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The Amsterdam Toolkit for Language Archaeology

Ralf Lämmel
2005 Electronical Notes in Theoretical Computer Science  
As of today, GRK is particularly fit for Cobol archaeology, more specifically for IBM's VS Cobol II.  ...  GRK -the Grammar Recovery Kit -illustrates options for automation and corresponding tool support in the context of developing quality language references that readily cater for the derivation of parsers  ...  Acknowledgement I am grateful for the collaboration with Jan Kort on the subject of providing tooling for treating grammars as engineering artifacts.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.entcs.2005.07.004 fatcat:e2rynnu4u5at5kc7nz25syclyy

A study of semantic integration across archaeological data and reports in different languages

Ceri Binding, Douglas Tudhope, Andreas Vlachidis
2018 Journal of information science  
This study investigates the semantic integration of data extracted from archaeological datasets with information extracted via NLP across different languages.  ...  The semantic linking of textual reports and datasets opens new possibilities for integrative research across diverse resources.  ...  Many of the important questions for archaeology require the ability to deal with reports in more than one language.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0165551518789874 fatcat:ylm2jtuif5bfbecfffghxjvukm

Art, Creativity and Automation. From Charters to Shared 3D Visualization Practices

Loes Opgenhaffen, Martina Revello Lami, Hayley Mickleburgh
2021 Open Archaeology  
a result some of the guidelines risk becoming obstructive in archaeological creative practice.  ...  Sharing 3D Visualization Practices in Archaeology, and present the most important outcomes of a roundtable session involving prominent researchers in the field, organized by the authors during the Archon  ...  Funding information: The work was financed by a grant generously provided by Archon, the Dutch Research School for Archaeology.  ... 
doi:10.1515/opar-2020-0162 fatcat:yhiwaki3gvdgpi3rjhljgg7j6i

3D Reconstructions as Research Hubs: Geospatial Interfaces for Real-Time Data Exploration of Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam Domestic Interiors

Hugo Huurdeman, Chiara Piccoli
2021 Open Archaeology  
Amsterdam.  ...  These data were used as the basis for creating a user interface for an online research environment, taking design principles and previous user studies into account.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors wish to thank the Virtual Interiors project team members for their inputs during this work.  ... 
doi:10.1515/opar-2020-0142 fatcat:pdv4y6vzmvddrb3znd24fffrf4

D3.5: Open Science Policy Toolkit [article]

Leo Mack, Elli Papadopoulou
2018 Zenodo  
This report provides an overview of the results of the Policy Toolkit research for EOSCpilot.  ...  The Open Science Policy Toolkit is primarily useful for research producing organisations, funders, (research) ministries, and research infrastructures.  ...  and access management in health and genomic research; the Parthenos Policy Wizard 36 , a policy finder tool to identify FAIR data policies in archaeology, social science, history, and language studies;  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3387579 fatcat:kmvc5wpbdncvvpixfvfbongedq

Notes on the Fundamental Unity of Humankind

Wim van Binsbergen
2020 Culture and Dialogue  
The argument claims the vital importance of the idea of the fundamental unity of humankind for any intercultural philosophy, and succinctly traces the trajectory of this idea – and its denials – in the  ...  The conclusion considers the present-day challenges towards this idea's implementation – timely as it is, yet apparently impotent in the face of mounting global violence.  ...  of the state's monopoly of violence,68 and René Girard's insistence on the constituent nature of violence, our toolkit is fairly adequate, without reserving an unduly large role for intercultural philosophy  ... 
doi:10.1163/24683949-12340073 fatcat:uyzodetkw5crnhwm27uv3bh5gm

Guidance Document Presenting a Framework for Discipline-specific Research Data Management

Science Europe
2018 Zenodo  
Science Europe presents a framework for the creation of domain-specific protocols that can be used as standardised templates, reducing the administrative burden on both researchers, research organisations  ...  Research organisations and funders increasingly ask researchers to create Data Management Plans for their work and proposals.  ...  an educational resource part of the RDM toolkit each researcher needs.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4925907 fatcat:dvbvqiitwrggfi4q4j4mrr6y4y

Risk management for forest fires at a world heritage site: Vulnerability and response capacity by Rapa Nui indigenous community [chapter]

Constanza Espinoza-Valenzuela, Marcela Hurtado
2021 Understanding Disaster Risk  
own language.  ...  For more information see Toolkit, page 11. c. A system for numbering the objects that have been recovered (see the Toolkit, page 43).  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-819047-0.00014-7 fatcat:lqyxsdp7njaujilqtjuscle3yi

