TEI Markup and XSLT—Spring 2012 - Documents

  • siteadmin
    19 Jan 2012 - 21:20 siteadmin

    Computational Work with Very Large Text Collections

    John Unsworth
    Google Books, HathiTrust, the Open Content Alliance, and the Future of TEI
    unsworth@illinois.edu

    Text Encoding Initiative Consortium
    Annual Members’ Meeting
    Ann Arbor, Michigan
    November 13, 2009

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  • siteadmin
    19 Jan 2012 - 20:50 siteadmin

    Teaching TEI: The Need for TEI by Example

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  • siteadmin
    19 Jan 2012 - 20:48 siteadmin

    Literate Documentation for XML 

    Kevin M. Reiss (kreiss@gc.cuny.edu)
    Mina Rees Library
    Graduate and University Center
    City University of New York

    The Current State of XML

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  • siteadmin
    19 Jan 2012 - 20:45 siteadmin

    DIGITISATION AND MATERIALITY FORUM

    Encoded Matter

    Laura Mandell

    In my comments responding to the excellent questions proposed for this forum, I focu upon how electronic environments for information display encourage us to revise the notion of materiality as unmediated physical experience. I propose that one should think about all physical objects, whether composed of elemental electrons or electrical impulses passed to a display screen, as models for interactive understanding rather than instances of brute reality on the one hand and virtual reality on the other.

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  • siteadmin
    19 Jan 2012 - 20:33 siteadmin

    TEI in a crystal ball

    Fotis Jannidis
    Institut für Deutsche Philologie
    Universität Würzburg, Würzburg
    Germany

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  • siteadmin
    19 Jan 2012 - 16:43 siteadmin

    The inadequacy of embedded markup for cultural heritage texts

    Desmond Schmidt
    Information Security Institute
    Queensland University of Technology, Queensland, Australia

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  • siteadmin
    19 Jan 2012 - 16:38 siteadmin

     

     

    There is now a noteworthy echo among researchers that error prone, idiosyncratic practice may turn out to be the hallmark of markup language innovation. Alongside these concerns is an acknowledgement that the functionality achieved through markup languages has been less than was expected and diffusion slower than anticipated. -Scifleet et al, 2006 

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    Fenlon, Markup, TEI
  • siteadmin
    19 Jan 2012 - 16:34 siteadmin

    "Does the digital representation of the text demand the definition of a model? In and of itself, every representation and, consequently, every form of text representation entails the implicit or explicit assumption of a model, at least if we accept the postulate that the “map is not the territory.”1 So, the conventional image of a text, handwritten or typed, is itself a text model. The same thing can be said, then, of its digital representation or, to be more precise, of every form of its digital representation, regardless of its specific kind.

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  • siteadmin
    19 Jan 2012 - 16:23 siteadmin

    Abstract

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