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A Shared Task for the Digital Humanities Chapter 3: Description of Submitted Guidelines and Final Evaluation Results
Quantitative Ansätze in den Literatur- und Geisteswissenschaften : Systematische und historische Perspektiven
In its first part, this article gives some illustrative insights into the spectrum of methods and model types from Computational Linguistics that one could in principle apply in the analysis of… Expand
A Shared Task for the Digital Humanities Chapter 1: Introduction to Annotation, Narrative Levels and Shared Tasks
To GUI or not to GUI?
This paper focuses on the interface question: How do literary scholars interact with their texts? We discuss the pros and cons of different options and then describe the research workflow that we are… Expand
A Shared Task for a Shared Goal: Systematic Annotation of Literary Texts
We propose a shared task (ST) that works in two phases, with two distinct target audiences and possible participants. Expand
Foreword to the Special Issue “A Shared Task for the Digital Humanities: Annotating Narrative Levels”
This volume is the first of two, and it documents activities that we have been conducting in the past years. They are best described as “organizing shared tasks with/in/for the digital humanities”… Expand
I. EINLEITUNG Die theoriegeschichtliche Entwicklung literaturwissenschaftlicher Lesermodelle
- Marcus Willand
- 31 January 2014
Eponymous Heroes and Protagonists –
Within literary studies, there is a coexistence of di erent perspectives on protagonists, heroes or main characters in dramatic texts, which provide di erent de nitions and strategies for the identi… Expand