[Humanist] 26.427 Literary & Linguistic Computing 27.4

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Literary and Linguistic Computing 
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Vol 27, December 2012

Original Articles

	Improving record matching in imprecise and uncertain datasets
	David Croft

	The secret life of scribes. Exploring fifteen manuscripts of Jacob van 
	Maerlant's Scolastica (1271)
	Karina van Dalen-Oskam

	Goldsmith's contributions to the 'Critical Review': a supplement
	Peter Dixon and David Mannion

	Experiments in 17th century English: manual versus automatic conceptual 
	Stephen Pumfrey, Paul Rayson, and John Mariani

	Who wrote Bacon? Assessing the respective roles of Francis Bacon and his 
	secretaries in the production of his English works
	Noel B. Reynolds, G. Bruce Schaalje, and John L. Hilton, (deceased)

	Author discrimination between the Holy Quran and Prophet's statements
	Halim Sayoud

	Toward modeling the social edition: An approach to understanding the 
	electronic scholarly edition in the context of new and emerging social 
	Ray Siemens, Meagan Timney, Cara Leitch, Corina Koolen, Alex Garnett, and 
	with the ETCL, INKE, and PKP Research Groups


	Linguistic Modeling of Information and Markup Languages, Contributions to 
	Language Technology. Andreas Witt and Dieter Metzing (eds).
	Piotr Banski

	Visual Interface Design for Digital Cultural Heritage. A Guide to 
	Rich-Prospect Browsing. Stan Ruecker, Milena Radzikowska, and Stefan 
	Sinclair (eds).
	Jeremy Boggs

	Logic of Analog and Digital Machines. Paolo Rocchi.
	John Bradley

	The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the future of humanities scholarship. * D.
	J. Bodenhamer, J. Corrigan and T. M. Harris (eds).
	Stuart. E. Dunn

	E-lexicography. The Internet, Digital Initiatives and Lexicography. Pedro 
	A. Fuertes-Olivera, Henning Bergenholtz (eds).
	Hennie van der Vliet

	Corpus Stylistics in Principles and Practice. A Stylistic Exploration of 
	John Fowles' The Magus. Yufang Ho.
	Martin Wynne

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