Quinn Dombrowski

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In this paper, we use Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition as a case study in a low-cost approach to digital humanities project development that can provide a highly customized data model and fairly flexible, intuitive user interface, without any custom programming. The infrastructure for this project consists exclusively of general-purpose, open(More)
The DH-CASE II Workshop, held in conjunction with ACM Document Engineering 2014, focused on the tools and environments that support annotation, broadly defined, including modeling, authoring, analysis, publication and sharing. Participants explored shared challenges and differing approaches, seeking to identify emerging best practices, as well as those(More)
In recent years, various approaches, hierarchies and models have been developed which<lb>claim to adequately describe and explain the lexical and structural effects of language contact.<lb>Thomason’s Borrowing Scale (e.g. 2001) has been frequently – and critically – cited. However,<lb>works which should also be noted in this field include, among others,(More)
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