Process modeling for Humanities: tracing and analyzing scientific processes

Abstract : This paper concerns epistemology and the understanding of research processes in Humanities, such as Archaeology. We believe that to properly understand research processes, it is essential to trace them. The collected traces depend on the process model established, which has to be as accurate as possible to exhaustively record the traces. In this paper, we briefly explain why the existing process models for Humanities are not sufficient to represent traces. We then present different process models from Information Systems Engineering that allow tracing processes according to different perspectives such as activities, decisions or strategies. We assume these process models can be useful to represent research processes in Humanities coherently and thoroughly.
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Charlotte Hug, Camille Salinesi, Rebecca Deneckere, Stéphane Lamasse. Process modeling for Humanities: tracing and analyzing scientific processes. Annual Conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA 2011), Apr 2011, Beijing, China. pp.245-255. ⟨hal-00662699⟩

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