The DAEDALUS System: A Tool for the Italian Investigating Magistrate and the Prosecutor. A Sample Session: Investigating an Extortion Case

Authors

  • Carmelo Asaro
  • Ephraim Nissan
  • Antonio A. Martino

Abstract

Daedalus is a computer tool, developed by an Italian magistrate --- Carmelo Asaro --- and integrated in his own daily routine as an investigating magistrate conducting inquiries, then as a prosecutor if and when the case investigated goes to court. This tool has recently been adopted by magistrates in judiciary offices throughout Italy, spawning moreover other related projects. First, this paper describes a sample session with daedalus. Next, an overview of an array of judicial tools leads to positioning daedalus in the context of the spectrum.

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Published

2012-02-21

How to Cite

Asaro, C., Nissan, E., & Martino, A. A. (2012). The DAEDALUS System: A Tool for the Italian Investigating Magistrate and the Prosecutor. A Sample Session: Investigating an Extortion Case. COMPUTING AND INFORMATICS, 20(6), 515–554. Retrieved from http://www.cai.sk/ojs/index.php/cai/article/view/534