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YearSession namePeople involvedProject nameTypeURLStatusAccesible online?NotesForelifeAfterlife
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2005Designing Culture: A Work of the Technological ImaginationAnne Balsamo PaperBecame book
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2005Measuring the Usefulness of Function Words for Authorship AttributionShlomo Argamon, Shlomo LevitanPaperPapers and books
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2005User Generated Metadata: Creating Personalized Web ExperiencesMichael Fegan, Bill Hart-Davidson, Joy Palmer, Dean RehbergerMediaMatrixProjectn/aUnknownNoFegan developed MediaMatrix with Mark Kornbluh and others, but died at 37 in 2007 of a stroke.
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2005Historical Lexicons in Medieval and Early Modern English and FrenchAnne Lancashire, Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Brian MerrileesMayors and Sheriffs of LondonProjecthttp://masl.library.utoronto.ca/FinishedYesLanchashire developed Mayors and Sheriffs of London
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2005A la Carte Schema: A Case Study Comparison of the Application of DTDs and XML Schema to the Carte Calendar Project TemplateIngrid Daneker, Claire Warwick
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2005A Revolutionary Approach to Humanities Computing?: Tools Development and the D2K Data-Mining FrameworkJ. Stephen Downie, John Unsworth, Bei Yu, David Tcheng, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stephen J. RamsayTool (reuse)FinishedYesCreated by Automated Learning Group (ALG) and used in humanities projects(Created by ALG) D2K (Data to Knowledge) is a rapid, flexible data mining and machine learning system that integrates analytical data mining methods for prediction, discovery, and deviation detection, with data and information visualization tools. ... Some examples of D2K's applications include Larry Schook with discovering genetic susceptibility to infectious diseases, Harris Lewin with the development of Evolution Highway for comparative genomics, John Unsworth with text analysis of literary data, Tanya Gallagher with data modeling and text analysis of Social Security Administration data, and the Office of Naval Research with large-scale streaming text analysis. —http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/Conferences/IDI/abstracts.htmlNORA (Unsworth), TAPoR (Rockwell), Tamarind (Downie), M2K (Downie)
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2005An Examination of the Authorship Attributions of Two Major Roman AuthorsLyman W. Gurney, Penelope J. Gurney
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2005Academic Libraries and Information Communities: New Models for Supporting Digital ScholarshipChristine Ruotolo
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2005Delta, Delta Prime, and Modern American Poetry: Authorship Attribution Theory and MethodDavid Hoover
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2005Early Modern Literary Studies: Preparing for the Long RunMatthew Steggle
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2005Story Generators: Models and Approaches for the Generation of Literary ArtefactsBirte Lönneker, Jan Christoph Meister, Pablo Gervás, Federico Peinado, Michael Mateas
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2005Hybrid Cyber-Librarians: The CLIR Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Scholarly Information Resources for HumanistsAmanda French, John Unsworth, Susan Nutter, Sarah Michalak, Patricia Hswe, Daphnee Rentfrow
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2005The Non-Traditional Case for the Authorship of the Twelve Disputed "Federalist" Papers: A Monument Built on Sand?Joseph Rudman
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2005Human Computing: Modelling with MeaningWillard McCarty, Meurig Beynon, Steve Russ
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2005Modelling Complex Multimedia Relationships in the Humanities Computing Context: Are Dublin Core and FRBR up to the Task?J. Stephen Downie, Allen Renear, Adam Mathes, Karen Medina, David Dubin, Jin Ha Lee
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2005Mining the Differences between Penninc and VostaertKarina van Dalen-Oskam, Joris van Zundert
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2005Creating an Archives Management System at the University of Maryland LibrariesJennie A. Levine, Amit Kumar, Susan Schreibman, Jennifer Evans
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2005Learning Objects in Humanities EducationTerry Butler, Catherine Caws, Norm Friesen, Scott Leslie, Griff Richards, Ray Siemens
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2005Playing Many Parts: Models of Collaboration in an Electronic EditionMichael Best, Jessica Slights, Peter van Hardenberg, Wendy Huot, Alan Galey
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2005In Search of Humanities Computing in Teaching, Learning and ResearchMartyn Jessop
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2005Using Ancillary Text to Index Web-Based Multimedia ObjectsLyne Da Sylva, James Turner
