From syllables, lines and stanzas to linked open data: standardization, interoperability and multilingual challenges for digital humanities

González-Blanco García, Elena, Manailescu, Mara y Ros, Salvador(2016) .From syllables, lines and stanzas to linked open data: standardization, interoperability and multilingual challenges for digital humanities. Congreso TEEM (2016. Salamanca).En: Salamanca. (2016-11-02)

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Título de la Conferencia Congreso TEEM (2016. Salamanca)
Fecha de inicio de la Conferencia 2016-11-02
Fecha fín de la Conferencia 2016-11-04
Lugar de la Conferencia Salamanca
Detalles de la Conferencia International Conference Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality (Salamanca. 2-4 noviembre 2016)
Titulo From syllables, lines and stanzas to linked open data: standardization, interoperability and multilingual challenges for digital humanities
Autor(es) González-Blanco García, Elena
Manailescu, Mara
Ros, Salvador
Materia(s) Filología
Abstract This proposal presents the challenges and first results of POSTDATA ERC Starting Grant project, which aims at bridging the digital gap among traditional poetry collections and the growing world of data. It is focused on poetry analysis, classification and publication, applying Digital Humanities methods of academic analysis in order to look for standardization. The context of the project is the corpora of European poetry, with a special focus on poetic materials from different languages and literary traditions. Interoperability problems between the different poetry collections are solved by using semantic web technologies to link and publish literary datasets in a structured way in the linked data cloud. This paper will present the current situation in the field of digital humanities analyzing poetry as the “study case” and the application of different technologies used in the field of digital humanities to provide new and innovative results. It will also introduce LINDH, the Digital Humanities Innovation Lab at UNED, a pioneer Digital Humanities center in Spain and its role as a facilitator of different technologies to be applied to the study of traditional humanistic problems with the most updates technologies in the field.
Palabra clave digital humanities
Linked Open Data
TEI-XML
poetry
semantic web
Fecha 2016
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Idioma eng
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