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: Annotating Image Archives To Support Literary Research

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A workshop organized by Omer Rana, University of Cardiff.

The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers within literary studies (particularly those focusing on nineteenth-century literature and illustrations), and members of the computer science community focusing on Semantic Web and CBIR technologies: [read more...]

event: Corpus Approaches to the Language of Literature

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Organized and run by Martin Wynne, Oxford Text Archive, Oxford University.

The workshop aimed to disseminate advanced methods in linguistic analysis using linguistic corpora to researchers in literary studies. [read more...]

event: Development of Skills in Advanced Text Encoding with TEI P5

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Organized by Lou Burnard, James Cummings and Sebastian Rahtz for the TEI at the Oxford University Computer Services, under the auspices of the Research Technologies Service. [read more...]

event: TEI@20: 20 Years of Supporting the Digital Humanities

01/11/2007 08:00
03/11/2007 17:00

Three days of invited speakers, panels, presentations, poster sessions, software and tools demonstrations, special interest group meetings, plus the TEI business meeting and elections. There will also be one day of pre-meeting workshops.

University of Maryland Libraries, University of Maryland, College Park, just outside of Washington, D.C. [read more...]

event: Can computers ever read ancient texts?

03/08/2007 16:30
03/08/2007 18:30

Digital Classicist/ICS Work in Progress Seminar, Summer 2007 - Melissa Terras (University College London) [read more...]

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