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Matej Ďurčo
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subtitles Address: Bäckerstraße 13
subtitles Address: c/o ACDH-CH
subtitles City: Vienna
subtitles Region: Vienna
subtitles Country: Austria
subtitles Email: matej.durco(at)oeaw.ac.at
Matej Ďurčo
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info Presentation held at the 2016 Cultural Heritage and New Technologies Conference Vienna
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info Presentation at dha2017 – Digital Humanities Austria 2017, Innsbruck.
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info Presentation at ACDH Tool Gallery 4.1. How to model your data with CIDOC CRM
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info The AMC was created as part of a public-private cooperation between the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Austria Press Agency (APA).
Thanks to the efforts of APA, the AMC covers a great portion of the Austrian media landscape of the past three decades, comprising a wide range of text types which can be classified as journalistic prose (Austrian newspapers, magazines, press releases). The texts in the AMC are lemmatized and tagged with part-of-speech labels. The corpus can be accessed via a corpus search engine (SketchEngine) on the premises of the institute. Versioning in the collection: Identical major version numbers (e.g. 2.x) indicate, that these versions have been processed using the very same tools and parameters. Increasing minor version numbers (e.g. 2.1, 2.2 ...) indicate the addition of new data. I.e. with increasing version numbers the corpora are monotonically growing.
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today Available Date: 6 Oct 2014 Version: 2.0
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info The AMC was created as part of a public-private cooperation between the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Austrian Press Agency (APA).
The AMC covers a great portion of the Austrian media landscape of the past three decades, comprising a wide range of text types which can be classified as journalistic prose (Austrian newspapers, magazines, press releases).
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today Available Date: 30 Nov 2015 Version: 2.1
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info The AMC was created as part of a public-private cooperation between the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Austrian Press Agency (APA).
The AMC covers a great portion of the Austrian media landscape of the past three decades, comprising a wide range of text types which can be classified as journalistic prose (Austrian newspapers, magazines, press releases).
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today Available Date: 30 Aug 2016 Version: 2.2
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info The AMC was created as part of a public-private cooperation between the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Austrian Press Agency (APA).
The AMC covers a great portion of the Austrian media landscape of the past three decades, comprising a wide range of text types which can be classified as journalistic prose (Austrian newspapers, magazines, press releases).
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today Available Date: 30 Jan 2017 Version: 2.3
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info The AMC was created as part of a public-private cooperation between the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Austrian Press Agency (APA).
The AMC covers a great portion of the Austrian media landscape of the past three decades, comprising a wide range of text types which can be classified as journalistic prose (Austrian newspapers, magazines, press releases).
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today Available Date: 16 Oct 2017
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info ‘A puzzle in 4D’ is a project dealing with the general problem of integration of heterogeneous and incomplete digital and non-digital records of archaeological long-term excavations to prepare them for spatio-temporal analysis and long-term archiving based on national and international standards and open-access online publication for specialists and the general public.
As part of the project 'A Puzzle in 4D' a digital archive of the Austrian excavations at Tell el-Daba in Egypt has been created. Resources that are located at the Institute of Oriental and European Archaeology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences were processed. These resources come from excavations carried out between 1966 and 2009 and were both analogue and digital. Analogue resources have been digitised for the archive (field drawings, inventory books, convolute maps, plans ,protocols, photos), and digital resources have been ordered, consistently named and converted into durable file formats.
In this project, a workflow based on semantic technology has been created for the integration of metadata and data.
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