|This section presents caENTI's reports and deliverables|
By ALPE Y., FAUGUET J.-L., TRUDA G. | February 2009 | caENTI deliverable 61
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ALPE Y., FAUGUET J.-L., TRUDA G., 2009. Report on feasibility of a European Observatory of the Rural Schools, deliverable 61 of caENTI, project funded under FP6 research program of the European Union. <URL: http://www.territorial-intelligence.eu/index.php/caenti/deliverable61>
caENTI61.pdf 5.51 MB
By GIRARDOT J.-J., MASSELOT C., DAMY S., HERRMANN B., SANCHEZ C., MORENO MORENO A., MIEDES B. | February 2009 | caENTI deliverable 60
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GIRARDOT J.-J., MASSELOT C., DAMY S., HERRMANN B., SANCHEZ C., MORENO MORENO A., MIEDES B., 2009. Specifications for a Territorial Information System, deliverable 60 of caENTI, project funded under FP6 research program of the European Union. <URL: http://www.territorial-intelligence.eu/index.php/caenti/deliverable60>
caenti60_tics.pdf 5.25 MB
By Guénaël DEVILLET and Christophe BREUER (Université de Liège) | February 2008 | caENTI deliverable 59
Within the framework of the CAENTI European project (coordination action of European Network of Territorial Intelligence) of the FP6 (Sixth European framework program), research on the territorial indicators, their treatment and their mode of representation, was undertaken. The objective is to represent, for actors implied in several sectors (in particular social), data which they use for the method CATALYSE.
After multiple research on the indicators, their accessibility and their definition in the European Union of twenty-seven (CHEN and Al, 2006; CAENTI 2008), it was necessary to treat the problem of the installation of the territorial portal of information for the actors, available on Internet. Concretely, it is a question of allowing the visualization of data characterizing the socio-economic environment of the populations to increase the comprehension of the territories, their dynamic and their problems, and of allowing a prospective view of the data collected by the actors near the populations at a more appropriate scale.
The cartographic representation was privileged to allow a better legibility of information, the comprehension of the space disparities and the possibility of comparison with other areas. All in all, although the reading of maps is not acquired for all, it is a powerful communications tools.
It was decided that this tool would be available for free on Internet, which generates complex technical and legal constraints, in terms of treatments, of representation and spread of information. Nevertheless, thanks to this free use, this tool will be used by the local actors, often confronted with budgetary and human important restrictions.
Our work was thus focused on the following tasks, in order to emit a list of specification for the creation of a European gate of territorial information, and to improve the current data (offers, distribution):
- obtaining the contextual and geographical data (administrative cuttings and statistics);
- the study and the implementation of the representation modes of cartographic on-line information;
- the study and the implementation of the techniques of information and meta-information storage;
This delivrable will initially treat of territorial information and geographical files (shapefiles) collection making it possible together to create cartography of socio-economic and environmental contextual information. This part will take into account the constraints related to the mode of representation selected and will determine the essence of the characterization of this one. The second part will give the broad outlines of the cartographic representations selected for the prototype of the cartographic tool. The third part will treat management of the data and metadata within the system. The fourth part concerns the presentation of portal. Then we will conclude.
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DEVILLET G., OSTIR K., PEHANI P., LANDRE M., 2009. Portal on institutional territorial indicators available on internet in Europe, deliverable 59 of caENTI, project funded under FP6 research program of the European Union, 36 pages <URL: http://www.territorial-intelligence.eu/index.php/caenti/deliverable59>
caenti59_wepmapping.pdf 754.96 kB
> CATALYSE Toolkit. Specifications for the processing and editorial chain from territorial data to results (D58)
By Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT & Cyril MASSELOT (University of Franche-Comté) | February 2008 | caENTI deliverable 58
caENTI_D58.pdf 9.41 MB
By Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT (WP6 Tools for actors leader, University of Franche-Comté), Celia SANCHEZ LOPEZ and María José ASENSIO COTO (Coordination group wp6f “contents”, University of Huelva) | December 2007 | caENTI deliverable 57
This report presents the formal specifications about the contents of a European on-line Inclusion Itinerary Accompaniment File, the so called "CATALYSE file", or shorter the "file". The file enlarges the guide information necessary for diagnosis and evaluation, with more personal information useful for the accompaniment of persons. In appendix this report updates the basic definitions of the contents and protocols of the file according to those of the European Guide of Diagnosis and Evaluation, the so-called "CATALYSE Guide" or "guide" (deliverables 51 and 56) and the list of territorial indicators available on Internet for comparison with the on-line file data (deliverable 53).
