[Humanist] 27.466 pubs: Literary & Linguistic Computing 28.4

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        Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2013 16:56:27 +0100
        From: Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk>
        Subject: LLC 28.4

Literary and Linguistic Computing
Special Issue
Digital Humanities 2012: Digital Diversity: Cultures,
Languages and Methods
Vol. 28, No. 4
December 2013
http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/content/28/4?etoc

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   Introduction
   Paul Spence, Susan Brown, and Jan Christoph Meister
   pp. 491-492

   Developing a New Integrated Editing Platform for Source Documents in
   Classics
   Bridget Almas and Marie-Claire Beaulieu
   pp. 493-503

   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
   pp. 504-521

   Linked data driven multilingual access to diverse Japanese Ukiyo-e
   databases by generating links dynamically
   Biligsaikhan Batjargal, Takeo Kuyama, Fuminori Kimura, and Akira Maeda
   pp. 522-530

   DeRiK: A German reference corpus of computer-mediated communication
   Michael Beißwenger, Maria Ermakova, Alexander Geyken, Lothar Lemnitzer,
   and Angelika Storrer
   pp. 531-537

   Networks of networks: a citation network analysis of the adoption, use,
   and adaptation of formal network techniques in archaeology
   Tom Brughmans
   pp. 538-562

   Automatic recognition of speech, thought, and writing representation in
   German narrative texts
   Annelen Brunner
   pp. 563-575

   A data-centred ‘virtual laboratory’ for the humanities: Designing the
   Australian Humanities Networked Infrastructure (HuNI) service
   Toby Burrows
   pp. 576-581

   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
   pp. 582-602

   Mind your corpus: systematic errors in authorship attribution
   Maciej Eder
   pp. 603-614

   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
   pp. 615-628

   The myth of the new: Mass digitization, distant reading, and the future
   of the book
   Paul Gooding, Melissa Terras, and Claire Warwick
   pp. 629-639

   Pundit: augmenting web contents with semantics
   Marco Grassi, Christian Morbidoni, Michele Nucci, Simone Fonda, and
   Francesco Piazza
   pp. 640-659

   Complex network perspective on graphic form system of Hanzi
   Jiajia Hu and Ning Wang
   pp. 660-667

   Using the Google N-Gram corpus to measure cultural complexity
   Patrick Juola
   pp. 668-675

   Investigating the relatedness of the endangered Dogon languages
   Steven Moran and Jelena Prokić
   pp. 676-691

   Geo-Temporal Interpretation of Archival Collections with Neatline
   Bethany Nowviskie, David McClure, Wayne Graham, Adam Soroka, Jeremy
   Boggs, and Eric Rochester
   pp. 692-699

   Sharing and debating Wittgenstein by using an ontology
   Alois Pichler and Amélie Zöllner-Weber
   pp. 700-707

   The stylistics and stylometry of collaborative translation: Woolf’s Night
   and Day in Polish
   Jan Rybicki and Magda Heydel
   pp. 708-717

   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
   pp. 718-735

   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
   pp. 736-753
-- 
Willard McCarty (www.mccarty.org.uk/), Professor, Department of Digital
Humanities, King's College London, and Research Group in Digital
Humanities, University of Western Sydney




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