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Evaluating the Practices and Legacy of the Enlightenment on 19th Century Print Culture | ARTFL Project Research Blog
While the ARTFL Project had built text alignment packages in the past, this system was not built for very large-scale comparisons -- 100,000+ document ranges. As such, we wanted to create a new software package that could retain the strengths of PhiloLine while addressing the problem of scalability. via Pocket
analysis  artfl  paper  text  tools 
9 weeks ago by kintopp
A survey of OpenRefine reconciliation services
Full-text links: Download: Which authors of this paper are endorsers? | Disable MathJax (What is MathJax?) Browse v0.2. via Pocket
api  metadata  paper  reconcile  tools 
11 weeks ago by kintopp
🌻 The Best and Most Current of Modern Natural Language Processing
Over the last two years, the Natural Language Processing community has witnessed an acceleration in progress on a wide range of different tasks and applications. via Pocket
bestof  books  learn  lists  nlp  paper  resources 
may 2019 by kintopp
Evaluating Data Quality in Europeana: Metrics for Multilinguality | SpringerLink
1.Albertoni, R., De Martino, M., Podesta, P.: A linkset quality metric measuring multilingual gain in SKOS thesauri. In: LDQ@ ESWC (2015)Google Scholar2.Bellini, E., Nesi, P.: Metadata quality assessment tool for open access cultural heritage institutional repositories. In: Nesi, P., Santucci, R. via Pocket
data  europe  infrastructure  metadata  metrics  paper  quality 
march 2019 by kintopp
Introduction: Re-viewing Digital Technologies and Art History /
A widespread opinion within the academic community is that art historians have been left behind by the digital turn in the humanities (see Greenhalgh 2004, Zorich 2012, and the in this issue). via Pocket
analysis  arthistory  images  paper  tools 
february 2019 by kintopp
Visual object recognition in datasets of pre-modern images | Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing (HCI)
Objectives The main objectives of this research project are 1) to develop a tool for category-level object recognition of object categories such as crowns and swords in an image collection of medieval manuscripts 2) to identify different artistic workshops in the image collection 3) to develop a cla via Pocket
analysis  art  paper  visualization 
february 2019 by kintopp
Historiography’s Two Voices: Data Infrastructure and History at Scale in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (ODNB) « CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics
Peer-Reviewed By: Matt Erlin  Clusters: Data, Infrastructure Article DOI: 10.22148/16.028 Dataverse DOI: 10.7910/DVN/D3KFLP PDF DOI: 10.31235/ Journal ISSN: 2371-4549 Cite: Christopher N. via Pocket
analysis  biography  oxford  paper  people 
february 2019 by kintopp - Computational Methods in the Humanities 2018
Copyright © 2018 for the individual papers by the papers' authors. Copying permitted for private and academic purposes. This volume is published and copyrighted by it editor. via Pocket
dh  methodology  paper  swiss  workshop 
january 2019 by kintopp
Towards a Model for Encoding Correspondence in the TEI: Developing and Implementing <correspDesc>
Towards a Model for Encoding Correspondence in the TEI: Developing and Implementing <correspDesc>
api  germany  letters  metadata  paper  standards  tei 
november 2018 by kintopp
[1611.05118] The Amazing Mysteries of the Gutter: Drawing Inferences Between Panels in Comic Book Narratives
Authors:Mohit Iyyer, Varun Manjunatha, Anupam Guha, Yogarshi Vyas, Jordan Boyd-Graber, Hal Daumé III, Larry Davis v1), last revised 7 May 2017 (this version, v2)) Abstract: Visual narrative is often a combination of explicit information and judicious omissions, relying on the vie via Pocket
comics  datasets  images  learn  ml  narrative  paper  text 
november 2018 by kintopp
Automatic art analysis has been mostly focused on classifying artworks into different artistic styles. However, understanding an artistic representation involves more complex processes, such as identifying the elements in the scene or recognizing author influences. via Pocket
analysis  art  paper  semantic  deep 
november 2018 by kintopp
[1809.08937] Networks and the Resilience and Fall of Empires: a Macro-Comparison of the Imperium Romanum and Imperial China
Authors: Johannes Preiser-Kapeller Abstract: This paper proposes to proceed from a rather metaphorical application of network terminology on polities and imperial formations of the past to an actual use of tools and concepts of network science. via Pocket
chinese  history  infrastructure  networks  paper  roman  routes 
november 2018 by kintopp
Characterizing the Google Books Corpus
"Characterizing the Google Books Corpus: Strong Limits to Inferences of Socio-Cultural and Linguistic Evolution" Just read the introduction. Please.
