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Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing held at Tübingen, Germany on 27 July 2002

Minutes of the annual general meeting of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing held at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, on Wednesday 4th June 1997 at 20.30 hours

Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing held in Glasgow on 24 July 2000 at 13.20 hours

Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing held at New York University, on Friday 15 June at 13.00 hours

In the interest of fairness and accuracy, this article has been taken out of the online journal issue. References should not be made to this article as having appeared in Literary and Linguistic Computing.

Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing held at the University of Lajos Kossuth, Debrecen, Hungary, on Wednesday 8 July 1998 at 12.30 hours

Tree, Turf, Centre, Archipelago—or Wild Acre? Metaphors and Stories for Humanities Computing1 2 1 For Sinéad O'Sullivan. 2 This essay was originally delivered as a plenary address at ‘Computing Arts 2004’, Centre for Literary and Linguistic Computing, University of Newcastle, NSW Australia, www.newcastle.edu.au/centre/cllc/ca2004/. My thanks to the organizer, Professor Hugh Craig, for his many kindnesses and patience, to the anonymous reviewers who stimulated me to improve the first attempt and to John Burrows for advice on the connotations of words. All URLs have been verified as of 29 July 2005.

 

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Computers are used in the study of literature and language to perform operations such as counting, sorting, filing, and searching information. These simple functions can give a more accurate and ...

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