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Datasets of the same geographic space at different scales and temporalities are increasingly abundant, paving the way for new scientific research. These datasets require data integration, which implies linking homologous entities in a process called data matching that remains a challenging task, despite a quite substantial literature, because of da...
The latest developments in the field of digital humanities have increasingly enabled the construction of large data sets which can be easily accessed and used. These data sets often contain indirect spatial information, such as historical addresses. Historical geocoding is the process of transforming indirect spatial information into direct locatio...
The latest developments in digital humanities have increasingly enabled the construction of large data sets which can easily be accessed and used. These data sets often contain indirect localisation information, such as historical addresses. Historical geocoding is the process of transforming the indirect localisation information to direct localisa...
Les historiens et archéologues ont efficacement mis à profit les travaux réalisés dans le domaine des SIG pour répondre à leurs propres problématiques. Pour l'historien, un Système d’Information Géographique est avant tout un outil de compréhension des phénomènes sociaux.De nombreuses sources géohistoriques sont aujourd'hui mises à la disposition d...
The aim of the GeoPeuple project is to analyze the raise of population from the late XVIII to the early XXI century according to the topographic elements that characterize each commune (administrative area conceptually close to municipality): the infrastructure, the equipment, the settlements as well as the natural component such as the relief. We...
Our group gathers about twenty researchers around a project with two fundamental and distinct goals that we believe important to keep connected in order to: - study territorial evolutions at different scales or levels (from the cadastral parcel to the national territory), - build tools to accurately and flexibly answer such questions. http://geohistoricaldata.org/