Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 16/Sep/2019
8:30am
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9:30am
RegMon: Registration
Location: Aisle
9:30am
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5:30pm
WS 1: Interface design and user involvement – Wiennerisches Diarium Digital
Location: Seminar Room LS 15.03
 

Interface design and user involvement – Wiennerisches Diarium Digital

D. Kampkaspar

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

WS 2: An introduction to Schematron and Schematron QuickFix
Location: Seminar Room LS 15.02
 

An introduction to Schematron and Schematron QuickFix

D. Maus

Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, Germany

5:00pm
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6:00pm
BCM: TEI Board & Council Meeting
Location: ZIM-ACDH Seminar Room
Date: Tuesday, 17/Sep/2019
8:30am
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9:30am
RegTue: Registration
Location: Aisle
9:00am
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12:30pm
WS 3: Minimalist TEI Publishing with CETEIcean
Location: Seminar Room LS 15.02
 

Minimalist TEI Publishing with CETEIcean (/sɪˈti:ʃn/)

R. Viglianti1, H. Cayless2

1: University of Maryland; 2: Duke University

9:30am
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5:30pm
WS 4: Hands-on TEI publishing
Location: Seminar Room LS 15.01
 

Hands-on TEI publishing

M. Turska, W. Meier

eXist solutions

2:00pm
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3:30pm
SIG 1: Periodicals
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
SIG 3: Manuscripts
Location: Seminar Room LS 15.03
SIG 6: Text and Graphics
Location: Seminar Room LS 15.02
4:00pm
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5:30pm
SIG 2: Linguistics
Location: Seminar Room LS 15.03
SIG 4: Ontology
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
SIG 5: Correspondence
Location: Seminar Room LS 15.02
6:00pm
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6:30pm
Opening: Opening Ceremony
Location: 'Aula' Reception Hall
6:30pm
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7:30pm
OK: Opening Keynote
Location: 'Aula' Reception Hall
Chair: Georg Vogeler, University of Graz
 

What is text, really? A stylometrist’s rant

J. Rybicki

Jagiellonian University Krakow, Poland

7:30pm
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9:30pm
OR: Opening Reception (Drinks and Walking Dinner)
Location: 'Aula' Reception Hall
Date: Wednesday, 18/Sep/2019
8:00am
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9:00am
RegWed: Registration
Location: Aisle
9:00am
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10:30am
Wed 1a: TEI and models of text I
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: Elisa Beshero-Bondar, U of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
 

A realistic theory of textuality and its consequences on digital text representation

F. Ciotti

Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy



Genesis and Variance: From Letter to Literature

T. Roeder

Leopoldina - National Academiy of Sciences, Germany



Between freedom and formalisation: a hypergraph model for representing the nature of text

E. Bleeker, B. Buitendijk, R. Haentjens Dekker

Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences, Netherlands, The

Wed 1b: TEI, formal ontologies, controlled vocabularies and Linked Open Data I
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12
Chair: Magdalena Turska, eXist solutions
 

Making Linkable Data from Account Books: Bookkeeping Ontology in the Digital Edition Publishing Cooperative for Historical Accounts

C. Pollin1, K. Tomasek2

1: University of Graz; 2: Wheaton College, Massachusetts, United States of America



Inscriptions, Hieroglyphs, Linguistics… and Beyond! The Corpus of Classic Mayan as an Ontological Information Resource

F. Diehr1, S. Gronemeyer2,4, U. Sikora3, C. Prager2, M. Brodhun3, E. Wagner2, K. Diederichs2, N. Grube2

1: Prussian Heritage Foundation, Berlin, Germany; 2: University of Bonn, Germany; 3: State and University Library Göttingen, Germany; 4: La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

10:30am
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11:00am
Break1: Coffee Break
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.01
11:00am
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12:30pm
Wed 2a: TEI and models of text II
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: Laurent Romary, Inria
 

Reflecting the Influence of Technology on Models of Text in Scholarly Digital Editing

J. Josfeld, G. L. Simpson

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany



Introducing Objectification: when is an <object> a <place>?

