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September 11th Monday

September 12th Tuesday

Programme

September 11th Monday

9:00-9:15
Opening
9:15-10:45
Long papers Peter Broadwell, Tomoko Bialock, Hiroyuki Ikuura Macroscopic Exploration of Large Text and Image Collections via Similarity Heatmaps
Long papers Eun Seo Jo, Dai Shen, Michael Xing, Mark Algee-Hewitt A Neural Network Approach to Linguistic Change over Time
Long papers Alexandre Gefen, Mark Andrew Algee-Hewitt, David McClure, Frédéric Glorieux, Marianne Reboul, J.D. Porter, Marine Riguet Vector based measure of semantic shifts across different cultural corpora as a proxy to comparative history of ideas
11:00-12:15
Long papers Asanobu Kitamoto FAIRness for Citizens: Workflow and Platform for Open Data with a Case Study on Edo Cooking Recipes
Short papers Paul Arthur, John Ryan, Heather Boyd FloraCultures: Conserving Plant-Based Cultural Heritage in Australia through Digital Approaches(Canceled)
Short papers Kevin McDowell Making a Mark: Tradition and Technology in the Digitization of the Japanese Votive Slips Collection at the University of Oregon
Short papers Elina Leblanc A bottom-up and top-down strategy to identify collaborative services for the development of a 2.0 digital library: the case of Fonte Gaia Bib(Canceled)
12:15-13:30
Lunch break
13:30-14:45
Long papers Jack Bowers, Laurent Romary Language Documentation and Standards in Digital Humanities: TEI and the documentation of Mixtepec-Mixtec
Short papers Yona Takahashi, Masakatsu Nagai, Toshihito Waki Application of the Concept of “Linkbase” for Digitalization of Linguistic Resources and Analysis.
Short papers Naoki Kokaze, Kiyonori Nagasaki, Makoto Goto, Yuta Hashimoto, Masahiro Shimoda, Albert Charles Muller TEI/XML Markup of Engi-shiki as Research Platform for Historians of Ancient Japan
Short papers Raphael Kur Ontological Engineering in Philosophy. Example of Phenomenological Data
15:00-16:10
Panel Kristin Allukian, Mauro Carassai, Laura Hale Transformative Data: Data-Driven Reconfigurations of Interdisciplinary Work in the Digital Humanities
16:25-17:25
KeynoteDonald Sturgeon Collaboration at scale: emerging infrastructures for digital scholarship
17:30-18:30
Poster slam and poster core time



September 12th Tuesday

9:00-10:30
Long papers Tomoji Tabata Mapping Dickens’s Novels in a Network of Words, Topics, and Texts: Topic Modelling a Corpus of Classic Fiction
Long papers Fotis Jannidis Analyzing Features for the Detection of Happy Endings in German Novels
Long papers Ayaka Kuroda Machine-Learning Approaches to Literary Works: Novels of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
10:45-12:15
Long papers Kosetsu Ikeda, Kiyonori Nagasaki, Atsuyuki Morishima Human-assisted OCR of Japanese Books with Multistep Microtasks(Canceled)
Long papers David Joseph Wrisley Creating Geotagged Humanities Data via Smartphone: Opportunities and Challenges
Long papers James Brusuelas Another Kind of Mime. Another Kind of Digital Humanities
12:15-13:30
Lunch break (Annual General Meeting of JADH)
13:30-14:50
Special Thematic Session Organized by L-Crowd, Hondigi, JST CREST CyborgCrowd

Chairs: Takashi Harada (Doshisha University), Kiyonori Nagasaki(International Institute for Digital Humanities), Kosetsu Ikeda (Chiba University), Atsuyuki Morishima (University of Tsukuba)
The Power of Crowdsourcing and Libraries
15:05-16:35
Long papers Chao-Lin Liu, Hongsu Wang Matrix and Graph Operations for Relationship Inference: An Illustration with the Kinship Relationship in China Biographical Database
Short papers Takanori Kawashima, Takashi Harada Semi-automatic reconstruction of category for integrated ordinance database
Short papers Miki Kimura Employing Syntactic Features in Authorship Attribution of Three Writers: Alice Bradley Sheldon, Ernest Hemingway, and Theodore Sturgeon
Short papers Masayuki Asahara, Nao Ikegami, Yutaka Hara, Sachi Kato, Tai Suzuki Annotation of ‘Word List by Semantic Principles’ Labels for `Corpus of Historical Japanese’ Heian Period
Short papers Lisa Tagliaferri Building Networks and Creating Access in Early Modern Europe
16:30-17:00
Closing



Poster Presentation - September 11th Monday

Core time:
11 Sep
17:30-18:30
Maiko KimuraDevelopment of a title authority database for Chinese classic works
Mai Omura, Yuta Takahashi, Masayuki Asahara Universal Dependency for Japanese Modern Language
jenjou HungCBETA Research Platform: A Digital Research Environment for Studying Chinese Buddhist Literature in the New Era
Hajime Murai Situational Effects on Functional Word Frequencies within Conversational Sentences in Japanese Novels
Donald SturgeonEnabling digital humanities research and teaching through digital library APIs
Kumiko McDowellSurviving the storm: The Revival of Edo Cultural Traditions through Local and Cultural Networking
Senan Kiryakos, Shigeo Sugimoto, Jin-Ha Lee, Jacob Jett, Yi-Yun Cheng, J. Stephen DownieTowards a Conceptual Framework for Superworks
Yan Cong, Masao TakakuA Prototype of Linked Open Data Model for Tang Poems
Michiru Hirano, Hilofumi YamamotoExtracting the Patterns of Harmonic Features within Mozart's Symphonies and String Quartets Compositions based on the Notion of Pitch-Class Set
Tetsuya Mihara, Mistuharu Nagamori, Shigeo SugimotoCreating A Work Entity Dataset of Console Games Using Wikipedia
Steven Braun, Kelsey MenningaVisualizing Narratives of the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Zhenao Wei, Lilang Xiong, Kazuki Mori, Tung Duc Nguyen, Tomohiro Harada, Ruck Thawonmas, Keiko Suzuki, Masaaki Kidachi Deep Features for Image Classification and Image Similarity Perception
Howard ChenConstructing a Comprehensive Online Platform for Corpus Studies in Taiwan
Akihiro KawaseCounting the Traditional Japanese Musical Scales: Analyzing Folk Songs from Chugoku and Kyushu Districts
Satoru NakamuraDevelopment of System to Encourage Data Sharing and Usage among Process on Historical Study with Linked Data
Hilofumi Yamamoto, Bor HodoscekRelationships between Flowers in a Word Embedding Space of Classic Japanese Poetry