LINGUIST List 29.4103

Mon Oct 22 2018

TOC: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (DSH) Vol. 33, No. 3 (2018)

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Date: 19-Oct-2018
From: Alyssa Russell <Alyssa.Russelloup.com>
Subject: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (DSH) Vol. 33, No. 3 (2018)
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Journal Title: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (DSH)
Volume Number: 33
Issue Number: 3
Issue Date: 2018


Main Text:

Volume 33, Issue 3 of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities is available now at: http://bit.ly/2OvIS7r

The issue features:


‘Making such bargain’: Transcribe Bentham and the quality and cost-effectiveness of crowdsourced transcription
Tim Causer; Kris Grint; Anna-Maria Sichani; Melissa Terras
Pages 467-487

Correcting real-word spelling errors: A new hybrid approach
Seyed MohammadSadegh Dashti; Amid Khatibi Bardsiri; Vahid Khatibi Bardsiri
Pages 488-499

Stylometric analysis of Early Modern period English plays
Mark Eisen; Alejandro Ribeiro; Santiago Segarra; Gabriel Egan
Pages 500-528

Topic modelling characterization of Mudejar art based on document titles
Carlos Garcia-Zorita; Ana R Pacios
Pages 529-539

Evaluating multi-criteria Connection mechanisms: A new algorithm for browsing digital archives
Amy Larner Giroux; Connie Harper; R Paul Wiegand
Pages 540-547

Stylometry approaching Parnassus
Hartmut Ilsemann
Pages 548-556

At the crossroads of digital humanities and historical lexicography: The Middle Dutch ‘seemly play (abel spel) of Winter and Summer’ as a research case
Dirk C J Kinable
Pages 557-574

Spelling variation in historical text corpora: The case of early medieval documentary Latin
Timo Korkiakangas
Pages 575-591

Do language combinations affect translators’ stylistic visibility in translated texts?
Changsoo Lee
Pages 592-603

Visual meta-data in qualitative analysis
Anne K Luther
Pages 604-611

Toward a computational history of universities: Evaluating text mining methods for interdisciplinarity detection from PhD dissertation abstracts
Federico Nanni; Laura Dietz; Simone Paolo Ponzetto
Pages 612-620

An authorship analysis of the Jack the Ripper letters
Andrea Nini
Pages 621-636

Computer stylometry of C. S. Lewis’s The Dark Tower and related texts
Michael P Oakes
Pages 637-650

Mining and discovery of hidden relationships between software source codes and related textual documents
Amir Hossein Rasekh; Amir Hossein Arshia; Seyed Mostafa Fakhrahmad; Mohammad Hadi Sadreddini
Pages 651-684

Unsupervised identification of text reuse in early Chinese literature
Donald Sturgeon
Pages 670-684

What is Elena Ferrante? A comparative analysis of a secretive bestselling Italian writer
Arjuna Tuzzi; Michele A Cortelazzo
Pages 685-702


Browse the full issue at http://bit.ly/2OvIS7r


Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                            Discipline of Linguistics
                            Discourse Analysis
                            Ling & Literature
                            Syntax
                            Typology

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Old (och)
                            Dutch, Middle (dum)
                            English (eng)
                            Italian (ita)
                            Korean (kor)
                            Spanish (spa)


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