TEI 2019

What is text, really? TEI and beyond

Program

Date: Monday, 16/Sep/2019
8:30am - 9:30am RegMon: Registration - Location: Aisle
9:30am - 5:30pm

WS 1: Interface design and user involvement– Wiennerisches Diarium Digital

Location: Seminar Room LS 15.03

Interface design and user involvement– Wiennerisches Diarium Digital; D. Kampkaspar; Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

WS 2: An introduction to Schematron and Schematron QuickFix

Location: Seminar Room LS 15.02

An introduction to Schematron and Schematron QuickFix; D. Maus; Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, Germany; https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3429706

5:00pm - 6:00pm

BCM: TEI Board & Council Meeting

Location: ZIM-ACDH Seminar Room

Date: Tuesday, 17/Sep/2019
8:30am - 9:30am RegTue: Registration - Location: Aisle
9:00am - 12:30pm

WS 3: Minimalist TEI Publishing with CETEIcean

Location: Seminar Room LS 15.02

Minimalist TEI Publishing with CETEIcean (/sɪˈti:ʃn/); R. Viglianti1, H. Cayless2; 1: University of Maryland; 2: Duke University

9:30am - 5:30pm

WS 4: Hands-on TEI publishing

Location: Seminar Room LS 15.01

Hands-on TEI publishing; M. Turska, W. Meier; eXist solutions

2:00pm - 3:30pm SIG 1: Periodicals - Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02 SIG 3: Manuscripts - Location: Seminar Room LS 15.03
2:00pm - 3:30pm SIG 6: Text and Graphics - Location: Seminar Room LS 15.02
4:00pm - 5:30pm SIG 2: Linguistics - Location: Seminar Room LS 15.03 SIG 4: Ontology - Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
4:00pm - 5:30pm SIG 5: Correspondence - Location: Seminar Room LS 15.02
6:00pm - 6:30pm Opening: Opening Ceremony Location: 'Aula' Reception Hall
6:30pm - 7:30pm

OK: Opening Keynote

Location: 'Aula' Reception Hall

Chair: Georg Vogeler, University of Graz

What is text, really? A stylometrist’s rant; J. Rybicki; Jagiellonian University Krakow, Poland

7:30pm - 9:30pm

OR: Opening Reception (Drinks and Walking Dinner)

Location: 'Aula' Reception Hall

Date: Wednesday, 18/Sep/2019
8:00am - 9:00am RegWed: Registration - Location: Aisle

9:00am - 10:30am

Wed 1a: TEI and models of text I

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02

Chair: Elisa Beshero-Bondar, U of Pittsburgh at Greensburg

A realistic theory of textuality and its consequences on digital text representation; F. Ciotti; Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy

Genesis and Variance: From Letter to Literature T. Roeder Leopoldina - National Academiy of Sciences, Germany

Between freedom and formalisation: a hypergraph model for representing the nature of text E. Bleeker, B. Buitendijk, R. Haentjens Dekker Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences, Netherlands, The

Wed 1b: TEI, formal ontologies, controlled vocabularies and Linked Open Data I

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12

Chair: Magdalena Turska, eXist solutions

Making Linkable Data from Account Books: Bookkeeping Ontology in the Digital Edition Publishing Cooperative for Historical Accounts; C. Pollin1, K. Tomasek2; 1: University of Graz; 2: Wheaton College, Massachusetts, United States of America ; https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3446143

Inscriptions, Hieroglyphs, Linguistics… and Beyond! The Corpus of Classic Mayan as an Ontological Information Resource; F. Diehr1, S. Gronemeyer2,4, U. Sikora3, C. Prager2, M. Brodhun3, E. Wagner 2, K. Diederichs2, N. Grube2; 1: Prussian Heritage Foundation, Berlin, Germany; 2: University of Bonn, Germany; 3: State and University Library Göttingen, Germany; 4: La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia; https://www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3456882

10:30am - 11:00am Break1: Coffee Break - Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.01
11:00am - 12:30pm

Wed 2a: TEI and models of text II

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02

Chair: Laurent Romary, Inria

Reflecting the Influence of Technology on Models of Text in Scholarly Digital Editing; J. Josfeld, G. L. Simpson; Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany

Introducing Objectification: when is an <object> a <place>?; J. Cummings; Newcastle University, United Kingdom

An Encoding Strategic Proposal of “Ruby” Texts: Examples from Japanese Texts; K. Okada1, S. Nakamura2, K. Nagasaki3; 1: National Institute of Japanese Literature, Japan; 2: The University of Tokyo, Japan; 3: International Institute for Digital Humanities, Japan; https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1CNQQSbpdXoE9UzyeRqFw1AkXYyCC6oiz6BwGU2DoRo0/view

