Query : Semantic knowledge
- Amblard, Maxime9
- Eero Hyvönen5
- Macoir, Joël5
- Doré, Antoine3
- Dragana Antonijević3
- Gautier, Laurent3
- Luciane Paula Vital3
- Michalon, Jérôme3
- A. Cerase2
- Adilson Luiz Pinto2
- Alejandro Raiter2
- Alexandre, Frédéric2
- Alexandre Leopoldo Gonçalves2
- Amardeilh, Florence2
- Andrenizia Aquino Eluan2
- Antoine Isaac2
- Athari Nikazm, Marzieh2
- Benildes Coura Moreira dos Santos Maculan2
- Brambati, Simona Maria2
- Camila Monteiro de Barros2
- Cultural Heritage and Museology241
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences155
- Methods and Statistics118
- Communication Sciences99
- Architecture and Space Management63
- Art and Art History44
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology42
- Archaeology and Prehistory30
- Musicology and Performing Arts25
- Gender Studies15
- Biological Anthropology13
- Political Science13
- Classical Studies10
- Economies and Finances10
- Environmental studies5
Semantic-oriented Recommandation for Content Enrichment
In this thesis, we aim at enriching the content of an unstructured document with respect to a domain of interest. The goal is to minimize the vocabulary and informational gap between the document and the domain. Such an enrichment which is based on Natural Language Processing and Information Retriev...
Minimalist Grammars and Minimalist Categorial Grammars, definitions toward inclusion of generated languages
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A memory assistant for very small software engineering projects
We propose to assist the memory of very small software engineering projects with the simplest possible infrastructure (a semantic wiki) and knowledge management activities embedded in two processes from ISO/IEC 29110, project management and software implementation. Registration, re-use, research and...
Explain an ‘invisible’ pathology to the patient. The use of a metaphor to represent Alzheimer’s disease in geriatric consultation
Head of the geriatric department of a Paris hospital, Prof. A. is used to produce a common reference object to describe Alzheimer’s disease to its patients by using the description of a house whose damaged staircase does not allow access to the upper floor rooms, symbolisation of their preserved int...
Towards interoperability of geographical data related to textile industry heritage
International audience The TECTONIQ project studies digital systems implemented by the different actors involved to manage, disseminate and exchange information about the Textile Industrial Heritage (TIH) on the territory of Nord of France. The objective is to provide a knowledge representation that...
Discovering multi-relational association rules from ontological knowledge bases to enrich ontologies
In the Semantic Web context, OWL ontologies represent explicit domain knowledge based on the conceptualization of domains of interest while the corresponding assertional knowledge is given by RDF data referring to them. In this thesis, based on ideas derived from ILP, we aim at discovering hidden kn...
Organizational Memories Contribution in a Learning Context
The acts to teach, to learn and to work are never socially isolated. According to (Benoit, 2000), they are the cultural resultant, articulated and developed through a defined practice gathering in a place, virtual reality or, an unspecified number actors questioning themselves and wondering about th...
Acquisition of knowledge from automatic text selections: attempt to operationalise the Conjoining Development Area
The paper documents can be ordered from http://www.utc.fr/tice2004/commande_actes_tice2004.doc This article presents a digital school manual and its experimentation with graduate students and IUFM trainees. Rafales (Automatic Compendium promoting the acquisition of a foreign language of speciality)...
Using online presence data for recommending human resources in the OP4L project
International audience In order to help and support learning practices, the development of web-based Personal Learning Environments (PLE) is widely adopted. A PLE is a set of services customized by the student. Among these services, resource (either digital or human) recommendation is a crucial one....
Using SDRT to analyze pathological conversations. Logicality, rationality and pragmatic deviances
International audience Schizophrenia is well-known among mental illnesses for the severity of the thought dis- orders it involves, and for their widespread and spectacular manifestations ranging from deviant social behavior to delusion, not to mention affective and sensory distortions. Confronted wi...
