Literary and Linguistic Computing: Digital Humanities 2011 (Vol. 28, No. 2, June 2013)

21 May 2013 (All day)

Literary and Linguistic Computing
Special Issue
Digital Humanities 2011: Big Tent Digital
Humanities
Vol. 28, No. 2
June 2013
http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/28/2?etoc
 

 

  Introduction

 
   Introduction
   Katherine Walter
   189
   http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/28/2/189.extract.html?etoc

 

  Original Articles

   The text-image-link-editor: A tool for linking facsimiles and transcriptions, and image annotations
   Yahya Ahmed Ali Al-Hajj and Marc Wilhelm Küster
   190-198
   http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/28/2/190.abstract.html?etoc

   Challenging new views on familiar plotlines: A discussion of the use of XML in the development of a scholarly tool for literary     pedagogy
   Monica Brown, Teresa Dobson, Dustin Grue, and Stan Ruecker
   199-208

   On the term ‘text’ in digital humanities
   Paul Caton
   209-220

   The Tesserae Project: intertextual analysis of Latin poetry
   Neil Coffee, Jean-Pierre Koenig, Shakthi Poornima, Christopher W.
   Forstall, Roelant Ossewaarde, and Sarah L. Jacobson
   221-228

   Do birds of a feather really flock together, or how to choose training samples for authorship attribution
   Maciej Eder and Jan Rybicki
   229-236

   Reading practices and digital experiences: An investigation into secondary students’ reading practices and XML-markup experiences of fiction
   Dustin Grue, Teresa M. Dobson, and Monica Brown
   237-248

   Documenting horizons of interpretation in philosophy
   Ernesto Priani Saisó, Leticia Flores Farfán, Isabel Galina, Rafael Gómez, Choreno, and Marat Ocampo Gutiérrez de Velasco
   249-256

   Discovering land transaction relations from land deeds of Taiwan
   Shih-Pei Chen, Yu-Ming Huang, Jieh Hsiang, Hsieh-Chang Tu, Hou-Ieong Ho, and Ping-Yen Chen
   257-270

   Visualization of relationships among historical persons from Japanese historical documents
   Fuminori Kimura, Takahiko Osaki, Taro Tezuka, and Akira Maeda
   271-278

   Omeka in the classroom: The challenges of teaching material culture in a digital world
   Allison C. Marsh
   279-282

   Supporting exploratory text analysis in literature study
   Aditi Muralidharan and Marti A. Hearst
   283-295

   Towards a digital research environment for Buddhist studies
   Kiyonori Nagasaki, Toru Tomabechi, and Masahiro Shimoda
   296-300

   Interactive layout analysis, content extraction, and transcription of historical printed books using Pattern Redundancy Analysis
   Jean-Yves Ramel, Nicolas Sidère, and Frédéric Rayar
   301-314

   Automatic extraction of catalog data from digital images of historical manuscripts
   Roni Shweka, Yaacov Choueka, Lior Wolf, and Nachum Dershowitz
   315-330

   A trip around the world: Accommodating geographical, linguistic and cultural diversity in academic research teams
   Lynne Siemens and Elisabeth Burr
   331-343

   Layer on layer. ‘Computational archaeology’ in 15th-century Middle Dutch historiography
   Rombert J. Stapel
   344-358

   Names in novels: An experiment in computational stylistics
   Karina van Dalen-Oskam
   359-370