Digital Cognitive Technologies: Epistemology and the

Digital Cognitive Technologies is an interdisciplinary publication which assesses the socio-technical stakes of data and verbal exchange applied sciences (ICTs), that are on the middle of the information Society. This booklet addresses 8 significant matters, analyzed via authors writing from a Human and Social technology and a technology and expertise point of view. The contributions search to discover even if and the way ICTs are altering our notion of time, house, social constructions and networks, rfile writing and dissemination, sense-making and interpretation, cooperation, politics, and the dynamics of collective task (socio-informatics).Content:
Chapter 1 components for a electronic Historiography (pages 1–21): Andrea Iacovella
Chapter 2 “In seek of actual Time” or guy dealing with the will and responsibility of pace (pages 23–36): Luc Bonneville and Sylvie Grosjean
Chapter three Narrativity opposed to Temporality: A Computational version for tale Processing (pages 37–56): Eddie Soulier
Chapter four Are digital Maps Used for Orientation? (pages 57–70): Alain Milon
Chapter five Geography of the knowledge Society (pages 71–87): Henry Bakis and Philippe Vidal
Chapter 6 Mapping Public net house with the Issuecrawler (pages 89–99): Richard Rogers
Chapter 7 Metrology of web Networks (pages 101–117): Nicolas Larrieu and Philippe Owezarski
Chapter eight on-line Social Networks: A study item for computing device technological know-how and Social Sciences (pages 119–136): Dominique Cardon and Christophe Prieur
Chapter nine research of Heterogenous Networks: The ReseauLu undertaking (pages 137–152): Alberto Cambrosio, Pascal Cottereau, Stefan Popowycz, Andrei Mogoutov and Tania Vichnevskaia
Chapter 10 Hypertext, an highbrow expertise within the period of Complexity (pages 153–167): Jean Clement
Chapter eleven a short background of software program assets for Qualitative research (pages 169–186): Christophe Lejeune
Chapter 12 Sea Peoples, Island people: Hypertext and Societies with no Writing (pages 187–201): Pierre Maranda
Chapter thirteen Semantic net and Ontologies (pages 203–218): Philippe Laublet
Chapter 14 Interrelations among different types of research and kinds of Interpretation (pages 219–230): Karl M. Van Meter
Chapter 15 Pluralism and Plurality of Interpretations (pages 231–243): Francois Daoust and Jules Duchastel
Chapter sixteen A Communicational and Documentary idea of ICT (pages 245–264): Manuel Zacklad
Chapter 17 wisdom dispensed by means of ICT: How do verbal exchange Networks alter Epistemic Networks? (pages 265–281): Bernard Conein
Chapter 18 in the direction of New hyperlinks among HSS and machine technological know-how: The CoolDev venture (pages 283–297): Gregory Bourguin and Arnaud Lewandowski
Chapter 19 digital balloting and machine defense (pages 299–316): Stephan Brunessaux
Chapter 20 Politicization of Socio?Technical areas of Collective Cognition: The perform of Public Wikis (pages 317–329): Serge Proulx and Anne Goldenberg
Chapter 21 Liaising utilizing a Multi?Agent approach (pages 331–341): Maxime Morge
Chapter 22 The Interdisciplinary conversation of Social Informatics (pages 343–356): William Turner
Chapter 23 boundaries of Computerization of Sciences of guy and Society (pages 357–371): Thierry Foucart
Chapter 24 the net within the means of facts assortment and Dissemination (pages 373–388): Gael Gueguen and acknowledged Yami

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That enables individuals who wish to communicate and exchange a large amount of information remotely and in real time. So the idea of adopting a deterministic vision of ICT is a long way off. But this new temporality leads some individuals to represent time according to the actual moment [BON 03b]. This arises in relation to the possibility of starting and exchanging information at a distance, avoiding movement from a point A to a point B, leading to a certain contraction of the space creating a break with conventional methods of space as a place of 1 Which also made Bartoli say that the economy should be at the service of life itself, and not the opposite way around [BAR 96].

Information and communication technologies (ICT) are precisely at the heart of these fundamental questions. On the one hand, they allow the completion of activities that were not possible previously (networking, distance exchange in differed and real time, for example), while, on the other hand, they contribute to an acceleration of our pace of life [AUB 03a, AUB 03b] and to an intensification of work2 [VEN 02a]. Therefore, we consider it necessary to question the close relationship between technology and time, especially in a context where daily use of ICT takes on increasingly important proportions in all spheres of social activity.

Nomenclature and historical semantics Nomenclature14 is a tool for ensuring the link between documentary material and scientific construction, whose consistency it guarantees. It is an interpretation tool that gives a meaning15 to each term. There is no nomenclature without a document and no history without nomenclature. History is the tool by which the outline is clarified and vocabulary develops from its material. The historian “is forced to substitute a nomenclature to the language of sources, because it restricts the use, distorts the meanings without warning the reader, without ever realizing itself” [BLO 74]16.

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