J. Cummings

Newcastle University, United Kingdom



An Encoding Strategic Proposal of “Ruby” Texts: Examples from Japanese Texts

K. Okada1, S. Nakamura2, K. Nagasaki3

1: National Institute of Japanese Literature, Japan; 2: The University of Tokyo, Japan; 3: International Institute for Digital Humanities, Japan



Referencing annotations as a core concept of the hallerNet edition and research platform

P. Daengeli1,2, C. Forney2

1: Cologne Center for eHumanities, Germany; 2: Institute of History, University of Bern, Switzerland



Recreating history through events

C. Fritze1, H. Klug2, S. Kurz3, C. Steindl1

1: Austrian National Library; 2: University of Graz / Centre for Information Modelling - Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities; 3: Austrian Academy of Sciences / Institute for Modern and Contemporary Historical Research

Wed 2b: TEI, formal ontologies, controlled vocabularies and Linked Open Data II
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12
Chair: Frank Fischer, Higher School of Economics, Moscow
 

Modeling FRBR Entities and their Relationships with TEI: A Look at HallerNet Bibliographic Descriptions

A. Rojas Castro

Universität zu Köln-Cologne Center for eHumanities



Karl Kraus contra …, or: text contra action

K. Prager1, V. Hannesschlaeger2, I. Boerner2

1: Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Digital History, Austria; 2: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria



Referencing an editorial ontology from the TEI: An attempt to overcome informal typologies

J. Šimek

Universität Heidelberg, Germany



Text Graph Ontology. A Semantic Web approach to represent genetic scholarly editions

P. Hinkelmanns

Universität Salzburg, Austria



A Tool for adding word Annotations into TEI Files.

B. Gaiffe

ATILF-CNRS, France

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch1: Lunch Break
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Wed 3a: TEI and models of text III
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: James Cummings, Newcastle University
 

Document Modeling with the TEI Critical Apparatus

E. Beshero-Bondar1, H. Cayless2, R. Viglianti3, J. Cummings4

1: U of Pittsburgh at Greensburg; 2: Duke University; 3: University of Maryland; 4: Newcastle University

Wed 3b: TEI across corpora, languages, and cultures I
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12
Chair: Georg Vogeler, University of Graz
 

Growing collections of TEI texts: Some lessons from SARIT

P. McAllister

Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria



Towards larger corpora of Indic texts: For now, minimize metatext

H. Trikha

Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria



Encoding history in TEI: A corpus-oriented approach for investigating Tibetan historiography

M. Fermer

Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break2: Coffee Break
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.01
3:30pm
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5:00pm
Wed 4a: TEI and models of text IV
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: Claudia Resch, Austrian Academy of Sciences
 

Exploring TEI structures to find distinctive features of text types

S. Haaf

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany



Reconceiving TEI models of theatrical performance text with reference to promptbooks

J. Roberts-Smith1, J. Takeda2, M. Kaethler3, T. Malone4, J. Jenstad5

1: University of Waterloo, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia; 3: Medicine Hat College; 4: SUNY Oswego; 5: University of Victoria, Canada



What is a Line? Encoding and Counting Lines in Early Modern Dramatic Texts

J. A. Jenstad1, J. Takeda2, B. Greatley-Hirsch3, J. Mardock4

1: University of Victoria, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia, Canada; 3: University of Leeds, UK; 4: University of Nevada at Reno, USA

Wed 4b: TEI across corpora, languages, and cultures II
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12
Chair: Martin David Holmes, University of Victoria
 

Advantages and challenges of tokenized TEI

M. Janssen

Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal



Modelling linguistic knowledge in TEI: the case of the Vienna Corpus of Arabic Varieties

K. Mörth, D. Schopper

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria



A sign of the times: medieval punctuation, its encoding and its rendition in modern times

E. Cugliana1, G. Barabucci2

1: Università Ca' Foscari Venezia, Italy / Universität zu Köln, Germany; 2: Universität zu Köln, Germany

5:30pm
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7:00pm
CT1: City Walking Tour 1: Schlossberg – Explore the Castle Hill
6:30pm
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10:00pm
Dinner: Conference Dinner
Location: 'Aula' Reception Hall
Date: Thursday, 19/Sep/2019
8:00am
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9:00am
RegThu: Registration
Location: Aisle
9:00am
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10:30am
Thu 1a: TEI simplification and extension I
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: Christiane Fritze, Austrian National Library
 