The Instructive Corpse: Dissection, Anatomical Specimens, and Illustration in Early Nineteenth-Century Medical Education

Cindy Stelmackowich
2012 Spontaneous Generations: A Journal for the History and Philosophy of Science  
At the turn of the nineteenth century when anatomy and hands-on dissection became the prerequisite for a medical career, the medical community in England and France increasingly relied upon visual representations  ...  It analyses the visual rhetoric and the complex representational languages of these intricate and equally precise illustrations by asking how these illustrations embraced new representational strategies  ...  They were to function as an affectless visuality that had no need for language.  ... 
doi:10.4245/sponge.v6i1.17159 fatcat:ae5ysoeoj5eupf7imuyq73sotu

'Unravelling Babel': Mary LeCron Foster on the origins of language

Judith R. H. Kaplan
2021 BJHS Themes  
The origin of human language has been a perennial – and perennially controversial – topic in linguistics since the nineteenth century.  ...  Her work on the frontier between animal and human communication is presented through a description of her 'phememic' account of the language origins.  ...  For comparison cases see Boyd Davis and Raymond O'Cain (eds.), First Person Singular: Papers from the Conference on an Oral Archive for the History of American Linguistics, Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1980;  ... 
doi:10.1017/bjt.2021.4 fatcat:7na3pbbzrzd25dm6j3olagfyje

Creating tangible interactions with cultural heritage: lessons learned from a large scale, long term co-design project

Gabriela Avram, Luigina Ciolfi, Laura Maye
2019 CoDesign - International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts  
the goal of creating a platform for the realisation of tangible interactive installations.  ...  The project was pioneering in establishing and sustaining co-design for the introduction of sector-changing technology into the museum domain.  ...  During the first two years, activities such as goal-setting workshops and subsequent creative workshops formed and strengthened the basis for common understanding and for a common language.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15710882.2019.1596288 fatcat:3d3iwdyihnhy7avz5vnmbyucbm

D6.10: Final Interoperability Testbed Report [article]

Cristina Duma
2019 Zenodo  
This document provides the final status of the interoperability testbeds, the activities undertaken and the services deployed, together with the description of the results achieved.  ...  The recommendations are based on the experiences of the pilot testbeds used by the Science Demonstrators, along with those of the Data Interoperability demonstrators and associated research e-infrastructures  ...  The TEXTCROWD NER system for Italian language archaeological text is also able to annotates "Artefacts", "Colors", "Materials", "Periods", "Places", "Sites", "Techniques" and "Timespans" entities.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3395229 fatcat:ydz4e2dlz5hiremhrm5n3qdwdm

Harnessing Fortune: Personhood, Memory, and Place in MongoliaRebecca M. Empson. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. 398 pp

Erik Mueggler
2013 American Anthropologist  
Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010. 264 pp.  ...  for local language speakers exist, local languages may revive.  ... 
doi:10.1111/aman.12059_14 fatcat:4x4hecrsofebha653cqgtx2qda

Principles of Stacktivism

Geert Lovink
2020 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
How do we envision a public stack that goes beyond the structures such ICANN, IETF and IGF that can take up the task to rebuild the Internet as a decentralized, federated, public infrastructure?  ...  Building on hacktivist practices, this form of code and standard development as political struggle is envisioned to connect different layers of the techno-protological stack (also known as the Internet  ...  One can read The Stack as a Foucaudian toolkit that lifts out the useful parts, leaving the critique of Bratton's unreconstructed love for Carl Schmitt to others.  ... 
doi:10.31269/triplec.v18i2.1231 fatcat:yobnek2oenczxb5iyefzmbqw4e

Ontologies as Knowledge Organization Systems

Maria Teresa Biagetti
2021 Knowledge organization  
The use of ontologies in the digital libraries environment, where they have replaced thesauri for query expansion in searching, and the role they are playing in the Semantic Web, especially for semantic  ...  The focus is on the semantic richness exhibited by ontologies, which allows the creation of a great number of relationships between terms. That establishes ontologies as the most evolved type of KOS.  ...  At the beginning of the 1990s, Piek Vossen of Amsterdam University began a project to extend WordNet to some European languages such as German, French, Italian, and Spanish.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2021-2-152 fatcat:wfb6spocb5g5zel2iib5uoazyu
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