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Gioele Marozzi and Federica Marti From analog to digital archives : memory preservation in Europe

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Thunnis van Oort and Ivan Kisjes Run-zone-clearance in the Netherlands? Cinema distribution and exhibition patterns based on historical film programming data (1918-1940)

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Douwe Zeldenrust Changes in access to collections and data: impact and coping strategies of collection and data departments with regard to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (poster)

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Vera Provatorova, Evangelos Kanoulas, Sven Dupré, Anna Carlgren and Marieke Hendriksen Art DATIS: Improving Search in Multilingual Corpora to Support Art Historians

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Andrea Sangiacomo, Raluca Tanasescu, Silvia Donker and Hugo Hogenbirk Digital Methods for Corpus Expansion in Early Modern Philosophy Research

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Christel Annemieke Romein, Sara Veldhoen and Michel de Gruijter Short Project Introduction: The enhancement of the search-ability of OCRed Texts. HTR, Segmentation and meta-dating Early Modern Ordinances

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Leon Wessels, Tom Gheldof and Tanja Wissik The DH Course Registry: An International Platform for Finding and Promoting DH Courses

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Karen Goes, Sara Veldhoen and Steven Claeyssens Exploring text mining techniques to structure a digitized catalogue

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Jingxuan Guo, Rik Vosters and Jelle Mast Framing terrorism in Chinese media: A computer-assisted frame analysis

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Lodewijk Petram and Gijsbert Kruithof Mapping and aligning person name elements in LOD using the Person Name Vocabulary (PNV)

Nr. 42

Mariella Bastian and Mykola Makhortykh The same but different? Constructing the history of the Holocaust on Wikipedia

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Martine Vermandere and Sally Chambers Challenges for initiating digital public history projects in heritage institutions. The online exhibition ‘Belgian refugees in England during World War One’: a case study.

Nr. 55

Iason Jongepier, Mike Kestemont, Tim Soens and Ilja Van Damme Antwerp Time Machine

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Hannah Busch In Search of Ground-Truth for artificial Palaeography

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Iiro Tiihonen, Ville Vaara, Mikko Tolonen and Leo Lahti Scalable Analysis of Publishers and Printers of Early Modern Britain by a Semi-automated Curation Process

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Kaspar Beelen, Mariona Coll Ardanuy, Ruth Ahnert, David Beavan, Giovanni Colavizza, Rosa Filgueira, Kasra Hosseini, Jon Lawrence, Barbara McGillivray, Katherine McDonough, Mia Ridge, Giorgia Tolfo, Daniel van Strien and Daniel Wilson The Agency of Machines: Probing the history of technology with computational linguistics

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Sally Chambers, Wout Dillen, Tom Gheldof, Wouter Ryckbosch, Vincent Vandeghinste and Christophe Verbruggen From DARIAH to CLARIAH in Flanders. Challenges and Opportunities for the Development of an Open Humanities Service Infrastructure


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Martijn Maas, Menzo Windhouwer, Jauco Noordzij and Ronald Dekker Versioning & Provenance in Timbuctoo

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Veronique De Tier, Jacques Van Keymeulen, Roxane Vandenberghe, Lien Hellebaut, Sally Chambers, Jesse De Does, Katrien Depuydt and Tanneke Schoonheim Database of Southern Dutch Dialects: demonstrating the opportunities for digital lexicographical research

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Ulysse Rubens, Matthia Sabatelli, Pierre Geurts and Raphael Maree Cytomine for digital humanities: remote visualization, sharing, annotation and analysis of large-scale imaging datasets with web technologies and machine/deep learning

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Julie M. Birkholz, Albert Meroño Peñuela Decomplexifying networks: a tool for RDF/Wikidata to network analysis
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