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Data Historians in the Data Management Landscape [chapter]

Brice Chardin, Jean-Marc Lacombe, Jean-Marc Petit
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we aim at answering a simple, yet not so easy, question: how can data historians be placed in the data management landscape, from classical RDBMSs to NoSQL systems?  ...  Large amounts of data are generated in these power stations, and aggregated in soft real-time -without operational deadlines -at the plant level by local servers.  ...  In this paper, we aim at answering a simple, yet not so easy, question: how can data historians be placed in the data management landscape, from classical relational database management systems (RDBMS)  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-36727-4_9 fatcat:r4xjtj63pzclxktnv4h2aorjyi

Shaping Feudal Landscapes: From Data Modelling to Spatial Queries at the Upper Arlanza Basin (Burgos, Spain) [article]

Sonia Medina Gordo, Guillem Domingo Ribas, Karen Álvaro Rueda
2022 Zenodo  
The juxtaposed perspectives of historians and archaeologists on early medieval settlement patterns and, by extension, on the gradual formation of feudal landscapes and the dynamics of incorporation within  ...  them are likely to emerge from a lack of data integration.  ...  the landscape in this region.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6761078 fatcat:px5b2qj22zfdxiojfvqni4mifm

Data Practices in Digital History

Rongqian Ma, Fanghui Xiao
2020 International Journal of Digital Curation  
Emerging from the 1950s and '60s in the United States, digital history remains a charged topic among historians, requiring a new research paradigm that includes new concepts and methodologies, an intensive  ...  Using mixed methods of interviews and questionnaire, we identified data challenges in digital history research practices from three perspectives: ontology (e.g., the notion of data in historical research  ...  , challenges exist in almost all stages of a data cycle and cover various aspects of data management.  ... 
doi:10.2218/ijdc.v15i1.597 fatcat:fvaote2hzjd37dkqqjbdwzhrwe

Introduction: Scope, Goals and Outcomes of AQUA's Project

Ana Duarte Rodrigues
2021 Gardens and Landscapes of Portugal  
management in general terms; 3) To establish specifications for water saving in gardens and landscapes, enabling the development of new models of sustainable water use.  ...  History leads this multidisciplinary project involving the collaboration of historians, engineers and landscape architects to promote the crossing of knowledge between the Humanities and Sciences.  ...  This interdisciplinary work between historians of science and technology and historians of art, hydraulic engineers and landscape architects allowed us: 1) To demonstrate how local expertise in the Tagus  ... 
doi:10.2478/glp-2021-0001 fatcat:f2nxbvfhbjhivgeznrcswkbt7e

Descent with modification: Critical use of historical evidence for conservation

Simon Pooley
2018 Conservation Letters  
It will also deepen our understanding of the interplays of factors influencing policy and management in particular social-ecological contexts.  ...  In the conservation science literature, using historical sources usually refers to data mining 'the past' using the scientific methods of historical ecology.  ...  Acknowledgement The author is grateful for constructive comments from the anonymous reviewers.  ... 
doi:10.1111/conl.12437 fatcat:ktg7ulcak5hllial2rwjr6dwmq

Landscapes of production and punishment: convict labour management on the Tasman Peninsula 1830–1877

Martin D. Gibbs, Richard L. Tuffin, Hamish Maxwell-Stewart, David A. Roberts, David Roe, Jody N. Steele, Susan Hood, Barry S. Godfrey
2018 Antiquity  
The 'Landscapes of Production and Punishment' project aims to examine how convict labour from 1830–1877 affected the built and natural landscapes of the Tasman Peninsula, as well as the lives of the convicts  ...  Acknowledgements This research is supported by the Australian Research Council Discovery Project (grant number DP170103642). Thanks are also due to Kelsey Priestman and our volunteer transcribers.  ...  It brings together archaeologists, historians and site interpreters to examine how such labour affected the built and natural landscapes, as well as the convict.  ... 
doi:10.15184/aqy.2018.58 fatcat:6i2h62dpjvehtdcogmxup64aj4

2. Setting the theoretical scene [chapter]

2016 Constructions in Cognitive Contexts  
The second section explores the challenges of managing cultural landscapes, particularly focussing on the data required for effective management.  ...  Accordingly, data collection in relation to the issue of conservation management of cultural landscapes can also draw from studies in, • nature conservation • natural resource management • biodiversity  ...  In any case, I consider Indigenous landscape knowledge to be a kind of continuum in which the strength of Indigenous landscape knowledge is based on a sliding scale from belief, to justification, to verification  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110461343-006 fatcat:2fpuifx5a5bv7lslhmn57ftob4

Digital cultural heritage and rural landscapes: preserving the histories of landscape conservation in the United States

