辨識中文民事裁判書結構
    Other Titles: Using machine learning and pattern-based methods for identifying elements in Chinese judgment documents of civil cases
    Authors: 劉昭麟;林泓任;劉威志;楊婕
    Liu, Chao-Lin;Lin, Hong-Ren;Liu, Wei-Zhi;Yang, Chieh
    Contributors: 資訊系
    Date: 2022-11
    Issue Date: 2023-11-30 11:28:06 (UTC+8)
    Relation: 第卅四屆自然語言與語音處理研討會論文集, 台北醫學大學,中華民國計算語言學會, pp.107-115
    Data Type: conference
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