Did William Shakespeare and Thomas Kyd Write Edward III?

@article{Kernot2018DidWS,
  title={Did William Shakespeare and Thomas Kyd Write Edward III?},
  author={David Kernot and T. Bossomaier and R. Bradbury},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1801.04017}
}
William Shakespeare is believed to be a significant author in the anonymous play, The Reign of King Edward III, published in 1596. However, recently, Thomas Kyd, has been suggested as the primary author. Using a neurolinguistics approach to authorship identification we use a four-feature technique, RPAS, to convert the 19 scenes in Edward III into a multi-dimensional vector. Three complementary analytical techniques are applied to cluster the data and reduce single technique bias before an… Expand
1 Citations

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 48 REFERENCES
The Problem of The Reign of King Edward III: A Statistical Approach
Can Three Pronouns Discriminate Identity in Writing
Seriation and matrix reordering methods: An historical overview
  • I. Liiv
  • Computer Science
  • Stat. Anal. Data Min.
  • 2010
Building a Weighted Dictionary for Referential Activity
How Variable May a Constant be? Measures of Lexical Richness in Perspective
Psychological aspects of natural language. use: our words, our selves.
The Referential Process, Consciousness, and the Sense of Self
...
1
2
3
4
5
...