2019

JDMDH papers published in year 2019. The volume also comprises papers published in special issues.

1. A Hackathon for Classical Tibetan

Almogi , Orna ; Dankin , Lena ; Dershowitz , Nachum ; Wolf , Lior.
We describe the course of a hackathon dedicated to the development of linguistic tools for Tibetan Buddhist studies. Over a period of five days, a group of seventeen scholars, scientists, and students developed and compared algorithms for intertextual alignment and text classification, along with some basic language tools, including a stemmer and word segmenter.
Section: Towards a Digital Ecosystem: NLP. Corpus infrastructure. Methods for Retrieving Texts and Computing Text Similarities