'Document Classification Based on What is There and What Should Be There': DigiPal at DH2013
The DigiPal project will be represented indirectly at DH2013 through related work primarily by Noga Levy and Lior Wolf from the Tel Aviv University, Israel. Noga will be presenting a paper on work done using a predecessor of the DigiPal dataset to predict what features of handwriting might have been missed during the process of annotating and describing the scribal hands. The full, detailed abstract of the paper is available online at <http://dh2013.unl.edu/abstracts/ab-303.html> and is published as N. Levy, L. Wolf and P.A. Stokes, 'Document Classification Based on What is There and What Should Be There', in Digital Humanities 2013: Conference Abstracts (Lincoln, NE, 2013), pp. 279–82.
I will not be in Lincoln myself, unfortunately, but there is a lot of interesting work being presented there, and Noga's talk will certainly be among them.
What: Noga Levy, presenting 'Document Classification Based on What is There and What Should Be There'.
Where: Digital Humanities 2013, Lincoln, Nebraska.
When: Session LP28 (Room CBA143), 13:30–15:00 on Friday 19 July 2013.
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