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Historical informatics

Address to Authors and Readers of Historical Information Science Journal

Borodkin Leonid

Doctor of History

Professor, Historical Information Science Department Head, Faculty of History, Lomonosov Moscow State University,  corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences 

119991, Russia, Moskva oblast', g. Moscow, ul. Lomonosovskii Prospekt, 27-4

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Vladimirov Vladimir Nikolaevich

Doctor of History

Professor, Department of Archival Studies and Historical Computer Science, Altai State University

of. 312, ul. Lenina, 61, g. Barnaul, Altaiskiy krai, Russia, 656049,

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Abstract: The authors mainly focus on the aims and goals of Historical Information Science journal that continues to publish articles within the frames of this interdisciplinary domain as it originally did 5 years ago in a different format though. In Russia this domain has been related to computer technologies and mathematical methods use in history and education for 25 years already. The authors state that its basis is a complex of theoretical and applied knowledge needed to develop, process and analyze electronic versions of various historical sources. Characterizing methods and technologies of historical information science the authors note the broadening of their potential due to the “microcomputer revolution” of 1980-1990s and two decades that followed. The conclusion is that the main issue addressed by historical information science specialists is the question: How do new methods and technologies enrich historical studies? This question is sure to be the key one in new issues of Historical Information Science journal.

Keywords: Historical Information Science, quantitative history , e-resources, computer simulation, microcomputer revolution, data bases, network analysis, 3D modeling, historical source, digital histiory
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

Istoricheskaya informatika. Uchebnoe posobie. / Pod red. L.I.Borodkina i I.M.Garskovoi. M.: Mosgorarkhiv, 1996.
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