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Drudgery and deep thought

Gregory Crane, Robert F. Chavez, Anne Mahoney, Thomas L. Milbank, Jeffrey A. Rydberg-Cox, David A. Smith, Clifford E. Wulfman
2001 Communications of the ACM  
The Perseus Digital Library Project (, [11] ) is exploring the problems that a general digital library for the humanities would face: support from the Digital Library Initiative, and particularly from NSF and NEH, has allowed us to capitalize on a decade of work developing a digital library on Greco-Roman antiquity and systematically to explore the problems raised by other domains within the humanities. Besides studying the design and use of the existing Greco-Roman
more » ... ollection, we have been collaborating with partners to develop collections for subjects that range from ancient Egypt to early twentieth-century history. Our primary focus is document design: we are studying ways in which documents can be designed from the start to interact with other objects in a digital library. Clearly, few if any conventions exist to organize radically new documents (such as 3D walk-throughs of virtual spaces) so that these interactive documents can be maintained, with minimal support, over time as parts of larger digital libraries. But even venerable document classes such as dictionaries need to be rethought as we compare models based on semantic nets (such as WordNet) with traditional dictionary entries. Ultimately, we hope that our work will help those designing digital libraries better understand the needs of humanists and that the collections to which we contribute help those producing content in the humanities better understand how their work might evolve to exploit the possibilities of these new, intensively interlinked environments. Digital libraries in the humanities share many problems with their counterparts in science and medicine but their needs differ in a variety of ways [7] . All academics communicate through published documents that contain narrative text with references to other documents. The style and culture of publication, however, differs from subject to subject, with substantial variation within the humanities as well as within the natural and social sciences. Our research focuses upon the variables that affect how authors write about their work. Digital libraries are the most recent (and arguably among the most significant) new technological catalysts for academic discourse in five hundred years of rapid
doi:10.1145/374308.374333 fatcat:jpjqmplluvgpbhmgyayup5wyu4

Building a hypertextual digital library in the humanities

Gregory Crane, David A. Smith, Clifford E. Wulfman
2001 Proceedings of the first ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries - JCDL '01  
This paper describes the creation of a new humanities digital library collection: 11,000,000 words and 10,000 images representing books, images and maps on pre-twentieth century London and its environs. The London collection contained far more dense and precise information than the materials from the Greco-Roman world on which we had previously concentrated. The London collection thus allowed us to explore new problems of data structure, manipulation, and visualization. This paper contrasts our
more » ... model for how humanities digital libraries are best used with the assumptions that underlie many academic digital libraries on the one hand and more literary hypertexts on the other. Since encoding guidelines such as those from the TEI provide collection designers with far more options than any one project can realize, this paper describes what structures we used to organize the collection and why. We particularly emphasize the importance of mining historical "authority lists" (encyclopedias, gazetteers, etc.) and then generating automatic "span-to-span" links within the collection.
doi:10.1145/379437.379756 dblp:conf/jcdl/CraneSW01 fatcat:s77fnfytareknhyglxslc6wnqu

Page 353 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. 53, Issue 1 [page]

1977 Mathematical Reviews  
Maitland 1287 Wrénski, Andrzej 97-99 Wu, Wen Teng 2471 Wulczyn, Gregory 259 Wulfman, Carl E. 2162,2163 Wiist, R. 1051 Yadava, S.  ...  F. 1352 Weber, Guenter G. 2339 Wegman Mark 2017 Wegrzyn, S. 2481 Wegrzynowska, Anna 1458 Weil, André 245,246 Weil, Clifford E. 730 Weinacht, R.  ... 

Tom, volume e arranjo no chiaroscuro da memória: Sinfonia em branco, de Adriana Lisboa

Regina R. Félix
2011 Estudos de Literatura Brasileira Contemporânea  
Tom, volume e arranjo se fundem. Configuram-se como aparições e ausências, em sombras e luzes, em vozes que modulam silêncios e protestos.  ...  Resumo Este trabalho mostra o paralelo entre o processo psicológico dos personagens Tomás, Maria Inês e Clarice e as formas musical, plástica, cinematográfica, literária, pelas quais expressam seu esclarecimento  ...  WULFMAN, Clifford (2007) . "Woolf and the Discourse of Trauma: The Little Language of the Waves". In: HENCE, Suzette e ELBERLY, David (Orgs). Virginia Woolf and Trauma.  ... 
doi:10.1590/2316-4018376 fatcat:3knf3bemj5hzdefgoiuxnlx6bm

Harnessing Quantitative Eye Tracking Data to Create Art: Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Data Visualization

Christian Riegel, Katherine M. Robinson, Ashley Herman
2017 Body, Space & Technology Journal  
Clifford E.  ...  Wulfman and Manovich point to the potential of the kinds of data that contemporary technological implements and methodologies provide, which we recognised in the data outputs from our eye-tracker, and  ... 
doi:10.16995/bst.5 fatcat:i23be47om5hanmnjzlgu5tlnni

Article Title Frequency As We May Think 3 Streams, structures, spaces, scenarios, societies (5s): A formal model for digital libraries 2 A Framework for Distributed Digital Object Services 1 A history of Web portals and their development in libraries. 1 A Spectrum of Interoperability Linking on

Steroids Watson, C Giles, Péter Jacsó, Vannevar Bush, Xiaoming Liu, Bill Schilit, Carol Terrizzi, Clifford Wulfman, Clifford Lynch, David Smith, David Levy, David Millman (+16 others)
Schilit 2 Carol Terrizzi 2 Clifford E. Wulfman 2 Clifford Lynch 2 David A. Smith 2 David M.  ...  Arms 7 Carl Lagoze 6 Fox, E. A. 6 Gonçalves, M. A. 6 Catherine C. Marshall 5 A.  ... 

