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Faculty of Arts II - Korpuslinguistik und Morphologie

Workshop on Historical Texts

The meetings will be in Eaton Hall at Tufts University, room 202
Coffee/lunch will be in our office, Eaton Hall 124 and the adjoining room, Eaton 123. 
Eaton Hall link (with directions):
http://campusmaps.tufts.edu/medford/?fid=m010



Tuesday night. Those of us who are already here can meet for dinner in the hotel lobby at 6:30. We are planning to go to Il Faro, 21 Main Street, medford, http://www.ilfarorestaurant.com/ (a 7 minute walk from the hotel).


Jan 13, 2010


9:15-9:45 Greg Crane & Anke Lüdeling
Introduction Blackwell, Christopher & Crane, Greg (2009) Conclusion: Cyberinfrastructure, the Scaife Digital Library and Classics in the Digital Age. In: DHQ 3(1)

Lüdeling, Anke & Zeldes, Amir (2008) Three Views on Corpora: Corpus Linguistics, Literary Computing, and Computational Linguistics. In: Jahrbuch für Computerphilologie 9, 149-178
9:45-10:30 Chris Blackwell / Casey Dué / Mary Ebbott Homer Multitext
#
coffee break



11:00-11:45
Malte Rehbein
Text Genesis
#
11:45-12:30
Monica Berti
Fragmentary Texts and Digital Libraries
slides
lunch



1:15-2:00
Alexandra Trachsel An Online Edition of Demetrios od Scepsis: A Case Study on Fragment 32
slides
2:00-2:45
Annette Geßner & Marco Büchler Text Re-Use
slides  
poster

project description (eAqua)
coffee break



3:15-4:00
Elton Barker
The Herodotus Encoded Space-Text-Imaging Archive
HESTIA project homepage
presentation
4:00-4:30
Daniel Deckers discussant #
short break



4:45 - 5:30
Helma Dik
Corpus Development and Morphological Disambiguation
http://cybergreek.uchicago.edu/implementingposter.pdf
http://cybergreek.uchicago.edu/ImplementingGreekMorphology.pdf
http://cybergreek.uchicago.edu/Bootstrapping.pdf
5:30-5:45
Greg Crane
discussant
#

Dinner at 7:30 at Frank's Steakhouse http://www.frankssteakhouse.com/.
Those of us who leave from the hotel meet in the lobby at 7.


Jan 14, 2010


9:00-9:45
Anthony Kroch The comparative evolution of word order in French and English: a corpus-based grammatical and quantitative comparison slides
9:45-10:30
Amir Zeldes & Anke  Lüdeling (work together with Hagen Hirschmann & Julia Richling)
Overuse/Underuse Statistics in Detecting Language Change in German
Annis 2
slides
coffee break



11:00-11:45
David Mimno
Multilingual Text Mining
#
11:45-12:30 David Smith
Syntactic Annotation and The New Million Book Project
slides
lunch break



1:15-2:00
Gerhard Heyer
Infrastructure for Classical Studies
eAqua
slides
2:00-2:15
Gabriel Weaver
Semantic and Visual Encoding of Diagrams
slides
2:15-3:00
Ortwin Dally
Issues for Material Culture

coffee


#
3:30-....
Amy Friedlander, Greg Crane & Anke Lüdeling
Final Discussion,  Publications
#

Dinner at the Elephant Walk in Cambridge at 7:30 (there are several Elephant Walks, be sure to go to the one in Cambridge). Those of us who leave from the hotel meet in the lobby at 7.