2014


1. Clustering and Relational Ambiguity: from Text Data to Natural Data

Turenne, Nicolas.
Text data is often seen as "take-away" materials with little noise and easy to process information. Main questions are how to get data and transform them into a good document format. But data can be sensitive to noise oftenly called ambiguities. Ambiguities are aware from a long time, […]

2. A Survey of Data Mining Techniques for Social Media Analysis

Adedoyin-Olowe, Mariam ; Gaber, Mohamed Medhat ; Stahl, Frederic.
Social network has gained remarkable attention in the last decade. Accessing social network sites such as Twitter, Facebook LinkedIn and Google+ through the internet and the web 2.0 technologies has become more affordable. People are becoming more interested in and relying on social network for […]

3. Exploring Regional Development of Digital Humanities Research: A Case Study for Taiwan

Chen, Kuang-hua ; Hsueh, Bi-Shin.
This study analyzed references and source papers of the Proceedings of 2009-2012 International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities (DADH), which was held annually in Taiwan. A total of 59 sources and 1,104 references were investigated, based on descriptive analysis and […]

4. FINDING SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PREJUDICES IN PUBLIC DISCOURSE? A CASE STUDY ON THE 2007 AND 2012 PRESIDENTIAL FRENCH CAMPAIGNS

Baider, Fabienne.
In this research we suggest that working on a journalistic corpus with specific softwares can help studying linguistic patterns and choices which are made on the basis of political affiliation or gender stereotypes. The software SEMY for instance gives semantic profiles semi-automatically, ANTCONC […]

5. A New Approach to Reporting Archaeological Surveys: Connecting Rough Cilicia, Visible Past and Open Context through loose coupling and 3d codes

Matei, Sorin Adam ; Rauh, Nicholas K. ; Kansa, Eric.
The project presents the strategy adopted by the Rough Cilicia Archaeological Survey team for publishing its primary data and reports via three potentially transformative strategies for digital humanities: Loose coupling of digital data curation and publishing platforms. In loosely coupled systems, […]

6. Data Mining on Social Interaction Networks

Atzmueller, Martin.
Social media and social networks have already woven themselves into the very fabric of everyday life. This results in a dramatic increase of social data capturing various relations between the users and their associated artifacts, both in online networks and the real world using ubiquitous devices. […]