Jul 2009

#classics
#nlp

NLP for Classical Studies


If you're into humanities computing and NLP, you might want to check out the eAqua project. eAqua stands for 'Extraction of structured knowledge from ancient sources', and it's a project that combines various text mining techniques to extract information for ancient texts.

The eAqua-project aims at generating specific knowledge from ancient texts and will provide this knowledge via an open web-portal to the scientific community for future empirical studies. For this purpose researches from the fields of Computer Science and Ancient Science will cooperate to adapt the available text mining technologies to the needs and requirements of the Ancient Studies.

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A bunch of sub-projects are avaliable: atthidograph.eaqua.net, platon.eaqua.net, plaut-metrik.eaqua.net, camena.eaqua.net, inschrift.eaqua.net, papyrus.eaqua.net

Cite this blog post:


Michele Pasin. NLP for Classical Studies. Blog post on www.michelepasin.org. Published on July 31, 2009.

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2017


paper  Using Linked Open Data to Bootstrap a Knowledge Base of Classical Texts

WHiSe 2017 - 2nd Workshop on Humanities in the Semantic web (colocated with ISWC17), Vienna, Austria, Oct 2017.