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A Framework for TEI-Based Scholarly Text Editions
In this paper, we describe an interdisciplinary project in which visualization techniques were developed for and applied to scholarly work from literary studies. The aim was to bring Christof Schöch's electronic edition of Bérardier de Bataut's Essai sur le récit (1776) to the web. This edition is based on the Text Encoding Initiative's XML-based encoding scheme (TEI P5, subset TEI-Lite). This now de facto standard applies to machine-readable texts used chiefly in the humanities and social sciences. The intention of ...
Conputational Linguistic Approach to Implicit Sentiment Analysis: Politeness and Sentiment Interaction
Sentiment analysis is a hot topic in many research fields such as linguistics, computer science and marketing. With the development of technology, machines can reach very high performance on explicit sentiment analysis both sentence-level and aspect-level. The role of computational linguists has also changed from handcrafting scoring rules to guide training data annotation as the algorithms are developed from rule-based scoring to deep learning models that can extract language features themselves. Moreover, research ...