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CLARIN at DH2016

There will be a number of people who are involved in building or using CLARIN resources at the annual conference of the Digital Humanities, to be held 11-16 July 2016 in Kraków. Below is a snapshot of some of the workshops and papers with which they are involved.

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  • Audiovisual Data And Digital Scholarship: Towards Multimodal Literacy, Tuesday, 12th July 2016: 9:30am - 4:00pm
  • RDA/ADHO Workshop: Evaluating Research Data Infrastructure Components and Engaging in their Development,
    Tuesday, 12th July 2016: 9:30am - 4:00pm
  • Where Close and Distant Readings Meet: Text Clustering Methods in Literary Analysis of Weblog Genres,
    Maciej Maryl, Maciej Piasecki, Ksenia Młynarczyk

Papers and Posters

  • correspSearch - A Web Service to Connect Diverse Scholarly Editions of Letters, Stefan Dumont, Wednesday 12:00, MASB (C12)
  • Taalportaal: A New Tool For Linguistic Research, Ton van der Wouden, Wednesday 12:30, MASB (C12)
  • REDEN ONLINE: Disambiguation, linking and visualisation of references in TEI digital editions
    , Francesca Frontini, Carmen Brando, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Wednesday 15:30, MADB (A12)
  • When DH Meets Law: Problems, Solutions, Perspectives, Andreas Witt, Paweł Kamocki, Thursday 9:30, MSK (C22)
  • Topical Diversification Over Time In The Royal Society Corpus, Peter Fankhauser, Jörg Knappen, Elke Teich, Thursday 9:30, MSS (A51)
  • Linguistic Variation In The Hebrew Bible: Digging Deeper Than The Word Level, Martijn Naaijer, Dirk Roorda, Thursday 14:30, MSWB (A62)
  • Bringing Migration Data Into Context Using Digital Computational Methods, Ronald Haentjens Dekker, Rik Hoekstra, Marijke van Faassen, Friday 12:00, MSK (B93)
  • Digital Folkloristics: the Use of Computational Methods in Revealing the Characteristics of Folkloric Communication, Mari Sarv, Liisi Laineste, Greta Franzini, Emily Franzini, Kati Kallio, Risto Järv, Friday 14:30, CC (B94)
  • Digitale Tools und Methoden für die geisteswissenschaftliche Forschung praxisnah erklärt: Ein neues Format im Test, Tanja Wissik, Claudia Resch, Friday 14:30, MSS (D23)
  • Flexible Community-driven Metadata with the Component Metadata Infrastructure, Menzo Windhouwer, Twan Goosen, Jozef Misutka, Dieter Van Uytvanck, Daan Broeder, Friday 15:30, MASA (C17)
  • WebSty – an Open Web-based System for Exploring Stylometric Structures in Document Collections
    , Maciej Piasecki, Tomasz Walkowiak, Maciej Eder, Poster Booth 041
  • Diachronic Semantic Lexicon of Dutch (Diachroon semantisch lexicon van de Nederlandse Taal; DiaMaNT), Katrien A. C. Depuydt, Poster Booth 056
  • Discursive Constructions Of Culture: A Semantic Model For Historical Travel Guides, Ulrike Czeitschner, Poster Booth 059
  • 1 Million Dutch Newspaper Images available for researchers: The KBK-1M Dataset, Martijn Kleppe, Elliott Desmond, Poster Booth 066
  • The Royal Society Corpus: Towards a high-quality corpus for studying diachronic variation in scientific writing, Hannah Kermes, Stefania Degaetano-Ortlieb, Ashraf Khamis, Jörg Knappen, Elke Teich, Poster Booth 010
  • eComparatio - Editionsvergleich, Charlotte Schubert, Friedrich Meins, Oliver Bräckel, Hannes Kahl, Poster Booth 005
  • Interoperability: a new horizon for data sharing in Humanities and Social Sciences. The input of three digital services developed by Huma-Num, , Olivier Baude, Adeline Joffres, Nicolas Larrousse, Stéphane Pouyllau, Poster Booth 133
  • Digital Resources and Research Data in the Digital Humanities: The Digital Knowledge Store at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Marco Jürgens, Sascha Grabsch, Poster Booth 129