CLS INFRA: One Year in Practice

Julie M. Birkholz, Lisanne van Rossum, Bartlomiej Kunda, Justin Tonra, Artjoms Šeļa, Silvie Cinkova, K.H. van Dalen-Oskam, Ciara Lynn Murphy, Ingo Börner, Sally Chambers, Matej Durco, Jennifer Edmond, Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra, Peer Trilcke, Sharma Srishti, Christof Schöch, Marco Raciti, Eliza Papaki, Carolin Odebrecht, Michal MrugalskiMichal Kren, Vicky Garnett, Maciej Eder, Julia Dudar

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Computational Literary Studies Infrastructure, funded by the Horizon2020 grant scheme, is a four-year, pan-European project that aims to unify the diverse landscape of computational text analysis, in terms of available texts, tools, methods, practices and so forth, within its growing international user community. The project started out in February 2021, meaning that it has been underway for just over a year. In our poster we discuss the various deliverables and activities that have come out of the CLS INFRA project in its first quarter to give an idea of its impact in practice.
Originele taal-2Engels
StatusGepubliceerd - 28 jul. 2022
EvenementDigital Humanties 2022: Responding to Asian Diversity - Toshi Center Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
Duur: 25 jul. 202229 jul. 2022


ConferentieDigital Humanties 2022
Verkorte titelDH2022
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