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From RESEDA's Metalanguage to NKRL, the Narrative Knowledge Representation Language: Useful Computational Tools for the Historians

Abstract : We deal in this paper with the transition from the RESEDA's metalanguage, expressly created for dealing with historical information concerning the French Humanism in the 14th and 15th Centuries, to NKRL, a knowledge representation language for dealing with "narrative" information in general. We have then tried to show that this passage, without compromise in any way the possibility of dealing in a computerized advanced way with the original historical information, has introduced on the contrary some interesting and up-to-data innovations that can render even more efficient the description and management of historical data according to the original RESEDA approach.
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Gian Zarri. From RESEDA's Metalanguage to NKRL, the Narrative Knowledge Representation Language: Useful Computational Tools for the Historians. Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities, Episciences.org, In press. ⟨hal-02482377⟩

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