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2005Concurrent Markup Hierarchies: a Computer Science ApproachIonut Emil Iacob, Alex Dekhtyar
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2005Integrating a Massive Digital Video Archive into Humanities Teaching and ResearchLisa Spiro, Diane Butler, Chris Pound
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2005Towards an Automatic Index Generation ToolPatrick Juola
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2005Una Herramienta de Recuperaci√≥n Morfoléxica Aplicada a Microsoft WordOctavio Santana Suárez, Zen√≥n Hernández Figueroa, Gustavo Rodríguez Rodríguez, Luis Losada García
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2005Play and Code in Humanist ResearchVika Zafrin
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2005Mysteries in Time and Space: Historical ComputingJohn Lutz, Patrick Dunae, John Bonnett
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2005L'Autoguidage: une Approche pour le Perfectionnement du Français Écrit en Milieu MinoritaireSylvain Rheault
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2005A Declarative Framework for Modeling Pronunciation and RhymeDavid Dubin, David J. Birnbaum
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2005From Text to Topics — Zigzagging Towards the Knowledgebase of Tang CivilizationChristian Wittern
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2005An Encoding Model for Librettos: the Opera Liber DTDElena Pierazzo
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2005Callimachus: A Virtual Archivist for Electronic Markup ProjectsJeff Smith, Joel Deshaye, Peter StoicheffFrameworkUnknownNo
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2005Interface DesignStan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, Stephen Ramsay, Milena Radzikowska, Alan Galey
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2005Profiling Stylistic Variations in Dickens and Smollett through Correspondence Analysis of Low Frequency WordsTomoji Tabata
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2005El Trabajo Final de Carrera en Filología: Perspectivas Hacia un Nuevo HorizonteIsabel Clara Moll Soldevila, Laura Borràs, Roger Canadell
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2005Using Markup for Multivariate Analyses in the Prosopographical Study "Formation for the Public Sphere"Monica Langerth Zetterman
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2005English Usage Comparison between Native and non-Native English Speakers in Academic WritingBei Yu, Qiaozhu Mei, Chengxiang Zhai
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2005La Docencia de la Creación Digital Emergente: La Literatura ElectrónicaJoan-Elies Adell
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2005Databases and Prosopographies:The Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England (PASE) a Case StudyHafed Walda, Alex BurghartDatabasehttp://www.pase.ac.uk/index.htmlFinishedYesActively updated 2000–2010
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2005The Edition Production Technology (EPT) and the ARCHway and Electronic Boethius ProjectsKevin Kiernan, Dorothy Porter, Alex Dekhtyar, Ionut Emil Iacob, Jerzy W. Jaromczyk, Neil MooreEditionhttp://beowulf.engl.uky.edu/~kiernan/eBoethius/inlad.htmUnknownNo"image-based electronic edition"Based on Electronic Beowulf
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2005Developing the Humanities HyperMedia Centre @ Acadia UniversityRichard Cunningham, David Duke, John Eustace, Anna Galway, Erin PattersonCenterhttp://hhc.acadiau.ca/1106/index.htmFinishedYesActive 2005-2006
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2005Clotel: An Electronic Scholarly EditionMatthew GibsonEditionhttp://documentscompass.org/digital_editions/clotel-an-electronic-scholarly-edition/FinishedRestricted
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2005National Support for Humanities Computing: Different Achievements, Needs and ProspectsDavid Robey, John Unsworth, Geoffrey Rockwell
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2005DocScapes: Visualizing Document Structures with SVGHugh CaylessToolnoneUnknownNoTEI to SVG
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2005Visual Knowledge: Textual Iconography of the Quixote, a Hypertextual ArchiveEduardo Urbina, Richard Furuta, Steven Escar SmithArchivehttp://dqi.tamu.edu/pres.htmlFinishedYesWork done 2001-2009
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2005An Encoding Model for Librettos: the Opera Liber DTDElena PierazzoToolnoneUnknownNo
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2005TAPoR: Five views through a text analysis portal (COCH/COSH Allied Association Session)Geoffrey Rockwell, Stéfan Sinclair, James ChartrandProjecthttp://portal.tapor.ca/portal/portalOngoingYesTapor 2.0
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2005A Pilot Study for a Navajo TextbaseKip CanfieldProjectnoneUnknownNoCanfield worked on this 1996-2008. Not sure what came of his projects though
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2005The Canadian Century Research Infrastructure Project and Computing in the HumanitiesChad Gaffield, Marc St-Hilaire, Claude Bellavance, Gordon Darroch, Peter Baskervillehttp://www.canada.uottawa.ca/ccri/CCRI/Project.htmlFinishedYesActive 2005-2008. Links several projects.