paper  data  google  methodology  debates 
november 2018 by kintopp
Weakly Supervised Object Detection in Artworks
We propose a method for the weakly supervised detection of objects in paintings. At training time, only image-level annotations are needed. This enables one to learn new classes on-the-fly from globally annotated databases, avoiding the tedious task of manually marking objects. We also introduce a new database, IconArt, on which we perform detection experiments on classes that could not be learned on photographs, such as Jesus Child or Saint Sebastian. To the best of our knowledge, these are the first experiments dealing with the automatic (and in our case weakly supervised) detection of iconographic elements in paintings.
art  iconography  images  paper  recognition  arthistory  ml 
november 2018 by kintopp
SW4CH 2017 - Second International Workshop on Semantic Web for Cultural Heritage
Welcome and motivation for the workshop. Slides Abstract. One of the main problems of the current Digital Libraries (DLs) is the limitation of the discovery services offered to the users, which typically boil down to returning a ranked list of objects in response to a natural language query. via Pocket
conference  culture  diglib  paper  semantic 
november 2018 by kintopp
What Is a Computational Essay?—Stephen Wolfram Blog
People are used to producing prose—and sometimes pictures—to express themselves. But in the modern age of computation, something new has become possible that I’d like to call the computational essay. via Pocket
computing  interactive  paper  publishing  wolfram 
september 2018 by kintopp
Frontiers | On Poetic Topic Modeling: Extracting Themes and Motifs From a Corpus of Spanish Poetry | Digital Humanities
This paper analyzes the application of LDA topic modeling to a corpus of poetry. First, it explains how the most coherent LDA-topics have been established by running several tests and automatically evaluating the coherence of the resulting LDA-topics. via Pocket
literature  paper  poetry  spain  topics 
june 2018 by kintopp
Data Quality and Data Cleansing of Semantic Data | SpringerLink
Acosta M, Zaveri A, Simperl E, Kontokostas D, Auer S, Lehmann J (2013) Crowdsourcing linked data quality assessment. In: Proceedings of the 12th international semantic web conference (ISWC). Lecture notes in computer science, vol 8219. via Pocket
datasets  paper  quality  renconcile  semantic 
may 2018 by kintopp
The Code4Lib Journal – FAIR Principles for Library, Archive and Museum Collections: A proposal for standards for reusable collections
Many heritage institutions would like their collections to be open and reusable but fail to achieve that situation because of organizational, legal and technological barriers. A set of guidelines and best practices is proposed to facilitate the process of making heritage collections reusable. via Pocket
archives  copyright  ip  legal  museums  paper 
may 2018 by kintopp
Frontiers | Interlinking Large-scale Library Data with Authority Records | Digital Humanities
In the area of Linked Open Data (LOD), meaningful and high-performance interlinking of different datasets has become an ongoing challenge. Necessary tasks are supported by established standards and software, e.g., for the transformation, storage, interlinking, and publication of data. via Pocket
biography  infrastructure  linkeddata  paper  people  swiss 
may 2018 by kintopp
Advances in Digital Scholarly Editing
As the papers in this volume testify, digital scholarly editing is a vibrant practice. Scholarly editing has a long-standing tradition in the humanities. via Pocket
books  conference  editing  editions  paper 
march 2018 by kintopp
The Dacura Data Curation System | SpringerLink
1.Zaveri, A., Rula, A., Maurino, A., Pietrobon, R., Lehmann, J., Auer, S., Hitzler, P.: Quality assessment methodologies for linked open data. Semant. Web J. 7, 63–93 (2013)CrossRefGoogle Scholar2.Millard, I., Glaser, H., Salvadores, M., Shadbolt, N. via Pocket
data  paper  quality 
february 2018 by kintopp
Artl@s Bulletin | Vol 6 | Iss 3
Visualizing Networks: Approaches to Network Analysis in Art History