caENTI-D57.pdf 6.64 MB
> Guidance notes for the use of CATALYSE information and tools. CATALYSE Method European Guide of Diagnosis and Evaluation Definition of the meanings of the questions of the guide (D56 part 1)
Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT (University of Franche-Comté), Celia SANCHEZ LOPEZ and Maria Jose ASENSIO COTO (University of Huelva) | December 2006 | caENTI deliverable 56 part 1
This report presents a first series of elements to establish guidance notes useful to design, to implement and to explain the information and the tools of a “CATALYSE” Toolkit.These guidance notes are:
- The contents specifications about the information that are collected and analyzed with the tools;
- The conceptual and methodological specifications useful for the researchers and the engineer who design the tools;
- The technical and data processing specifications for the engineers and techies who implement the tools;
- The guidelines for the end users. The guidelines concern the understanding of the contents and the use of the tools.
CAENTI_D56_Catalyse_part1.pdf 1.92 MB
> Guidance notes for the use of CATALYSE information and tools. Specifications for the Territorial Information System (D56 part 2)
Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT, Cyril MASSELOT and François-Pierre TOURNEUX (University of Franche-Comté) | December 2006 | caENTI Deliverable 56, part 2
The Territorial Information System is the third tool of the Catalyse Toolkit, it is integrated in the workpackage 6 “Tools for actors” of the caENTI. Its design follows the methodology that was implemented in this activity.
The TIS guidance notes that we present here is the result of the cooperative research work of the universities and territorial actors that are gathered within the caENTI project, which is funded by the 6th framework-programme of research of the European Union. This project objective is to offer to territorial actors tools that are useful to understand the complexity and diversity of the individual situations so as to draft, manage and valuate multi-sector projects that respect the sustainable development.
CAENTI_D56_Catalyse_part2.pdf 2.27 MB
> Guidance notes for the use of CATALYSE information and tools. Data analysis protocols of the guide, uses of CATALYSE in development partnerships and conclusion (D56 part 3)
By Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT (University of Franche-Comté) and Maria Jose ASENSIO COTO (University of Huelva) | December 2006 | caENTI deliverable 56 (part 3)
CAENTI_D56_Catalyse_part3.pdf 635.67 kB
> Conceptual and methodological specifications for a Territorial Information Community System, including technical specifications for integration of “PRAGMA” with the software of qualitative data analysis “ANACONDA” and “NUAGE” (D55)
By Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT and Cyril MASSELOT (University of Franche-Comté) | December 2006 | caENTI deliverable 55
Research activities about the integration of the software of quantitative study PRAGMA and the software of qualitative analysis ANACONDA and NUAGE, were quickly enlarged to the design of a “Territorial Intelligence Community System” TICS.
This document presents:
- The integration of data and spatial analysis software, within the technical specifications for PRAGMA integration with the software of qualitative data analysis ANACONDA and NUAGE.
- The integration of analysis functions, editorial workflow and uses within a Territorial Intelligence Community System.
CAENTI_D55_scit.pdf 780.33 kB
By Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT (University of Franche-Comté) | December 2006 | caENTI deliverable 54
This report aims at defining the technical specifications of the PRAGMA software so as to direct the evolutions of the data-processing developments of the “CATALYSE toolkit”. The latter aims at offering selections of information, which are homogenized at the European level, according to the CAENTI actors experiment and to the existing European standards.
