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Computers and the Humanities

1994 Volume 27, Number 5

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Signs, Symbols, and Discourses: A New Direction for Computer-Aided Literature Studies

    Mark Olsen

    Contends that computer-aided literature studies have failed to impact the field as a whole. Asserts that new databases, such as TLG or ARTFL, allow wide-spectrum analyses that may transform the way... More

    pp. 309-14

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  2. The Surface of Language and Humanities Computing

    Charles Henry

    Asserts that humanities computing techniques and methodologies remain marginal to mainstream literary scholarship. Argues for large scale analyses of text databases that would incorporate a shift... More

    pp. 315-22

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  3. Finding the Range: Linguistic Analysis and Its Role in Computer-Assisted Literary Study

    Stephen Naoyuki Matsuba

    Describes how linguistic analysis can change the computer from a generator of data that can be used to develop a critical analysis to a tool that provides a means to explore the processes and... More

    pp. 331-40

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