Computational Humanities Research 2021 (CHR2021)
Date:17.11.2021 bis 19.11.2021
digital per zoom
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Computational Humanities Research @CompHumResearch
At the Computational Humanities Research 2021 (CHR2021) conference in Amsterdam, the team of the project "Zeta und Konsorten" (Keli Du, Iuliia Dudar, Cora Rok, and Christof Schöch) will present their research.
The talk will present a quantitative and qualitative comparison of a distinctiveness measure “Zeta”, well known in Computational Literary Studies, with a new measure “Eta”. Through the comparison, it will be shown that the two measures are able to identify relevant, interpretable distinctive words in a target corpus. Furthermore, a first attempt is made to identify the main differences between these two measures by interpreting the most relevant distinctive words.
Topics: Computational Literary Studies, Digital Literary and Cultural Studies, Methods of Text Analysis, Networked Research, Open Science
Projects: Zeta and Company