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1. Structuring knowledgeAthanasios (Thanasis) Veliosa.velios@arts.ac.uk 2. Language and knowledge Statements: I like the work of John Latham 3. Language and knowledge Statements: I like the work of John LathamNo arguments 4. Language and knowledge Statements: I like the work of John Latham I believe John Latham was blessed 5. Language and knowledge Statements: I like the work of John Latham I believe John Latham was blessedArguments possible but pointless 6. Language and knowledge Statements: I like the work of John Latham I believe John Latham was blessed John Latham was an influential artist 7. Language and knowledge Statements: I like the work of John Latham I believe John Latham was blessed John Latham was an influential artistArguments possible and expected 8. Language and knowledge Statements: I like the work of John Latham I believe John Latham was blessed John Latham was an influential artist 9. Language and knowledge Statements: I like the work of John Latham I believe John Latham was blessed John Latham was an influential artistAcademia is basedon statements aboutwhat has happenedAcademia is basedon statements aboutwhat has happened 10. 1Academic discourseis based onspoken language 11. Language and knowledge Common problems: words mistaken for concepts 12. Language and knowledge Common problems: words mistaken for concepts Latham's words 13. diagrammaticprogressiondiagrammaticprogression 14. multidirectionalproperty of lightmultidirectionalproperty of light 15. TTiimmee--BBaassee 16. cchhaannggee--ooff--ssttaattee 17. long-basedeventslong-basedevents 18. recurrent stateof a steady kindrecurrent stateof a steady kind 19. Language and knowledge Common problems: words mistaken for concepts Latham's words typical archival description 20. ccaallll sshheeeettss 21. shootingschedulesshootingschedules 22. continuityreportscontinuityreports 23. Language and knowledge Common problems: words mistaken for concepts Latham's words typical archival description 24. Language and knowledge Common problems: words mistaken for concepts Latham's words typical archival description replicating grammar on a computer 25. Language and knowledge Common problems: words mistaken for concepts Latham's words typical archival description same concept in different languages replicating grammar on a computer computers struggle with grammar 26. Free-textThe binding has an unsupported sewing structure,using four stations, with wooden boards attachedto the sewn bookblock by means of sewing threadonly; a textile spine lining extending onto the outerface of the boards; endbands sewn to thebookblock and the head and tail edges of theboards; and metal bosses and triple interlacedleather clasp-straps laced through the right boardwith metal rings that fit over edge pins on the leftboard.Honey, A., and N. Pickwoad. 2010. Learning from the Past: Using Original Techniques to Conserve a Twelfth-centuryIlluminated Manuscript and Its Sixteenth-century Greek-style Binding at the Monastery of St Catherine, Sinai. In Conservationand the Eastern Mediterranean: Contributions to the Istanbul Congress 20-24 September 2010, ed. C. Rozeik, R. Ashok, and D.Saunders, 5661. Istanbul, Turkey: International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. 27. HHoossppiittaalliittyy?? 28. InIndduussttrryy?? 29. Social tagsWord matchingSocial tagsWord matching 30. 1Academic discourseis based onspoken languageReducing conceptualproblems to philology 31. Methodology and knowledge Common problems: belief adoption 32. Szirmai, J. A. 1999. The archaeology of medieval bookbinding. Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate. 33. Szirmai, J. A. 1999. The archaeology of medieval bookbinding. Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate. 34. Byzantine Raised endbands Smooth spine (unsupported) Edges cut with the boards Straps 35. raisedendbandsraisedendbands 36. smoothspinesmoothspine 37. textblockCut flushtextblockCut flush 38. ssttrraappss 39. Byzantine/Greek 40. Byzantine/Greek Raised endbands Smooth spine (unsupported) Edges cut with the boards Straps 41. Byzantine/Greek Raised endbands Smooth spine (unsupported) Edges cut with the boards Straps 42. Byzantine/Greek Raised endbands Smooth spine (unsupported) Edges cut with the boards Straps 43. Byzantine/Greek Raised endbands Smooth spine (unsupported) Edges cut with the boards Straps 44. Szirmai, J. A. 1999. The archaeology of medieval bookbinding. Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate. 45. Methodology and knowledge Common problems: belief adoption no data -> no evidence 46. Methodology and knowledge Common problems: belief adoption no data -> no evidence Software tools closed source -> no understanding of results 47. 2010 48. 2011 49. 2012 50. 2013 51. 2Academicmethodologiesrely on trust 52. Knowledge online 53. All content online 54. Knowledge online Focus on evidence all evidence online too much evidence to check manually 55. Knowledge online Focus on evidence all evidence online too much evidence to check manually Look up Resource Description Framework 56. 2 statements 57. Tate trusteesmeeting 15-07-1976 58. Tate trusteesmeeting 15-07-1976Tate collectionexpanded withworks by JohnLatham 59. StatementsTate board meeting took place on 15th of July 1976Tate board meeting had participants Tate trusteesTate board meeting had subject Latham's work at TateFive sisters acquisition changed owner of Five sistersFive sisters acquisition transferred ownership from John LathamFive sisters acquisition transferred ownership to Tate trustees.. .. .. . . .. . .. . . 60. StatementsTate board meeting took place on 15th of July 1976Tate board meeting had participants Tate trusteesTate board meeting had subject Latham's work at TateFive sisters acquisition changed owner of Five sistersFive sisters acquisition transferred ownership from John LathamFive sisters acquisition transferred ownership to Tate trustees.. .. .. . . .. . .. . .RDF triple 61. StatementsTate board meeting took place on 15th of July 1976Tate board meeting had participants Tate trusteesTate board meeting had subject Latham's work at TateFive sisters acquisition changed owner of Five sistersFive sisters acquisition transferred ownership from John LathamFive sisters acquisition transferred ownership to Tate trustees.. .. .. . . .. . .. . .Relations/partsdefined byan OntologyRelations/partsdefined byan Ontology 62. StatementsTate board meeting took place on 15th of July 1976Tate board meeting had participants Tate trusteesTate board meeting had subject Latham's work at TateFive sisters acquisition changed owner of Five sistersFive sisters acquisition transferred ownership from John LathamFive sisters acquisition transferred ownership to Tate trustees.. .. .. . . .. . .. . .Specific conceptsPartsdefined byan OntologySpecific conceptsPartsdefined byan Ontologydomain expertsdomain experts 63. 3Evidence isknowledge -Harvest globalevidence online 64. Conclusion Academic research is not necessarilymethodical Look at online technologies to find ways tohandle knowledge