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  • GCDH :: Digital Text Analysis Working Group
    method from their own research followed by intense discussion focusing particularly on the use of this tool or method in the research of the other participants The goal is to enhance textual scholarship on the Göttingen Research Campus through the introduction and further development of digital methods Computational linguistics focuses on designing algorithms and formal descriptions that can accurately represent e g the morphological and syntactical structures of languages in order to process them computationally Speech recognition machine translation language parsing part of speech tagging and historical linguistics can all be ordered under computational linguistics Natural language processing NLP is an application of computational linguistics It typically focuses on using symbolic logical and statistical methods machine learning algorithms to extract meaningful information from natural language i e non experimental written or spoken texts It shares several tasks with computational linguistics such as language parsing and machine translation but also focuses on things such as named entity recognition NER and sentiment analysis Text mining seeks to extract information from texts It focuses on such tasks as text categorization and clustering sentiment analysis and document summarization Stylometrics uses strategies from the three approaches mentioned above to identify stylistics elements that can lead to e g authorship attribution identification of forgeries temporal classification of documents and identification of translations and translation style An excellent introduction to several tools for digital text analysis that are accessible even for beginners and yet still powerful enough to produce genuine research results can be found at the Wiki Literatur Rechnen For any queries regarding the programme of or participation in the working group please contact Matt Munson ed hdcg nosnumm Meetings 21 March 2014 Heyne Haus Seminarraum 1 7 March 2014 Heyne Haus Seminarraum 1 21 February 2014 Dr J Berenike Herrman Towards a conceptualization of style in digital text studies Heyne Haus Seminarraum 1 7 February 2014 Sarah Bärtschi Combining distant and close reading to represent measure and analyze the corpus of Alexander von Humboldt Heyne Haus Seminarraum 1 31 January 2014 Prof Dr Fotis Jannidis CANCELLED Heyne Haus Seminarraum 1 10 January 2014 Dr Marco Büchler CANCELLED Heyne Haus Seminarraum 1 13 December 2013 Dr Kepa Rodriguez Multilingual and Semantic Search and Indexing in the EHRI Project Heyne Haus Seminarraum 1 6 December 2013 CANCELLED because of Herrenhausen Conference Heyne Haus Seminarraum 2 15 November 2013 Dr J Berenike Herrmann What Do Kafka and Heidi Have in Common Heyne Haus Seminarraum 2 RESCHEDULED 18 October 2013 Matthew Munson Tracking Semantic Drift in the Biblical Corpus Heyne Haus Seminarraum 1 10 September 2013 CANCELLED because of the DARIAH DE Konsortialtreffen Location Heyne Haus Seminarraum 1 3 September 2013 Dr J Berenike Herrmann Title Computing Kafka What corpus stylistic measures can tell us about Kafka s prose Location Heyne Haus Seminarraum 2 13 August 2013 CANCELLED Location Heyne Haus Seminarraum 2 30 July 2013 Dr Christof Schöch Working Title Cross Genre Text Classification Location Heyne Haus Seminarraum 1 16 July 2013 Prof Hugh Craig Title Novelty carries

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/research/digital-text-analysis/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Integrated access to research and library data / Semantic Web
    series Internet Society Web Monday List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/research/integrated-access-to-research-and-library-data-semantic-web/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Semantic Web Applications - "Blumenbach-Online"
    Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/research/semantic-web-applications-blumenbach-online/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Classical Archaeology and its Digital Methods
    Lecture series Internet Society Web Monday List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/research/classical-archaeology-and-its-digital-methods/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Online Content Regulation
    across twenty three liberal democracies focusing in particular on technological means of control We examine a variety of political variables to explain variations across countries in Internet content regulations and their enforcement Researchers Prof Andreas Busch Dr Yana Breindl Institute of Political Science Description Although the Internet has and continues to be viewed as a ground breaking medium of global free expression and democratic potential some types of content are increasingly controversial This is notably the case of hate or discriminatory speech depictions of violence or sexually explicit content or massive scale infringement of copyrighted works With the increasing convergence of previous forms of communication to the Internet and the extension of the online realm to mobile platforms a variety of actors converge in demanding stronger content regulations be this by public or private bodies From a policy perspective there is nothing fundamentally new about content regulation Private actors e g the Church whose Index Librorum Prohibitorum was officially abolished in the 1966 or public bodies e g youth protection institutions have repeatedly attempted to control what type of content reached particular types of users e g children or restrict particular types of speech e g hate speech in Europe However the Internet s decentralized global and largely privatized infrastructure challenges existing regulatory arrangements and in particular the role of the nation state in effectively regulating content in the digital realm As various authors note Internet content control is one of the drivers of Internet regulation in general At the international level reaching a consensus is rather difficult because content policies diverge not only between authoritarian and liberal democracies but also within democracies and across political fractions It seems evident that the repressive content policies of China which has built up a highly sophisticated online censorship infrastructure partly by relying on Western technologies has no equivalent in the Western world However there also exist strong divergences between democracies with long standing commitments to freedom of expression and human rights For instance U S courts have repeatedly sacralised the first amendment free speech protection by rejecting any state restriction to online speech contrary to German or French courts that have applied stronger content enforcement measures on several occasions If online content is hard to regulate digital tools offer nonetheless new forms of automated control Internet blocking tools which can take a wide variety of forms are among the most controversial of these as they pose a series of democratic questions in particular in terms of transparency accountability and the rule of law Furthermore as states rely on private intermediaries to execute content restrictions online new forms of private and co regulatory arrangements have emerged often in the absence of public debate and knowledge about the introduced measures Research into Internet blocking has typically focused on authoritarian regimes However Western states with a long term commitment to freedom of expression are increasingly debating and implementing Internet filtering Filtering is becoming a global norm as states and businesses make use of increasingly sophisticated

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/research/online-content-regulation/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Internet and Scientific Communication
    Lecture series Internet Society Web Monday List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/research/internet-and-scientific-communication/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Development of new digital tools and methods for anthropological research
    View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/research/development-of-new-digital-tools-and-methods-for-anthropological-research/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Teaching
    related seminars and lectures at Göttingen University Services Events Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities Lecture series Internet Society Web Monday List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Teaching Teaching In collaboration with the partners of the Digital Humanities Research Collaboration the GCDH is currently working on further developing a BSc BA programme that allows the combination of Computer Science and any other subject from the Humanities or Social Sciences This will be followed up by a MSc MA programme in Digital Humanities and an appropriate doctoral

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