Accepted Talks

COMHUM 2018 will feature invited talks by:

  • Maristella Agosti (Università di Padova)
  • Bruno Cornelis (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Manfred Thaller (emeritus, Universität zu Köln): Decoding What the Sender Did Not Want to Transmit. Information Technology and Historical Data; or something.

The following contributed talks were accepted for presentation at COMHUM 2018:

Elli Bleeker, Ronald Haentjens Dekker, and Bram Buitendijk Understanding Texts as Graphs: An Inclusive Approach to Text Modeling
Jean-Baptiste Camps and Julien Randon-Furling A Dynamic Model of Manuscript Transmission
Christelle Cocco, Raphaël Ceré, and Pierre-Yves Brandt Quantification of drawing colours in human sciences
Mats Dahllöf Clustering Writing Components from Medieval Manuscripts
Franziska Diehr, Maximilian Brodhun, Sven Gronemeyer, Christian Prager, Elisabeth Wagner, Katja Diederichs, and Nikolai Grube Modelling vagueness – A criteria-based system for the qualitative assessment of reading proposals for the deciphering of Classic Mayan hieroglyphs
Mattia Egloff and François Bavaud Taking into account semantic similarities in correspondence analysis
Susan Leavy, Karen Wade, Gerardine Meaney, and Derek Greene Navigating Literary Text Using Word Embeddings and Semantic Lexicons
Jose Luis Losada Map visualization and quantification of literary places in a Spanish Corpus
Barbara McGillivray, Giovanni Colavizza, and Tobias Blanke Towards a quantitative research framework for historical disciplines
Gary Munnelly and Seamus Lawless Linking Historical Sources to Established Knowledge Bases in Order to Inform Entity Linkers in Cultural Heritage
Thomas Schmidt and Manuel Burghardt Toward a Tool for Sentiment Analysis for German Historic Plays
Elena Spadini Exercises in modelling: Textual variants
Kyoko Sugisaki Modeling Thematic Structure in Holiday Postcards
Cristina Vertan Supporting hermeneutic interpretation of historical documents by computational methods