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AssetDivider : a new mediation tool in Australian family law

Bellucci, Emilia 2008, AssetDivider : a new mediation tool in Australian family law, in HUCOM 2008 : Proceedings of the first International Working Conference on Human Factors and Computational Models in Negotiation, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, HUCOM, [Delft, The Netherlands], pp. 11-18.

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Title AssetDivider : a new mediation tool in Australian family law
Author(s) Bellucci, Emilia
Conference name International Working Conference on Human Factors and Computational Models in Negotiation (1st : 2008 : Delft, The Netherlands)
Conference location Delft, The Netherlands
Conference dates 8-9 Dec. 2008
Title of proceedings HUCOM 2008 : Proceedings of the first International Working Conference on Human Factors and Computational Models in Negotiation, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
Editor(s) Hindriks, Koen V.
Brinkman, Willem-Paul
Publication date 2008
Conference series International Working Conference on Human Factors and Computational Models in Negotiation
Start page 11
End page 18
Total pages 8
Publisher HUCOM
Place of publication [Delft, The Netherlands]
Keyword(s) negotiation support systems
family law mediation
Summary This article describes research in a new theory of decision support in negotiation in family law mediation. AssetDivider was based on the principles of Family_Winner. As a Negotiation Decision Support System Family_Winner takes ratings assigned to items by the parties involved and develops a list of allocations to each party; based on trade-offs inherently present in the dispute. Given advice provided from our industry partners Relationships Australia (Queensland) - RAQ, AssetDivider uses an ideal “percentage split” to guide the development of an allocation list for parties. The system has been tested informally by our contacts at RAQ, and we now look forward to extensive testing and evaluation by mediators at RAQ in the near future. We hope to report on a comprehensive evaluation which will report on the effectiveness of this program in practice.
Notes Reproduced with the kind permission of the copyright owner
Language eng
Field of Research 080699 Information Systems not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 970108 Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences
HERDC Research category E1.1 Full written paper - refereed
Copyright notice ©2008, HUCOM
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30032773

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