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Posters of historical infographs and telegraph law

Petrović, Mina

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Tasić, Miodrag; Sekulić, Tatjana

Posters presented during the PSSOH conference. Exhibition included two posters: (1) plots of telegraphic traffic before, during, and after assassination of Alexander I of Yugoslavia in 1934 (i.e. Infographs) and (2) Telegraph law in Serbia from 1855. Organizers of this exhibition are University of Belgrade - School of Electrical Engineering and PTT museum.

This exhibition was announced as: "EXHIBITION: Never presented before! The beginnings of Data Science in Yugoslavia. Plots of telegraphic traffic before, during, and after assassination of Alexander I of Yugoslavia in Marseilles in France on October 9, 1934. Hidden behind an old locker at the ETF for more than 80 years will look the daylight and gaze at our audience for the very first time! We’ve opened the door to set free these data!" (Miljković, Nadica, Pejović, Predrag, & Cvetanović, Miloš. (2018, October 3). PSSOH Agenda. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1443501).

Posters are available in both Serbian and English languages. Infographs were found at the University of Belgrade - School of Electrical Engineering by Assoc. Prof. Milan Bjelica and donated to the PTT museum in 2018.
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