WG 3: Visual analytics of knowledge spaces – knowledge maps

Algorithms and Methods for Temporal Networks – report of a STSM by Vsevolod Salnikov

Algorithms and Methods for Temporal Networks – report of a STSM by Vsevolod Salnikov

Scientific report of the STSM at ISI Torino, 15-28.03.2014 In the last few years, the continuous development of ICT has led to a change of paradigm, sometimes called Big Data, associated to a drastic increase in data collection methods and computing power. In the social sciences, it is now possible,…

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Simulating the Social Processes of Science – a summary

Simulating the Social Processes of Science – a summary

The Lorentz Center (Leiden, The Netherlands) is well known for providing a special environment for scientific collaboration, and is therefore booked long time in advance for workshops for which grants there is a strong competition. The participants of the week-long workshops are provided with an office space – to be…

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Mapping Historic Censuses

Mapping Historic Censuses

What have knowledge maps to do with statistical information from the past, recorded on lists while going from door to door back in the past and documented as tables in books for eternity? The Third Annual Meeting of the CEDAR project – one of my projects in Amsterdam – showed…

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Karima Haddou ou Moussa – report of a STSM

Karima Haddou ou Moussa – report of a STSM

First I would like to express my warmest thanks to Peter Mutschke, and to my visit co-ordinator Andrea Scharnhorst for their continuous support and the opportunity of this Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) in the Netherlands in the frame of the KNOWeSCAPE COST Action. My stay in the Netherlands during…

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Complexity in the Digital Humanities – Amsterdam

Complexity in the Digital Humanities – Amsterdam

In KnowEscape we have an unique combination of experts from vary different scientific fields. A red line and common shared interest is the discovery of structure and patterns in traces of cultural heritage. To analyze and understand human culture (past, present, future) is probably the biggest challenge for complexity research….

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Knowledge Orders and Science: A joined WG meeting of KNOWeSCAPE

We are happy to announce the first joined work group meeting of KNOWeSCAPE, organized in conjunction with the “International UDC Seminar 2013 “Classification and Visualization” The Hague, 24-25 October. The meeting, which will be a joined activity of WG 1 Phenomenology of knowledge spaces and WG 3 Visual analytics of…

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