ToC: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (Volume 32 Issue suppl 1)

24 Jun 2017 (All day)

Editorial

Introduction

Edward Vanhoutte

Original Articles

Palimpsest: Improving assisted curation of loco-specific literature

Beatrice Alex; Claire Grover; Jon Oberlander; Tara Thomson; Miranda Anderson ...

Text mining War and Peace: Automatic extraction of character traits from literary pieces

Anastasia Bonch-Osmolovskaya; Daniil Skorinkin

Digital humanities is text heavy, visualization light, and simulation poor

Erik Malcolm Champion

Modelling in digital humanities: Signs in context

Arianna Ciula; Øyvind Eide

Traduco: A collaborative web-based CAT environment for the interpretation and translation of texts

Emiliano Giovannetti; Davide Albanesi; Andrea Bellandi; Giulia Benotto

Whatever happened to interchange?

Martin Holmes

‘Searching for My Lady’s Bonnet: discovering poetry in the National Library of Australia’s newspapers database’

Kerry Kilner; Kent Fitch

Renderings: Translating literary works in the digital age

Piotr Marecki; Nick Montfort

A digital corpus resource of authentic anonymized French text messages: 88milSMS—What about transcoding and linguistic annotation?

Rachel Panckhurst

Research through design and digital humanities in practice: What, how and who in an archive research project

Tom Schofield; Mitchell Whitelaw; David Kirk

Code, scholarship, and criticism: When is code scholarship and when is it not?

Joris J. van Zundert; Ronald Haentjens Dekker

The use of Gabor features for semi-automatically generated polyon-based ground truth of historical document images

Hao Wei; Mathias Seuret; Marcus Liwicki; Rolf Ingold

DivaServices—A RESTful web service for Document Image Analysis methods

Marcel Würsch; Rolf Ingold; Marcus Liwicki