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 David Bamman

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June 2012 JCDL '12: Proceedings of the 12th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital Libraries
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The surviving corpora of Greek and Latin are relatively compact but the shift from books and written objects to digitized texts has already challenged students of these languages to move away from books as organizing metaphors and to ask, instead, what do you do with a billion, or even a ...
Keywords: human learning

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April 2012 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH): Volume 5 Issue 1, April 2012
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With the rise of large open digitization projects such as the Internet Archive and Google Books, we are witnessing an explosive growth in the number of source texts becoming available to researchers in historical languages. The Internet Archive alone contains over 27,014 texts catalogued as Latin, including classical prose and ...

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June 2011 JCDL '11: Proceedings of the 11th annual international ACM/IEEE joint conference on Digital libraries
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We describe here a method for automatically identifying word sense variation in a dated collection of historical books in a large digital library. By leveraging a small set of known translation book pairs to induce a bilingual sense inventory and labeled training data for a WSD classifier, we are able ...
Keywords: word sense disambiguation, linguistic variation, digital libraries

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June 2010 JCDL '10: Proceedings of the 10th annual joint conference on Digital libraries
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We present here a method for automatically projecting structural information across translations, including canonical citation structure (such as chapters and sections), speaker information, quotations, markup for people and places, and any other element in TEI-compliant XML that delimits spans of text that are linguistically symmetrical in two languages. We evaluate ...
Keywords: knowledge transfer, annotation projection, multilingual alignment

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September 2009 ECDL'09: Proceedings of the 13th European conference on Research and advanced technology for digital libraries
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This paper describes a work-flow designed to populate a digital library of ancient Greek critical editions with highly accurate OCR scanned text. While the most recently available OCR engines are now able after suitable training to deal with the polytonic Greek fonts used in 19th and 20th century editions, further ...

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June 2008 JCDL '08: Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries
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We describe here in detail our work toward creating a dynamic lexicon from the texts in a large digital library. By leveraging a small structured knowledge source (a 30,457 word treebank), we are able to extract selectional preferences for words from a 3.5 million word Latin corpus. This is promising ...
Keywords: digital libraries, lexicography, syntactic parsing

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October 2007 International Journal on Digital Libraries: Volume 7 Issue 1, October 2007
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Humanists face problems that are comparable to their colleagues in the sciences. Like scientists, humanists have electronic sources and datasets that are too large for traditional labor intensive analysis. They also need to work with materials that presuppose more background knowledge than any one researcher can master: no one can, ...
Keywords: eScience, Cyberinfrastructure

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October 2007 International Journal on Digital Libraries: Volume 7 Issue 1-2, October 2007
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Humanists face problems that are comparable to their colleagues in the sciences. Like scientists, humanists have electronic sources and datasets that are too large for traditional labor intensive analysis. They also need to work with materials that presuppose more background knowledge than any one researcher can master: no one can, ...
Keywords: Cyberinfrastructure, eScience

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September 2007 ECDL'07: Proceedings of the 11th European conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries
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Well-established instruments such as authority files and a growing set of data structures such as CIDOC CRM, FRBRoo, and MODS provide the foundation for emerging, new digital services. While solid, these instruments alone neither capture the essential data on which traditional scholarship depends nor enable the services which we can ...

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September 2006 ECDL'06: Proceedings of the 10th European conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries
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This paper describes several incunabular assumptions that impose upon early digital libraries the limitations drawn from print, and argues for a design strategy aimed at providing customization and personalization services that go beyond the limiting models of print distribution, based on services and experiments developed for the Greco-Roman collections in ...



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