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An Ontological Approach to Creating an Andean Weaving Knowledge Base

Richard Brownlow, Stefano Capuzzi, Sven Helmer, Luciana Martins, Immanuel Normann, Alex Poulovassilis
2015 ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage  
"Weaving Communities of Practice" was a pilot project that aimed to create a knowledge base of Andean weaving designed to contribute to curatorial practice and heritage policy.  ...  , cultural geographers and computer scientists with the aim of creating a knowledge base of Andean weaving designed to contribute to current curatorial practice and heritage policy.  ...  Particular thanks to Denise Arnold and the team at ILCA for their production of over 700 textilerelated artefacts in spreadsheet form, their graphical modelling of the domain knowledge in yED, and their  ... 
doi:10.1145/2700427 fatcat:jnhzyejnjrfhffvcrcaxy4wb6a

Automating the Mapping Process of Traditional Malay Textile Knowledge Model with the Core Ontology

2011 American Journal of Economics and Business Administration  
Approach: Manual mapping was conducted to find similar or overlapping concepts which are aligned to each other in order to achieve ontology similarity.  ...  The aim of this study is to provide a base for common views in automating the process of mapping between revised TMT Knowledge Model and CIDOC CRM.  ...  Other than that, the project on Andean Weaving was initiated with the goal to construct a knowledge base that collects and stores 3D Andean textiles patterns and preserve the rich and historical information  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajebasp.2011.191.196 fatcat:572nrhthrrf75oypcztuz2i7ae

Andean and Amazonian Material Culture and Performance Traditions as Sites of Indigenous Knowledges and Memory

Michelle Wibbelsman
2017 Transmodernity  
, theoretical perspectives, and methodological approaches these sites of indigenous knowledge, memory, and practice, represent.  ...  Examples from the collection enable an exposition of the significant theoretical and methodological contributions non-Western traditions bring to the broader discussion.  ...  and games could be developed to teach programming to Andean children based in the logical steps of weaving.  ... 
doi:10.5070/t471034116 fatcat:6t4bvewanngavmbcsby6zxlnd4

We were never post-human

Ana Carla Barros Sobreira
2022 Intuitio  
We do not intend to discuss the differences or vulnerabilities of each thought, but to identify ethical positions that lead us to recognize other knowledge that has long been silenced by European hegemony  ...  In this context, this article proposes creating a framework that connects the Andean cosmovision of the cosmos and the human and non-human relationships proposed by decoloniality and posthumanism and discusses  ...  In the case of Andean cultures, we can observe an oscillation between an aesthetic integration of the colonial new world, which little by little weaves webs in Andean thought, and the conservation of ancestral  ... 
doi:10.15448/1983-4012.2022.1.43134 fatcat:az4liowbrbcythgwsftqgt65ce

Recrafting ontology

Tamara Trownsell
2021 Review of International Studies  
A conceptual toolset is then elaborated to examine how a singular commitment to separation constitutes an ontological parochialism that enforces reductionism, exclusion, and domination towards lifeways  ...  itself keeps us quite far from effectively being able to engage in such an exchange.  ...  Tamara Trownsell is an independent researcher in International Relations, ontology, and cosmology.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0260210521000668 fatcat:zs3rvtn52faohpmqe4apscg5ji

Tactile Analytics [chapter]

Patricia Alvarez Astacio
2021 Experimenting with Ethnography  
How can we approach the textural without giving primacy to our Western knowledge-eye?  ...  Even popu lar knitting magazines and YouTube tutorials approach weaving through the logic of reading.  ... 
doi:10.1215/9781478013211-003 fatcat:u55ycdchd5brxngornszqaevza

Structural textile pattern recognition and processing based on hypergraphs

Vuong M. Ngo, Sven Helmer, Nhien-An Le-Khac, M-Tahar Kechadi
2021 Information retrieval (Boston)  
To facilitate the clustering and search, we introduce an approach for recognising similar weaving patterns based on their structures for textile archives.  ...  As, to the best of our knowledge, this is the first practical approach for explicitly modelling complex and irregular weaving patterns usable for retrieval, we aim at establishing a solid baseline.  ...  To view a copy of this licence, visit http://creat iveco mmons .org/licen ses/by/4.0/.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10791-020-09384-y pmid:33758573 pmcid:PMC7936973 fatcat:qic2h6pf4nazbi4ej2adsikhve

The concept of wrapping and its ontological character among the Maya

Daniel Grecco Pacheco
2022 Estudios latinoamericanos  
Based on an approach proposed by the ontological archaeology, I will discuss the conceptual proximity between the terms pix (to wrap, to cover) and pixan (soul, or something that is received from the other  ...  world), to think of the wrap as an element of articulation between the two ontological spaces, allowing the presence of beings and entities of the cosmos in Maya cities of the Classic and contemporary  ...  I am also grateful to Michal Gilewski and Agnieszka Hamann for their support during the event, and to my tutors Dr. Pedro Pitarch Ramón and Dr.  ... 
doi:10.36447/estudios2021.v41.art3 fatcat:7lvu6ixqc5biri6u7yowlquvu4


