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== Corpus and comparative analysis ==
 
== Corpus and comparative analysis ==

Revision as of 17:04, 11 January 2012

Here are a few proposed topical groups for the bootcamp. These are of course subject to tweaking and change.

  • Doug: stemmatology, interface, linking
  • Alan: linking, standards, security layer
  • Henry: Approximation / matching algorithms, search tools, output best practices
  • Jeff: Collation, morphology, version control
  • Christof: simple TEI, smart search, usability
  • Dirk: citable queries
  • Armin: stemmatology, digital representation of editions
  • Maria: colocations, graphical representation
  • Jim: pass
  • Marco: corpus analysis, markup analysis
  • Troy: TEI text repository as webservice, apparatus editor
  • Zeth: generic regularization of word forms
  • Neven: corpus analysis, comparative analysis, citable queries
  • Asaf: annotation, linked data, FRBR
  • Moritz: robust standoff annotation, automatic dating of manuscripts
  • Anna: linked data, rdf/ontologies, using the markup
  • Russell: similarity, text re-use
  • Xiaohan: collation, RDF, opensocial
  • Thomas: semantic/linked data <- TEI, annotation frameworks, network visualizations
  • Tara: comparative analysis, stemmatology

Linked data

  • Interested: Asaf, Dirk, Jim, Armin, Neven, Moritz, Anna, Thomas
  • Ideas: ontology, text reuse, citable queries

Annotation/tagging and Linked Data

  • Interested: Asaf, Alan, Dirk, Armin, Maria, Marco, Moritz, Thomas
  • Ideas:
    • Automatically generate OAC annotations from TEI, e.g. link names/places to Wikipedia entries / Geonames: Asaf, Dirk
    • Automatically extract selected RDF from TEI files: Thomas, Alan, Anna
    • Clients (maybe OpenSocial): Jim
      • Annotating: Marco
      • Browsing: Moritz
    • Citable queries, including results at a certain time
    • Bridge for closed annotations (Facebook/Google comments, ...) into the open: Thomas
  • keywords that have not yielded ideas so far: ontology, text reuse

Corpus and comparative analysis

  • interested: Henry, Jeff, Christof, Maria, Marco, Troy, Zeth, Neven, Russell, Xiaohan, Anna
  • Ideas:
    • RegularisationTool
    • morphology,
    • regularization,
    • apparatus editing,
    • text reuse,
    • similarity

Stemmatology

  • Interested: Tara, Doug, Armin

User Interface

  • Interested: Doug, Alan, Henry, Jeff, Christof, Henry, Zeth, ...everyone.

Standards

  • Interested: ...everyone

Security layer

  • TBD, as ever