Referencing annotations as a core concept of the hallerNet edition and research platform; P. Daengeli1,2, C. Forney2; 1: Cologne Center for eHumanities, Germany; 2: Institute of History, University of Bern, Switzerland; https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.344

Recreating history through events; C. Fritze1, H. Klug2, S. Kurz3, C. Steindl1; 1: Austrian National Library; 2: University of Graz / Centre for Information Modelling - Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities; 3: Austrian Academy of Sciences / Institute for Modern and Contemporary Historical Research

Wed 2b: TEI, formal ontologies, controlled vocabularies and Linked Open Data II

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12

Chair: Frank Fischer, Higher School of Economics, Moscow

Modeling FRBR Entities and their Relationships with TEI: A Look at HallerNet Bibliographic Descriptions; A. Rojas Castro; Universität zu Köln-Cologne Center for eHumanities; https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3446218

Karl Kraus contra …, or: text contra action; K. Prager1, V. Hannesschlaeger2, I. Boerner2; 1: Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Digital History, Austria; 2: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria; https://zenodo.org/record/3446170#.XYNO3pMzbOQ

Referencing an editorial ontology from the TEI: An attempt to overcome informal typologies; J. Šimek; Universität Heidelberg, Germany; https://www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3457974

Text Graph Ontology. A Semantic Web approach to represent genetic scholarly editions; P. Hinkelmanns; Universität Salzburg, Austria; https://www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3457076

A Tool for adding word Annotations into TEI Files.; B. Gaiffe; ATILF-CNRS, France

12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch1: Lunch Break
1:30pm - 3:00pm

Wed 3a: TEI and models of text III

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02

Chair: James Cummings, Newcastle University

Document Modeling with the TEI Critical Apparatus; E. Beshero-Bondar1, H. Cayless2, R. Viglianti3, J. Cummings4; 1: U of Pittsburgh at Greensburg; 2: Duke University; 3: University of Maryland; 4: Newcastle University; https://zenodo.org/record/3446155#.XYNNDZMzZZ0

Wed 3b: TEI across corpora, languages, and cultures I

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12

Chair: Georg Vogeler, University of Graz

Growing collections of TEI texts: Some lessons from SARIT; P. McAllister; Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

Towards larger corpora of Indic texts: For now, minimize metatext; H. Trikha; Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

Encoding history in TEI: A corpus-oriented approach for investigating Tibetan historiography; M. Fermer; Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

3:00pm - 3:30pm Break2: Coffee Break - Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.01
3:30pm - 5:00pm

Wed 4a: TEI and models of text IV

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02

Chair: Claudia Resch, Austrian Academy of Sciences

Exploring TEI structures to find distinctive features of text types; S. Haaf; Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany

Reconceiving TEI models of theatrical performance text with reference to promptbooks; J. Roberts-Smith1, J. Takeda2, M. Kaethler3, T. Malone4, J. Jenstad5; 1: University of Waterloo, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia; 3: Medicine Hat College; 4: SUNY Oswego; 5: University of Victoria, Canada

What is a Line? Encoding and Counting Lines in Early Modern Dramatic Texts; J. A. Jenstad1, J. Takeda2, B. Greatley-Hirsch3, J. Mardock4; 1: University of Victoria, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia, Canada; 3: University of Leeds, UK; 4: University of Nevada at Reno, USA

Wed 4b: TEI across corpora, languages, and cultures II

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12

Chair: Martin David Holmes, University of Victoria

Advantages and challenges of tokenized TEI; M. Janssen; Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal; https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Bq-ZIxPH4WgLDaz0BB5DzPO7GCNjI3Th6g-zgMq1jDM/edit?usp=sharing

Modelling linguistic knowledge in TEI: the case of the Vienna Corpus of Arabic Varieties; K. Mörth, D. Schopper; Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

A sign of the times: medieval punctuation, its encoding and its rendition in modern times; E. Cugliana1, G. Barabucci2; 1: Università Ca' Foscari Venezia, Italy / Universität zu Köln, Germany; 2: Universität zu Köln, Germany; https://zenodo.org/record/3518077#.XbK2zJMzbs1

5:30pm - 7:00pm CT1: City Walking Tour 1: Schlossberg – Explore the Castle Hill
6:30pm - 10:00pm Dinner: Conference Dinner - Location: 'Aula' Reception Hall
Date: Thursday, 19/Sep/2019
8:00am - 9:00am RegThu: Registration - Location: Aisle
9:00am - 10:30am

