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Rama Hoetzlein, “Quanta: Knowledge Organization for Interdisciplinary Research”

Paradigms Lecture 1—Tuesday, December 5th, 1:00-2:30, South Hall 2635, UCSB

On December 5, 2006, Rama Hoetzlein presented the first lecture in the Transliteracies Project’s Paradigms’ Lecture Series: “Quanta: Knowledge Organization for Interdisciplinary Research.” The following are links to video footage of the event for Transliteracies participants (requires project login). Because of the length of the talk (1.5 hours) and the size of the full file (72 megs), we are streaming the video both in full and in smaller sections.

Full Video: (pc) | (mac)

Video by Sections:

  • Section 1: Introductory remarks; project overview
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  • Section 2: Categorization, Classification, and Organization
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  • Section 3: Alternative methods of classification and knowledge organization (e.g., network)
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  • Section 4: Semantic Networks
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  • Section 5: Outline of the Quanta System
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  • Section 6: Demonstration of Quanta
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  • Accompanying Images for the Demo (Copyright© 2007 Rama C. Hoetzlein):
    1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

  • Section 7: Question and Answer Session
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  • Rama Hoetzlein is a Ph.D. student in the UCSB Media Arts & Technology Program whose theoretical and technological working on knowledge organization and intelligent systems. He presented his completed Quanta project and thesis on April 13, 2007 at UCSB. (bio)
  ayliu2, 12.05.06

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