arthistory  journals  networks  paper 
december 2017 by kintopp
Computer vision so good. – Barnes Foundation – Medium
Many of you are following the stories about the revamp of our collection online and the use of computer vision to create needed keywords, but also to identify objects that share visual similarities. via Pocket
art  paper  ml  deep 
december 2017 by kintopp
The 9 Deep Learning Papers You Need To Know About &#40&#85nderstanding C&#78&#78s Part 3&#41 – Adit Deshpande – CS Undergrad at UCLA ('19)
In this post, we’ll go into summarizing a lot of the new and important developments in the field of computer vision and convolutional neural networks. We’ll look at some of the most important papers that have been published over the last 5 years and discuss why they’re so important. via Pocket
learn  paper  deep 
october 2017 by kintopp
Timelines Revisited
Figure: Chronological and sequential timelines depicting the daily routines of famous creative people, coloured by activity and faceted by person (data from Podio). There are many ways to visualize event sequences as timelines. via Pocket
paper  time  timelines  visualization 
october 2017 by kintopp
LODLAM 2017 - YouTube
ResearchSpace - a native Linked Data system via Pocket
database  linkeddata  mellon  museums  paper  uk 
october 2017 by kintopp
The Vision of Linked Open Data: Martin Wong and the METRO Network – The METRO Fellowship
This post appears as part of my 8-month fellowship with the Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO), which ended in June 2017. My project was entitled “Interlinking Resources, Diversifying Representation: Linked Open Data in the METRO Community”. via Pocket
culture  linkeddata  paper  usa 
october 2017 by kintopp
Temporal networks
bibliography presentations demos
bibliography  graphs  networks  paper  talk  time 
october 2017 by kintopp
Frontiers | Interlinking Large-scale Library Data with Authority Records | Digital Humanities
In the area of Linked Open Data (LOD), meaningful and high-performance interlinking of different datasets has become an ongoing challenge. Necessary tasks are supported by established standards and software, e.g., for the transformation, storage, interlinking, and publication of data. via Pocket
bibliography  diglib  libraries  linkeddata  paper 
august 2017 by kintopp
Female Involvement, Membership, and Centrality: A Social Network Analysis of the Hartlib Circle - Bourke - 2017 - Literature Compass - Wiley Online Library
This article builds upon the pioneering work of Carol Pal, Lynette Hunter, Ruth Connolly and Michelle DiMeo by carrying out an extensive social network analysis of the Hartlib Papers. By adapting the methodology recently developed by Ruth Ahnert and Sebastian E. via Pocket
graphs  history  paper  social  uk 
august 2017 by kintopp
[1703.07138] Historical collaborative geocoding
Full-text links: Download: (license) Bookmark (what is this?) Title: Historical collaborative geocoding Authors: Rémi Cura, Bertrand Dumenieu, Julien Perret, Maurizio Gribaudi v1), last revised 22 Mar 2017 (this version, v2)) Abstract: The latest developments in digital have pro via Pocket
collaboration  geo  history  paper  text 
april 2017 by kintopp
The Migrant Letter Digitised: Visualising Metadata « CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics
Within the digital humanities, social network analysis - using digital technologies to examine the relationship between people, places and things - has explored a wide range of digital communication formats, from emails to tweets. via Pocket
letters  paper  visualization 
april 2017 by kintopp
Unpaired Image-to-Image Translation using Cycle-Consistent Adversarial Networks
Jun-Yan Zhu* Taesung Park* Phillip Isola Alexei A. Efros UC Berkeley [Paper] [GitHub] Abstract Image-to-image translation is a class of vision and graphics problems where the goal is to learn the mapping between an input image and an output image using a training set of aligned image pairs. via Pocket
art  images  paper  deep 
april 2017 by kintopp
Linked Data and Cultural Heritage Data
