NeDIMAH SpaceTime Bucharest WG1

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Presentation by Shawn Day - NeDIMAH Cross WG Meeting Bucharest Romania Nov 2012

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  • NeDIMAH SpaceTime Bucharest WG1

    1. 1. REFLECTIONS ON SPACE AND TIMESHAWN DAY - NEDIMAH WG 1 SPACE AND TIME BUCHAREST 3 NOVEMBER 2012
    2. 2. MEMBERS OF WORKGROUP DANIEL ALVES, NEW UNIVERSITY OF LISBON, PORTUGAL JENS ANDRESEN, UNIVERSITY OF AARHUS, DENMARK SHAWN DAY, ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY / DIGITAL HUMANITIES OBSERVATORY, IRELAND ØYVIND EIDE, KCL / UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, NORWAY EERO HYVÖNEN, AALTO UNIVERSITY, FINLAND LEIF ISAKSEN, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON, UNITED KINGDOM EETO MÄKELÄ, AALTO UNIVERSITY, FINLAND
    3. 3. HISTORYFORMED JULY 20111ST MEETING: LONDON NOVEMBER 20112ND MEETING: HAMBURG 2012
    4. 4. LONDON BY THE NUMBERS 1 DAY 50 PARTICIPANTS IN CONJUNCTION WITH JISC GEOSPATIAL INITIATIVE FORMAT INVOLVED INVITED PAPERS ON THREE THEMES: PLACE (SPATIAL CONCEPTS) PERIOD (TEMPORAL CONCEPTS) EVENT (INTERSECTING CONCEPTS)
    5. 5. National Representation at 2 WG1 Workshops DE USUK IE JP FRDKTW SERO LU LB FI CYCHCAAU PTNO ITGR AT 0 7.5 15 22.5 30 London 2011 Hamburg 2012
    6. 6. LONDON OBJECTIVESIDENTIFICATION OF KEY ISSUES FACINGPRACTITIONERS IN TEMPORAL AND GEOSPATIALSTUDIES IN THE DIGITAL HUMANITIESDEVISING A BASELINE FROM WHICH TO MEASUREIMPACT OF FUTURE SESSIONS
    7. 7. ON PLACECONTENTIOUS CONCEPT - DIVERGENT NEEDSWHAT ARE PLACES?NEGOTIATION BETWEEN THEPHYSICAL AND ABSTRACTSOUTHALL - THE PERILS OF THE DIGITAL GAZETTEERNICCOLUCCI - PLACES FLUID OVER TIMESCHEIDER - DEFINITION BY UNDERSTANDING CONSTRUCT
    8. 8. PLACE OUTCOMESWORK MUST INVOLVE USER CASE STUDIESBRING TOGETHER EMERGING COMMUNITIES OFINTEREST AND OF USELINKING EMERGING GAZETTEERSEMBRACE SOCIAL AS WELL AS LOCATIONALDEFINE LEVELS OF ABSTRACTION TO BROADENSPECTRUM OF USE
    9. 9. ON PERIODTEMPORAL DEFINITION NOT AS SIMPLE AS IT SEEMSNO UNIVERSAL DEFINITION OF PERIOD(S)LACK OF TEMPORAL GAZETTEERSBINDING - USE OF RELATIVE AS OPPOSED TO ABSOLUTETIMELINESMANTEGARI - FUZZY APPROACHES TO UNCERTAINTYWHITSON-CLOUD - PERIODS DEFINED BY CONTEXT
    10. 10. PERIOD OUTCOMESHOW CAN COMPLEXITIES BE MODELLED USEFULLY?HOW CAN SCALES BE INTEROPERABLE?NEGOTIATING BETWEEN SPECIALIST ANDCOMMUNITY DEFINITIONS
