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Journal Title: Literary and Linguistic Computing (LLC)
Volume/Issue:   28/4
Issue Title: Digital Humanities 2012: Digital Diversity: Cultures, Languages and Methods
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: Special Issue ‘Digital Humanities 2012: Digital Diversity: Cultures, Languages and Methods’

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Introduction
Paul Spence, Susan Brown, and Jan Christoph Meister

Developing a New Integrated Editing Platform for Source Documents in Classics
Bridget Almas and Marie-Claire Beaulieu

Beyond the tree of texts: Building an empirical model of scribal variation through graph analysis of texts and stemmata
Tara L. Andrews and Caroline Macé

Linked data driven multilingual access to diverse Japanese Ukiyo-e databases by generating links dynamically
Biligsaikhan Batjargal, Takeo Kuyama, Fuminori Kimura, and Akira Maeda

DeRiK: A German reference corpus of computer-mediated communication
Michael Beißwenger, Maria Ermakova, Alexander Geyken, Lothar Lemnitzer, and Angelika Storrer

Networks of networks: a citation network analysis of the adoption, use, and adaptation of formal network techniques in archaeology
Tom Brughmans

Automatic recognition of speech, thought, and writing representation in German narrative texts
Annelen Brunner

A data-centred ‘virtual laboratory’ for the humanities: Designing the Australian Humanities Networked Infrastructure (HuNI) service
Toby Burrows

Distant Listening to Gertrude Stein’s ‘Melanctha’: Using Similarity Analysis in a Discovery Paradigm to Analyze Prosody and Author Influence
Tanya Clement, David Tcheng, Loretta Auvil, Boris Capitanu, and Joao Barbosa

Mind your corpus: systematic errors in authorship attribution
Maciej Eder

Visual workflow interfaces for editorial processes
Luciano Frizzera, Milena Radzikowska, Geoff Roeder, Ernesto Peña, Teresa Dobson, Stan Ruecker, Geoffrey Rockwell, Susan Brown, and The INKE Research Group

The myth of the new: Mass digitization, distant reading, and the future of the book
Paul Gooding, Melissa Terras, and Claire Warwick

Pundit: augmenting web contents with semantics
Marco Grassi, Christian Morbidoni, Michele Nucci, Simone Fonda, and Francesco Piazza

Complex network perspective on graphic form system of Hanzi
Jiajia Hu and Ning Wang

Using the Google N-Gram corpus to measure cultural complexity
Patrick Juola

Investigating the relatedness of the endangered Dogon languages
Steven Moran and Jelena Prokić

Geo-Temporal Interpretation of Archival Collections with Neatline
Bethany Nowviskie, David McClure, Wayne Graham, Adam Soroka, Jeremy Boggs, and Eric Rochester

Sharing and debating Wittgenstein by using an ontology
Alois Pichler and Amélie Zöllner-Weber

The stylistics and stylometry of collaborative translation: Woolf’s Night and Day in Polish
Jan Rybicki and Magda Heydel

Towards a digital geography of Hispanic Baroque art
Juan Luis Suárez, Fernando Sancho-Caparrini, Elika Ortega, Javier de la Rosa, Natalia Caldas, and David Brown

The MayaArch3D project: A 3D WebGIS for analyzing ancient architecture and landscapes
Jennifer von Schwerin, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Fabio Remondino, Giorgio Agugiaro, and Gabrio Girardi
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Translation
Writing Systems
Ling & Literature
Genetic Classification
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
English
German
Greek, Ancient
Japanese
Latin
Polish
Language Family(ies): Dogon
 
LL Issue: 24.4535