Papers

Monica Berti (Universität Leipzig), Bridget Almas (Perseus Digital Library, Tufts University) The Linked Fragment: TEI and the encoding of text re-uses of lost authors
Michelle Dalmau (Indiana University, United States of America), Kevin S. Hawkins (University of Michigan, United States of America) “Reports of My Death Are Greatly Exaggerated”: Findings from the TEI in Libraries Survey
Martin de la Iglesia (Göttingen State and University Library, Germany), Mathias Göbel (Göttingen State and University Library, Germany) From entity description to semantic analysis: The case of Theodor Fontane’s notebooks
Øyvind Eide (University of Oslo, Norway) Ontologies, data modelling, and TEI
Doug Emery (University of Pennsylvania, United States of America), Dot Porter (University of Pennsylvania, United States of America) TEI and the description of the Sinai Palimpsests
Peter Fankhauser (IDS Mannheim, Germany), Oliver Pfefferkorn (IDS Mannheim, Germany), Andreas Witt (IDS Mannheim, Germany) From TUSTEP to TEI in Baby Steps
Michael Andrew Gavin (University of South Carolina, United States of America), Rachel Scott Mann (University of South Carolina, United States of America) How TEI is Taught: a Survey of Digital Editing Pedagogy
Stefanie Gehrke (Equipex Biblissima, France) TEI metadata as source to Europeana Regia – practical example and future challenges
Frédéric Glorieux (Université Paris-Sorbonne, France), Vincent Jolivet (Université Paris-Sorbonne, France) Documenter des “attentes applicatives” (processing expectations)
Susanne Haaf (Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Deutsches Textarchiv), Alexander Geyken (Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Deutsches Textarchiv) The Lifecycle of the DTA Base Format (DTABf)
Henri Hudrisier (Paragrpahe, Université Paris 8, France), Rachid Zghibi (ISD, Université La Manouba, TUNISIE), Sihem Sghidi (ISD, Université La Manouba, TUNISIE), Mokhtar Ben Henda (MICA, Université Bordeaux 3, France) Promoting the linguistic diversity of TEI in the Maghreb and the Arab region
Neven Jovanović (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Croatia) XQuerying the medieval Dubrovnik
Alexei Lavrentiev (ICAR Research Lab – Lyon University and CNRS, France), Serge Heiden (ICAR Research Lab – Lyon University and CNRS, France), Matthieu Decorde (ICAR Research Lab – Lyon University and CNRS, France) Analyzing TEI encoded texts with the TXM platform
Wioletta Miskiewicz (Institut d’Histoire et de la Philosophie des Sciences et des Techniques IHPST/CNRS/Paris, Head of Archives e-LV: http://www.elv-akt.net/) Text, TEI and Computer-Aided Humanities.
Karlheinz Moerth (Institute for Corpus Linguistics and Text Technology, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria), Gerhard Budin (Institute for Corpus Linguistics and Text Technology, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria;
Centre for Translation Studies, University of Vienna, Austria), Laurent Romary (National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control, France)
Modelling frequency data: methodological considerations on the relationship between dictionaries and corpora
Paolo Monella (University of Palermo, Italy) A Saussurean approach to graphemes declaration in charDecl for manuscripts encoding
Trevor Muñoz (University of Maryland, United States of America), Raffaele Viglianti (University of Maryland, United States of America), Neil Fraistat (University of Maryland, United States of America) Texts and Documents: new challenges for TEI interchange and the possibilities for participatory archives
Wilhelm Ott (Universität Tübingen, Germany), Tobias Ott (Stuttgart Media University, Germany;
pagina Gmbh Tübingen)
Beyond nodes and branches: scripting with TXSTEP
Wendell Piez (Piez Consulting Services, United States of America) TEI in LMNL: Implications for modeling
Brian L. Pytlik Zillig (Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States of America), Brett Barney (Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States of America) TEI at Thirty Frames Per Second: Animating Textual Data from TEI Documents using XSLT and SVG
Alessia Scacchi (University of Rome “Sapienza”, Italia) Analysis of isotopy: a hermeneutic model
António Rito Silva (Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal), Manuel Portela (University of Coimbra, Portugal) TEI4LdoD: Textual Encoding and Social Editing in Web 2.0 Environments
Francesca Trasselli (Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico, Italia), Giliola Barbero (Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico, Italia), Gian Paolo Bagnato (Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico, Italia) TEI <msDesc> and the Italian Tradition of Manuscript Cataloguing
Raffaele Viglianti (University of Maryland), Solveig Schreiter (Musikabteilung der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin), Benjamin Bohl (Universität Paderborn) A stand-off critical apparatus for the libretto of Der Freischütz