Thesis ID: CBB001567603

A Quadruple-Based Text Analysis System for History and Philosophy of Science (2014)

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Damerow, Julia (Author)


Laubichler, Manfred
Creath, Richard
Ellison, Karin
Renn, Jürgen
Arizona State University
Creath, Richard
Ellison, Karin
Hooper, Wallace
Renn, Jürgen
Maienschein, Jane
Hooper, Wallace


Publication Date: 2014
Edition Details: Advisor: Laubichler, Manfred, Maienschein, Jane; Committee Members: Creath, Richard, Ellison, Karin, Hooper, Wallace, Renn, Jurgen.
Physical Details: 268 pp.
Language: English

Computational tools in the digital humanities often either work on the macro-scale, enabling researchers to analyze huge amounts of data, or on the micro-scale, supporting scholars in the interpretation and analysis of individual documents. The proposed research system that was developed in the context of this dissertation ("Quadriga System") works to bridge these two extremes by offering tools to support close reading and interpretation of texts, while at the same time providing a means for collaboration and data collection that could lead to analyses based on big datasets. In the field of history of science, researchers usually use unstructured data such as texts or images. To computationally analyze such data, it first has to be transformed into a machine-understandable format. The Quadriga System is based on the idea to represent texts as graphs of contextualized triples (or quadruples). Those graphs (or networks) can then be mathematically analyzed and visualized. This dissertation describes two projects that use the Quadriga System for the analysis and exploration of texts and the creation of social networks. Furthermore, a model for digital humanities education is proposed that brings together students from the humanities and computer science in order to develop user-oriented, innovative tools, methods, and infrastructures.

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Description Cited in Dissertation Abstracts International-A 75/12(E), Jun 2015. Proquest Document ID: 1566477529.


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Authors & Contributors
Allen, Colin
Mazauric, Simone
Martin, Shawn
Sismondo, Sergio
Dear, Peter Robert
Jasanoff, Sheila
Journals
Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences
Social Studies of Science
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Revue des Questions Scientifiques
Journal of the Association for History and Computing
Studium: Tijdschrift voor Wetenschaps- en Universiteitgeschiedenis
Publishers
Springer
Indiana University
Concepts
History of science, as a discipline
Digital humanities
Philosophers of science, modern
Text mining
Historiography
Historians of science, modern
People
Kuhn, Thomas S.
Latour, Bruno
Duhem, Pierre
Dijksterhuis, Eduard Jan
Hooykaas, Reijer
Darwin, Charles Robert
Time Periods
21st century
20th century, late
20th century, early
Places
Netherlands
Institutions
Virtual HistSTM Community
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