By Peter Stockinger(auth.)
Today, audiovisual records and libraries became highly regarded specifically within the box of gathering, retaining and transmitting cultural historical past. although, the knowledge in those data or libraries - video clips, photographs, soundtracks, and so on. - represent as such simply capability cognitive assets for a given public (or “target community”). some of the most an important problems with electronic audiovisual libraries is certainly to permit clients to actively acceptable audiovisual assets for his or her personal situation (in learn, schooling or the other specialist or non-professional context). this suggests, an edition of the audiovisual info to the categorical wishes of a person or person team may be represented via small and closed "communities" in addition to by means of networks of open groups round the globe.
"Active appropriation" is, primarily talking, using current electronic audiovisual assets by means of clients or consumer groups in accordance with their expectancies, wishes, pursuits or wants. This method presupposes: 1) the definition and improvement of types or "scenarios" of cognitive processing of video clips by way of the consumer; 2) the provision of instruments valuable for outlining, constructing, reusing and sharing meta-linguistic assets resembling thesauruses, ontologies or description versions via 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) files and libraries. They exhibit virtually and theoretically the well known “from info to metadata” or “from (simple) details to (relevant) wisdom” challenge, which evidently at once affects the potent use, social influence and relevancy, and consequently additionally the longer term, of electronic wisdom files. This e-book deals a scientific, complete method of those questions from a theoretical in addition to useful aspect 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 reading an Audiovisual Corpus
5. The Analytical activity of “Describing the information Object”.
6. The Analytical activity of “Contextualizing the area of Knowledge”.
7. The Analytical activity of “Analyzing the Discourse construction round a Subject”.
Part three. techniques of Description
8. Definition of the area of information and Configuration of the Topical Structure.
9. The approach of loose Description of an Audiovisual Corpus.
10. The technique of managed Description of an Audiovisual Corpus.
Part four. The ASW method of Metalinguistic Resources
11. an outline 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 job of “Describing the data item” (pages 65–80): Peter Stockinger
Chapter 6 The Analytical job of “Contextualizing the area of information” (pages 81–106): Peter Stockinger
Chapter 7 The Analytical job of “Analyzing the Discourse creation round an issue” (pages 107–122): Peter Stockinger
Chapter eight Definition of the area of data and Configuration of the Topical constitution (pages 123–138): Peter Stockinger
Chapter nine The strategy of unfastened 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 distinct Presentation of the Conceptual Vocabulary [Object of study] (pages 217–250): Peter Stockinger
Chapter 14 The Meta?lexicon of actions concerned about reading the Textual item (pages 251–272): Peter Stockinger
Chapter 15 The ASW glossary (pages 273–280): Peter Stockinger
Chapter sixteen The Configurational construction Blocks of types of Description (pages 281–296): Peter Stockinger
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As we shall see, each sequence is necessarily made up of two types of schemas of definition* – one defining the object of analysis*, the other the procedure of analysis*. 2. Selecting the appropriate model from the library of descriptive models of description of audiovisual content To begin with, we shall discuss the concrete example of a model of thematic description* which we use to carry out an analysis of the content of audiovisual texts. Take the example of identification and description of audiovisual sources which speak about Native South American civilizations such as the Aztec civilization, the Inca civilization, the Chavín civilization or indeed the Mapuche civilization.
These different domains of expertise correspond to the experimentation workshops of the ASW-HSS Project. This is a completely open-ended list – there is nothing to stop new domains of expertise from being added, although the appropriate metalinguistic resources and models of description must be defined and conceived for these new additions. e. which are already defined and used in one of the six experimentation workshops cited above) and partly of new resources and models. 4 offers a view of the working interface of the second and third options in the ASW Description Workshop.
Isolating an audiovisual segment”, “attributing a title to it”, “producing an explanatory notice”, etc. e. identify the segment(s) which are most important in the eyes of the analyst) and secondly in reference to the models of description which guide the work of segmentation and which, in a manner of speaking, “force” the various activities to provide answers for “problematic places” such as the “beginning of the segment”, the “end of the segment”, the “title”, “subtitle”, etc. A particular analysis (essentially made up of a series of intellectual decisions and technical gestures guided by models) of an audiovisual text is based on a certain number of (dynamic) forms which are material representations of the underlying models of description and constitute the analyst’s working interface.
Audiovisual Archives by Peter Stockinger(auth.)