Proceedings of the NoDaLiDa 2017 Workshop on Processing Historical Language

Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings 133 (2017)

NEALT Proceedings Series 32 (2017)

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Editor(s): Gerlof Bouma and Yvonne Adesam

Published: 2017-05-10

ISBN: 978-91-7685-503-4

ISSN: 1650-3686 (print), 1650-3740 (online)

Number of pages: 58


1 Variance in Historical Data: How bad is it and how can we profit from it for historical linguistics?
Stefanie Dipper

2 Improving POS Tagging in Old Spanish Using TEITOK
Maarten Janssen, Josep Ausensi, and Josep M. Fontana

3 The Making of the Royal Society Corpus
Jörg Knappen, Stefan Fischer, Hannah Kermes, Elke Teich, and Peter Fankhauser

4 Normalizing Medieval German Texts: from rules to deep learning
Natalia Korchagina

5 Ambiguity in Semantically Related Word Substitutions: an investigation in historical Bible translations
Maria Moritz and Marco Büchler

6 The Lemlat 3.0 Package for Morphological Analysis of Latin
Marco Passarotti, Marco Budassi, Eleonora Litta, and Paolo Ruffolo

7 HistoBankVis: Detecting Language Change via Data Visualization
Christin Schätzle, Michael Hund, Frederik L. Dennig, Miriam Butt, and Daniel A. Keim

8 Comparing Rule-based and SMT-based Spelling Normalisation for English Historical Texts
Gerold Schneider, Eva Pettersson, and Michael Percillier

9 Data-driven Morphology and Sociolinguistics for Early Modern Dutch
Marijn Schraagen, Marjo van Koppen, and Feike Dietz

10 Applying BLAST to Text Reuse Detection in Finnish Newspapers and Journals, 1771-1910
Aleksi Vesanto, Asko Nivala, Heli Rantala, Tapio Salakoski, Hannu Salmi, and Filip Ginter