Jørgen Albretsen

Jørgen Albretsen
Aalborg University · AAU Innovation, Fundraising & Project Management

MS computer science

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Introduction
Jørgen Albretsen currently works at the AAU Innovation, Fundraising & Project Management, Aalborg University. Jørgen does research in Data Mining, Data Structures, Bibliometrics, and Databases. Before joining the AAU Innovation team, Jørgen was employed in the research project 'The Primacy of Tense: A.N. Prior Now and Then.', at Aalborg University and University of Copenhagen. See www.priorstudies.org and www.datjalb.com

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The Prior Internet Resources (PIR) are presented. Prior’s unpublished scientific manuscripts and his wast letter correspondence with fellow researchers at the time, his Nachlass, is now subject to transcription by Prior-researchers worldwide, and form an integral part of PIR. It is demonstrated that the PIR, defined as the virtual space delimited b...
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In this paper, we present a DH research infrastructure which relies heavily on a combination of domain knowledge with information technology. The general goal is to de-velop tools to aid scholars in their interpretations and understanding of temporal logic. This in turn is based on an extensive digitisation of Arthur Prior’s Nachlass kept in the Bo...
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(from the report) The term ‘Virtual Lab for a Closed Collaborative Community’ (VL-3C) was then coined by Jørgen Albretsen. Recent literature list evaluation terms like the following, which the VL-3C easily fulfils – the relation to VL-3C added in parentheses: - High Concept, Good Title (A.N. Prior, the need to be virtual) - Small Autonomous Tasks...
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The surveillance in public and private places, both physically and digitally, is increasing for different reasons. In this paper we intend to discuss surveillance and persuasive technology in an ethical perspective with an eye to its historical and cultural context. In section 1, we present some different tendencies of surveillance in society. In s...
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An Analysis of Kepler's Hypothesis Vicaria as seen by a Computer Scientist (from the conclusion, in Danish) Med Hypothesis Vicaria havde Kepler nu fået et værktøj i hænde, som kunne reproducere længderne af Mars i opposition til Solen. I de foregående kapitler er det allerede blevet forklaret, hvordan man ud af denne model får excentriciteter, som...

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