Vol 1, No 2 (2010)

2009 Chicago DHCS Colloquium

The 2009 DHCS Colloquium was held at the Illinois Institute of Technology from Nov. 14-16, 2009. For additional information and to view the full program of events, please visit http://dhcs2009.iit.edu/

Table of Contents

Paper Presentations

Who’s Who in Your Digital Collection: Developing a Tool for Name Disambiguation and Identity Resolution PDF
Carol Jean Godby, Patricia Hswe, Larry Jackson, Judith Klavans, Lev Ratinov, Dan Roth
Unsupervised Detection and Visualisation of Textual Reuse on Ancient Greek Texts PDF
Marco B, Annette Ge, Thomas Eckart, Gerhard Heyer
Features From Frequency: Authorship and Stylistic Analysis Using Repetitive Sound PDF
Christopher Forstall, Walter Scheirer
The Big See: Large Scale Visualization PDF
Geoffrey Rockwell, Garry Wong, Stan Ruecker, Megan Meredith-Lobay, St Sinclair

Poster and Demo Sessions

Addressing Subjectivity and Replicability in Thematic Classification of Literary Texts: Using Cluster Analysis to Derive Taxonomies of Thematic Concepts in the Thomas Hardy’s Prose Fiction PDF
A. A. Omar
Gearing Up: Visualizing Decision Support for Manufacturing PDF
Milena Radzikowska, Stan Ruecker, Walter F. Bischof, Michelle Annett, Fraser Forbes
Developing Web Interfaces to Spoken Language Data Collections PDF
Tyler Kendall
E-Carrel: An Environment for Collaborative Textual Scholarship PDF
Steven E. Jones, Peter Shillingsburg, George K. Thiruvathukal
Bringing It All Together: Integrating Text, Audio, Metadata, GIS, and Scholarly Criticism in a Holocaust Oral History Archive PDF
Eben English
Enhanced Reading of Travel Accounts with the SIMILE Exhibit Widget PDF
Le?on Robichaud, Catherine Martin

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