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Knowledge Organization for Digital Humanities
Wartena, Christian ;  Franke-Maier, Michael ;  De Luca, Ernesto

Main titleKnowledge Organization for Digital Humanities
SubtitleProceedings of the 15th Conference on Knowledge Organization WissOrg'17 of the German Chapter of the International Society for Knowledge Organization (ISKO), 30th November - 1st December 2017, Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin
EditorWartena, Christian
EditorFranke-Maier, Michael
EditorDe Luca, Ernesto
No. of Pages43 Seiten
KeywordsDigital Humanities; Knowledge Organization; German Copyright Law; Free Verse Prosody; Rhythmical Patterns; Political Event Coding, Cognitive Maps; Density; Iconicity; Handwritten Text Recognition; Johann Christian Senckenberg; Keyword assignment; Maya Script; Digital Index; Decipherment Proceedings
Classification (DDC)001 Knowledge
020 Library and information sciences
320 Political science
410 Linguistics
490 Other languages
AbstractWissensorganisation is the name of a series of biennial conferences / workshops with a long tradition, organized by the German chapter of the International Society of Knowledge Organization (ISKO). The 15th conference in this series, held at Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin, focused on knowledge organization for the digital humanities. Structuring, and interacting with, large data collections has become a major issue in the digital humanities. In these proceedings, various aspects of knowledge organization in the digital humanities are discussed, and the authors of the papers show how projects in the digital humanities deal with knowledge organization.
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FU DepartmentUniversitätsbibliothek (UB)
Year of publication2018
Type of documentConference report/document
LanguageEnglish
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Created at2018-03-14 : 11:39:39
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Static URLhttp://edocs.fu-berlin.de/docs/receive/FUDOCS_document_000000028863
ISBN978-3-96110-163-4
DOI10.17169/FUDOCS_document_000000028863
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