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  • Other research product . 2016
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Argerich, Luis; Cano, Matías J.; Torre Zaffaroni, Joaquín;
    Country: Argentina

    In this paper we propose the application of feature hashing to create word embeddings for natural language processing. Feature hashing has been used successfully to create document vectors in related tasks like document classification. In this work we show that feature hashing can be applied to obtain word embeddings in linear time with the size of the data. The results show that this algorithm, that does not need training, is able to capture the semantic meaning of words.We compare the results against GloVe showing that they are similar. As far as we know this is the first application of feature hashing to the word embeddings problem and the results indicate this is a scalable technique with practical results for NLP applications. Sociedad Argentina de Informática e Investigación Operativa (SADIO)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Rio Riande, María Gimena del; González Blanco García, Elena; Martínez Cantón, Clara; Robles, Antonio;
    Country: Argentina

    Although Digital Humanities have been defined from a discipline perspective in many ways, it is surely a field still looking for its own objects, practices and methodologies. Their development in the Spanish-speaking countries is no exception to this process and, even it is complex to trace a unique genealogy to give account for the evolving field in Spain and Latin America (Gonzalez-Blanco, 2013; Spence and Gonzalez-Blanco, 2014; Rio Riande 2014a, 2014b), the emergence of various associations in Mexico (RedDH), Spain (HDH) and Argentina (AAHD) that seek for a constant dialogue (Galina, González-Blanco and Rio Riande, 2015), and academic lab and DH center initiatives such as LINHD (Spain and Argentina), GRINUGR (Spain), Medialab USAL, LABTEC (Argentina), TadeoLab (Colombia), Elabora HD (Mexico), among others, make it clear that research has become increasingly “global, multipolar and networked” (Llewellyn Smith, et al., 2011) and that the academic field is looking for a global outreach and aims to open spaces of shared virtual work. Virtual Research Communities (VRCs) are a consequence of these changes. (Párrafo extraído a modo de resumen) Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Rio Riande, María Gimena del; González Blanco García, Elena; O'Donnell, Daniel; Bordalejo, Barbara;
    Country: Argentina

    The theme of this session is the Digital Humanities as a "Boundary Land" - i.e. a locus in which such objects are common. As O´Donnell argues in his paper, this aspect is one of the defining features of contemporary Digital Humanities and an important cause of its recent rapid growth. As the field grows, DH workshops, panels, and journals see increasing work by practitioners trained in more and more traditionally distinct disciplinary traditions: textual scholars, literary critics, historians, New Media specialists, as well as theologians, computer scientists, archaeologists, Cultural Heritage specialists... and geographers, physicists, biologists, and medical professionals.It is the contention of the speakers of this panel that interpersonal diversity (i.e. diversity along lines such as gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, language, economic region, etc.) is as an important element of this aspect of DH. The Digital Humanities is not only a place where different disciplines work together (and at times at odds to each other): it is also a place where different people work together and at odds in developing our field. In other words, diversity initiatives in the Digital Humanities are important not only because they let more people into our field, they are important because they change the nature of our field as its practice widens.The papers in this session each approach the issue from a different perspective. In the first paper, O'Donnell looks at the theoretical background to this understanding of diversity as a component of DH as a boundary discipline, grounding his approach in early work on interdisciplinarity and boundary work. In the second paper, Murray Ray and Bordalejo discuss the ways in which efforts to promote diversity within DH can paradoxically undermine its theoretical importance to the field, before turning to different examples of diversity´s intellectual importance. In the third paper, del Rio and González-Blanco examine the institutional and social pressures that promote and hinder dialogue among researchers in developing and developed countries and across linguistic and other boundaries before proposing new approaches in Digital Humanities that go beyond lingüistic diversity focusing on theories such as Sociology of Culture and Education and other reformulations. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Rio Riande, María Gimena del; González Blanco García, Elena; Torrent Allès, Susanna;
    Country: Argentina

