By Peter Stockinger(auth.)
Today, audiovisual records and libraries became very hot specially within the box of amassing, conserving and transmitting cultural historical past. even though, the knowledge in those files or libraries - movies, photographs, soundtracks, and so on. - represent as such in simple terms power cognitive assets for a given public (or “target community”). probably the most an important problems with electronic audiovisual libraries is certainly to let clients to actively applicable audiovisual assets for his or her personal predicament (in learn, schooling or the other specialist or non-professional context). this implies, an version of the audiovisual facts to the categorical wishes of a consumer or person crew should be represented through small and closed "communities" in addition to via networks of open groups round the globe.
"Active appropriation" is, primarily conversing, using latest electronic audiovisual assets by means of clients or consumer groups based on their expectancies, wishes, pursuits or wants. This approach presupposes: 1) the definition and improvement of versions or "scenarios" of cognitive processing of video clips through the person; 2) the provision of instruments valuable for outlining, constructing, reusing and sharing meta-linguistic assets reminiscent of thesauruses, ontologies or description types through clients or person communities.
Both facets are imperative to the so-called semiotic flip in facing electronic (audiovisual) texts, corpora of texts or back whole (audiovisual) documents and libraries. They show virtually and theoretically the well known “from information to metadata” or “from (simple) details to (relevant) wisdom” challenge, which evidently without delay impacts the potent use, social influence and relevancy, and hence additionally the longer term, of electronic wisdom data. This publication deals a scientific, finished method of those questions from a theoretical in addition to sensible element of view.
Part 1. the sensible, Technical and Theoretical Context
1. research of an Audiovisual Resource.
2. The Audiovisual Semiotic Workshop (ASW) Studio – a short Presentation.
3. A Concrete instance of a version for Describing Audiovisual Content.
4. version of Description and job of Analysis.
Part 2. projects in studying an Audiovisual Corpus
5. The Analytical activity of “Describing the data Object”.
6. The Analytical job of “Contextualizing the area of Knowledge”.
7. The Analytical activity of “Analyzing the Discourse construction round a Subject”.
Part three. tactics of Description
8. Definition of the area of data and Configuration of the Topical Structure.
9. The approach of unfastened Description of an Audiovisual Corpus.
10. The process of managed Description of an Audiovisual Corpus.
Part four. The ASW approach of Metalinguistic Resources
11. an summary of the ASW Metalinguistic Resources.
12. The Meta-lexicon Representing the ASW Universe of Discourse.
Chapter 1 research of an Audiovisual source (pages 1–22): Peter Stockinger
Chapter 2 The Audiovisual Semiotic Workshop (ASW) Studio – a short Presentation (pages 23–38): Peter Stockinger
Chapter three A Concrete instance of a version for Describing Audiovisual content material (pages 39–50): Peter Stockinger
Chapter four version of Description and job of study (pages 51–64): Peter Stockinger
Chapter five The Analytical activity of “Describing the data item” (pages 65–80): Peter Stockinger
Chapter 6 The Analytical activity of “Contextualizing the area of data” (pages 81–106): Peter Stockinger
Chapter 7 The Analytical job of “Analyzing the Discourse construction round a topic” (pages 107–122): Peter Stockinger
Chapter eight Definition of the area of information and Configuration of the Topical constitution (pages 123–138): Peter Stockinger
Chapter nine The technique of loose Description of an Audiovisual Corpus (pages 139–154): Peter Stockinger
Chapter 10 The technique of managed Description of an Audiovisual Corpus (pages 155–166): Peter Stockinger
Chapter eleven an outline of the ASW Metalinguistic assets (pages 167–196): Peter Stockinger
Chapter 12 The Meta?lexicon Representing the ASW Universe of Discourse (pages 197–216): Peter Stockinger
Chapter thirteen particular Presentation of the Conceptual Vocabulary [Object of research] (pages 217–250): Peter Stockinger
Chapter 14 The Meta?lexicon of actions curious about examining the Textual item (pages 251–272): Peter Stockinger
Chapter 15 The ASW glossary (pages 273–280): Peter Stockinger
Chapter sixteen The Configurational development Blocks of versions of Description (pages 281–296): Peter Stockinger
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11 A whole series of ontologies have proven important for our work. org/); or indeed the CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model The ASW Studio − A Brief Presentation 35 Yet this is not a very particular view of the description of the content, firmly anchored in a certain tradition of indexation as is practiced in documentation (scientific, technical and professional), and library sciences or archiving. It should not be forgotten that content description also refers to analysis in the sense of a genuine professional assessment of a piece of content, or in the sense of an interpretation and critical evaluation of a given piece of content.
A model of description* forms part of a library of models of description*. Each domain of knowledge or expertise has its own library of models of description. Certain models are transversal to the different domains, others are specific to a given domain, and still more can be found in several (but not all) domains. A model of description is, in turn, completely defined by the ASW metalinguistic resources. As we shall see again in Part 4 of this book, the ASW metalinguistic resources consist of: 1.
E. what are the activities identified to transform the text from being a potential (intellectual) resource to being a real (intellectual resource? These seven questions serve, above all, to “fix” and guide ideas and habits before the constitution (collection, production) of an audiovisual corpus as afterwards (that is, during the phases of analysis per se of a corpus or isolated text to turn it into a genuine cognitive resource: segmentation, description, classification, indexation, annotation or adaptation).