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Modelling of the TICS Catalyse : Definition of a basic vocabulary

Abstract : The thinking launched since the creation of "Catalyse" tools led in 2008 to the necessity of integrating the tools of quantitative, qualitative and spatial analysis in an information system managing the contents from data collection to results publishing according to actor's use. Within the framework of these information systems so-called TICS "Territorial Intelligence Community Systems" conception, an action of modelling started in 2009. After definition of first models, which describe the data manipulated by the existing tools of the "Valise Catalyse", we realized that it was important and essential, to define the vocabulary allowing territorial intelligence specialists and computing specialists to communicate. Reminding of realised works in the modelling action we present in this article this last aspect of our work.
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Sylvie Damy, Bénédicte Herrmann. Modelling of the TICS Catalyse : Definition of a basic vocabulary. International Conference of Territorial Intelligence "Vulnerabilities and Resilience between Local and Global". 4th - 7th 2012, Jun 2012, Salerno, European Union. 4p. ⟨halshs-00813727⟩



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