Opportunities and challenges of the TEI for scholarly journals in the Humanities

A. Baillot

Le Mans Université, France



Archiving a TEI project FAIRly

A. Creamer, G. Lembi, E. Mylonas, M. Satlow

Brown University, United States of America



Creating high-quality print from TEI documents

B. Ruef1, W. Meier2

1: Law Sources Foundation of the Swiss Lawyers Society, Switzerland; 2: eXist Solutions GmbH

Thu 1b: TEI annotation and publication I
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12
Chair: Susanne Haaf, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities
 

Analyzing and Visualizing Uncertain Knowledge: Introducing the PROVIDEDH Open Science Platform

A. Benito1, M. Doran3, J. Edmond3, M. Kozak2, C. Mazurek2, A. Rodríguez1, R. Therón1, E. Wandl-Vogt4

1: University of Salamanca, Spain; 2: Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland; 3: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; 4: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austria



The Prefabricated Website: Who Needs a Server Anyway?

M. D. Holmes1, J. Takeda2

1: University of Victoria, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia, Canada



correspSearch v2 – New ways of exploring correspondence

S. Dumont, S. Grabsch, J. Müller-Laackman

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany

10:30am
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11:00am
Break3: Coffee Break
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.01
11:00am
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12:30pm
Thu 2a: TEI environments and infrastructures II
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: Franz Fischer, Ca' Foscari Università Venezia
 

Parla-CLARIN: TEI guidelines for corpora of parliamentary proceedings

T. Erjavec1, A. Pančur2

1: Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia; 2: Institute of Contemporary History, Slovenia



Challenges in encoding parliamentary data: between applause and interjections

T. Wissik

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria



A TEI customization for the description of paper and watermarks

E. R. Mueller

University of Iceland, Iceland



How we tripled our encoding speed in the Digital Victorian Periodical Project

M. D. Holmes, K. Fralick, K. Fukushima, S. Karlson

University of Victoria, Canada



Manuscripta - The editor from past to future

P. Granholm1, L.-J. Olsson2

1: National Library of Sweden, Sweden; 2: Språkbanken, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Thu 2b: TEI annotation and publication II
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12
Chair: Pip Willcox, The National Archives
 

TEI Lex-0: a good fit for the encoding of the Portuguese Academy Dictionary?

A. Salgado1, R. Costa1, T. Tasovac2

1: NOVA CLUNL, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa; 2: Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities, Serbia



Validating @selector: a regular expression adventure

S. Bauman

Northeastern University / Digital Scholarship Group, United States of America



TEI encoding of correspondence: A community effort

S. Dumont2, S. Haaf2, S. Seifert1

1: University of Potsdam, Germany; 2: Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BBAW)

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch2: Lunch Break
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Members' Meeting
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: Kathryn Tomasek, Wheaton College
3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break4: Coffee Break
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.01
3:30pm
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4:30pm
Demo pres. A: Demonstrations A
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: Roman Bleier, University of Graz
 

Van Gogh Letters: the TEI Publisher clone

M. Turska, W. Meier

eXist solutions



TEITOK – TEI based annotated corpora

M. Janssen

Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal



Character counting

S. Bauman

Northeastern University / Digital Scholarship Group, United States of America



Textual Communities

P. Robinson

University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Demo pres. B: Demonstrations B
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12
Chair: Georg Vogeler, University of Graz
 

TEI MediaWiki extension

T. Pellissier Tanon

Télécom ParisTech, France



TEI as a Graph

A. Kuczera

Academy of Science and Literature, Mainz, Germany



Recogito: from Semantic Annotation to Digital Scholarly Edition

M. Gimena1, R. Simon2, E. Barker3, L. Isaksen4, R. Kahn5, V. Vitale6, A. Rojas Castro7, H. Cayless8

1: Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Argentine Republic; 2: AIT; 3: The Open University; 4: University of Exeter; 5: Alexander von Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft HIIG; 6: University of London; 7: Cologne Center for eHumanities, Universität zu Köln; 8: Duke University

4:30pm
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5:00pm
Poster slam: Poster Slam
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: Syd Bauman, Northeastern University / Digital Scholarship Group
 

