TEI 2019

What is text, really? TEI and beyond

Papers

Results found: 46

  1. Syd Bauman
    Validating @selector: a regular expression adventure
    Keywords: TEI, CSS3, selector, regular expression (regexp), rendition
    TEI-Dokument
  2. Alejandro Benito, Michelle Doran, Jennifer Edmond, Michał Kozak, Cezary Mazurek, Alejandro Rodríguez, Roberto Therón, Eveline Wandl-Vogt
    Analyzing and Visualizing Uncertain Knowledge: Introducing the PROVIDEDH Open Science Platform
    Keywords: collaborative TEI editor, uncertainty visualization, uncertainty annotation, open science, progressive visualization
    TEI-Dokument
  3. Jack Bowers, Philipp Stöckle, Hans Christian Breuer, Ludwig Maximilian Breuer
    Native-TEI dialectal dictionary for Bavarian dialects in Austria: data structure, software and workflow
    Keywords: Dictionaries, Dialectology, Bavarian, TEI editing tool
    TEI-Dokument
  4. Lou Burnard, Christof Schöch, Carolin Odebrecht
    In search of comity: TEI for distant reading
    Keywords: distant reading, ELTeC, ODD chaining, corpus design, the European novel, literary studies
    TEI-Dokument
  5. Fabio Ciotti
    A realistic theory of textuality and its consequences on digital text representation
    Keywords: Theory of text, theory of text encoding, ontology of textuality
    TEI-Dokument
  6. Nicholas Cole, David De Roure, Pip Willcox
    TEI XML and Delta Format Interchangeability
    Keywords: JavaScript, XML, collaborative editing, annotation, processing
    TEI-Dokument
  7. Andrew Creamer, Gaia Lembi, Elli Mylonas, Michael Satlow
    Archiving a TEI project FAIRly
    Keywords: Judaic Studies, digital repositories, FAIR principles, digital epigraphy
    TEI-Dokument
  8. Elisa Cugliana, Gioele Barabucci
    A sign of the times: medieval punctuation, its encoding and its rendition in modern times
    Keywords: punctuation, normalization
    TEI-Dokument
  9. James Cummings
    Introducing Objectification: when is an <object> a <place>?
    Keywords: Object Description, Objects, Places, Manuscript Description
    TEI-Dokument
  10. James Cummings
    Highlighting Our Examples: encoding XML examples in pedagogical contexts
    Keywords: TEI XML, TEI ODD, Pedagogy, Processing, Teaching
    TEI-Dokument
  11. Peter Daengeli, Christian Forney
    Referencing annotations as a core concept of the hallerNet edition and research platform
    Keywords: publication platform, annotations, models of text, data analysis
    TEI-Dokument
  12. Franziska Diehr, Sven Gronemeyer, Uwe Sikora, Christian Prager, Maximilian Brodhun, Elisabeth Wagner, Katja Diederichs, Nikolai Grube
    Inscriptions, Hieroglyphs, Linguistics… and Beyond! The Corpus of Classic Mayan as an Ontological Information Resource
    Keywords: non-alphabetic writing system, ontological model, stand-off markup
    TEI-Dokument
  13. Stefan Dumont, Susanne Haaf, Sabine Seifert
    TEI encoding of correspondence: A community effort
    Keywords: TEI encoding, letters, correspondence
    TEI-Dokument
  14. Stefan Dumont, Sascha Grabsch, Jonas Müller-Laackman
    correspSearch v2 – New ways of exploring correspondence
    Keywords: Correspondence, Web service, Metadata
    TEI-Dokument
  15. Tomaž Erjavec, Andrej Pančur
    Parla-CLARIN: TEI guidelines for corpora of parliamentary proceedings
    Keywords: Parliamentary corpora, TEI parametrisation, Akoma Ntoso, Linguistic annotation
    TEI-Dokument
  16. Mathias Fermer
    Encoding history in TEI: A corpus-oriented approach for investigating Tibetan historiography
    Keywords: Tibetan biographies, marked-up corpora, quantitative methods, historical network analysis
    TEI-Dokument
  17. Kaitlyn Fralick, Kailey Fukushima, Martin Holmes, Sarah Karlson
    How we tripled our encoding speed in the Digital Victorian Periodical Project
    Keywords: encoding tools, encoding strategies, TEI simplification, TEI environments and infrastructures, visualization
    TEI-Dokument
  18. Christiane Fritze
    Recreating history through events
    Keywords: tei:event, tei:listEvent, historical events, eventSearch, data modelling
    TEI-Dokument
  19. Samuel Gfrörer, Klaus Thoden
    Case Study TEI Customization: A Restricted TEI Format for Edition Open Access (EOA)
    Keywords: ODD, scholarly publishing, XSL, schema
    TEI-Dokument
  20. Nathan P. Gibson
    Five Centuries of History in a Network
    Keywords: network analysis, prosopography, Middle Eastern history, Arabic, primary sources
    TEI-Dokument
  21. Patrik Granholm, Leif-Jöran Olsson
    Manuscripta - The editor from past to future
    Keywords: medieval manuscripts, cataloguing, eXist-db, ReactJS, reusable components
    TEI-Dokument
  22. Susanne Haaf
    Exploring TEI structures to find distinctive features of text types
    Keywords: text types, TEI structuring, devotional literature, text linguistics, corpus linguistics
    TEI-Dokument
  23. Peter Hinkelmanns
    Text Graph Ontology. A Semantic Web approach to represent genetic scholarly editions
    Keywords: Genetic Scholarly Edition, Semantic Web, Graph Database, Ontology, Interfaces
