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Computers and the Humanities

1995 Volume 29, Number 6

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Electronic Literacy, Critical Pedagogy, and Collaboration: A Case for Cyborg Writing

    Carol L. Winkelmann

    Argues that the combination of collaborative writing and electronic resources can produce a reaffirmation of literacy as a social process. Utilizes feminist theory to equate the postmodernist... More

    pp. 431-48

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  2. Shakespeare vs. Fletcher: A Stylometric Analysis by Radial Basis Functions

    David Lowe & Robert Matthews

    Illustrates how Radial Basis Function (RBF) network techniques can be used to explore questions concerning authorship of historic documents. Demonstrates the utility and potential for using... More

    pp. 449-61

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