TTHUB: Text Technologies Hub for Extending TEI Training in Spanish

S. Alles Torrent1, G. del Rio Riande2

1: University of Miami, United States of America; 2: IIBICRIT, CONICET



Research of provenance glosses in medieval manuscripts and in incunabulas from historical collections of the National Library of the Czech Republic

R. Modráková

National Library of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic



Promoting Bellini’s legacy and the Italian opera by scholarly digital editing his own correspondence

A. M. Del Grosso1, D. Spampinato2, E. Capizzi3, S. Cristofaro2, G. Seminara3

1: ILC-CNR, Italy; 2: ISTC-CNR, Italy; 3: Università di Catania, Italy



Annotating Cooking Recipes of the Middle Ages for semantic analysis and visualisation

C. Steiner1, H. W. Klug1, A. Böhm1, E. Raunig1, B. Laurioux2, D. Ardesi2, C. Poirier2

1: University of Graz, Austria; 2: Université de Tours



Virtual reconstruction of scattered provenance of Bohemian printed books

R. Modráková, T. Paličková

National Library of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic



Documenting Discoveries: TEI and Browsing the Bookshops in Paul’s Cross Churchyard

M. E. Zimmer1, J. A. Jenstad2

1: Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 2: University of Victoria, Canada



Distant Spectators: Mining TEI-encoded periodicals of the Enlightenment

A. Fuchs1, B. Geiger2, E. Hobisch1, P. Koncar3, M. Scholger4, S. Saric4

1: Institute of Romance Studies, University of Graz; 2: Know-Center Graz; 3: Institute of Interactive Systems and Data Science, Graz University of Technology; 4: Centre for Information Modelling - Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Graz



Encoding the documents of the “The Imperial Diet in Regensburg, 1576”

R. Bleier1, E. Brantner2, G. Haug-Moritz1, C. Neerfeld2, E. Ortlieb1, T. Schreiber2, G. Vogeler1, F. Zeilinger2

1: University of Graz, Austria; 2: Historical Commission at the Bavarian Academy of Sciences



An Exploration of <object> Using Antarctic Artifacts

S. M. Raybuck, S. C. Stanley

Florida State University, United States of America



A TEI-based model to encode notarial charters (Asturias, 1260-1350 ca.)

E. Albarrán-Fernández

Universidad de Oviedo, Spain



The Semantic Field Grace in Early Modern English

B. L Pytlik Zillig, M. Bolin

University of Nebraska - Lincoln, United States of America



Case Study: Ethiopian Psalter of the Virgin

D. Elagina

Universität Hamburg, Germany



TEI and models of text: the Russian case

M. Pilgun1,2

1: Institute of linguistics Russian Academy of Sciences; 2: Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law



How to encode the unsaid with the TEI

A. Busch1, F. Fischer2

1: Theodor-Fontane-Archiv, University of Potsdam, Germany; 2: Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia



A new Roma (beta): a rich interface for ODD customization

R. Viglianti

University of Maryland, United States of America

5:00pm
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6:30pm
PR: CLARIAH-AT Poster Reception
Location: Aisle
7:00pm
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8:30pm
CT3: City Walking Tour 3: Go West – Explore the West Side
CT4: City Walking Tour 4: Graz Kennenlernen – Get to know Graz
Date: Friday, 20/Sep/2019
8:00am
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9:00am
RegFri: Registration
Location: Aisle
9:00am
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10:30am
Fri 1a: TEI environments and infrastructures I
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: Hugh Cayless, Duke University
 

In search of comity: TEI for distant reading

L. D. Burnard1, C. Schoch2, C. Odebrecht3

1: Lou Burnard Consulting, France; 2: Trier Centre for Digital Humanities, Germany; 3: Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany



Highlighting Our Examples: encoding XML examples in pedagogical contexts

J. Cummings

Newcastle University, United Kingdom



Case Study TEI Customization: A Restricted TEI Format for Edition Open Access (EOA)

S. Gfrörer, K. Thoden

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany

Fri 1b: TEI and beyond: interactions, interchange, integrations and interoperability
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12
Chair: Kathryn Tomasek, Wheaton College
 

How OCR Performance can Impact on the Automatic Extraction of Dictionary Content Structures

