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Knowledge Representation and Digital Scholarly Editions in Theory and Practice

Clement, Tanya (17 févr. 2014)

In Transition: Selected Poems by the Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven is a publicly available scholarly edition of twelve unpublished poems written by Freytag-Loringhoven between 1923 and 1927. This edition provides access to a textual performance of her creative work in a digital environment. ...

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Challenging the Myth of Presentation in Digital Editions

Turska, Magdalena et al. (22 sept. 2016)

Are the data of an edition means to a particular and privileged presentation, or is the presentation a side effect? Because of the changing nature of computer systems, with constant progression in hardware and software, the encoded texts are the most important long-term outcome of the project—the ...

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The Present and Future of the TEI Community for Manuscript Encoding

Burghart, Marjorie et al. (22 janv. 2014)

This article provides a detailed analysis of the current state, needs, and desires of members of the TEI community working with manuscript material, based on the results of a survey carried out by the authors. An analysis of the survey results provides insights into the practices, problems, and ...

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Editorial Introduction to the Third Issue

Bański, Piotr et al. (5 nov. 2012)

Linguistics had a strong presence at the TEI’s beginnings, being represented by names as significant as those of Nancy Ide, Donald E. Walker, and Antonio Zampolli. Linguistics was mentioned explicitly in the names of two of its three founding organizations: Association for Computers and the ...

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The Linked Fragment: TEI and the Encoding of Text Reuses of Lost Authors

Berti, Monica et al. (18 nov. 2015)

This paper presents a joint project of the Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig, the Perseus Digital Library at Tufts University, and the Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies to produce a new open series of Greek and Latin fragmentary authors. Such authors are lost and ...

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Editorial Introduction to Issue 8 of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative

Ciula, Arianna et al. (28 nov. 2015)

We are pleased to introduce the eighth issue of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative featuring selected peer reviewed papers from the 2013 TEI Conference and Members Meeting, which was held at Università della Sapienza in Rome, 2–5 October. Like all TEI conferences, this was an ...

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The Evolution of the Text Encoding Initiative: From Research Project to Research Infrastructure

Burnard, Lou (25 juin 2013)

It is twenty-five years since the Text Encoding Initiative was first launched as a research project following an international conference funded by the US National Endowment for the Humanities. This article describes some key stages in its subsequent evolution from research project into research ...

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Texts and Documents: New Challenges for TEI Interchange and Lessons from the Shelley-Godwin Archive

Muñoz, Trevor et al. (18 nov. 2015)

The introduction in 2011 of additional “document-focused” (as opposed to “text-focused”) elements represents a significant additional commitment to modeling two distinct ontologies for textual data within the standard governed by the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Guidelines. A brief review ...

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The TEI Critical Apparatus Toolbox: Empowering Textual Scholars through Display, Control, and Comparison Features

Burghart, Marjorie (30 janv. 2017)

The various mechanisms offered by the TEI schema and Guidelines for the encoding of critical editions suffer from one major shortcoming: the lack of user-friendly tools allowing philologists and their readers to display and process TEI-encoded editions. After witnessing –and personally ...

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PhiloLogic4: An Abstract TEI Query System

Allen, Timothy et al. (25 juin 2013)

A common problem for TEI software development is that projects develop their own custom software stack to address the semantic intricacies present in a deeply-encoded TEI corpus. This article describes the design of version 4 of the PhiloLogic corpus query engine, which is designed to handle ...

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