Divers motifs dans les représentations de l’Ascension du Christ en Occident entre le IXe et le XIIIe siècle. Étude de liens quasi implicatifs

Jean-Claude Régnier 1 Magali Guénot 2
1 ICAR 2
ICAR - Interactions, Corpus, Apprentissages, Représentations, PSIEM - Psicologia da Educação Matematica, Ciências Cognitivas e Tecnologia Educacional, Educação Digital
Abstract : In art history, serial analysis consists on the study of a series of pictures which share thesame subject, technic or production. Its main objective is to determine the permanences andthe differences within the same series, by using statistics. As part of a work about theiconography of the Ascension of Christ in Occident between the 9th and the 13th century,many motives appeared, between which we have to check causal relationship and then,according to the results, to propose an interpretation. Statistic implicative analysis is used toobserve connections between motives, to ease the reading.
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Jean-Claude Régnier, Magali Guénot. Divers motifs dans les représentations de l’Ascension du Christ en Occident entre le IXe et le XIIIe siècle. Étude de liens quasi implicatifs. Jean-Claude Régnier. analyse statistique implicative : des sciences dures aux sciences humaines et sociales, ARSA Association pour la Recherche en Statistique Appliquée, pp.603-623, 2015, 978-9973-9819-0-5. ⟨http://sites.univ-lyon2.fr/asi8/⟩. ⟨hal-01262573⟩

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