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Suppl. 31 - Models and Modelling between Digital and Humanities

Models and Modelling between Digital and Humanities – A  Multidisciplinary Perspective (ed. Arianna Ciula, Øyvind Eide, Cristina Marras & Patrick Sahle
  • Arianna Ciula, Øyvind Eide, Cristina Marras & Patrick Sahle: Modelling: Thinking in Practice. An Introduction. [Abstract]


  • Willard McCarty: Modelling What There Is: Ontologising in a Multidimensional World. [Abstract]
  • Nina Bonderup Dohn: Models, Modelling, Metaphors and Metaphorical Thinking – From an Educational Philosophical View. [Abstract]
  • Barbara Tversky: Multiple Models. In the Mind and in the World. [Abstract]
  • Christina Ljungberg: Iconicity in Cognition and Communication. [Abstract]
  • Rens Bod: Modelling in the Humanities: Linking Patterns to Principles. [Abstract]
  • Fotis Jannidis: Modeling in the Digital Humanities: a Research Program? [Abstract]
  • Oliver Nakoinz: Models and Modelling in Archaeology. [Abstract]
  • Gunnar Olsson: EVERYTHING IS TRANSLATION (Including the Art of Making New Boots out of the Old Ones). [Abstract]
  • Claas Lattmann: Iconizing the Digital Humanities. Models and Modeling from a Semiotic Perspective. [Abstract]
  • Giorgio Fotia: Modelling Practices and Practices of Modelling. [Abstract]
  • Paul A. Fishwick: A Humanities Based Approach to Formally Defining Information through Modelling. [Abstract]
  • Günther Görz: Some Remarks on Modelling from a Computer Science Perspective. [Abstract]
  • Francesca Tomasi: Modelling in the Digital Humanities: Conceptual Data Models and Knowledge Organization in the Cultural Heritage Domain. [Abstract]


    • Patrick Sahle: How to Recognize a Model When You See One. Or: Claudia Schiffer and the Climate Change. [Abstract]
    • Cristina Marras: A Metaphorical Language for Modelling. [Abstract]
    • Zoe Schubert & Elisabeth Reuhl: Setting the Space: Creating Surroundings for an Interdisciplinary Discourse and Sharing of (Implicit) Knowledge. [Abstract]
    • Nils Geißler & Michela Tardella: Observational Drawing. From Words to Diagrams. [Abstract]
    • Tessa Gengnagel: The Discourse about Modelling: Some Observations from the Outside. [Abstract]