culture  europe  linkeddata  paper 
april 2017 by kintopp
datasymposium | Just another site
The development of software in the digital humanities has so far followed the pattern of customised tools for particular projects. via Pocket
conference  humanities  models  paper  talk 
april 2017 by kintopp
The Code4Lib Journal – Peripleo: a Tool for Exploring Heterogeneous Data through the Dimensions of Space and Time
This article introduces Peripleo, a prototype spatiotemporal search and visualization tool. via Pocket
api  geo  metadata  paper  tools 
april 2017 by kintopp
Machine Classifications | ARTFL Encyclopédie Project
Diderot and D'Alembert's Encyclopédie might almost have been designed as a document classification exercise. For starters, it comes complete with a branching, hierarchical ontology of classes of knowledge. via Pocket
analysis  artfl  paper  topics 
november 2016 by kintopp
From grey dots to trenches to field books - news in heritage crowdsourcing - Open Objects
Apparently you can finish a thesis but you can’t stop scanning for articles and blog posts on your topic. Sharing them here is a good way to shake the ‘I should be doing something with this’ feeling. via Pocket
crowdsourcing  paper 
may 2016 by kintopp
Developing Infrastructure to Support Closer Collaboration of Aggregators with Open Repositories
This paper was presented at the 44th LIBER International Conference in London, on 24–26 June, 2015. The CORE team would like to thank the Dashboard volunteer testers, Nick Sheppard and Chris Biggs for their comments and feedback. Allard, S.L., Mack, T.R., & Feltner-Reichert, M. (2005). via Pocket
infrastructure  paper 
may 2016 by kintopp
Data fluidity in DARIAH – pushing the agenda forward
Abstract : This paper provides both an update concerning the setting up of the European DARIAH infrastructure and a series of strong action lines related to the development of a data centred strategy for the humanities in the coming years. via Pocket
dariah  data  infrastructure  paper  preservation  standards 
may 2016 by kintopp
Europeana Strategy 2020: ‘We transform the world with culture’
Europeana started 5 years ago as a big political idea to unite Europe through culture by making our heritage available to all for work, learning or pleasure. via Pocket
europe  infrastructure  paper  strategy 
february 2016 by kintopp
Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication
Log in Register Editorial Mapping the Landscape of Research Data: How JLSC Contributors View this Rapidly Emerging Terrain Gail Clement, Lisa Schiff 22 Sep 2015 3 (2):1-11 Commentary Going Beyond Availability: Truly Accessible Research Data Wendy Walker, Teressa via Pocket
datasets  open  access  paper  repository  standards 
september 2015 by kintopp
Reflections on Digital Art History
With “Reflections on Digital Art History,” inaugurates a new field of coverage, since our future is now. In fact, immediately prior to drafting these remarks, I noticed a headline on Hyperallergic. via Pocket
arthistory  paper  journals 
august 2015 by kintopp - Conference on Biographical Data in a Digital World 2015
Copyright © 2015 for the individual papers by the papers' authors. Copying permitted for private and academic purposes. This volume is published and copyrighted by its editors. via Pocket
biography  conference  linked  data  paper  prosopography  talk 
july 2015 by kintopp
The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Recurrent Neural Networks
There’s something magical about Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs). I still remember when I trained my first recurrent network for Image Captioning. via Pocket
learn  paper  text  deep 
june 2015 by kintopp
Making Islamic-style paper - Collection Care blog
The British Library Centre for Conservation recently hosted a professional course on Traditions of Papermaking in the Islamic World, organised by The Islamic Manuscript Association, in association with the Thesaurus Islamicus Foundation. Add Or Ms 1699: A 19th c. via Pocket
art  manuscripts  paper 
april 2015 by kintopp

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