DATeCH 2019


DATeCH 2019 Intro. Organisers' welcome

Reinhard Altenhöner. DATeCH 2019 Keynote Speaker

DATeCH2019 - Session 1. Konstantin Baierer: Labelling OCR Ground Truth for Usage in Repositories

DATeCH2019 - Session 1. Anna-Maria Sichani: OCR for Greek polytonic (multi accent)...

DATeCH2019 - Session 1. Florian Fink: A-I-PoCoTo - Combining Automated and Interactive...

DATeCH2019 - Session 2. Zeesam Ali Sayyed: Arabic-SOS: Segmentation, Stemming, and Orthography...

DATeCH2019 - Session 2. Christian Reul: Automatic Semantic Text Tagging on Historical Lexica by...

DATeCH2019 - Session 2. Juri Opitz: Automatic Reconstruction of Emperor Itineraries from the...

DATeCH 2019 - Session 2. Askan Ashkpour: Diamonds in Borneo: Commodities as Concepts in Context

DATeCH2019 - Session 3. Clemens Neudecker: OCR-D: An end-to-end open-source OCR framework...

DATeCH2019 - Session 3. Kimmo Kettunen: Detecting Articles in a Digitized Finnish Historical News...

DATeCH2019 - Session 3. Christian Clausner: Towards the Extraction of Statistical Information from..

DATeCH2019 - Session 3. Arnau Baró: Towards a generic unsupervised method for transcription of...

DATeCH2019 - Session 4. Thomas Milo: A New Strategy for Arabic OCR: Archigraphemes, Letter Blocks...

DATeCH2019 - Session 4. Senka Drobac: Improving OCR of historical newspapers and journals...

DATeCH2019 - Session5. Rutger Van Koert: Tribunal Archives as Digital Research Facility (TRIADO) ...

DATeCH2019 - Session 5. Tom Derrick: Cross-disciplinary collaborations to enrich access to non-We...

DATeCH2019 - Session 5. George Rehm: Curation Technologies for a Cultural Heritage Archive...

DATeCH2019 - Session 5. Evagelos Varthis: Implementation of a Databaseless Web REST API...

DATeCH2019 - Session 6. Jeremi Ochab: Stylometry of literary papyri

DATeCH2019 - Session 6. Sandra Young: Using lexicography to characterise relations between specie...

DATeCH2019 - Session 7. Péter Király: Validating 111.1 milion MARC records

DATeCH2019 - Session 7. Katrien Depuydt: Turning Digitised Material into a Diachronic Corpus