Sarah Karle, Richard Carman
2020 Built heritage  
Using an in-progress online project to document a 1935 US federally sponsored program, the Prairie States Forestry Project (PSFP), the authors show how diverse visual and textual data can be spatialised  ...  This paper addresses how a digital heritage project can impact the research and interpretation of a large-scale rural cultural landscape in the United States.  ...  Acknowledgements This project is supported by funding from the US Forest Service Agreement #19 CR11330152045 and the University of Nebraska College of Architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s43238-020-00006-6 fatcat:gk536h2xcrafhkrnrrp6pdqayu

The limits of Art History: Towards an Ecological History of Landscape Art

Andrea Gaynor, Ian Mclean
2005 Landscape Review  
The authors argue that the development of Western landscape art may be seen by future art historians as a sign of a dawning eco-consciousness, and the avatar of future eco-cultural practices.  ...  An ecological art history primarily concerns the relationship between the aesthetic and representational functions of landscape art, the environment it depicts and the ecology of this environment.  ...  to develop strategies to effectively deal with environmental management problems.  ... 
doaj:b095da79953342318ff3c33bba318392 fatcat:esmunuc2fzhcvogncaubytycna

Questionnaire - Answer

Roksana Chowaniec
2019 Polish Journal of Landscape Studies  
Therefore, landscape data obtained through archaeological excavations are rarely quoted by other landscape researchers (e.g. cultural geographers, historians).  ...  Clearing pathways, making spaces, involving academics in the leadership, governance and management of academic spaces in higher education, University of Lincoln, 2010).  ... 
doi:10.14746/pls.2018.1.9 fatcat:5aj34dafg5dxrd4ndgfk4gq7hi

3D MODELLING: CROSSING TRADITIONAL BOUNDARIES BETWEEN DIFFERENT RESEARCH AREAS

L. Opgenhaffen, M. H. Sepers
2015 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
It is the goal of this paper to contribute to the development of a common approach to diverse datasets, ideas and interpretations that are involved in the creation of 3D reconstructions.  ...  The outline of our suggested approach is demonstrated though two case-studies differing in time and region, but revolving around the same research topics, showing that the approach is universally employable  ...  Lulof, who founded the 4D Research Lab, and inspired us contribute to the development of a methodology for 3D modelling as a research tool. Further we like to express our gratitude to the research  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xl-5-w4-411-2015 fatcat:uiceroygbjcqxgta3nrf3mmyfa

Once There Were So Many: Animals as Ecological Baselines

Y. F. Wiersma, J. Sandlos
2011 Environmental History  
questions the assumptions underlying historical baselines.  ...  The observations of naturalists and explorers have been used as historical sources for determining baseline wildlife conditions from the earliest practice of modern ecology.  ...  Her research interests are in Landscape Ecology, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Biology in the Canadian boreal region.  ... 
doi:10.1093/envhis/emr045 fatcat:uhl6xnmqjnacjgcyfw63co5s5y

The Long-Term Perspective of Human Impact on Landscape for Environmental Change (LoTEC) and Sustainability: From Botany to the Interdisciplinary Approach

Anna Mercuri, Assunta Florenzano
2019 Sustainability  
are taking place rapidly and that probably natural and anthropogenic forces are involved in the process that is under way [...]  ...  This is not the first time the Earth has to experience dramatic environmental and climate changes but this seems to be the first time that a living species—humanity—is able to understand that great changes  ...  We warmly thank all the reviewers who dedicated time and assisted in improving the manuscripts. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11020413 fatcat:n5ep3nfxc5hjvic7zlb3qijfn4

Green Dreams, Toxic Legacies: Toward a Digital Political Ecology of Silicon Valley

Jason A. Heppler
2017 International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing: A Journal of Digital Humanities  
This article examines the ways that geohumanities approaches historical research aids in the study of environmental and urban history in one of the twentieth century's fastest growing American urban centers  ...  The article concludes that studies of urban areas cannot be separated from questions about the environment and its role in social justice, urban planning, and politics.  ...  combine data in new ways.  ... 
doi:10.3366/ijhac.2017.0179 fatcat:fqew4v6pyjf75encphnmlptz3m

From the Field to the Cloud: A Review of Three Approaches to Sharing Historical Data From Field Stations Using Principles From Data Science

Kelly Easterday, Tim Paulson, Proxima DasMohapatra, Peter Alagona, Shane Feirer, Maggi Kelly
2018 Frontiers in Environmental Science  
In this paper we discuss the potential of historical dark data to contribute to the modern digital ecological data landscape.  ...  Despite the importance of historical data collections, few standards have emerged to integrate historical dark data into the larger digital data landscape.  ...  Herr, Marissa Lopez, and all partners and collaborators in the NRS.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fenvs.2018.00088 fatcat:ihtewxlg7jci3mt4uagoq2367q
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