Posters to be presented at DH2008
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  • Benjamin Birkenhake and Andreas Witt The German Hamlets: An Advanced Text Technological Application

  • Ron Van den Branden, Melissa Terras and Edward Vanhoutte TEI by Example: Pedagogical Approaches Used in the Construction of Online Digital Humanities Tutorials

  • Arianna Ciula and Tamara Lopez Fine Rolls in Print and on the Web: A Reader Study

  • Charles Cooney, Russell Horton, Mark Olsen, Glenn Roe and Robert Voyer PhiloMine: An Integrated Environment for Humanities Text Mining

  • Michael Elkink, Ray Siemens and Karin Armstrong Social Networking and Online Collaborative Research with REKn and PReE

  • J. Stephen Downie, Andreas F. Ehmann and Jin Ha Lee The Music Information Retrieval Evaluation eXchange (MIREX): Community-Led Formal Evaluations

  • Dmitri Evmenov A Computerized Corpus of Karelian Dialects: Design and Implementation

  • Ismail Fahmi, Peter Scholing and Junte Zhang Digitally Deducing Information about the Early American History with Semantic Web Techniques

  • Alida Isolani, Paolo Ferragina, Dianella Lombardini and Tommaso SchiavinottoTauRo – A search and advanced management system for XML documents

  • Anthony Johnson, Lisa Lena Opas-Hänninen and Jyri Vaahtera The Orationes Project

  • Patrick Juola, John Noecker, Mike Ryan and Mengjia Zhao JGAAP3.0 -- Authorship Attribution for the Rest of Us

  • Julia G. Krivoruchko, Eleonora Litta Modignani Picozzi and Elena Pierrazzo Translation Studies and XML: Biblical Translations in Byzantine Judaism, a Case Study

  • Harald Lüngen and Andreas Witt Multi-Dimensional Markup: N-way relations as a generalisation over possible relations between annotation layers

  • Ernesto Mainoldi BIBLIOTHECA MORIMUNDI. Virtual reconstitution of the manuscript library of the abbey of Morimondo

  • Maki Miyake Investigating word co-occurrence selection with extracted sub-networks of the Gospels

  • Kiyoko Myojo and Shin'ichiro Sugo Literary Space: A New Integrated Database System for Humanities Research

  • Kiyonori Nagasaki A Collaboration System for the Philology of the Buddhist Study

  • Thomas O'Connor et al. Information Technology and the Humanities: The Experience of Irish in Europe Project

  • Giuliano Pascucci Shakespeare on the tree

  • Elena Pierazzo and Raffaele Viglianti XSLT (2.0) handbook for multiple hierarchies processing

  • Jeanmarie Rouhier-Willoughby, Mark Richard Lauersdorf and Dorothy Carr Porter Russian Folk Religious Imagination

  • Ana Rueda, Mark Richard Lauersdorf and Dorothy Carr Porter Using and Extending FRBR for the Digital Library for the Enlightenment and the Romantic Period – The Spanish Novel (DLER-SN)

  • Arif Shaon and Amy Smith Applying the CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model to the Ure Museum Database to Achieve Enhanced and Uniform Data Accessibility

  • Mari Siiroinen, Tatiana Stepanova and Mikko Virtanen How to convert paper archives into a digital data base? Problems and solutions in the case of the Morphology Archives of Finnish Dialects

  • James Stout, Clifford Wulfman and Elli Mylonas A Bibliographic Utility for Digital Humanities Projects

  • Haruko Takahashi A Digital Chronology of the Fashion, Dress and Behavior from Meiji to early Showa periods(1868-1945)

  • Mary L. Tripp, Thomas Rudy McDaniel, Natalie Underberg, Karla Kitalong and Steve Fiore Knight’s Quest: A Video Game to Explore Gender and Culture in Chaucer’s England

  • Martin Wynne et al. CLARIN: Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure

  • Lisa Young, James Stout and Elli Mylonas Fortune Hunting: Art, Archive, Appropriation