Text encoding - descriptive

Refers to the addition of character and symbols at certain places in a text in order to convey information about concrete and abstract concepts (i.e. genres, topical subjects); its logical structure (i.e. identification of headings, paragraphs); its linguistic components (i.e. PoS-tagging, phonological and morphological markup); or about concrete and abstract named entities (i.e. identification of personal names, geographic names).

event: EpiDoc Training Sessions 2009 - Rome

20/09/2009

The EpiDoc community has been developing protocols for the publication of inscriptions, papyri, and other documentary Classical texts in TEI-compliant XML: for details see the community website at htt [read more...]

Location

British School
Rome
United Kingdom

event: EpiDoc Training Sessions 2009 - London

20/07/2009

The EpiDoc community has been developing protocols for the publication of inscriptions, papyri, and other documentary Classical texts in TEI-compliant XML: for details see the community website at htt [read more...]

Location

26 - 29 Drury Lane Centre for Computing in the Humanities
London WC2B 5RL
United Kingdom

event: Rare Book School 2009: Electronic Texts and Images

08/06/2009

A practical exploration of the research, preservation, editing, and pedagogical uses of electronic texts and images in the humanities. The course will center around the creation of a set of archival-quality etexts and digital images, for which we shall also create an Encoded Archival Description guide. [read more...]

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