    #dariahTeach is developing open source, community-driven, source, high quality, multilingual teaching materials for the digital arts and humanities. Begun in January 2015 and running through June 2017, #dariahTeach is funded through an Erasmus + Strategic Partnership Grant. The #dariahTeach consortium has eight partners, coordinated by Maynooth University, Ireland. LINHD UNED is part of this initiative and is collaborating through the experience of Elena González Blanco and Gimena del Rio as experts in online distant teaching on Digital Humanities. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Rio Riande, María Gimena del; González Blanco García, Elena; Martínez Cantón, Clara; Curado Malta, Mariana;
    Country: Argentina

    This paper presents work-in-progress of the POSTDATA project. This project aims to provide means to solve the interoperability issues that exist among the digital poetry repertoires. These repertoires hold data of poetry metrics that is locked in their own databases and it is not freely available to be compared and to be used by intelligent machines that could infer over the data. The POSTDATA project will use Linked Open Data (LOD) technologies to overcome the interoperability problems. POSTDATA is developing a metadata application proFIle (MAP) for the digital poetry repertoires, a construct that enhances interoperability.This development follows the method for the development of MAP (Me4MAP).A MAP for the digital poetry repertoires will open doors for this repertoires to be able to structure the data with a common model in order to publish it as Linked Open Data. This paper presents how this MAP is being developed so far. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    González-Blanco, Elena; Allés Torrent, Susanna; Rio Riande, María Gimena del; Martínez, Clara;
    Country: Argentina

    The creation of the first Digital Humanities Innovation Lab (LINHD), hosted by the Spanish National Distance University (UNED) in 2014, opened a new a new opportunity for courses and and certificates in Digital Humanities for the Spanish speaking world. While the digital switch and interdisciplinarity in the Humanities has hardly been applied to the majority of public Spanish Universities, LINHD has proudly invested time and energy in the creation of an innovative training way oriented to digital humanities and offered mostly as an online education. Our presentation will offer a general overview of the three main initiatives: standalone courses and seminars, two long specialized degrees on DH basics and digital editions, and a yearly summer school. All these initiatives have boosted the birth of this discipline in the Spanish-speaking world, generating new DH materials (in Spanish and adapted to diverse profiles of Humanities Spanish Speaking students), new types of students? assessments, and innovations and challenges for Digital Humanities as a discipline for which online training has proven to be a successful way of approaching people from different countries and places. LINHD launched its first DH summer school: "Introducción a las Humanidades Digitales" in July 2014, getting more than 50 students involved. The summer school was followed by a longer DH program of 30 units, lasting from December to September and amplifying all the contents that had been announced in the summer school. The strategy has been similar in the following years, in 2015, summer school was devoted to digital scholarly editing and a new longer winter training program was launched for 2015-2016. This last year, we decided to focus on DH methodologies applied to a specific field, poetry, which had as a result a high-quality summer school on this topic that is at the heart of LINHD projects and research interests. Taking into account the interests of the community, the needs of the field and the offers of new programs in different places, our new proposal for this year, starting in January 2017 is stylometry, a technique that is still very much unknown for Spanish DH research.Our strategy for designing curricula for all these programs has been twofold: first, we have always had as a model the reference curricula for DH above mentioned, together with the needs of the scholars in our own environment. The keys for success have been three: having a DH compliant interdisciplinary teaching faculty, variety in contents (our first DH course covered a huge range of topics going from databases, TEI markup, semantic web, visualization to digital libraries), and flexibility to change thanks to the lessons learned every year. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Renovell, Estela Julia;
    Country: Argentina

    El presente trabajo tiene el propósito de situar algunas especificidades de la recepción de Lacan realizada por Szpilka en el periodo 1970-1976: en este caso se pondrá el acento en determinar la influencia que tuvo otro autor francés, Althusser, en esta recepción. Con tal fin, se tomara como fuente primaria de análisis todos los artículos que Szpilka escribió en el órgano de difusión de la Asociación Psicoanalítica Argentina, la Revista de Psicoanálisis, de dicho periodo, y se compara los mismos con el libro escrito por el autor en 1973, por fuera del órgano difusión de la APA. This paper aims to place some specificities reception of Lacan by Szpilka in the period 1970-1976: in this case the emphasis will be on determining the influence of another French author, Althusser, in this reception. To that purpose, we take as primary source of analysis all items Szpilka wrote in the Journal of Psychoanalysis, the main source of diffusion of the Argentina Psychoanalytic Association, and we compare them with another publication, a book written by the author in this period, outside the body of the APA. Trabajos libres: Historia de la psicología Facultad de Psicología

