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Is knowledge emerging in the secrecy of our digital collections ?

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Is knowledge emerging in the secrecy of our digital collections ?
 

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Rousseaux, Francis (auteur)
 
Bonardi, Alain (auteur)
 

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Lefkada, Grèce , 2007
 

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collections   non-figural   figural   similarities
 

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Object-oriented computer science was created to simulate our activities of placing objects in identified and labeled class structures. As we know, its success was immediate. Recently, an innovative trend appeared. It is characterized by the mobilization of object-oriented computer science for the organization of our collections which are considered like heaps of objects waiting to be classified in ad-hoc classes that could be created at the same time. Undeniably, collecting is an older activity than classifying, in so far as it allows the useful experimentation of the concepts of extension (in the case of a spatiotemporal, even temporary and ephemeral arrangement) and of intension in the idea of an abstract order of similarities. We always put together a collection of something, which makes it impossible to typify the activity regardless of the objects, and which therefore disturbs the modeler's customary practices.
 

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Contribution au colloque ou congrès : 4th Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC'07)
 

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2010-02-25 01:00:00
 

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