PolimaWiki: a semantic Wiki for the analysis of lists in the Middle Ages, limits and inputs
Since some 30 years, reflection on the uses of writing has become one of the main avenues of access to the understanding of medieval societies. The list has emerged as one of the typical forms of multi-faceted use of writing, the purpose of which is both knowledge and action. The Polima project, whi...
Lol, mdr and ptdr: An inclusive and gradual approach to discourse markers
Given the extensive use of LOL (Laughing Out Loud), MDR (Mort De Rire) and PTDR (PéTé De Rire) in French texting and the inclusion of lol in the Oxford English Dictionary in 2011 and in Le Petit Robert in 2013, this paper aims to study the functioning of these three initialisms. Considered mainly as...
Culture: meanings and different models of scientific and technical culture
A expressão «cultura científica», cada vez mais em uso, pode ser considerada uma modernização ou uma atualização, de acordo com a sociedade do conhecimento, nominal ou terminológica de palavras e de práticas anteriores em educação e comunicação científica. Com esta nova expressão evitam-se restriçõe...
TSACO: Extending a context-aware recommendation system with Allen temporal operators
Social networks and Web 3.0: their impact on the management and marketing of organizations
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Royal Governor or Knight Crossing? Boucicaut in Genoa: an interested administration
In 1403 Jean II Le Meingre dit Boucicaut, Royal Governor of Genoa appointed by Charles VI, is searching for the East. After peace in the republic, he entered into war against the enemy who never left his thoughts: it is not true. However, he knows that Venice, the main rival of Genoa, maintains only...
Linguistic representation of civilisation, culture and intercultural words. What identity constructions conveyed by Colombian teachers in French?
summary This study concerns not only the Sémtique des Possible Argentatives, but also the teaching of foreign languages, as it sets up an experimental protocol that incorporates a semantic approach to the analysis of the report to knowledge. The latter seeks to understand the teaching practices of C...
Linear series in speech
This article is concerned with the textual realisation of series of discourse segments. The analysis of the morphological characteristics of discursively marked series, and of the different groups of markers called upon in signalling these series, show that the creation of series in discourse is a c...
CIDOC CRM mapping for the integration of RESTORE project resources
The RESTORE project (smaRt accESs TO digital heRitage and mEmory) started in June 2020 with a duration of 2 years. The project consortium, coordinated by the Istituto Opera del Vocabolario Italiano - CNR (National Research Council of Italy), includes the State Archives and the Museum of Palazzo Pret...
TRAINING OF THE FUTURE INTERPRETERS’ WORKING MEMORY
The article is devoted to the issues of functioning and training of short-term and long-term memory of future interpreters. The concept of translation competence is considered, and it is noted that in order for it to be at a rather high level, an interpreter needs to have a good knowledge of at le...
A merging data tool for knowledge based photogrammetry: the case study of the castle of shawbak,Jordan
International audience The present paper addresses an approach for merging heritage survey and archaeological knowledge. The theoretical framework is <br />the integration between photogrammetric survey and documentation process, practically used in different archaeological excavation. <br />Merging...
The retrieval of a person’s own name: basic elements on semantic memory information and elements applied for the management of Elzheimer’s disease.
being able to identify the person in front of himself and be able to find his or her name are essential activities for everyday social interaction. However, its own name appears to be specific information compared with other information available on a person. The retrieval of this information is oft...
Can we import the “Revolution in Military Affairs”?
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe Transformation is the new semantic cladding of a Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) which has been organising the US strategic debate for 15 years. These concepts refer to US technical and tactical efficiency, but also to some ambiguities in the relationship between tacti...
The ironies of (the) serendipity in Robert K. Merton’s work
In what circumstances and why did Robert K. Merton meet the idea of serendipity? What place does it occupy in his work? This article proposes a step-by-step reconstruction of the history of this meeting, which is not lacking irony or pungency. In itself, ‘serendipian’, the accidental but so fertile...
Keys adverbs and adverbial motifs in English fiction and their French functional equivalents. Chapter 3
International audience In this contribution we take a keyword approach (Scott and Tribble 2006) to exploring the part key ‘descriptive’ adverbs play in the creation of literariness (литературность, Jakobson 1921) in English novels compared with their functional equivalents in French novels. To our k...