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Croatica et Tyrolensia u godišnjem planu rada NSK Zagreb (za 2014)

Jovanović, Neven (2 nov. 2014)

Na svoje smo zadovoljstvo nedavno otkrili da je planom rada NSK Zagreb za 2014. (PDF) predviđena suradnja s projektom Croatica et Tyrolensia: Planira se uključivanje u rad na projektu Croatica et Tyrolensia 2013. – 2015. koji je pokrenut radi prikupljanja i objavljivanja latinskih tekstova u ...

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Scraping XML from CAMENA

Jovanović, Neven (30 avr. 2016)

CAMENA - Latin Texts of Early Modern Europe was a great project at the University of Mannheim. The project ended in 2011, making available many thousands of pages of Neo-Latin texts, not only by German authors. Some of the texts are available in a machine-readable XML form, though (as the project ...

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Humanistica digitalia in diebus LXXX

Jovanović, Neven (2 nov. 2014)

Casu tantum cognovi Croatica et Tyrolensia electa esse hoc anno, mense Augusto, ut publice proponerentur; quod factum erat die LXXI dierum humanisticarum digitalium LXXX. Nobis valde placet, et auctori gratias agimus. Ecce nexum: Day 71: Croatica et Tyrolensia (Aug 31, 2014).

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Špoljarić on politics, patronage and intellectual culture at the Hungarian court

Jovanović, Neven (28 avr. 2015)

The volume 38 of Građa za povijest književnosti hrvatske (Materials for Croatian literary history), published by the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, appeared recently. The long-awaited volume presents an impressive selection of writings by past Croatian authors in Latin, Italian, Croatian, ...

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Thinking about Croatian neo-Latin school drama

Jovanović, Neven (2 mai 2015)

In philology and literary history, thinking starts from bibliography. Croatica et Tyrolensia now have a working page for browsing material on Croatian neo-Latin drama which Nina Čengić has collected and formatted into XML from the excellent bibliography: Petranović, Martina and Lucija Ljubić. ...

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Technical note: XSLT to number elements consecutively across parent elements

Jovanović, Neven (22 mai 2015)

What follows is a solution to an XSLT problem. The problem: in an XML document, we want to number consecutively elements which share a grandparent element, but not parent. The document contains multiple grandparents. In each we want to restart the counter (imagine a book with chapters which have ...

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Croatica et Tyrolensia

Jovanović, Neven (12 févr. 2014)

Notes and news about the research project Croatica et Tyrolensia (2013-2015), a cooperation of University of Zagreb (Croatia), Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Neo-Latin Studies (Innsbruck, Austria), Juraj Dobrila University Pula (Croatia) and Marulianum - Split Literary Circle (Split).

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Auctores per saecula

Jovanović, Neven (15 févr. 2014)

Quot auctores Croati, nobis noti et a nobis annotati, Latine scripserint oratione soluta, quot autem scripserint versus, inveniri potest (ope programmatum XQuery et BaseX) in pagina sequenti: croalabib-gen-saec. How many Croatian authors wrote Latin prose, how many wrote verse? The answer, at least ...

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Analysing XML with BaseX

Jovanović, Neven (13 sept. 2015)

TEI XML, often used for encoding texts in the humanities, actually carries in its elements certain semantic load. This means that just knowing which elements are used for encoding a file could provide some basic information about the file and its salient points. We decided to experiment with two ...

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Analysing names in three Croatian epic poems

Jovanović, Neven (20 mai 2015)

Gorana Stepanić, project member from the Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, works on comparing ways in which three Croatian neo-Latin epic authors - Jakov Bunić from Dubrovnik, Kajetan Vičić from Rijeka, and Josip Čobarnić from Makarska - use names in their poems. All three wrote long ...

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