    TEI-Dokument
  24. Martin Holmes, Joseph Takeda
    The Prefabricated Website: Who Needs a Server Anyway?
    Keywords: TEI and beyond: interactions, interchange, integrations and interoperability, TEI environments and infrastructures, TEI and publication, TEI and sustainability
    TEI-Dokument
  25. Martin Holmes
    Getting Along with Relational Databases
    Keywords: TEI and non-XML technologies, TEI and beyond: interactions, interchange, integrations and interoperability, TEI environments and infrastructures
    TEI-Dokument
  26. Maarten Janssen
    Advantages and challenges of tokenized TEI
    Keywords: Annotated corpora, Orthographic words, Crossing XML, TEI
    TEI-Dokument
  27. Janelle Jenstad, Joseph Takeda, Brett Greatley-Hirsch, James Mardock
    What is a Line? Encoding and Counting Lines in Early Modern Dramatic Texts
    Keywords: lineation, early modern drama, textual instability, canonical line numbering, editorial ecosystems
    TEI-Dokument
  28. Julia Josfeld, Grant Leyton Simpson
    Reflecting the Influence of Technology on Models of Text in Scholarly Digital Editing
    Keywords: theory of digital editing, digital scholarly editing, textual ontology
    TEI-Dokument
  29. Boris Lehečka
    Using Microsoft Word for preparing XML TEI-compliant digital editions
    Keywords: Microsoft Word, processor, conversion, XSLT
    TEI-Dokument
  30. Daria Maximova, Frank Fischer
    Using Machine Learning for the Automated Classification of Stage Directions in TEI-Encoded Drama Corpora
    Keywords: drama corpora, stage directions, short text classification, machine learning
    TEI-Dokument
  31. Patrick McAllister
    Growing collections of TEI texts: Some lessons from SARIT
    Keywords: Sanskrit, Philology, Software, Editorial Process
    TEI-Dokument
  32. Luis Meneses, Jonathan Martin
    Refining the Current Teaching Methodology of the TEI through the Analysis of Server Logs
    Keywords: server logs, teaching methodology, TEI Guidelines
    TEI-Dokument
  33. Francisco Mondaca, Philip Schildkamp, Felix Rau, Jan Bigalke
    Introducing an Open, Dynamic and Efficient Lexical Data Access for TEI-encoded Dictionaries on the Internet
    Keywords: api, dictionary, framework, kosh, graphql, rest
    TEI-Dokument
  34. Ermenegilda Rachel Mueller
    A TEI customization for the description of paper and watermarks
    Keywords: paper, watermarks, customization, document description, support description
    TEI-Dokument
  35. Satoru Nakamura, Kazuhiro Okada, Kiyonori Nagasaki
    An Attempt of Dissemination of TEI in a TEI-underdeveloped country: Activities of the SIG EAJ
    Keywords: SIG, Japan, Aozora Bunko, Dissemination
    TEI-Dokument
  36. Kazuhiro Okada, Satoru Nakamura, Kiyonori Nagasaki
    An Encoding Strategic Proposal of “Ruby” Texts: Examples from Japanese Texts
    Keywords: Japanese texts, ruby encoding, glosses
    TEI-Dokument
  37. Christopher Pollin, Kathryn Tomasek
    Making Linkable Data from Account Books: Bookkeeping Ontology in the Digital Edition Publishing Cooperative for Historical Accounts
    Keywords: Web of Data, GAMS, Historical Financial Records, Bookkeeping Ontology, Linked Open Data
    TEI-Dokument
  38. Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Joseph Takeda, Mark Kaethler, Toby Malone, Janelle Jenstad
    Reconceiving TEI models of theatrical performance text with reference to promptbooks
    Keywords: promptbook, performance text, dramatic text, event, Stratford Festival
    TEI-Dokument
  39. Torsten Roeder
    Genesis and Variance: From Letter to Literature
    Keywords: textual variance, textual genesis, alignment, critical apparatus
    TEI-Dokument
  40. Antonio Rojas Castro
    Modeling FRBR Entities and their Relationships with TEI: A Look at HallerNet Bibliographic Descriptions
    Keywords: FRBR, bibliographic records, metadata
    TEI-Dokument
  41. Lucie Rondeau du Noyer, Simon Gabay, Mohamed Khemakem, Laurent Romary
    Scaling up Automatic Structuring of Manuscript Sales Catalogues
    Keywords: Machine learning, manuscript sales catalogues, 19th c. France
    TEI-Dokument
  42. Beni Ruef, Wolfgang Meier
    Creating high-quality print from TEI documents
    Keywords: TEI Processing Model, ODD, LaTeX, high-quality print
    TEI-Dokument
  43. Jakub Simek
    Referencing an editorial ontology from the TEI: An attempt to overcome informal typologies
    Keywords: scholarly edition, ontology, pointer, URI, ODD
    TEI-Dokument
  44. Joseph Takeda, Sydney Lines
    Using Github and its Integrations to Create, Test, and Deploy a Digital Edition
    Keywords: digital editions, publication, workflows
    TEI-Dokument
  45. Himal Trikha
    Towards larger corpora of Indic texts: For now, minimize metatext
    Keywords: Jainism, Sanskrit, Philology
    TEI-Dokument
  46. Tanja Wissik
    Challenges in encoding parliamentary data: between applause and interjections
    Keywords: parliamentary records, TEI transcript of speech module, encoding applause, encoding interjections
    TEI-Dokument