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Title: <Post-symposium Considerations>'ArchiteXt Mining' project: Developments and Adjustments since the 2017 Symposium in Kyoto
Author's alias: マルエンダ, アナ
Keywords: Architectural Periodicals
Text Mining
Spanish Modern Architecture
Data Analysis
Issue Date: Mar-2018
Publisher: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University
Journal title: CIRAS discussion paper No.81 : Architectural and Planning Cultures Across Regions --Digital Humanities Collaboration Towards Knowledge Integration
Volume: 81
Start page: 80
End page: 85
Abstract: A little less than a year ago, we went to Kyoto to present the 'ArchiteXt Mining' project in the International Symposium 'Architectural and Planning Cultures across Regions. Digital Humanities Collaboration Towards Knowledge Integration', organized by the Center for Integrated Area Studies of the Kyoto University. We lived a few intense days in which we were able not only to explain our work and listen to the doubts and suggestions that it provoked, but also to listen to the presentations of other interesting works, with different approaches from ours and always oriented to the improvement of humanities studies. In December 2017, we had another opportunity to expose our research in another seminar organized by the Dipartimento di Architettura e Studi Urbani of the Politecnico di Milano under the title 'Mapping visions, discourses and theories. Journals as platform for architectural and urban Knowledge. A network of projects'. There we presented the project again, adding some of the adjustments we had made since Kyoto. This paper aims to relate some of the reflections – and the consequent changes or improvements - that have derived from these meetings and the acquired experience from the last year. First of all, a more technical approach than the one carried on the encounters and the final definition of the methodology that is being used to calculate the similarity between texts will be described. After that, it will be developed a reflection that intends to deepen some of the main questions that were formulated in both meetings. As a final point, it will be shown the advances we have done in order to establish the basic structure of the website that will host the definitive online tool.
Rights: © Center for Information Resources of Area Studies, Kyoto University
DOI: 10.14989/CIRASDP_81_80
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