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Computational Humanities Programme
Four large projects in the field of ‘computational humanities have been selected on the basis of international peer review. All projects involve cooperation between researchers from at least two KNAW institutes and one or more universities.
Dutch census data in a web of global cultural and historic information.
The project builds on stylistic research usually related to authorship attribution, but wants to refocus the used methods and techniques for quality discrimination purposes.
How can we model the process of oral transmission?
A computational approach to network analysis using Indonesian language electronic newspaper archives.
These projects explore what new developments in tools and methods mean for the ways in which those engaged in the humanities and social sciences conduct their research.
RECODE stands for RECommendations for Open Access to Research Data in Europe
Network of Excellence in InterNet Science (EINS) is a European Commission project funded under the Seventh Framework Programme
Academic Careers Understood through Measurements and Norms (ACUMEN) is a major European research project