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Garciarena Ucelay, María José; Villegas, María Paula; Cagnina, Leticia; Errecalde, Marcelo Luis;
    Country: Argentina

    Author Profiling is the task of predicting characteristics of the author of a text, such as age, gender, personality, native language, etc. This is a task of growing importance due to the potential applications in security, crime detection and marketing, among others. An interesting point is to study the robustness of a classifier when it is trained with a dataset and tested with others containing different characteristics. Commonly this is called cross domain experimentation. Although different cross domain studies have been done for datasets in English language, for Spanish it has recently begun. In this context, this work presents a study of cross domain classification for the author profiling task in Spanish. The experimental results showed that using corpora with different levels of formality we can obtain robust classifiers for the author profiling task in Spanish language. Red de Universidades con Carreras en Informática (RedUNCI) XII Workshop Bases de Datos y Minería de Datos (WBDDM)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Rodríguez, Juan Manuel; Merlino, Hernán; García Martínez, Ramón;
    Country: Argentina

    En esta comunicación se revisa la evolución los métodos de extracción de conocimiento, con foco en la extracción de relaciones semánticas desde el año 2005 hasta la fecha, teniendo como hilo conductor aquellos métodos creados para trabajar en la Web, centrados en grandes volúmenes de información no estructurada en lenguaje natural y sin dominio especifico. Se resumen distintas comparaciones realizadas entre los métodos relevados. Red de Universidades con Carreras en Informática (RedUNCI) XII Workshop Ingeniería de Software (WIS)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Yacuzzi, María Luciana;
    Country: Argentina

    El siguiente trabajo se constituye como una aproximación al concepto de representación desde la corriente del Realismo del Inconciente, tomando como bibliografía primaria la obra de Jean Laplanche y Silvia Bleichmar. Para ello, se hará un análisis de las interpretaciones que dichos autores han hecho sobre la Metapsicología freudiana, para rastrear las distintas definiciones del concepto de representación a partir de los modelos que intentan dar explicación al origen del aparato psíquico. La corriente del Realismo del Inconciente supone un inconciente fundado a partir de la represión originaria (entendida como real y no mítica) en tanto da origen al aparato psíquico conceptualizado como un aparato dividido en dos sistemas: Inconciente y Preconciente-Conciente. Cada uno de estos sistemas supone diversos tipos de inscripciones que se rigen por distintas legalidades: signo de percepción, representación-cosa y representación-palabra. El objetivo será, por lo tanto, caracterizar estas tres formas de representación de “la cosa del mundo” tomando en cuenta sus coincidencias, diferencias y relaciones. Fundamentalmente, qué suponen en tanto inscripciones y retranscripciones en función de los intercambios al interior del psiquismo y sus relaciones con el mundo. Se fundamentará una lectura del concepto de representación enfatizando su carácter de producto resultante de la actividad simbolizante del sujeto. The forthcoming text is as an approach to the concept of presentation from the theory of Realism of the Unconscious, based on the works of Jean Laplanche and Silvia Bleichmar. In order to do so, it would be made an analysis of the interpretations that these authors have on the Freudian metapsychology, to search for the various definitions of presentation from models that attempt to explain the origin of the psychic apparatus. The theory of Realism of the Unconscious assumes an unconscious founded from original repression (understood as real and not mythical) that gives rise to psychic apparatus conceptualized as a unit divided into two systems: Unconscious and preconscious-concius. Each of these systems involves various types of inscriptions which are governed by different legalities: signs of perception, thing-presentation and word-presentation. The aim will be to characterize these three forms of presentation of “the thing in the world” considering their similarities, differences and relationships. Fundamentally, accounting transcriptions and retranscriptions as a function of exchanges within the psyche and in their relations with the world. The literature review will allow a reading of the concept of presentation, emphasizing its characteristic as a product resulting from the symbolizing activity of the subject. Facultad de Psicología

