Construction des documents multistructurés dans le contexte des Humanités Numériques

Pierre-Edouard Portier 1
1 DRIM - Distribution, Recherche d'Information et Mobilité
LIRIS - Laboratoire d'InfoRmatique en Image et Systèmes d'information
Abstract : Documents appear from human-computer interactions. Thus, the following hypotheses have been validated by experiments with a team of researchers from ENS-Lyon. They work on the manuscripts of the philosopher Jean-Toussaint Desanti. We say that documents have a graph structure. They are sets of connected elements: manuscripts’ pages transcribed and annotated text, polygonal fragments of images, etc. Often, this graph will be partitioned in subgraphs with interesting properties (trees, acyclic graphs, edges with a similar semantic label, etc.). That is why we can say that a document is multi-structured. We study the annotation processes from which multiple structures are created. A critical analysis of how the XML formalism manages annotations gives us the foundations of our system based on the RDF formalism. We help the users building multi-structured documents by associating meaning to the discrete events of overlapping of annotations' terms. Finally, we generate visualizations of the context of the operations that manipulate terms of annotation (creation, deletion, etc.). Thus, we allow the dynamic construction and documentation of vocabularies.
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Pierre-Edouard Portier. Construction des documents multistructurés dans le contexte des Humanités Numériques. 2010. ⟨hal-01459918⟩



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