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Publication years2012-2017
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June 2017 DATeCH2017: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Digital Access to Textual Cultural Heritage
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 0
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The amount of data in contemporary digital corpora is too large to be processed manually, which increases the necessity for computer linguistic tools in humanities. However, the processing of natural languages is a challenge for automatic tools, because languages are used heterogeneously. To process a text, often taggers are used ...
Keywords: Natural language processing, historical German data, reliability, diachronic texts

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February 2016 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH): Volume 9 Issue 1, February 2016
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 1
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We present an approach to shorten Ancient Greek sentences by using morpho-syntactic information attached to each word in a sentence. This work underpins the content of our eLearning application, AncientGeek, whose unique teaching technique draws from primary Greek sources. By applying a technique that skips the clausal dependents of a ...
Keywords: Primary source text, dependent, part of speech tags, morpho-syntactic annotation

September 2012 TPDL'12: Proceedings of the Second international conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Citation Count: 1

High precision text re-use detection allows humanists to discover where and how particular authors are quoted (e.g., the different sections of Plato's work that come in and out of vogue). This paper reports on on-going work to provide the high recall text re-use detection that humanists often demand. Using an ...
Keywords: athenaeus, historical text re-use, homer, hypertextuality

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