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Simplifying the reading of historical manuscripts

Abedelkadir Asi, Rafi Cohen, Klara Kedem, Jihad El-Sana
2015 2015 13th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR)  
These layouts impose irregularities on the location of text paragraphs which consequently induces difficulties in reading the text.  ...  The framework has been validated using a subset of a publicly available dataset of historical documents and it provided promising results.  ...  FI 1494/3-2, the Council of Higher Education of Israel and by the Lynn and William Frankel Center for Computer Sciences at Ben-Gurion University, Israel.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdar.2015.7333877 dblp:conf/icdar/AsiCKE15 fatcat:7ctwlxl54raurpydo36c5sjdce

Page 423 of The English Historical Review Vol. 28, Issue 111 [page]

1913 The English Historical Review  
Lieber- mann has done his best to simplify the reader’s task of comparing, and selecting from, the wilderness of variant readings.  ...  The scribe of the Parker manuscript altered the word because he did not understand it ; and the true reading, preserved in other copies, was rejected by Thorpe and * Hlothere and Eadric, § 8. 5 Ine, §§  ... 

Comparison in Sociology

Sandro Serpa, Daniela Soares
2020 Education, Language and Sociology Research  
To accomplish this goal, a documental collection and analysis of manuscripts deemed essential was carried out based on the snowball system, in which the reading of manuscripts referred to other manuscripts  ...  This paper aims to contribute to the analysis of the importance of comparison, in several possible forms, in the creation and consolidation of sociological knowledge.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the comments and suggestion by the anonymous reviewers. References Aron, R.  ... 
doi:10.22158/elsr.v1n1p1 fatcat:lgtodt6hbrfltkeybvqu6rkcze

Page 291 of The American Historical Review Vol. 24, Issue 2 [page]

1919 The American Historical Review  
decis n S ' , od - , + se ‘ + } | } ] } | of Persian the entire text of this celebrated histor Phe t are the result of this decision and reproduce thi volumes into which the history was divided rhe sec  ...  Moreover the facsimiles, of which several ume, reproducing, as the majority of them the pages ot the manuscripts art 1 ( will be studied with interest by some whos« Mongol history may be rather languid  ... 

Page 256 of Notes and Queries Vol. 43, Issue 3 [page]

1996 Notes and Queries  
It would simplify my argument to suppose the original reading at line 2298a was pz, which Thorkelin wrongly expanded to bere instead of to bem.  ...  It was brought to light by Birte Kelly in ‘The Formative Stages of Modern Beowulf Scholarship, Textual, Historical and Literary, Seen in the Work of Scholars of the Earlier Nineteenth Century’ (Ph.D. thesis  ... 

Page 104 of The Library Quarterly Vol. 8, Issue 1 [page]

1938 The Library Quarterly  
Other details are rendered necessary by virtue of the considerable volume of deposits in the Baker Library of ma- terial collected and owned by the Business Historical Society.  ...  An initial reading of this procedure will doubtless give the impression of unexpected complexity, but of course any description of pro- cedure, if detailed, gives something of this appearance.  ... 

Page 306 of The Catholic Historical Review Vol. 34, Issue 3 [page]

1948 The Catholic Historical Review  
Franklin Jame- son of the Carnegie Institution of Washington for securing manuscripts from the archives of Rome, Vienna, and other European centers, as well as the personnel of various historical societies  ...  During his long life he not only read carefully in the history of his Church and his country, but he also gave generously of his time and money to help worthy historical projects.  ... 

Acknowledgments [chapter]

1995 Melodramatic Tactics  
Judith Walkowitz's own work and comments on an earlier version of this manuscript added historical depth, especially to the final chapter.  ...  my local readings, especially of  ...  I would like to offer a broad gesture of thanks to the librarians of the Library of Congress and the staff of the Pusey Library at Harvard University, all of whom simplified my access to crucial historical  ... 
doi:10.1515/9781503615540-001 fatcat:2x4mpdgkxbhotodjvhxro2lxni

Page 234 of The Catholic Historical Review Vol. 30, Issue 2 [page]

1944 The Catholic Historical Review  
Of the twenty-four manuscripts utilized in establishing the text, the four best have been chosen as the actual basis of the edition, E (Erfurt) being the base manuscript with B (Breslau), Lr (Brit- ish  ...  Her frankly didactic purpose is acknowledged: “Unless we know our historic background, the status of our resources and the virile potentialities of our racial admixtures, we lack the strength of self-knowledge  ... 

Page 283 of The Georgia Historical Quarterly Vol. 25, Issue 3 [page]

1941 The Georgia Historical Quarterly  
About 4,000 volumes of uncataloged material is accessible to the public, besides magazines, newspapers, pamphlets, and manuscripts.  ...  The number of catalogued books belonging to the Georgia Historical Society now numbers 3,819, of which 122 were added this yesur by the Catalog Department of the Savannah Public Library.  ... 

Page 356 of Library Trends Vol. 8, Issue 3 [page]

1960 Library Trends  
Because many hundreds of manuscript catalogs, indexes, inventories, as well as 250,000 cards from the card catalog of the manuscript department of the Vatican Library, have likewise been reproduced, the  ...  Hayes, director of the National Library of Ireland.® His thesis, in overly simplified form, is this: Europe has the original source materials for the study of Western culture, and it has scholars capable  ... 

Page 664 of The Elementary School Journal Vol. 5, Issue 10 [page]

1905 The Elementary School Journal  
Design.— Continuation of the subject of pure design begun in the previous Section; study of historic ornament. M odeling.— This will be used in connection with history and science.  ...  Drawing and painting.— Study of the landscape and other paintings in nature-study; drawings and paintings of scenes from the Middle Ages; study of medizval scripts; making of short illuminated manuscript  ... 

Page 258 of Philological Quarterly Vol. 5, Issue 3 [page]

1926 Philological Quarterly  
CHATEAUBRIAND’S READING DURING HIS “EMIGRATION” By AARON SCHAFFER University of Texas The study of Chateaubriand’s reading during the first four of his seven years as émigré in London, involving a careful  ...  Finally, it may be assumed that he made good use of the library of the Rev. Ives, parson of Bungay, while he was at work on the French manuscripts in the Camden collection at Beccles.  ... 

Page 92 of Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society Vol. 91, Issue 1 [page]

1981 Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society  
The Art of Stenography, by John Willis, pub- lished in 1602, introduced two principles that were widely imi- tated in later systems: the use of simplified symbols for letters of the alphabet, and the device  ...  The thoughts, or rather feelings, expressed in a manuscript like the one under discussion here, allow us to overhear the inmost reflections of an earnest, active, educated seventeenth-century Puritan.  ... 

Page 384 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 26, Issue 1 [page]

1992 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
Farigiin’s Compendium of the Sciences chapter; 9201258 Arabic grammatical theory development, structural/historical typolo- gy; 9201298 Arabic grammatical tradition, ‘Abd ‘Umar al-Garmi’s place, quota-  ...  Bacon’s universal grammar position, grammatica term use; 9201906 historical linguistics status, 4 Dutch historical linguists’ attitudes; 9201402 Ibn Mada’ al-Qurtubi’s grammatical works number/titles,  ... 
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