Todd Gillen, Jean Winand, Stéphane Polis

Texts, Languages & Information Technology in Egyptology

Selected papers from the meeting of the Computer Working Group of the International Association of Egyptologists (Informatique & Égyptologie), Liège, 6-8 July 2010

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    Edité par Todd Gillen
    Edité par Jean Winand
    Edité par Stéphane Polis
    Editeur PULg - Presses de l'Université de Liège
    Distributeur Association de Boccard

    This volume represents the outcome of the meeting of the Computer Working Group of the International Association of Egyptologists (Informatique & Égyptologie) held in Liège in 2010 (6-8 July) under the auspices of the Ramses Project. The papers are based on presentations given during this meeting and have been selected in order to cover three main thematic areas of research at the intersection of Egyptology and Information Technology: (1) the construction, management and use of Ancient Egyptian annotated corpora; (2) the problems linked to hieroglyphic encoding; (3) the development of databases in the fields of art history, philology and prosopography. The contributions offer an up-to-date state of the art, discuss the most promising avenues for future research, developments and implementation, and suggest solutions to longstanding issues in the field. Two general trends characterize the projects laid out here: the desire for online accessibility made available to the widest possible audience; and the search for standardization and interoperability.The efforts in these directions are admittedly of paramount importance for the future of Egyptological research in general. Indeed, for the present and increasingly for the future, one cannot overemphasize the (empirical and methodological) impact of a generalized access to structured data of the highest possible quality that can be browsed and exchanged without loss of information.

    Stéphane POLIS, Texts, Languages & Information Technology in Egyptology. Introduction; Peter DILS & Frank FELDER, The Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae. Review and Perspectives; Stéphane POLIS, Anne-Claude HONAY & Jean WINAND, Building an Annotated Corpus of Late Egyptian. The Ramses Project: Review and Perspectives; Stéphane POLIS & Serge ROSMORDUC, Building a Construction-Based Treebank of Late Egyptian. The Syntactic Layer in Ramses; Stéphanie GOHY, Benjamin MARTIN LEON & Stéphane POLIS, Automated Text Categorization in a Dead Language. The Detection of Genres in Late Egyptian; Mark-Jan NEDERHOF, Flexible Use of Text Annotations and Distance Learning; Roberto GOZZOLI, Hieroglyphic Text Processors, Manuel de Codage, Unicode, and Lexicography; Mark-Jan NEDERHOF, The Manuel de Codage Encoding fo Hieroglyphs Impedes Development of Corpora; Vincent EUVERTE & Christian ROY, Hieroglyphic Text Corpus. Towards Standardization; Christian MADER, Bernhard HASLOFER & Niko POPITSCH, The MEKETREpository. A Collaborative Web Database for Middle Kingdom Scene Descriptions; Nathalie PREVÔT, The Digital Puzzle of the talatat from Karnak. A Tool for the Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of Theban Buildings from the Reign of Amenhotep IV; Carlos GARCIA ZAMACONA, A Database for the Coffin Texts; Azza EZZAT, The Digital Library of Inscriptions and Calligraphies; Yannis GOURDON, The AGEA Database Project. Anthroponymes et généalogies de l'Egypte ancienne; Eugene CRUZ-URIBE, Computers and Journal Publishing. A Position Paper

    Livre Broché
    Date de parution 2013-01-01
    Nbr Pages Arabes 183
    Collection Aegyptiaca Leodiensia
    ISBN 13 978-2-87562-016-3
    Type Nom