    11. 11. ON EVENTCOMBINE COMPLEXITIES OF TIME AND PLACECAN CHAIN INTO NARRATIVESSPINSANTI - EVENTS DEFINE RELATIVE STORIESEIDE - SPATIO-TEMPORAL REASONING TO REDUCEUNCERTAINTYSHAW - RELATIVE PERSPECTIVE ON EVENTS
    12. 12. EVENT OUTCOMESHOW CAN NARRATIVES BE REPRESENTED?HOW CAN PLACES GAIN A UNIFIED CONTEXT? -DANGEROUS, IMPORTANT, ETC.
    13. 13. WORKSHOP OUTCOMESNEED TO IDENTIFY CURRENT TECHNOLOGIES GAZETTEERS AND THESAURI ONTOLOGIESNEED TO DEFINE FUTURE NEEDS REFINING GAZETTEERS - DATA QUALITY STDS, ALIGNMENT WITH PERIODS, FILLING LACUNAE NEW ONTOLOGIES FOR PLACE THAT ARE LESS GEO-CENTRIC IMPACT OF LINKED DATA
    14. 14. HAMBURG BY THE NUMBERS 1 DAY WORKSHOP 75 ATTENDEES IN CONJUNCTION WITH DH2012 FORMAT INVOLVED PEER REVIEWED PAPERS ON TWO TOPICS: THEORY TOOLS AND APPLICATION
    15. 15. HAMBURG OBJECTIVESPROVIDE A FORUM FOR PRESENTATIONFOLLOWED BY FOCUSSED DISCUSSIONIDENTIFY NEEDS FOR WORKGROUP EFFORTS
    16. 16. ON THEORYBOSTENARU - CAN PHENOMENON OF SPACE ANDTIME BE RECREATED OUT OF ORIGINAL CONTEXT?KRTEZSCHMAR - AGENT-BASED MODELLING TOPERMIT MULTI-DIRECTIONAL FLOWGROSSNER - REPRESENTATIONS OF THEINEXTRICABLE BIND OF PLACE AND TIME
    17. 17. ON TOOLS AND APPLICATION HARA - HUTIME/HUSPACE - PERSPECTIVE ON EVENTS MCCLURE - NEATLINE FOR EMBEDDING EVIDENCE IN NARRATIVE VISUALISATION BYRNE - GEOGRAPHIC ANNOTATIONS PLATFORM FOR AUTOMATED NAME ENTITY RECOGNITION FOR NARRATIVES KATH - USING NLP TO MAP SPREAD OF IDEAS IN ANTIQUITY
    18. 18. BREAKOUT: THEORYCONNECT DIGITAL TOOLS WITH UNDERLYING THEORYSTRATEGIES FOR NARRATIVE REPRESENTATIONTHEORISING VAGUENESS AND AMBIGUITY
    19. 19. BREAKOUT: METHODSTOOLS ARE AN INSTANTIATION OF METHODSDIGITAL LITERACY FOR PEER EVALUATIONMETHODS AS A BRIDGE FOR COMMONUNDERSTANDING
    20. 20. BREAKOUT: INFRASTRUCTURE VERNACULAR MAPPING AMBIGUOUSLY NAMED ENTITIES UNCERTAINTY INVESTMENT IN HARMONISING ONTOLOGIES
    21. 21. BREAKOUT: TOOLSLEARNING START SIMPLE AND BUILD LIMIT SCOPE AND FIND INTEROPERABILITY APPRECIATE NON-ROMAN ASPECTS OF TOOLS GROUNDING AUTHORITY AND AUTHENTICITY
    22. 22. BREAKOUT: TOOLSMODELLING FOR VECTORS OF INTENSITYALLOWING FOR RELATIVE/FLOATING ENTITYREFERENCECAPTURE MOMENTUM, VELOCITY, FLUIDITY,TRAJECTORY AND INTENSITY IN SPACE AND TIME
    23. 23. WORKSHOP OUTCOMESSTIMULATE AWARENESS OF API’S AND SERVICESREINFORCE OPEN ACCESSCAPTURE AND ALLOW FOR AMBIGUITY AND FLUIDITYSHARE LESSONS AND LEARNINGS FROM REALITY

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