Thu 1a: TEI simplification and extension I

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02

Chair: Christiane Fritze, Austrian National Library

Opportunities and challenges of the TEI for scholarly journals in the Humanities; A. Baillot; Le Mans Université, France; https://www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3452784

Archiving a TEI project FAIRly; A. Creamer, G. Lembi, E. Mylonas, M. Satlow; Brown University, United States of America

Creating high-quality print from TEI documents; B. Ruef1, W. Meier2; 1: Law Sources Foundation of the Swiss Lawyers Society, Switzerland; 2: eXist Solutions GmbH; https://www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3457921

Thu 1b: TEI annotation and publication I

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12

Chair: Susanne Haaf, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Analyzing and Visualizing Uncertain Knowledge: Introducing the PROVIDEDH Open Science Platform; A. Benito1, M. Doran3, J. Edmond3, M. Kozak2, C. Mazurek2, A. Rodríguez1, R. Therón1, E. Wandl-Vogt4; 1: University of Salamanca, Spain; 2: Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland; 3: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; 4: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austria; http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3446145

The Prefabricated Website: Who Needs a Server Anyway?; M. D. Holmes1, J. Takeda2; 1: University of Victoria, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia, Canada; https://zenodo.org/record/3449197

correspSearch v2 – New ways of exploring correspondence; S. Dumont, S. Grabsch, J. Müller-Laackman; Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany; https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3446193

10:30am - 11:00am Break3: Coffee Break - Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.01
11:00am - 12:30pm

Thu 2a: TEI environments and infrastructures II

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02

Chair: Franz Fischer, Ca' Foscari Università Venezia

Parla-CLARIN: TEI guidelines for corpora of parliamentary proceedings; T. Erjavec1, A. Pančur2; 1: Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia; 2: Institute of Contemporary History, Slovenia; https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3446163

Challenges in encoding parliamentary data: between applause and interjections; T. Wissik; Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

A TEI customization for the description of paper and watermarks; E. R. Mueller; University of Iceland, Iceland

How we tripled our encoding speed in the Digital Victorian Periodical Project; M. D. Holmes, K. Fralick, K. Fukushima, S. Karlson; University of Victoria, Canada; https://zenodo.org/record/3449241

Manuscripta - The editor from past to future; P. Granholm1, L.-J. Olsson2; 1: National Library of Sweden, Sweden; 2: Språkbanken, University of Gothenburg, Sweden; https://www.patrikgranholm.com/presentations/2019-09-19-Graz/

Thu 2b: TEI annotation and publication II

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12

Chair: Pip Willcox, The National Archives

TEI Lex-0: a good fit for the encoding of the Portuguese Academy Dictionary?; A. Salgado1, R. Costa1, T. Tasovac2; 1: NOVA CLUNL, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa; 2: Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities, Serbia

Validating @selector: a regular expression adventure; S. Bauman; Northeastern University / Digital Scholarship Group, United States of America

TEI encoding of correspondence: A community effort; S. Dumont2, S. Haaf2, S. Seifert1; 1: University of Potsdam, Germany; 2: Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BBAW); https://drive.google.com/open?id=1oZCDWOQa2DMjpNPVnI_oIe6Z85LVfIka

12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch2: Lunch Break
1:30pm - 3:00pm

Members' Meeting - Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02

Chair: Kathryn Tomasek, Wheaton College

3:00pm - 3:30pm Break4: Coffee Break - Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.01
3:30pm - 4:30pm

Demo pres. A: Demonstrations A

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02

Chair: Roman Bleier, University of Graz

Van Gogh Letters: the TEI Publisher clone; M. Turska, W. Meier; eXist solutions

TEITOK – TEI based annotated corpora; M. Janssen; Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal

Character counting; S. Bauman; Northeastern University / Digital Scholarship Group, United States of America

Textual Communities; P. Robinson; University of Saskatchewan, Canada; https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3446183

Demo pres. B: Demonstrations B

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12

Chair: Georg Vogeler, University of Graz

TEI MediaWiki extension; T. Pellissier Tanon; Télécom ParisTech, France; https://zenodo.org/record/3450376

TEI as a Graph; A. Kuczera; Academy of Science and Literature, Mainz, Germany

Recogito: from Semantic Annotation to Digital Scholarly Edition; M. Gimena1, R. Simon2, E. Barker3, L. Isaksen4, R. Kahn5, V. Vitale6, A. Rojas Castro7, H. Cayless8; 1: Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Argentine Republic; 2: AIT; 3: The Open University; 4: University of Exeter; 5: Alexander von Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft HIIG; 6: University of London; 7: Cologne Center for eHumanities, Universität zu Köln; 8: Duke University

