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Unser Symposium: "Plotting Poetry II: Bringing Deep Learning to Computational Poetry Analysis" • Rhythmicalizer • Fachbereich Philosophie und Geisteswissenschaften
Dr. Clara Martinez & Dr. Pablo Ruiz: Computational Stylistics: The Case of Enjambments Prof. Dr. David Birnbaum: The automatic detection of Russian rhyme via Pocket
conference  literature  poetry 
8 weeks ago by kintopp
Shakespearean Sonnets' rhymes analysis - Online Technical Discussion Groups—Wolfram Community
Shakespearean sonnets are composed with the rhyme scheme ABAB CDCD EFEF GG , which means that each verse with the same label needs to rhyme. An example is the famous sonnet 18: A: Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? B: Thou art more lovely and more temperate. via Pocket
analysis  poetry  shakespeare  text  wolfram 
november 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
Adventures in Narrated Reality — Artists and Machine Intelligence — Medium
In May 2015, Stanford PhD student Andrej Karpathy wrote a blog post entitled The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Recurrent Neural Networks and released a code repository called Char-RNN. via Pocket
creative  literature  poetry  ml  deep 
august 2016 by kintopp
rhymeDesign | home
RhymeDesign is a system for querying complex rhyme in a poem. RhymeDesign was developed at the University of Utah as part of an ongoing collaboration between researchers in data visualization, natural language processing and poetry scholarship. via Pocket
analysis  poetry  sound  tools 
november 2015 by kintopp
New Jorge Luis Borges-Inspired Project Will Test Whether Robots Can Appreciate Poetry | Open Culture
Jorge Luis Borges, as any reader of his stories knows, had a lot of ideas. Some of his ideas must have seemed pretty fantastical when he wrote stories around them from the 1920s to the 1950s. via Pocket
literature  poetry  recognition  search  text  images 
june 2015 by kintopp
The Story of Stopwords: Topic Modeling an Ekphrastic Tradition | Lisa Marie Rhody
Posted by Conferences, Digital Humanities, Reflection, Research, revisingekphrasis, Talks, Topic Modeling | The following paper was first presented on July 9, 2014 at DH2014 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The slides can be found here. via Pocket
methodology  poetry  topic  modeling 
may 2015 by kintopp
Imagery Lenses for Visualizing Text Corpora | Oxford e-Research Centre
Poem Viewer provides poetry scholars with a “magic lens” for observing many different attributes of a poem along its textual structure, and for comparing a poem with other poems or texts in such a multi-dimensional attribute space. via Pocket
analysis  language  poetry  sound  text  tools  visualization 
may 2015 by kintopp
BBC - Radio 4 - Today Programme Arts Report
If I have a son, he shall salute the lords and ladies who unfurl green hoods to the March rains, and shall know them afterwards by their scarlet fruit. via Pocket
nature  poetry 
february 2015 by kintopp

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