Kalvesmaki, Joel - Intertextual Pointers in the Text Alignment Network

jdmdh:4020 - Journal of Data Mining & Digital Humanities, October 27, 2017, Special Issue on Computer-Aided Processing of Intertextuality in Ancient Languages
Intertextual Pointers in the Text Alignment Network

Authors: Kalvesmaki, Joel

The Text Alignment Network (TAN) is a suite of XML encoding formats intended to serve anyone who wishes to encode, exchange, and study multiple versions of texts (e.g., translations, paraphrases), and annotations on those texts (e.g., quotations, word-for-word correspondences). This article focuses on TAN’s innovative intertextual pointers, which, I argue, provide an unprecedented level of readability, interoperability, and semantic context. Because TAN is a new, experimental format, this article provides a brief introduction to the format and concludes with comments on progress and future prospects.


Source : oai:HAL:hal-01528092v2
Volume: Special Issue on Computer-Aided Processing of Intertextuality in Ancient Languages
Section: Project presentations
Published on: October 27, 2017
Submitted on: June 13, 2017
Keywords: alignment, TEI,XML, TAN, intertextuality, canonical references,[SHS.LITT] Humanities and Social Sciences/Literature,[INFO.INFO-TT] Computer Science [cs]/Document and Text Processing


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