Tagged: Leipzig


Out now: French Literary Studies and the Digital Paradigm Shift

In what seems like a distant past, that is in september 2012, Lars Schneider and me organized a two-day session at the bi-annual conference of the German French Scholars’ Association in Leipzig (Frankoromanistenkongress; website no longer available!). The other day, the proceedings finally came out and we are of course very happy and proud. Just because it is digital doesn’t...


Quick follow-up: of the use of distractors in stylometry

This is just a very quick follow-up post to my last post about the Molière-Corneille problem. There, I had noticed that when trying to make the “stylo” script discriminate between Molière and Corneille’s plays, while there was no overlap between the two plays, there also was no clear separating line between the two groups of plays. The supervised method helped...

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