4:30pm - 5:00pm

Poster slam: Poster Slam

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.03

Chair: Syd Bauman, Northeastern University / Digital Scholarship Group

TTHUB: Text Technologies Hub for Extending TEI Training in Spanish; S. Alles Torrent1, G. del Rio Riande2; 1: University of Miami, United States of America; 2: IIBICRIT, CONICET

Research of provenance glosses in medieval manuscripts and in incunabulas from historical collections of the National Library of the Czech Republic; R. Modráková; National Library of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic

Promoting Bellini’s legacy and the Italian opera by scholarly digital editing his own correspondence; A. M. Del Grosso1, D. Spampinato2, E. Capizzi3, S. Cristofaro2, G. Seminara3; 1: ILC-CNR, Italy; 2: ISTC-CNR, Italy; 3: Università di Catania, Italy; https://zenodo.org/record/3461673

Annotating Cooking Recipes of the Middle Ages for semantic analysis and visualisation; C. Steiner1, H. W. Klug1, A. Böhm1, E. Raunig1, B. Laurioux2, D. Ardesi2, C. Poirier2; 1: University of Graz, Austria; 2: Université de Tours; https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1-jK6jn-ilNYuyIRB6RpluWe_OJM5PBiOhXW7RyoTwgk/edit?usp=sharing

Virtual reconstruction of scattered provenance of Bohemian printed books; R. Modráková, T. Paličková; National Library of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic

Documenting Discoveries: TEI and Browsing the Bookshops in Paul’s Cross Churchyard; M. E. Zimmer1, J. A. Jenstad2; 1: Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 2: University of Victoria, Canada

Distant Spectators: Mining TEI-encoded periodicals of the Enlightenment; A. Fuchs1, B. Geiger2, E. Hobisch1, P. Koncar3, M. Scholger4, S. Saric4; 1: Institute of Romance Studies, University of Graz; 2: Know-Center Graz; 3: Institute of Interactive Systems and Data Science, Graz University of Technology; 4: Centre for Information Modelling - Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Graz; http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3451439

Encoding the documents of the “The Imperial Diet in Regensburg, 1576”; R. Bleier1, E. Brantner2, G. Haug-Moritz1, C. Neerfeld2, E. Ortlieb1, T. Schreiber2, G. Vogeler1, F. Zeilinger2; 1: University of Graz, Austria; 2: Historical Commission at the Bavarian Academy of Sciences

An Exploration of <object> Using Antarctic Artifacts; S. M. Raybuck, S. C. Stanley; Florida State University, United States of America; http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3446117

A TEI-based model to encode notarial charters (Asturias, 1260-1350 ca.); E. Albarrán-Fernández; Universidad de Oviedo, Spain: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.344

The Semantic Field Grace in Early Modern English; B. L Pytlik Zillig, M. Bolin; University of Nebraska - Lincoln, United States of America: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3446117

Case Study: Ethiopian Psalter of the Virgin; D. Elagina; Universität Hamburg, Germany; https://www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3465539

TEI and models of text: the Russian case; M. Pilgun1,2; 1: Institute of linguistics Russian Academy of Sciences; 2: Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law

How to encode the unsaid with the TEI; A. Busch1, F. Fischer2; 1: Theodor-Fontane-Archiv, University of Potsdam, Germany; 2: Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia

A new Roma (beta): a rich interface for ODD customization; R. Viglianti; University of Maryland, United States of America

5:00pm - 6:30pm PR: CLARIAH-AT Poster Reception - Location: Aisle
7:00pm - 8:30pm CT3: City Walking Tour 3: Go West – Explore the West Side CT4: City Walking Tour 4: Graz Kennenlernen – Get to know Graz
Date: Friday, 20/Sep/2019
8:00am - 9:00am RegFri: Registration - Location: Aisle
9:00am - 10:30am

Fri 1a: TEI environments and infrastructures I

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02

Chair: Hugh Cayless, Duke University

In search of comity: TEI for distant reading; L. D. Burnard1, C. Schoch2, C. Odebrecht3; 1: Lou Burnard Consulting, France; 2: Trier Centre for Digital Humanities, Germany; 3: Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany

Highlighting Our Examples: encoding XML examples in pedagogical contexts; J. Cummings; Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Case Study TEI Customization: A Restricted TEI Format for Edition Open Access (EOA); S. Gfrörer, K. Thoden; Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany; https://zenodo.org/record/3459487

Fri 1b: TEI and beyond: interactions, interchange, integrations and interoperability

