The Prior Internet Resources 2017: Information systems and development perspectives

Volkmar Paul Engerer, Jørgen Albretsen

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The Prior Internet Resources (PIR) are presented. Prior\s unpublishedscientific manuscripts and his wast letter correspondence with fellow researchersat the time, his Nachlass, is now subject to transcription byPrior-researchers worldwide, and form an integral part of PIR. It is demonstratedthat the PIR, defined as the virtual space delimited by the threecontent areas and Internet domains: 1) Priorstudies, 2) Prior Virtual Lab,and 3) Nachlass), contains six information systems of five distinct types.The informations systems are grouped into a \Transcriber Loop\ to illustratehow unpublished material from the archive boxes goes through atranscription process to end in the Nachlass. A box taxonomy defines thetranscription project\s hub. Together with the \Transcriber Loop\ thissetup makes it possible to use the boxlists in conjunction with a Priorbibliographyalso in PIR as a showcase to announce what is still in thearchive waiting to be transcribed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLogic and philosophy of time
EditorsPer Hasle, Patrick Blackburn, Peter Øhrstrøm
Number of pages27
PublisherAalborg Universitetsforlag
Publication date2017
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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