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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Mechaca C., Ana L.; Marmanillo, Walter G.; Xamena, Eduardo; Ramirez-Orta, Juan; Maguitman, Ana Gabriela; Milios, Evangelos E.;
    Country: Argentina

    Digital Humanities researchers often make use of software that helps them in the task of finding non-trivial relationships among characters in historical text. Usually, the source texts that contain such information come from OCR acquired volumes, carrying high amounts of errors within them. This work explains the development of a web platform for the task of OCR post-processing and ground-truth generation. This platform employs machine learning to predict the correct texts accurately from OCR noisy strings. The method used for this task involves transformers for character-based denoising language models. An active learning workflow is proposed, as the users can feed their corrections to the platform, generating new annotated data for re-training the underlying machine learning correction models. Sociedad Argentina de Informática e Investigación Operativa

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Rovere, Alessio; Pappalardo, Marta; Richiano, Sebastián Miguel; Aguirre, Marina Laura; Sandstrom, Michael R.; Hearty, Paul J.; Austermann, Jacqueline; Castellanos, Ignacio; Raymo, Maureen E.;
    Country: Argentina

    The dataset consists of a spreadsheet containing data on GPS surveys, dynamic topography extracted from published models (gplates.org), Shell preservation scoring, Strontium Isotopic Stratigraphy ages, and Global mean Sea Level calculations. Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Xamena, Eduardo; Marmanillo, Walter Gabriel; Mechaca, Ana Lidia;
    Country: Argentina

    Large amounts of ancient documents have become available in the last years, regarding Argentinian history. This fact turns possible to find interesting and useful aggregated information. This work proposes the application of Natural Language Processing, Text Mining and Visualization tools over Argentinian ancient document repositories. Conceptual maps and entity networks make up the first target of this preliminary paper. The first step is the normalization of OCR acquired books of General G¨uemes. Exploratory analyses reveal the presence of manifold spelling errors, due to the OCR acquisition process of the volumes. We propose smart automatic ways for overcoming this issue in the process of normalization. Besides, a first topic landscape of a subset of volumes is obtained and analysed, via Topic Modelling tools. Sociedad Argentina de Informática e Investigación Operativa

  • Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    García Santa Cruz, Mauro Gabriel; García Santa Cruz, María Jimena; Di Santo, Walter Patricio;
    Country: Argentina

    In recent years there has been a significant increase in the number and impact of damage caused by natural disasters, as well as the frequency, extent and duration of extreme weather events. In that sense, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development proposes 17 objectives through which countries will intensify their efforts to combat climate change. Among the goals is proposed to increase efforts to protect and safeguard the world's cultural and natural heritage. This article presents one of the case studies of an ongoing doctoral research that assesses the level of conservation and sustainability in cultural buildings. The case is the Museum of Contemporary Art Beato Angelico, which is located in La Plata, Argentina. The objective is to carry out environmental monitoring of the museum for a period of twelve months. This consists in the recording and analysis of environmental conditions through the continuous measurement of temperature and relative humidity. This article presents the results of the winter measurement of 2015. The spatial characteristics of the rooms and their relative location within the building are considered, it is concluded by determining the behavior of the different exhibition spaces. Facultad de Bellas Artes