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Modélisation informationnelle : un cadre méthodologique pour représenter des connaissances évolutives spatialisables

Abstract : In order to understand and represent the evolutions of architectural artefacts, an issue re-newed by the development of information technologies, an analyst bases its study on pieces of knowledge and information progressively gathered and filtered. In our domain of interest i.e. the architectural heritage, these elements are often space related (a link between the artefact's description and its location _ is possible) but they also have some features uneasy to deal with (ex. heterogeneity, ambiguity, contradicting character, etc.). We take advantage of the space- relation property in order to gather and unify the various pieces of knowledge related to an artefact: generic knowledge, documentation, present-day observations. This approach, that we have named informative modelling, aims at gaining insight into an architectural artefact's evolution and into the information gathered about it. Our contribution introduces the scientific background of our approach, and the methodological framework we have derived from it. It also discusses its implementation - the Main Square in Cracow (Poland) - in order to evaluate the possible benefits jn terms of knowledge management and visualisation
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Jean-Yves Blaise, Iwona Dudek. Modélisation informationnelle : un cadre méthodologique pour représenter des connaissances évolutives spatialisables. EGC '06 - Extraction et Gestion des Connaissances, Jan 2006, Lille, France. pp.347-358. ⟨halshs-00267017⟩

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