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Authorial attribution and computational stylistics: if you can tell authors apart, have you learned anything about them?

H Craig.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

April 1999; p ublished online April 1999 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 0 words.

Within stylometrics, the disciplines of authorial attribution and descriptive stylistics hitherto have been pursued separately. The first has achieved mainstream status within literary...

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Authorship attribution, constructed languages, and the psycholinguistics of individual variation

Patrick Juola.

in Digital Scholarship in the Humanities

June 2018; p ublished online September 2017 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 4821 words.

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‘Authorship attribution’, the problem of determining the author (or the author's attributes, such as gender, age, native language, or other...

Authorship Attribution of the Scriptores Historiae Augustae

PENELOPE J. GURNEY and LYMAN W. GURNEY.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

September 1998; p ublished online September 1998 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 0 words.

This paper describes attempts that have been made over the past century to disprove the alleged date of writing, and the manuscript attribution, of the Scriptores Historiae Augustae. The...

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Automatic Analysis of the Canon in Middle Indo-Aryan by Personal Computer II

Y. OUSAKA and M. YAMAZAKI.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

April 1996 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 0 words.

The metres in Middle Indo-Aryan as well as in classical Sanskrit are classified into the following three groups according to the peculiarities of the metrical schemes: Aksaracchandas,...

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Automatic Corpora-based Stemming in Greek

G. Tambouratzis.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

November 2001; p ublished online November 2001 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 0 words.

In this paper, a system is presented that performs an automated morphological categorization of Greek words extracted from a corpus. This system processes morphologically the words via the...

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Automatic extraction of catalog data from digital images of historical manuscripts

Roni Shweka, Yaacov Choueka, Lior Wolf and Nachum Dershowitz.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

June 2013; p ublished online February 2013 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 7853 words.

The Cairo Genizah, discovered in the late 19th century, is a collection of handwritten historical documents containing approximately 350,000 fragments of mainly Jewish texts. The fragments...

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Automatic Extraction of Cause-Effect Information from Newspaper Text Without Knowledge-based Inferencing

CHRISTOPHER S. G. KHOO, JAKLIN KORNFILT, ROBERT N. ODDY and SUNG HYON MYAENG.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

December 1998; p ublished online December 1998 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 0 words.

This study investigated how effectively cause-effect information can be extracted from newspaper text using a simple computational method (i.e. without knowledge-based inferencing and...

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Automatic morphological analysis of Basque

I Alegria, X Artola, K Sarasola and M Urkia.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

December 1996 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 0 words.

This paper describes the components of a robust and wide-coverage morphological analyser for Basque. Te analyser is based on the two-level formalism and has been designed in an incremental...

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Automatic prediction of gender, political affiliation, and age in Swedish politicians from the wording of their speeches—A comparative study of classifiability

Mats Dahllöf.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

June 2012; p ublished online April 2012 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 8159 words.

The present study explores automatic classification of Swedish politicians and their speeches into classes based on personal traits—gender, age, and political affiliation—as a means for...

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Automatic recognition of speech, thought, and writing representation in German narrative texts

Annelen Brunner.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

December 2013; p ublished online May 2013 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Computational Linguistics; Language Teaching and Learning; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 5406 words.

This article presents the main results of a project, which explored ways to recognize and classify a narrative feature—speech, thought, and writing representation (ST&WR)—automatically,...

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Automatically Categorizing Written Texts by Author Gender

Moshe Koppel, Shlomo Argamon and Anat Rachel Shimoni.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

November 2002; p ublished online November 2002 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 0 words.

The problem of automatically determining the gender of a document's author would appear to be a more subtle problem than those of categorization by topic or authorship attribution....

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Automatically Extracting Typical Syntactic Differences from Corpora

Wybo Wiersma, John Nerbonne and Timo Lauttamus.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

April 2011; p ublished online October 2010 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 10407 words.

We develop an aggregate measure of syntactic difference for automatically finding common syntactic differences between collections of text. With the use of this measure, it is possible to...

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Back to the future: what digital editors can learn from print editorial practice

Daniel Paul O’Donnell.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

April 2009; p ublished online April 2009 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 7391 words.

This article revisits the question of the intellectual adequacy of the print critical edition. Contemporary theory and current digital practice have encouraged editors and users of editions...

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Bangla pronouns - a corpus based study

NS Dash.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

December 2000; p ublished online December 2000 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 0 words.

Bangla is the second most widely spoken language in the Indian subcontinent, yet has not been the focus of much research activity in either corpus linguistics or language engineering to...

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BE and HAVE: Qualities and Shortcomings

Pierre Labrosse.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

April 2008; p ublished online November 2007 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 6741 words.

This article examines the hypothesis that a speaker uses the HAVE + noun construction when (s)he wants to express somebody's positive qualities. This hypothesis was tested with two...

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Beowulf to Lear: text, image, and hypertext

M Driver and J Meyer.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

June 1999; p ublished online June 1999 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 0 words.

Beowulf to Lear: Text, Image and Hypertext is a course that has been offered at Pace University in New York City since autumn 1996. While studying traditional literary works,...

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Beyond humanities qua digital: Spatial and material development for digital research infrastructures in HumlabX

Anna Foka, Anna Misharina, Viktor Arvidsson and Stefan Gelfgren.

in Digital Scholarship in the Humanities

June 2018; p ublished online April 2017 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 6982 words.

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Universities around the world have increasingly turned to digital infrastructures as a way to revamp the arts and humanities. This article contributes...

Beyond the tree of texts: Building an empirical model of scribal variation through graph analysis of texts and stemmata

Tara L. Andrews and Caroline Macé.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

December 2013; p ublished online June 2013 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Computational Linguistics; Language Teaching and Learning; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 7906 words.

Stemmatology, or the reconstruction of the transmission history of texts, is a field that stands particularly to gain from digital methods. Many scholars already take stemmatic approaches...

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Bigrams of Syntactic Labels for Authorship Discrimination of Short Texts

Graeme Hirst and Ol’ga Feiguina.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

November 2007; p ublished online October 2007 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 6800 words.

We present a method for authorship discrimination that is based on the frequency of bigrams of syntactic labels that arise from partial parsing of the text. We show that this method, alone...

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The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Computing and Information
 Luciano Floridi (ed.), Malden, MA/Oxford/Carlton: Blackwell Publishing, 2004. xiv + 371 pp. £60.00 (hardback), £18.99 (paperback). ISBN 0-631-22919-1.

Susan A. J. Stuart.

in Literary and Linguistic Computing

April 2006; p ublished online October 2005 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Language Teaching and Learning; Computational Linguistics; Bibliography; Digital Lifestyle; Information and Communication Technologies. 1396 words.

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