A New Implementation for Canonical Text Services

@inproceedings{Tiepmar2014ANI,
  title={A New Implementation for Canonical Text Services},
  author={Jochen Tiepmar and Christoph Teichmann and Gerhard Heyer and Monica Berti and Gregory R. Crane},
  booktitle={LaTeCH@EACL},
  year={2014}
}
This paper introduces a new implementation of the Canonical Text Services (CTS) protocol intended to be capable of handling thousands of editions. CTS was introduced for the Digital Humanities and is based on a hierarchical structuring of texts down to the level of individual words mirroring traditional practices of citing. The paper gives an overview of CTS for those that are unfamiliar and establishes its place in the Digital Humanities research. Some existing CTS implementations are… CONTINUE READING

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