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2005Text Modeling and Visualization with Network GraphsAaron Coburn
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2005Multicultural Issues on the TEI's Horizon: the Case of Tibetan TextsLinda E. Patrik
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2005Animated Dynamic HighlightingBill Janssen, Olga Gurevich, Lauri Karttunen
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2005Letters and Lacunae: Editing an Electronic Scholarly Edition of CorrespondenceSusan Schreibman, Gretchen Gueguen, Amit Kumar, Ann Saddlemyer
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2005Representation of Meaning: a Graphical and Interactive ApproachGary Shawver, Oliver Kennedy
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2005HyperJournalMichele Barbera, Nicolò D'Ercole
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2005Semantic Context Visualization to Promote Vocabulary LearningCaroline Barrière, Claude St-Jacques
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2005Understanding Poetry Online: an Internet Application for TeachingJonathan Blake
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2005La Imaginaci√≥n al Servicio de la Educaci√≥n': un Ejemplo de Work in ProgressLaura Borràs, Isabel Clara Moll Soldevila, Roger Canadell
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2005DeMeCoT, The Delftse Methode Conversation TrainerAmal Chatterjee, Piet Meijer
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2005The Delta SpreadsheetDavid Hoover
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2005Edition Production Technology: an Eclipse-Based Platform for Building Image-Based Electronic EditionsIonut Emil Iacob, Kevin Kiernan, Alex Dekhtyar
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2005The ARCHway Software Infrastructure: a Demo of a Platform and Utilities for Building Applications for Electronic EditionsJerzy W. Jaromczyk, Neil Moore
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2005Are Targeted User-Centred Interfaces the Key to Facilitating the Conversion of the Traditional Non-User to a User of Archives?Andrea Johnson
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2005A Prototype for Authorship Attribution SoftwarePatrick Juola
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2005Markup of Educational ContentMonica Langerth Zetterman
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2005Classifying the ChimeraFederico Meschini
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2005The Computed Synoptic Table —Tele-Synopsis for Biblical ResearchMaki Miyake, Hiroyuki Akama, Masanori Nakagawa, Nobuyasu Makoshi
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2005The LICHEN Project: The LInguistic and Cultural Heritage Electronic NetworkLisa Lena Opas-Hanninen, Jean Anderson, Ilkka Juuso, Tapio Seppänen
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2005The Robert Graves Diary (1935-39): a TEI Application using an XML Database (eXist)Chris Petter, Elizabeth Grove-White, Linda Roberts, Spencer Rose, Jessica Posgate
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2005SVG Visualization of TEI TextsWendell Piez
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2005The Virtual Lightbox for Museums and Archives: A Distributed Solution for Structured Data Reuse Across Multiple Visual ResourcesAmy Smith, Brian Fuchs, Leif Isaksen
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2005The MetaMap, an Online Tool for Learning about MetadataJames Turner
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2005The Abraham Lincoln Historical Digitization Project, the World Wide Web, and the Public HumanitiesDrew VandeCreek
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2005User Centred Interactive Search: a Study of Humanities Researchers in a Digital Library EnvironmentClaire Warwick, Ann Blandford, George Buchanan
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2005Annotating Electronic Texts of ShakespearePhilip Weller
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2005Texttechnologie in der Universitären LehreAndreas Witt, Dieter Metzing
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2005The Online Nahuatl Dictionary: A Model for Interdisciplinary Multicultural CollaborationStephanie Wood, Judith Musick, William Henderson
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2005Reaching Out: What do Scholars Want from Electronic Resources?Shawn Martin
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2005Improving Access to Encoded Primary TextsTerry Butler
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2005Automatic Discovery of NLP Resources on the WebViktor Pekar, Richard Evans
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2005METS in Action: Standardization and Interoperability in the Digital LibraryRichard Gartner, Rick Beaubian, Jerome McDonough, Susan Dahl, Brian Tingle
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2005The Walt Whitman Archive: Archivist-Scholar Collaboration in Description and RepresentationKenneth Price, Katherine Walter, Terence Catapano, Daniel Pitti
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2005A Digital Environment for Neolatin StudiesRoss Scaife, Andrew Gollan, William du Cassé, Jennifer Nelson
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2005Words as Data? Estimating the Fiscal Conservativeness of Provincial Premiers Using the Wordscore Procedure of Content AnalysisAndré S. Gosciniak
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2005Spanish Morphosyntactic DisambiguatorOctavio Santana Suárez, José Rafael Pérez Aguiar, Luis Javier Losada García, Francisco Javier Carreras Riudavets
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2005Finalizing the Multiple-Text Electronic King Lear for Use in the ClassroomStephanie F. Thomas
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2005Reading Potential: The Oulipo and the Meaning of AlgorithmsMark Wolff
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2005Modeling Diachrony in DictionariesSusanne Salmon-Alt, Laurent Romary, Buchi Eva
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2005Gottlob Frege's Grundgesetze der Arithmetik: Computational Linguistics Meets the Founder of LogicismFelicitas Haas, Bernhard Schröder
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2005Laying that Damned Book Aside? Evaluating the Digital Doctor FaustusTanya Clement
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2005Cardplay, a New Textual InstrumentDavid Durand, Noah Wardrip-Fruin
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2005The Blackwell Companion to Digital Humanities: a Roundtable DiscussionSusan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, John Unsworth, Willard McCarty, Martha Nell Smith, Geoffrey Rockwell, Abby Smith, Claire Warwick, Perry Willett
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2005Keyword Extraction in Information RetrievalHarold Short, Marilyn Deegan, Laszlo Hunyadi, Paul Baker, Dawn Archer, Tony McEnery
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2005Heraldic Applications of Computational Linguistics, Computational Geometry and Image ProcessingMichael McKeag
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2005The e-Laborate Project and the Usability of Another Textual ParadigmJoris van Zundert, Karina van Dalen-Oskam
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2005Temas de Literatura Universal: Usos y Aplicaciones del Hipertexto Pedag√≥gicoRoger Canadell, Laura Borràs, Isabel Clara Moll Soldevila
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2005Exploring the Use of Term Proximity in Collocate-Ranking for Query ExpansionYing Wang, Olga Vechtomova
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2005Approaches to Searching for Language and Diversity in a 'Whitebread City' Digital Corpus: The Charlotte Conversation and Narrative CollectionStephen Westman, Boyd Davis
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2005An Examination of the Rhetorics of Digital Scholarship and the Emerging Digital MonographElli Mylonas
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