Andrea Botero, Chiara Del Gaudio, Alfredo Gutiérrez Borrero
2018 Strategic Design Research Journal  
According to the author, a Science and Technology Studies (STS) practice-based approach would give the concept of ontology a pragmatic potential for design practice.  ...  They suggest that Minga, an Andean concept and cultural practice that refers to collective and communal forms of work, can create and inspire other autonomous forms of design (à la Escobar) and thus speculate  ... 
doi:10.4013/sdrj.2018.112.01 fatcat:inrjicyhw5df7lpfd7ndoagkue

Indigenous Seed Systems and Biocultural Heritage: The Andean Potato Park's Approach to Seed Governance [chapter]

Krystyna Swiderska, Alejandro Argumedo
2022 Seeds for Diversity and Inclusion  
To safeguard the vital Indigenous contribution to seed security and diversity, they conclude, a biocultural rights-based approach to seed governance is required and needs further support from policy reform  ...  While ranging over a number of case studies from Kyrgyzstan to Kenya, their prime focus is the Andean Potato Park in Cusco, Peru—a world centre of origin and domestication of crops such as the potato,  ...  de la Papa-which enshrines a Quechua rights-based biocultural approach to seed governance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-89405-4_4 fatcat:2fz322s6fbdztcouhxchfgw2ne

Knowledge-based System of Indian Culture using Ontology with Customized Named Entity Recognition

Harsh Raj, Kumar Harsh, Payal Khattri, Tanwir Uddin Haider
2022 Journal of Computer Science  
In this research, we have developed a Knowledge Base System (KBS) using an ontological approach (Ontology Development 101) integrating the concept of Customized Named Entity Recognition (CNER) that supports  ...  The existing search engines using a keyword-based approach make it difficult for people to find relevant information among millions of undesirable results.  ...  Brownlow et al. (2015) proposed an ontological approach for creating an Andean weaving knowledge base.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2022.172.186 fatcat:gogqarmp6begvpnf74tilcpuyy

Lost Sensoria: Anthropological Research on Sensory Experience in the Context of Multiculturalism

Dariusz Grzonka
2020 Perspektywy kultury  
This paper illustrates an approach to the idea of lost sensoria and their social and cultural manifestations.  ...  Lindsey Crickmay's work discusses the transmission of knowledge through textiles in the Andean region emphasizes that knowledge understood as a process of learning and acquiring knowledge in this cultural  ...  Andean cultures in which senses and textiles are mutually associated through the different configurations of color were used as an example of polisensoriality in which colors, sounds and gestures co-create  ... 
doi:10.35765/pk.2020.2902.13 fatcat:ul4ufmhhvvhelg5gly7rskkkpe

Indigenous Anthropologies beyond Barbados [chapter]

Stefano Varese, Guillermo Delgado, Rodolfo L. Meyer
2009 A Companion to Latin American Anthropology  
Thus, it is evident that a better approach to indigenous knowledge and indigenous anthropology in the Andes would be an integrated approach, where local knowledge is contingent, interrelated and working  ...  This way of being Andean is an aesthetic sensibility, a pan-Andean identity that rests upon behaviors emanating from indigenous knowledge and its practice.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781444301328.ch18 fatcat:tjzse6ncr5elbnjzo5bhb7dtxi

Posthuman rights struggles and environmentalisms from below in the political ontologies of Ecuador and Colombia

Rosemary J Coombe, David J Jefferson
2021 Journal of Human Rights and the Environment  
In a decolonial determination to resist the modern ontological separation of nature from culture, political ontologies and posthuman legalities in Andean Community countries increasingly recognize natural  ...  responsibilities that exceed modern ontologies.  ...  territorial aspirations as part of their claims to pursue culturally distinct autonomous life projects based upon specific ontologies.  ... 
doi:10.4337/jhre.2021.02.02 fatcat:6ewteye6e5cungzfj5r6524nj4

Recrafting International Relations by Worlding Multiply

2021 Uluslararasi Iliskiler/ International Relations  
incommensurate ways of doing/being without reducing one to the other.  ...  The contemporary IR craft homogenizes a pluriverse of time-spacescapes as if it were a "one-world world. " We propose a strategy of recrafting to engender a nimble discipline for actively encountering  ...  For an example of an ethnographic approach that mirrors this more reflexive and even intimate style (in the sense of intimately entwined relationally), see Michael D.  ... 
doi:10.33458/uidergisi.985929 fatcat:kb7rtudyc5eztasfadz7vmytku
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