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  • Other research product . 2016
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Argerich, Luis; Cano, Matías J.; Torre Zaffaroni, Joaquín;
    Country: Argentina

    In this paper we propose the application of feature hashing to create word embeddings for natural language processing. Feature hashing has been used successfully to create document vectors in related tasks like document classification. In this work we show that feature hashing can be applied to obtain word embeddings in linear time with the size of the data. The results show that this algorithm, that does not need training, is able to capture the semantic meaning of words.We compare the results against GloVe showing that they are similar. As far as we know this is the first application of feature hashing to the word embeddings problem and the results indicate this is a scalable technique with practical results for NLP applications. Sociedad Argentina de Informática e Investigación Operativa (SADIO)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Rio Riande, María Gimena del; González Blanco García, Elena; Martínez Cantón, Clara; Robles, Antonio;
    Country: Argentina

    Although Digital Humanities have been defined from a discipline perspective in many ways, it is surely a field still looking for its own objects, practices and methodologies. Their development in the Spanish-speaking countries is no exception to this process and, even it is complex to trace a unique genealogy to give account for the evolving field in Spain and Latin America (Gonzalez-Blanco, 2013; Spence and Gonzalez-Blanco, 2014; Rio Riande 2014a, 2014b), the emergence of various associations in Mexico (RedDH), Spain (HDH) and Argentina (AAHD) that seek for a constant dialogue (Galina, González-Blanco and Rio Riande, 2015), and academic lab and DH center initiatives such as LINHD (Spain and Argentina), GRINUGR (Spain), Medialab USAL, LABTEC (Argentina), TadeoLab (Colombia), Elabora HD (Mexico), among others, make it clear that research has become increasingly “global, multipolar and networked” (Llewellyn Smith, et al., 2011) and that the academic field is looking for a global outreach and aims to open spaces of shared virtual work. Virtual Research Communities (VRCs) are a consequence of these changes. (Párrafo extraído a modo de resumen) Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Rio Riande, María Gimena del; González Blanco García, Elena; O'Donnell, Daniel; Bordalejo, Barbara;
    Country: Argentina

    The theme of this session is the Digital Humanities as a "Boundary Land" - i.e. a locus in which such objects are common. As O´Donnell argues in his paper, this aspect is one of the defining features of contemporary Digital Humanities and an important cause of its recent rapid growth. As the field grows, DH workshops, panels, and journals see increasing work by practitioners trained in more and more traditionally distinct disciplinary traditions: textual scholars, literary critics, historians, New Media specialists, as well as theologians, computer scientists, archaeologists, Cultural Heritage specialists... and geographers, physicists, biologists, and medical professionals.It is the contention of the speakers of this panel that interpersonal diversity (i.e. diversity along lines such as gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, language, economic region, etc.) is as an important element of this aspect of DH. The Digital Humanities is not only a place where different disciplines work together (and at times at odds to each other): it is also a place where different people work together and at odds in developing our field. In other words, diversity initiatives in the Digital Humanities are important not only because they let more people into our field, they are important because they change the nature of our field as its practice widens.The papers in this session each approach the issue from a different perspective. In the first paper, O'Donnell looks at the theoretical background to this understanding of diversity as a component of DH as a boundary discipline, grounding his approach in early work on interdisciplinarity and boundary work. In the second paper, Murray Ray and Bordalejo discuss the ways in which efforts to promote diversity within DH can paradoxically undermine its theoretical importance to the field, before turning to different examples of diversity´s intellectual importance. In the third paper, del Rio and González-Blanco examine the institutional and social pressures that promote and hinder dialogue among researchers in developing and developed countries and across linguistic and other boundaries before proposing new approaches in Digital Humanities that go beyond lingüistic diversity focusing on theories such as Sociology of Culture and Education and other reformulations. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Rio Riande, María Gimena del; González Blanco García, Elena; Torrent Allès, Susanna;
    Country: Argentina

