Formal representation and the digital humanities /

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Imprint:Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018.
Description:x, 259 pages ; 22 cm
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Cotticelli-Kurras, Paola, editor.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • Palaeographic Database for the Anatolian Hieroglyphic Script 1.0
  • The Digital Philological-Etymological Dictionary of the Minor Ancient Anatolian Languages and its Contribution to the Advancement of Digital Online Encyclopaedias
  • The Linguistic Annotation of Fragmentary Texts: The Case of Hittite
  • Representing Meaning Change in Computational Lexical Resources: The Case of Shame and Embarrassment Tennis in Old English
  • On Sonority and Accent in Tocharian B
  • Morphology Beyond Inflection. Building a Word Formation Based Lexicon for Latin
  • Subjects, Topics and the Notion of Salience in Indo-European
  • Well, It Depends. Reflections on the Dependency Turn in Computational Linguistics
  • The Lexicon of the Neo-Hittite Royal Inscriptions as a Tool for the Analysis of Political Ideology in South-Eastern Anatolian States in the First Millennium B.C
  • Treetagger and Rftagger Parallel Training on Italian Asynchronous Cmc Data: Early Results and Future Challenge
  • Formal Syntax for Hittite? The Case of Subordinators
  • Annotation of Temporal Information on Historical Texts: A Small Corpus for a Big Challenge
  • HoDeL, a Dependency Lexicon for Homeric Greek: Issues and Perspectives
  • Generating Critical Transcriptions in Digital Editions using Character-Level Machine Translation