Finding Parallel Passages in Cultural Heritage Archives

@article{Harris2018FindingPP,
  title={Finding Parallel Passages in Cultural Heritage Archives},
  author={Martyn Harris and M. Levene and Dell Zhang and D. Levene},
  journal={ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage},
  year={2018},
  volume={11},
  pages={15:1-15:24}
}
It is of great interest to researchers and scholars in many disciplines (particularly those working on cultural heritage projects) to study parallel passages (i.e., identical or similar pieces of text describing the same thing) in digital text archives. Although there exist a few software tools for this purpose, they are restricted to a specific domain (e.g., the Bible) or a specific language (e.g., Hebrew). In this article, we present in detail how we build a digital infrastructure that can… Expand
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