M. Khemakhem1,2,3, I. Galleron4, G. Williams6, L. Romary1, P. O. Suárez1,5

1: Inria-ALMAnaCH - Automatic Language Modelling and ANAlysis & Computational Humanities; 2: UPD7 - Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7; 3: CMB - Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin; 4: Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle; 5: Sorbonne Université; 6: Université Grenoble Alpes



Using Machine Learning for the Automated Classification of Stage Directions in TEI-Encoded Drama Corpora

D. Maximova, F. Fischer

Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation



TEI XML and Delta Format Interchangeability

N. Cole1, D. De Roure1, P. Willcox2

1: University of Oxford; 2: The National Archives

10:30am
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11:00am
Break5: Coffee Break
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.01
11:00am
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12:30pm
Fri 2a: TEI simplification and extension II
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: Gimena del Rio Riande, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas
 

Native-TEI dialectal dictionary for Bavarian dialects in Austria: data structure, software and workflow

J. Bowers1,2, P. Stöckle1, H. C. Breuer1, L. M. Breuer1

1: Austrian Center for Digital Humanities, Austria; 2: Inria - ALMAnaACH



An Attempt of Dissemination of TEI in a TEI-underdeveloped country: Activities of the SIG EAJ

S. Nakamura1, K. Okada2, K. Nagasaki3

1: The University of Tokyo; 2: National Institute of Japanese Literature; 3: International Institute for Digital Humanities



Refining the Current Teaching Methodology of the TEI through the Analysis of Server Logs

L. Meneses1, J. Martin2

1: University of Victoria, Canada; 2: King’s College London



Using Github and its Integrations to Create, Test, and Deploy a Digital Edition

J. Takeda1, S. Lines2

1: University of British Columbia, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia, Canada

Fri 2b: TEI for manuscripts
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12
Chair: Huw Eifion Jones, Cambridge University
 

TEI for manuscript description: progress, problems, and potential

H. E. Jones1, Y. Faghihi1, M. Holford2, J. Freeman1, T. Schassan3, L. Guariento4

1: Cambridge University, United Kingdom; 2: Oxford University, United Kingdom; 3: Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, Germany; 4: Glasgow University, United Kingdom

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch3: Lunch Break
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Fri 3a: TEI and non-XML technologies
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
Chair: Luis Meneses, University of Victoria
 

Five Centuries of History in a Network

N. P. Gibson

University of Munich (LMU), Germany



Introducing an Open, Dynamic and Efficient Lexical Data Access for TEI-encoded Dictionaries on the Internet

F. Mondaca, P. Schildkamp, F. Rau, J. Bigalke

University of Cologne, Germany



Getting Along with Relational Databases

M. D. Holmes

University of Victoria, Canada



Using Microsoft Word for preparing XML TEI-compliant digital editions

B. Lehečka

Czech Language Institute, Czech Republic



Scaling up Automatic Structuring of Manuscript Sales Catalogues

L. Rondeau du Noyer1, S. Gabay2, M. Khemakhem3,4,5, L. Romary3

1: École nationale des chartes (France); 2: Université de Neuchâtel (Switzerland); 3: Inria, team ALMAnaCH (France); 4: Centre Marc Bloch (Germany); 5: Université Paris Diderot (France)

Fri 3b: TEI and models of text V
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.12
Chair: Martina Scholger, University of Graz
 

Graphs - charters - recipes: challenges of modelling medieval genres with the TEI

R. Bleier1, F. Fischer2, T. Gengnagel2, H. W. Klug1, P. Sahle2, C. Steiner1, S. M. Winslow1, A. Worm1

1: University of Graz, Austria; 2: University of Cologne, Germany

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break6: Coffee Break
3:30pm
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4:30pm
CC: Closing Keynote: Francesca Tomasi "Linked Open Data perspectives in Semantic Digital Editing"
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
 

Linked Open Data perspectives in Semantic Digital Editing

F. Tomasi

University of Bologna, Italy

4:30pm
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5:00pm
Closing: Closing Ceremony
Location: Lecture Hall HS 15.02
5:30pm
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7:00pm
Board Meeting
Location: ZIM-ACDH Seminar Room
CT5: City Walking Tour 5: Graz Kennenlernen – Get to know Graz

 
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