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000202216 245__ $$aEncoding metaknowledge for historical databases
000202216 269__ $$a2014
000202216 260__ $$c2014$$aLausanne
000202216 336__ $$aConference Papers
000202216 520__ $$aHistorical knowledge is fundamentally uncertain. A given account of an historical event is typically based on a series of sources and on sequences of interpretation and reasoning based on these sources. Generally, the product of this historical research takes the form of a synthesis, like a narrative or a map, but does not give a precise account of the intellectual process that led to this result. Our project consists of developing a methodology, based on semantic web technologies, to encode historical knowledge, while documenting, in detail, the intellectual sequences linking the historical sources with a given encoding, also know as paradata. More generally, the aim of this methodology is to build systems capable of representing multiple historical realities, as they are used to document the underlying processes in the construction of possible knowledge spaces.
000202216 6531_ $$aontology
000202216 6531_ $$ametaknowledge
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000202216 700__ $$0242352$$g137541$$aNuessli, Marc-Antoine
000202216 700__ $$0240415$$g174121$$aKaplan, Frédéric
000202216 7112_ $$dJuly 7-12, 2014$$cLausanne, Switzerland$$aDigital Humanities 2014
000202216 720_1 $$aTerras, Melissa$$eed.
000202216 720_1 $$aVerhoeven, Deb$$eed.
000202216 720_1 $$aClivaz, Claire$$eed.
000202216 720_1 $$aKaplan, Frédéric$$eed.$$g174121$$0240415
000202216 773__ $$tDigital Humanities 2014$$q288-289
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