Ontologies and Logic Reasoning as Tools in Humanities?

https://openmethods.dariah.eu/2017/09/13/dhq-digital-humanities-quarterly-ontologies-and-logic-reasoning-as-tools-in-humanities/ Ontologies and Logic Reasoning as Tools in Humanities? - OpenMethods 2017-09-13 09:58:32 Introduction: This publication demonstrates how a specific digital method is a real tool for digital researches and analysis. Delphine Montoliu http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/3/4/000068/000068.html Blog post Analysis Annotating Assessing Bit Stream Preservation Brainstorming Browsing Capture Cluster Analysis Code Collocation Analysis Computers Concordancing Creation Data Encoding English Enrichment File Give Overview Images Information Retrieval Interpretation Language Literature Map Mapping Meta-Activities Methods Named Entities Named Entity Recognition Network Analysis POS-Tagging Programming Projects Research Activities Research Objects Research Process Research Results Research Techniques Software Standards Stilistic Analysis Structural Analysis Teaching / Learning Text Tools Topic Modeling Visualization via bookmarklet

Introduction by OpenMethods Editor (Delphine Montoliu): This publication demonstrates how a specific digital method is a real tool for digital researches and analysis.

Information seems to be essential for our lives. Humans get information everywhere, not only on the Internet, TV or radio channels and books, but also by talking to people or looking at road signs. We are constantly faced with problems and by solving these problems, our ability of using information is requested. But do we always find a solution just in time? And do we know when and where we can use information correctly? In daily life, we have to get information as quickly as possible. The Internet is a “mine” of information, but, like in a real mine, we need to light the darkness, to navigate by maps so that we are able to dig at the right point.

 

Original publication date: 2009.

Source: DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly: Ontologies and Logic Reasoning as Tools in Humanities?