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Tue Apr 7 1998

TOC: Computers and the Humanities V. 30 No. 6

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  1. Nancy M. Ide, Computers and the Humanities V. 30 No. 6

Message 1: Computers and the Humanities V. 30 No. 6

Date: Wed, 7 Jan 98 11:58:35 EST
From: Nancy M. Ide <>
Subject: Computers and the Humanities V. 30 No. 6

 Volume 30 No. 6

The sixth number of Volume 30 (1996) of Computers and the Humanities
(CHum) has just been published by Kluwer Academic Press.

Of particular interest to readers of this list is an extensive survey
article on the treatment of punctuation in computational linguistics,
covering past and current approaches to the problem:

 Current Approaches to Punctuation in Computational Linguistics
 B. Say, V. Akman

Other articles in this issue:

 Machine Learning Applications in Anthropology: Automated Discovery
 over Kinship Structures
 Sally Jo Cunningham

 The Charrette Project: Manipulating Text and Image in an Electronic
 Archive of a Medieval Manuscript Tradition
 Gina L. Greco, Toby Paff, Peter W. Shoemaker

 Invalidation Reappraised
 Thomas Merriam

 The Enemy Within: Autocorrelation Bias in Content Analysis of
 Robert Hogenraad, Dean P. McKenzie, Colin Martindale

 Ten Desiderata for Computer-Assisted Language Learning Programs:
 The Example of ELSE
 John Robin Allen



Computers and the Humanities
 The Official Journal of The Association for Computers and the 

 Nancy Ide, Dept. of Computer Science, Vassar College, USA
 Daniel Greenstein, Executive, Arts and Humanities Data Services,
 King's College, UK

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 Dieke van Wijnen 
 Kluwer Academic Publishers
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 The Netherlands

 Phone: (+31) 78 639 22 64
 Fax: (+31) 78 639 22 54

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