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A TEI Schema for the Representation of Computer-mediated Communication

Beißwenger, Michael et al. (5 nov. 2012)

The paper presents an XML schema for the representation of genres of computer-mediated communication (CMC) that is compliant with the encoding framework defined by the TEI. It was designed for the annotation of CMC documents in the project Deutsches Referenzkorpus zur internetbasierten Kommunikation ...

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Selected Papers from the 2010 TEI Conference

Budin, Gerhard et al. (3 févr. 2012)

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The DTA “Base Format”: A TEI Subset for the Compilation of a Large Reference Corpus of Printed Text from Multiple Sources

Haaf, Susanne et al. (18 nov. 2015)

In this article we describe the DTA “Base Format” (DTABf), a strict subset of the TEI P5 tag set. The purpose of the DTABf is to provide a balance between expressiveness and precision as well as an interoperable annotation scheme for a large variety of text types of historical corpora of printed ...

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TEICHI and the Tools Paradox

Pape, Sebastian et al. (12 juin 2012)

This paper presents a newly developed framework for online publishing of scholarly text editions based on the TEI Guidelines. At the core of our publishing framework is support for delivery of TEI-encoded documents in Drupal, a popular, fairly powerful, and modular content management system (CMS). ...

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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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Computational Work with Very Large Text Collections

Unsworth, John (17 févr. 2014)

This essay will address the challenges and possibilities presented to the Text Encoding Initiative, particularly in the area of interoperability, by the very large text collections (on the order of millions of volumes) being made available for computational work in environments where the texts can ...

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Materiality of TEI Encoding and Decoding: An Analysis of the Western European Union Archives on Armament Policy

Armaselu, Florentina et al. (22 sept. 2016)

By combining traditional historical enquiry with TEI XML encoding and decoding in a corpus analysis phase, the project aims at addressing research questions mainly related to the French and British positions on the topics of armament design and production and of armament control within the Western ...

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Editorial Introduction to the First Issue

Schreibman, Susan (17 févr. 2014)

On behalf of the Board of the Text Encoding Initiative and my co-editors, Markus Flatscher and Kevin Hawkins, I am delighted to announce the publication of the inaugural issue of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative. This Journal has been nearly three years in the making. It was a natural ...

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Islandora and TEI: Current and Emerging Applications/Approaches

Stapelfeldt, Kirsta et al. (25 juin 2013)

Islandora is an open-source software framework developed since 2006 by the University of Prince Edward Island's Robertson Library. The Islandora framework is designed to ease the management of security and workflow for digital assets, and to help implementers create custom interfaces for display, ...

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Resolving the Durand Conundrum

Burnard, Lou (24 janv. 2014)

This paper proposes a minor but significant modification to the TEI ODD language and explores some of its implications. Can we improve on the present compromise whereby TEI content models are expressed in RELAX NG? A very small set of additional elements would permit the ODD language to cut its ties ...

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