Workshop “How to Describe Social Interactions as Structured Data?: Knowledge Graph for Primary Source Contents”

2021.03.22

Category: Workshop

Research Group: B01 State SystemsC01 Digital Humanities

C01″Digital Humanities” and B01 “The Ideas of the Muslim Community and State Systems” will hold a workshop titled “How to Describe Social Interactions as Structured Data?: Knowledge Graph for Primary Source Contents.” This workshop will invite Mr. Jun OGAWA, majoring Ancient history of Europe as a presenter introducing how to describe and analyze human relationships stated in primary sources. This workshop will provide an opportunity to know the front line of historical research using RDF(Resource Description Framework).

Date&Time:March 22th, 15:00–16:30

Presentation:(University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology)
“How to Describe Social Interactions as Structured Data?: Knowledge Graph for Primary Source Contents”

Discussion

Language:Japanese
Venue:Zoom, Open to the public & Free, Pre-registration is required

Pre-registration:Please fill in the pre-registration form.

Co-organizer:Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A), “Connectivity Analyses by Digital Humanities Method” (Principal Investigator: Wakako Kumakura (ILCAA); 20H05830) & Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A), “The Ideas of the Muslim Community and State Systems” (Principal Investigator: Nobuaki Kondo (ILCAA); 20H05827)

Others post

PAGETOP