Perl Beginners' Site. PHI Latin Texts. 2013. Articles Textual Reuse in the Eighteenth Century: Mining Eliza Haywood’s QuotationsDouglas Ernest Duhaime, University of Notre Dame This article introduces a novel approach to textual reuse in order to identify the sources of previously unattributed quotations within the work of Eliza Haywood.
The article offers a brief introduction to methods used previously within the field of historical text reuse, describes the combinatorial ngram approach used within the present work, then shows how this method can help us better understand the complex inner workings of Eliza Haywood’s most celebrated novel, Betsy Thoughtless. The Sentences Commentary Text Archive: Laying the Foundation for the Analysis, Use, and Reuse of a TraditionJeffrey Charles Witt, Loyola University Maryland. Correcteur Orthographique de Latin. Correcteur Orthographique de Latin Détails Publié le dimanche 24 mars 2013 20:46 Correcteur Orthographique de LatinCorrettore Ortografico di LatinoCorrector Ortográfico de Latín COL (Correcteur Orthographique pour le Latin) est un outil gratuit offrant une aide à la vérification de l'orthographe d'un texte latin.
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Historically, the word markup has been used to describe annotation or other marks within a text intended to instruct a compositor or typist how a particular passage should be printed or laid out. Examples include wavy underlining to indicate boldface, special symbols for passages to be omitted or printed in a particular font, and so forth. As the formatting and printing of texts was automated, the term was extended to cover all sorts of special codes inserted into electronic texts to govern formatting, printing, or other processing. Digital Classicist: index. Collatinus. The Latin and Ancient Greek Dependency Treebanks. The Ancient Greek and Latin Dependency Treebanks are an attempt to create a linguistic genome: a large database of Classical texts where the morphological, syntactic, and lexical information for each sentence has been explicitly encoded.
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