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A Review of Natural Language Processing for Historical Texts

Piotrowski, Michael (17 janv. 2014)

LINGUIST List issue 25.292 features a review of my book Natural Language Processing for Historical Texts by Bev Thurber. I was very happy to read that she thinks that the book is “a good overview of recent progress and problems in applying techniques from NLP to historical texts” and that it “ ...

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Mendeley Revisited

Piotrowski, Michael (4 févr. 2015)

A while ago, in a post titled Yet Another Publication List?, I ranted about the proliferation of online reference managers and speculated about their business models. A comment by William Gunn, Head of Academic Outreach for Mendeley, sheds some light on Elsevier's strategy. In his recent blog post ...

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Another Enthusiastic Review of Natural Language Processing for Historical Texts

Piotrowski, Michael (21 janv. 2015)

I'd like to (belatedly) point you to another review of my book Natural Language Processing for Historical Texts. The review by Laurent Romary appeared in Computational Linguistics 40:1, 231–232, and I was very happy to find that Laurent considers the book a “compendium of information that […] ...

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DH-MAX

Piotrowski, Michael (13 juil. 2015)

In his recent blog post Die Digital Humanities brauchen ein Ziel: DH-MAX, Wolfgang Schmale wondered whether the digital humanities need a goal and suggested one potential goal, which he calls “DH-MAX.” At the core of DH-MAX is, as I understand it, a new publication infrastructure made up of “ ...

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Writing For Hypotheses in Org-mode

Piotrowski, Michael (22 janv. 2015)

A fact that should perhaps be emphasized when promulgating academic blogging is: it's not for everyone. If you can regularly write a sparkling essay in half an hour, say, during your commute or your lunch break, and you enjoy doing it—then it's definitely for you. If, on the other hand, the only ...

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Timeo Danaos… Or: Why I’m Wary of Google Docs

Piotrowski, Michael (15 juil. 2013)

During the last couple of weeks I had to use Google Docs quite heavily in order to work on a large, collaborative document. Without any doubt, Google Docs is a convenient platform for collaborative work, offering collaborative real-time, browser-based, WYSIWYG editing for various types of documents. ...

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Plato and the Dormouse

Piotrowski, Michael (12 mars 2016)

During my summer vacation I read John Markoff's book “What the Dormouse Said.” 1 I assume it was the publisher that insisted on adding the subtitle “How the Sixties Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry”; it does give you an idea what the book is about, but actually it's ...

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A Small Exercise in Computer Archeology

Piotrowski, Michael (7 févr. 2014)

My first computer was an Atari 1040STF, which I used until about 1995, when I replaced it with an HP 715/50 workstation. I put the Atari away in the attic, where it remained for the last 18 years. While staying with my parents over Christmas, I decided to finally get it out and determine whether it ...

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Yet Another Publication List?

Piotrowski, Michael (24 nov. 2013)

Cerstin Mahlow recently had a very good blog post on storing your publication list online with services such as ResearchGate, Mendeley, or Academia.edu. Cerstin expressed a preference for CiteULike, and I agree with her on that, and I also agree with the rest of her post. I'd like to add a few ...

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tranScriptorium

Piotrowski, Michael (21 juin 2013)

This is just a brief project note: tranScriptorium is an EU-funded (FP 7 STReP) project, which aims to “develop innovative, efficient and cost-effective solutions for the indexing, search and full transcription of historical handwritten document images, using modern, holistic Handwritten Text ...

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