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09:15-10:15 Paper Session C See session detail
Unstable Data (2)
Chair: Dirk van Hulle
KB Aula
Digital Architecture and the Role of the Editor: Mapping Invention in Writing Elli Bleeker
Genetic Criticism and the Auto-Saved Document Thomas Crombez
Towards a digital edition of the Vierde Partie of the ‘Spiegel Historiael’: Preliminary theoretical and technical considerations Ulrike Wuttke
About DH (2)
Chair: Sally Wyatt
Coding the Humanities Jan Hein Hoogstad and Marijn Koolen
DH, AIME and the philosophical inquiry Andrej Gogora
Digital Humanities in the classroom: Mapping strategies and possibilities for teaching computational methods in humanities curricula Stef Scagliola, Fernie Maas and Els Stronks
Chair: Steven Claeyssens
Huygens ING Tesselschadezaal
The great 20th-century hole: What the Digital Humanities miss Alastair Dunning
Authorship and authenticity in the visions of Elisabeth of Schönau Renske van Nie
Digital Humanities research and intellectual property rights: the case of The riddle of literary quality Tjeerd Schiphof and Karina van Dalen-Oskam
Chair: Antal van den Bosch
Huygens ING Annie Romein-Verschoorzaal
CLiPS Stylometry Investigation (CSI) Corpus: A Dutch corpus for the detection of age, gender, personality, sentiment and deception in text Ben Verhoeven and Walter Daelemans
From sentiment mining to mining embodied emotions. Emotional Styles on the Dutch Stage, 1600-1830 Inger Leemans, Kristine Steenbergh, Herman Roodenburg, Erika Kuijpers
The Riddle of Literary Quality Project Corina Koolen, Kim Jautze and Andreas van Cranenburgh
10:15-10:45 Coffee Break Foyer
10:45-11:45 Paper Session D See session detail
Cross Culture
Chair: A. Seza Doğruöz
KB Aula
Melodic Segmentation Across Cultural Traditions and Styles Marcelo Rodríguez López and Anja Volk
NER as a gateway drug to the Linked Data cloud: Application of Named-Entity Recognition on cultural heritage metadata Simon Hengchen, Max De Wilde and Seth van Hooland
Translator’s influences on Hitler’s Mein Kampf Aron Brouwer, Corina Koolen and Rens Bod
Chair: Lars Wieneke
Patterns of reception: analyzing the artistic reception of early nineteenth-century British genre painting with phylogenetic systematics Sophie Kruijssen
The Text of the Document. Image-Text linking in the Beckett Digital Manuscript Project. Wout Dillen
Why Do People Stop and Look at Images? – Using big data to understand visual affordances – Ronald Hünneman and Floris de Jonge
Linked Data
Chair: Els Stronks
Huygens ING Tesselschadezaal
Linking the STCN and Performing Big Data Queries in the Humanities Wouter Beek, Rinke Hoekstra, Fernie Maas, Albert Meroño-Peñuela and Inger Leemans
Persistent identification: supporting digital humanities Alina Saenko
Talk of Europe – Linking European Parliament Proceedings Max Kemman and Astrid van Aggelen
Chair: Karina van Dalen-Oskam
Huygens ING Annie Romein-Verschoorzaal
An exploration of computational stylistics as applied to encyclopaedic and polemical literature Gunther Martens
Text Analytics for Detecting Dutch, German, and Allied Perspectives on Events at the End of the Second World War in the Arnhem-Nijmegen Region Antal van den Bosch and Marten Düring
Towards Extracting a Semantic Graph of Entities from Unstructured Text Ridho Reinanda, Vincent Traag, Jacky Hicks, Maarten de Rijke, Fridus Steijlen and Gerry van Klinken
12:00-12:45 Panel Session KB Aula
12:45-13:00 Closing remarks KB Aula

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