The Force of the Blow – Traumatic Memory in Virginia Woolf's Writing

Stefanie Heine
2014 Anglia. Zeitschrift für englische Philologie  
If traumatic memory is re-enacted in the texts, the ones who are affected by it are "we", the readers. 8 We, however are not  8 This is also suggested by Clifford E.  ...  Wulfman in his article "Woolf and the Discourse of Trauma: The Little Language of The Waves".  ... 
doi:10.1515/anglia-2014-0003 fatcat:csd5tqbrdbfonkyh5rxdt7vvfu

Page 991 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. 17, Issue Index [page]

Mathematical Reviews  
See Wulfman, C. E., 85b:81247 Levine, R. Y. (with Tomozawa, Y.) Symmetry and symmetry breaking in generalized parastatistics. 85d:81090 Loewe, M. See Aldinger, R.  ...  E. (with Levine, R. D.)  ... 

Page 2663 of Dalton Transactions Vol. , Issue Index [page]

Dalton Transactions  
See Wulfman, David S., 522. K Kane-Maguire, Leon A. P., and Thomas, Gwyn.  ...  See Addison, Clifford C., 830. Jones, Geoffrey C. H. See Williams, Alan F., 1952. Jones, J. B., and Urch, D. S.  ... 

Hierarchical Catalog Records

David Mimno, Gregory Crane, Alison Jones
2005 D-Lib Magazine  
Smith and Clifford E. Wulfman. "Generalizing the Perseus XML Document Manger."  ...  Top | Contents Search | Author Index | Title Index | Back Issues Previous Article | Next article Home | E-mail the Editor D-Lib Magazine Access Terms and Conditions doi:10.1045/october2005  ... 
doi:10.1045/october2005-crane fatcat:xhmxydtnrzc7zllmferhf66d2y

Page 371 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue Annual Index [page]

Mathematical Reviews  
E. Wise) 81f:92004a § 92A07 Cellular population dynamics. II. Investigation of solutions. Math. Biosci. 48 (1980), no. 3-4, 225-239. (M. E. Wise) 81f:92004b 92A07 Kimura, H.  ...  Clifford (Tulane Univ., New Orleans, La., 1978), pp. 222-236, Tulane Univ., New Orleans, La., 1979. (K. D.  ... 

Page 1626 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. 28, Issue Index [page]

Mathematical Reviews  
(Li Zhong Peng) 96b:47034 47B38 (47B10) — Clifford algebras, Hardy spaces, and compensated compactness. Clifford algebras in analysis and related topics (Fayetteville, AR, 1993), 217-238, Stud. Adv.  ...  (with van der Ploeg, A.; Botta, E. F. F.) Grid-independent convergence by preconditioning.  ... 

Building a speech interface to a medical diagnostic system

S. Shiffman, A.W. Wu, A.D. Poon, C.D. Lane, B. Middleton, R.A. Miller, F.E. Masarie, G.F. Cooper, E.H. Shortliffe, L.M. Fagan
1991 IEEE Expert  
Acknowledgments We thank Nomi Harris and Clifford Wulfman for their assistance in building portions of the Term Identifier program.  ...  Fred E . E Marario, Jr., was on the research faculty of the School of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh from 1986 to 1990.  ...  Recent applications in other domains include a system that uses speech recognition to provide telephone banking services6 and a talk-and-point interface to an airborne warning and control ~y s t e m .~  ... 
doi:10.1109/64.73816 fatcat:xn5qmhvgxrczhnklmphrhp6isi

Selected Information Management Resources for Implementing New Knowledge Environments: An Annotated Bibliography

Alex Garnett, Ray Siemens, Cara Leitch, Julie Melone
2012 Scholarly and Research Communication  
Crane, Gregory, Clifford E. Wulfman, and David A. Smith. (2001). Building a Hypertextual Digital Library in the Humanities: A Case Study on London.  ...  Wulfman, Clifford E. (2009). The Perseus Garner: Early Modern Resources in the Digital Age. College Literature, 36(1), 18-25. Jewell, Michael. (2010).  ... 
doi:10.22230/src.2012v3n1a52 fatcat:iug7tyszcbg3hdw4siqinlh5vy

Family Romances in William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!

Márta Asztalos
2013 Anachronist  
Clifford E. Wulfman, "The Poetics of Ruptured Mnemosis: Telling Encounters in William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!" Faulkner Journal 20. 1-2 (2004-5) 111-132, p. 124. 10.  ...  Thus, we can state that it is not only the Sutpen drama, the inner stage, 8 or, to use Clifford E.  ... 
doi:10.53720/kpap7150 fatcat:uoo2x24rrnejjenrmkvijnv2wq
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