    #dariahTeach is developing open source, community-driven, source, high quality, multilingual teaching materials for the digital arts and humanities. Begun in January 2015 and running through June 2017, #dariahTeach is funded through an Erasmus + Strategic Partnership Grant. The #dariahTeach consortium has eight partners, coordinated by Maynooth University, Ireland. LINHD UNED is part of this initiative and is collaborating through the experience of Elena González Blanco and Gimena del Rio as experts in online distant teaching on Digital Humanities. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Rio Riande, María Gimena del; González Blanco García, Elena; Martínez Cantón, Clara; Curado Malta, Mariana;
    Country: Argentina

    This paper presents work-in-progress of the POSTDATA project. This project aims to provide means to solve the interoperability issues that exist among the digital poetry repertoires. These repertoires hold data of poetry metrics that is locked in their own databases and it is not freely available to be compared and to be used by intelligent machines that could infer over the data. The POSTDATA project will use Linked Open Data (LOD) technologies to overcome the interoperability problems. POSTDATA is developing a metadata application proFIle (MAP) for the digital poetry repertoires, a construct that enhances interoperability.This development follows the method for the development of MAP (Me4MAP).A MAP for the digital poetry repertoires will open doors for this repertoires to be able to structure the data with a common model in order to publish it as Linked Open Data. This paper presents how this MAP is being developed so far. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    González-Blanco, Elena; Allés Torrent, Susanna; Rio Riande, María Gimena del; Martínez, Clara;
    Country: Argentina

    The creation of the first Digital Humanities Innovation Lab (LINHD), hosted by the Spanish National Distance University (UNED) in 2014, opened a new a new opportunity for courses and and certificates in Digital Humanities for the Spanish speaking world. While the digital switch and interdisciplinarity in the Humanities has hardly been applied to the majority of public Spanish Universities, LINHD has proudly invested time and energy in the creation of an innovative training way oriented to digital humanities and offered mostly as an online education. Our presentation will offer a general overview of the three main initiatives: standalone courses and seminars, two long specialized degrees on DH basics and digital editions, and a yearly summer school. All these initiatives have boosted the birth of this discipline in the Spanish-speaking world, generating new DH materials (in Spanish and adapted to diverse profiles of Humanities Spanish Speaking students), new types of students? assessments, and innovations and challenges for Digital Humanities as a discipline for which online training has proven to be a successful way of approaching people from different countries and places. LINHD launched its first DH summer school: "Introducción a las Humanidades Digitales" in July 2014, getting more than 50 students involved. The summer school was followed by a longer DH program of 30 units, lasting from December to September and amplifying all the contents that had been announced in the summer school. The strategy has been similar in the following years, in 2015, summer school was devoted to digital scholarly editing and a new longer winter training program was launched for 2015-2016. This last year, we decided to focus on DH methodologies applied to a specific field, poetry, which had as a result a high-quality summer school on this topic that is at the heart of LINHD projects and research interests. Taking into account the interests of the community, the needs of the field and the offers of new programs in different places, our new proposal for this year, starting in January 2017 is stylometry, a technique that is still very much unknown for Spanish DH research.Our strategy for designing curricula for all these programs has been twofold: first, we have always had as a model the reference curricula for DH above mentioned, together with the needs of the scholars in our own environment. The keys for success have been three: having a DH compliant interdisciplinary teaching faculty, variety in contents (our first DH course covered a huge range of topics going from databases, TEI markup, semantic web, visualization to digital libraries), and flexibility to change thanks to the lessons learned every year. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Renovell, Estela Julia;
    Country: Argentina

    El presente trabajo tiene el propósito de situar algunas especificidades de la recepción de Lacan realizada por Szpilka en el periodo 1970-1976: en este caso se pondrá el acento en determinar la influencia que tuvo otro autor francés, Althusser, en esta recepción. Con tal fin, se tomara como fuente primaria de análisis todos los artículos que Szpilka escribió en el órgano de difusión de la Asociación Psicoanalítica Argentina, la Revista de Psicoanálisis, de dicho periodo, y se compara los mismos con el libro escrito por el autor en 1973, por fuera del órgano difusión de la APA. This paper aims to place some specificities reception of Lacan by Szpilka in the period 1970-1976: in this case the emphasis will be on determining the influence of another French author, Althusser, in this reception. To that purpose, we take as primary source of analysis all items Szpilka wrote in the Journal of Psychoanalysis, the main source of diffusion of the Argentina Psychoanalytic Association, and we compare them with another publication, a book written by the author in this period, outside the body of the APA. Trabajos libres: Historia de la psicología Facultad de Psicología

