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Historical informatics
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The International Conference "Historical Studies in a Digital Epoch: Information Resources, Methods and Technologies"
Garskova Irina Markovna

PhD in History

Assistant professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University

31-253, ul. Ramenki, g. Moscow, Russia, 119607

irina.garskova@gmail.com
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Article was received:

29-04-2017


Review date:

20-04-2017


Abstract.

The article aims at analyzing the reports and messages of the 15th conference of the “History and Computer” association (AIK). The comparison of conference materials with the historiography of Russian historical computer science provides for characterizing theoretical and applied problems related to the use of information technologies and mathematical methods in history as well as revealing new trends of this interdisciplinary field nowadays. The attention is primarily given to such aspects as the development and interaction of modern information technologies, professional information sources as well as analytical methods and approaches. The study employs classification analysis and comparative analysis methods of the problematic field of AIK’s conference materials in relation to research domains and schools of thought that have been formed in historical computer science for the last 25 years. The informational basis is a full-text collection and a bibliographic database of AIK’s publications. The study demonstrates that the conference topics are in line with two main domains of historical computer science: an informational one aiming at creation and employment of informational infrastructure – electronic resources, data bases, historical GIS, 3D reconstructions of historical and cultural heritage objects, and an analytical one involving historical source processing and analysis with the help of computer modeling methods, mathematical statistics, content-analysis, network analysis and spatial analysis. Interaction of these domains provides the growing number of digital on-line sources with the necessary research tools.

Keywords: mathematical methods, information technologies, information resources, the Internet, data bases, content-analysis, 3D virtual reconstruction, modeling, conference, historical information science

DOI:

10.7256/2306-0891.2017.1.22689

Publish date:

20-05-2017


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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Istoricheskie issledovaniya v tsifrovuyu epokhu: informatsionnye resursy, metody, tekhnologii. Materialy Mezhdunarodnoi konferentsii: Moskva – Zvenigorod, 7–9 oktyabrya 2016 g. – M.: MAKS Press, 2016. – 264 s.
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