CAENTI_D54_pragma.pdf 279.98 kB
> List of territorial indicators available on internet for comparison with CATALYSE Guide Data (D53)
By Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT (University of Franche-Comté) and Di CHEN (University of Liège) | December 2006 | caENTI deliverable 53
CAENTI_D53_indicators.pdf 599.56 kB
> CATALYSE Toolkit-European contents specifications of an online territorial repertory of services (D52)
By Celia SANCHEZ LOPEZ (University of Huelva), Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT & Cyril MASSELOT (University ofFranche-Comté) | February 2007 | caENTI deliverable 52
The European guide of the services repertory is the second tool of the CATALYSE Toolkit, which is integrated in the work package 6 “Tools for actors” of caENTI. Its design follows the methodology which was implemented in this activity.
The European diagnosis and evaluation guide that is presented here results from the cooperative research work of the universities and territorial actors gathered within the caENTI project, funded by the 6th research framework-programme of the European Union. The objective of this project is to offer to the territorial actors useful tools to understand the complexity and the diversity of the individual situations in order to work out, to manage and to valuate multi-sectors projects that respect sustainable development.
CAENTI_D52_repertory.pdf 780.59 kB
By Blanca MIEDES-UGARTE (University of Huelva) | February 2009 | caENTI deliverable 50
This video, articulates the work in WP5 and WP6 (WP6u) presenting the uses of CAENTI tools by CAENTI actors.
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MIEDES B., 2009. Video: “Research is at territories intelligence service”, deliverable 50 (video) of caENTI, project funded under FP6 research program of the European Union. <URL: http://www.territorial-intelligence.eu/index.php/caenti/deliverable50>
video.zip 154.60 MB
> Possibilities of ICT and tool limits relative to sustainable development, participation and partnership (D49)
By Laurent AMIOTTE-SUCHET (University of Franche-Comté) and Blanca MIEDES UGARTE (University of Huelva) | August 2008 | caENTI deliverable 49
caENTI_D49.pdf 82.80 kB
> Catalogue of participation research-action methodologies, especially those suitable for territorial intelligence development. Participatory definition of social needs and solution strategies in vulnerable territories (D48)
Tullia SACCHERI (University of Salerno) and Serge SCHMITZ (University of Liège) - Coordinated by the University of Huelva | August 2008 | caENTI deliverable 48
caENTI_D48.pdf 466.98 kB
> caENTI Quality Letter of Action-Research favouring Territorial Governance of Sustainable Development (D47)
By Blanca MIEDES-UGARTE (WP5 Leader, Huelva University - UHU) | December 2007 | caENTI deliverable 47
The caENTI WP5 main general objective consists in deliberating on ethical and methodological principles that should be respected by research protocols of social and human sciences, so that the results of research favor territorial governance and therefore the sustainable development of territories.
WP5’s main task for this phase of the project has been joint reflection on the main aspects that have influenced improvement of the quality of action-research processes, so that its processes and results favor, to the largest extent, the objectives of sustainable development by promoting territorial governance.
The conclusions of the analysis of the participants’ experiences in territorial action-research projects, which was carried out in the previous stage and gathered together in deliverable 40 of caENTI: Analysis of the Application of the Governance Principles of Sustainable Development to Territorial Action-Research, have been taken as the starting point for this reflection.
The proposal of Quality Letter was complemented with an e-tool for assessing the quality letter of a particular project. The objective of this tool is to be filled in by the participant of the action-research group in an auto-assessment process. It is available for visitors on the Territorial Intelligence Portal.
caENTI_D47_LetterOfQuality.pdf 708.07 kB
Natale AMMATURO and UNISA team (University of Salerno) | December 2007 | caENTI deliverable 46
caENTI_D46_Evaluation-UNISA.pdf 57.86 kB