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Garciarena Ucelay, María José; Villegas, María Paula; Cagnina, Leticia; Errecalde, Marcelo Luis;
    Country: Argentina

    Author Profiling is the task of predicting characteristics of the author of a text, such as age, gender, personality, native language, etc. This is a task of growing importance due to the potential applications in security, crime detection and marketing, among others. An interesting point is to study the robustness of a classifier when it is trained with a dataset and tested with others containing different characteristics. Commonly this is called cross domain experimentation. Although different cross domain studies have been done for datasets in English language, for Spanish it has recently begun. In this context, this work presents a study of cross domain classification for the author profiling task in Spanish. The experimental results showed that using corpora with different levels of formality we can obtain robust classifiers for the author profiling task in Spanish language. Red de Universidades con Carreras en Informática (RedUNCI) XII Workshop Bases de Datos y Minería de Datos (WBDDM)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Rodríguez, Juan Manuel; Merlino, Hernán; García Martínez, Ramón;
    Country: Argentina

    En esta comunicación se revisa la evolución los métodos de extracción de conocimiento, con foco en la extracción de relaciones semánticas desde el año 2005 hasta la fecha, teniendo como hilo conductor aquellos métodos creados para trabajar en la Web, centrados en grandes volúmenes de información no estructurada en lenguaje natural y sin dominio especifico. Se resumen distintas comparaciones realizadas entre los métodos relevados. Red de Universidades con Carreras en Informática (RedUNCI) XII Workshop Ingeniería de Software (WIS)

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Yacuzzi, María Luciana;
    Country: Argentina

    El siguiente trabajo se constituye como una aproximación al concepto de representación desde la corriente del Realismo del Inconciente, tomando como bibliografía primaria la obra de Jean Laplanche y Silvia Bleichmar. Para ello, se hará un análisis de las interpretaciones que dichos autores han hecho sobre la Metapsicología freudiana, para rastrear las distintas definiciones del concepto de representación a partir de los modelos que intentan dar explicación al origen del aparato psíquico. La corriente del Realismo del Inconciente supone un inconciente fundado a partir de la represión originaria (entendida como real y no mítica) en tanto da origen al aparato psíquico conceptualizado como un aparato dividido en dos sistemas: Inconciente y Preconciente-Conciente. Cada uno de estos sistemas supone diversos tipos de inscripciones que se rigen por distintas legalidades: signo de percepción, representación-cosa y representación-palabra. El objetivo será, por lo tanto, caracterizar estas tres formas de representación de “la cosa del mundo” tomando en cuenta sus coincidencias, diferencias y relaciones. Fundamentalmente, qué suponen en tanto inscripciones y retranscripciones en función de los intercambios al interior del psiquismo y sus relaciones con el mundo. Se fundamentará una lectura del concepto de representación enfatizando su carácter de producto resultante de la actividad simbolizante del sujeto. The forthcoming text is as an approach to the concept of presentation from the theory of Realism of the Unconscious, based on the works of Jean Laplanche and Silvia Bleichmar. In order to do so, it would be made an analysis of the interpretations that these authors have on the Freudian metapsychology, to search for the various definitions of presentation from models that attempt to explain the origin of the psychic apparatus. The theory of Realism of the Unconscious assumes an unconscious founded from original repression (understood as real and not mythical) that gives rise to psychic apparatus conceptualized as a unit divided into two systems: Unconscious and preconscious-concius. Each of these systems involves various types of inscriptions which are governed by different legalities: signs of perception, thing-presentation and word-presentation. The aim will be to characterize these three forms of presentation of “the thing in the world” considering their similarities, differences and relationships. Fundamentally, accounting transcriptions and retranscriptions as a function of exchanges within the psyche and in their relations with the world. The literature review will allow a reading of the concept of presentation, emphasizing its characteristic as a product resulting from the symbolizing activity of the subject. Facultad de Psicología