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Manifeste: Pour plus d'Interactions entre Informatique, Sciences Humaines et Sociales et Arts

Guillaume Aucher 1, 2 Olivier Ridoux 1, 2 
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Abstract : Computer science, human and social sciences and arts have often been considered as independent fields of investigations without much interaction. We strive to demonstrate that this common belief is erroneous and that it is possible to consider fruitful cross-fertilizations between these fields of investigations. We illustrate it by means of examples taken from the history of computer science and by means of contemporary research questions. Thereby, we suggest a list of non exhaustive research lines at the interface of computer science and these other fields of investigations. N.B.: This manifest has been written in perspective of the workshop "data sciences and human and social sciences" organized at the computer science laboratory IRISA in Rennes (France) on the 26th of November 2015 ( This manifest is intended to be extended, completed or even amended by the participants of this workshop as well as anybody who is interested in this topic. Thereby, the prospective contributors would become authors of the subsequent versions of this manifest. For that, please contact Guillaume Aucher or Olivier Ridoux.
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Guillaume Aucher, Olivier Ridoux. Manifeste: Pour plus d'Interactions entre Informatique, Sciences Humaines et Sociales et Arts. Science des données et sciences humaines et sociales : atelier 4 du Data Science Symposium, Nov 2015, Rennes, France. pp.6, 2015. ⟨hal-01230651⟩



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