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JudaicaLink
Scholarly reference works like encyclopediae, glossars, or catalogs function as guides to a scholarly domain and as anchor points and manifestations of scholarly work. On the web of Linked Data, they can take on a key function to interlink resources related to the described concepts. JudaicaLink provides support to publish and interlink existing reference works of the Jewish culture and history as Linked Data. We are currently in the planning phase with several maintainers and publishers of such reference works. Stay tuned for further information.
culture  germany  hebrew  linkeddata  resources  semantic 
5 weeks ago by kintopp
Find Variant - Kima
What's Inside Each entry in this database consists of preferred forms of a toponym (both in Hebrew-script and in its English normalized form), variant Hebrew-script names and their transcriptions, together with their extant historical attestations, a calculated historical span of use, and geographic via Pocket
api  gazetteer  hebrew  text 
5 weeks ago by kintopp
Kima Historical Gazetteer – Place Names in the Hebrew Script. An open, attestation based, historical database.
The Pelagios Resource Development Grant of the first round has enabled us to launch the project Kima, a Hebrew script, attestation-based historical gazetteer. See also http://data.geo-kima.org
datasets  gazetteer  hebrew 
may 2019 by kintopp
KIMA02: Towards a Sustainable Gazetteer | Pelagios Commons
The Pelagios Resource Development Grant of the first round has enabled us to launch the project Kima, a Hebrew script, attestation-based historical gazetteer. via Pocket
gazetteer  hebrew 
february 2018 by kintopp
Natural Language Processing of Rabbinic Texts: Contexts, Challenges, Opportunities | The Talmud Blog
The Talmud Blog is happy to continue our series on the interface of Digital Humanities and the study of Rabbinic Literature with a post by Marton Ribary of University of Manchester. I read Michael Satlow’s enthusiastic report on the Classical Philology Goes Digital Workshop with great pleasure. via Pocket
hebrew  nlp 
may 2017 by kintopp

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