SemanticHPST: Applying Semantic Web Principles and Technologies to the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology

Abstract : SemanticHPST is a project in which interacts ICT (especially Semantic Web) with history and philosophy of science and technology (HPST). Main difficulties in HPST are the large diversity of sources and points of view and a large volume of data. So, HPST scholars need to use new tools devoted to digital humanities based on semantic web. To ensure a certain level of genericity, this project is initially based on three sub-projects: the first one to the port-arsenal of Brest, the second one is dedicated to the correspondence of Henri Poincaré and the third one to the concept of energy. The aim of this paper is to present the project, its issues and goals and the first results and objectives in the field of harvesting distributed corpora, in advanced search in HPST corpora. Finally, we want to point out some issues about epistemological aspects about this project.
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Olivier Bruneau, Serge Garlatti, Muriel Guedj, Sylvain Laubé, Jean Lieber. SemanticHPST: Applying Semantic Web Principles and Technologies to the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology. The Semantic Web: ESWC 2015 Satellite Events , May 2015, Portoroz, Slovenia. pp.416-427, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-25639-9_53⟩. ⟨hal-01214698⟩

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