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12

Chair: Kathryn Tomasek, Wheaton College

How OCR Performance can Impact on the Automatic Extraction of Dictionary Content Structures; M. Khemakhem1,2,3, I. Galleron4, G. Williams6, L. Romary1, P. O. Suárez1,5; 1: Inria-ALMAnaCH - Automatic Language Modelling and ANAlysis & Computational Humanities; 2: UPD7 - Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7; 3: CMB - Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin; 4: Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle; 5: Sorbonne Université; 6: Université Grenoble Alpes

Using Machine Learning for the Automated Classification of Stage Directions in TEI-Encoded Drama Corpora; D. Maximova, F. Fischer; Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation; https://shorturl.at/jEFJR

TEI XML and Delta Format Interchangeability; N. Cole1, D. De Roure1, P. Willcox2; 1: University of Oxford; 2: The National Archives

10:30am - 11:00am Break5: Coffee Break - Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.01
11:00am - 12:30pm

Fri 2a: TEI simplification and extension II

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02

Chair: Gimena del Rio Riande, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas

Native-TEI dialectal dictionary for Bavarian dialects in Austria: data structure, software and workflow; J. Bowers1,2, P. Stöckle1, H. C. Breuer1, L. M. Breuer1; 1: Austrian Center for Digital Humanities, Austria; 2: Inria - ALMAnaACH; https://www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3452702

An Attempt of Dissemination of TEI in a TEI-underdeveloped country: Activities of the SIG EAJ; S. Nakamura1, K. Okada2, K. Nagasaki3; 1: The University of Tokyo; 2: National Institute of Japanese Literature; 3: International Institute for Digital Humanities

Refining the Current Teaching Methodology of the TEI through the Analysis of Server Logs; L. Meneses1, J. Martin2; 1: University of Victoria, Canada; 2: King’s College London

Using Github and its Integrations to Create, Test, and Deploy a Digital Edition; J. Takeda1, S. Lines2; 1: University of British Columbia, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia, Canada

Fri 2b: TEI for manuscripts

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12

Chair: Huw Eifion Jones, Cambridge University

TEI for manuscript description: progress, problems, and potential; H. E. Jones1, Y. Faghihi1, M. Holford2, J. Freeman1, T. Schassan3, L. Guariento4; 1: Cambridge University, United Kingdom; 2: Oxford University, United Kingdom; 3: Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, Germany; 4: Glasgow University, United Kingdom; https://zenodo.org/record/3457849#.XYiE6JNKhBw; https://schassan.github.io/20190920_Manuscript-Cataloguing-in-Germany

12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch3: Lunch Break
1:30pm - 3:00pm

Fri 3a: TEI and non-XML technologies

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02

Chair: Luis Meneses, University of Victoria

Five Centuries of History in a Network; N. P. Gibson; University of Munich (LMU), Germany; https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3452744

Introducing an Open, Dynamic and Efficient Lexical Data Access for TEI-encoded Dictionaries on the Internet; F. Mondaca, P. Schildkamp, F. Rau, J. Bigalke; University of Cologne, Germany; https://www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3451535 

Getting Along with Relational Databases; M. D. Holmes; University of Victoria, Canada; https://zenodo.org/record/3450658

Using Microsoft Word for preparing XML TEI-compliant digital editions; B. Lehečka; Czech Language Institute, Czech Republic; https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3451430

Scaling up Automatic Structuring of Manuscript Sales Catalogues; L. Rondeau du Noyer1, S. Gabay2, M. Khemakhem3,4,5, L. Romary3, 1: École nationale des chartes (France); 2: Université de Neuchâtel (Switzerland); 3: Inria, team ALMAnaCH (France); 4: Centre Marc Bloch (Germany); 5: Université Paris Diderot (France)

Fri 3b: TEI and models of text V

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12

Chair: Martina Scholger, University of Graz

Graphs - charters - recipes: challenges of modelling medieval genres with the TEI; R. Bleier1, F. Fischer2, T. Gengnagel2, H. W. Klug1, P. Sahle2, C. Steiner1, S. M. Winslow1, A. Worm1; 1: University of Graz, Austria; 2: University of Cologne, Germany

https://www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3479731
3:00pm - 3:30pm Break6: Coffee Break
3:30pm - 4:30pm

CC: Closing Keynote: Francesca Tomasi "Linked Open Data perspectives in Semantic Digital Editing"

Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.03

Linked Open Data perspectives in Semantic Digital Editing; F. Tomasi; University of Bologna, Italy

4:30pm - 5:00pm Closing: Closing Ceremony - Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
5:30pm - 7:00pm Board Meeting CT5: City Walking Tour 5: Graz Kennenlernen – Get to know Graz