Glossaire des Patois de la Suisse Romande
XML Marking of Fascicles 123-127 and 129-132
Project Management: Dr. Yan Greub (Université de Neuchâtel) · Université de Neuchâtel
Project Participants: Universität Trier - Trier Center for Digital Humanities (TCDH)
Sponsors: Schweizerischen Akademie der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften (SAGW)
Running time: -
Contact person (TCDH): Dr Thomas Burch
Research Area: Digital Edition and Lexicography
Keywords: Retro Digitization
Website of the Project: Further Information
The Glossaire des patois de la Suisse romande is a multi-volume dictionary that documents the vocabulary of French-speaking western Switzerland. In order to be able to make the dictionary accessible to a wider public, successive retro-digitalization is being carried out. Nicolas Schenk realized the XML markup of the articles. The articles that have been completed so far can be accessed on the web portal.
Cultural Heritage Studies
We are research partners for all humanities disciplines and rely on strategic networking of all the people involved.
Structures in terms of content and logic are developed formally and modeled independently of the system in data collections via computer-aided methods.
Via the digital merging of several dictionaries, comprehensive searches can be easily achieved.
Full Text Digitization
High-quality full-text digitization in form of a diplomatic copy is a decisive requirement in order to store basic works in databases and, thus, to make them searchable and connectable.
Implementing Research Projects Digitally
We model text data and multimedia objects, apply our tools and establish procedures, design websites and ensure sustainable research data management.
Open Access, Open Source, Open Data as well as other terms represent a research sector with transparent approaches and freely available results.
We consider our work processes to be an interface between technical expertise, knowledge-based services and humanities research in the range of Digital Humanities.
XML / Web-Technologies
We consistently use generally accepted methods for the modeling, development and transformation of information.