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  2. Nancy M. Ide, Computers and the Humanities 33:4 (1999)

Message 1: Computers and the Humanities 33:3 (1999)

Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 19:02:03 -0500 (EST)
From: Nancy M. Ide <idecs.vassar.edu>
Subject: Computers and the Humanities 33:3 (1999)



 COMPUTERS AND THE HUMANITIES
 Volume 33 No. 3 1999

 Table of Contents
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FEATURE ARTICLES
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 Elementary Dependency Trees for Identifying Corpus-Specific 
 Semantic Classes
 B. Habert, C. Fabre
 pp. 207-219

 Contrast and Change in the Idiolects of Ben Jonson
 Characters
 Hugh Craig
 pp. 221-240


NOTES AND DISCUSSION
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 The User-Oriented Bengali Easy Orthography
 S.M. Babulanam, K.F. Beena
 pp. 241-245

 Annotating The Satanic Verses: An Example of Internet
 Research and Publication
 Paul Brians
 pp. 247-264

 Text Indexation with INTEX
 Max Silberztein
 pp. 265-280


BOOK REVIEWS
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 Colorado Castellary, Arturo, Hipercultura Visual El reto
 hipermedia en el arte y la educacisn
 Antonio Cortijo Ocaqa
 pp. 281-282

 Irizarry, Estelle, Informatica y literatura. Analisis de 
 Textos hispanicos
 Antonio Cortijo Ocaqa
 pp. 282-283

 Michael R. Brent, Computational Approaches to Language
 Acquisition
 Dominique Estival
 pp. 284-287

 Branimir Boguraev and James Pustejovsky, Corpus
 Processing for Lexical Acquisition
 Dominique Estival
 pp. 287-290


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COMPUTERS AND THE HUMANITIES
 The Official Journal of The Association for Computers and the 
 Humanities

Editor-in-Chief:
 Nancy Ide, Dept. of Computer Science, Vassar College, USA


For subscriptions or information, consult the journal's WWW home page:

 http://kapis.www.wkap.nl/

Or contact:

 Vanessa Nijweide 
 Kluwer Academic Publishers
 Spuiboulevard 50
 P.O. Box 17
 3300 AA Dordrecht
 The Netherlands

 Phone: (+31) 78 639 22 64
 Fax: (+31) 78 639 22 54
 E-mail: vanessa.nijweidewkap.nl


Members of the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH)
receive a subscription to CHum at less than half the price of an
individual subscription. For information about ACH and a membership
application, consult http://www.ach.org/, or send email to
chuck_bushbyu.edu.

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Message 2: Computers and the Humanities 33:4 (1999)

Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 19:09:29 -0500 (EST)
From: Nancy M. Ide <idecs.vassar.edu>
Subject: Computers and the Humanities 33:4 (1999)


 COMPUTERS AND THE HUMANITIES
 Volume 33 No. 4 1999


 SPECIAL ISSUE

 on

 DIGITAL IMAGES



 Table of Contents
 -----------------


 Introduction to Special Topic Issue of Computers and the
 Humanities: "Digital Images"
 A.A. Goodrum, B.C. O'Connor, J.M. Turner
 pp. 291-292

 Access to Pictorial Material: A Review of Current Research
 and Future Prospects
 Corinne Jvrgensen
 pp. 293-318

 Managing Full-indexed Audiovisual Documents: A New
 Perspective for the Humanities
 Gwendal Auffret, Yannick Prii
 pp. 319-344

 No Longer a Shot in the Dark: Engineering a Robust 
 Environment for Film Study
 Bertrand Augst, Brian C. O'Connor
 pp. 345-363

 The Emergence of a Digital Cinema
 Roger B. Wyatt
 pp. 365-381

 Six Ways from Sunday: Approaches to Indexing Digital Text
 Images
 Scott J. Van Jacob
 pp. 383-407

 Attitudes of the Canadian Research Community toward
 Creating and Accessing Digitized Facsimile Collections of
 Historical Documents
 B. Burningham
 pp. 409-419

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COMPUTERS AND THE HUMANITIES
 The Official Journal of The Association for Computers and the 
 Humanities

Editor-in-Chief:
 Nancy Ide, Dept. of Computer Science, Vassar College, USA


For subscriptions or information, consult the journal's WWW home page:

 http://kapis.www.wkap.nl/

Or contact:

 Vanessa Nijweide 
 Kluwer Academic Publishers
 Spuiboulevard 50
 P.O. Box 17
 3300 AA Dordrecht
 The Netherlands

 Phone: (+31) 78 639 22 64
 Fax: (+31) 78 639 22 54
 E-mail: vanessa.nijweidewkap.nl


Members of the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH)
receive a subscription to CHum at less than half the price of an
individual subscription. For information about ACH and a membership
application, consult http://www.ach.org/, or send email to
chuck_bushbyu.edu.

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