Video/Audio Open Access
Orélie Desfriches-Doria; Josquin Debaz; Waldir Lisboa Rocha Filho
With interdisciplinary contexts and various epistemic points of view, Digital Humanities implies taking into account social dimensions in the production of tools, methods, and archive processes.
From a pragmatic point of view, Digital humanities activities involve complex interpretative processes, linking human (individual and collective understanding) and algorithmic computation spaces. This articulation is emphasized In Prospéro software, but still has to support community dialog processes, which can be understood according to the Vocabulary alignment paradigm or socio-anthropological usage of language paradigm. In order to do so, we give some exploratory guidelines to express and historicize taxonomic processes and define the conditions by which algorithms could support such developments