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Digital Humanities Benelux Conference 2017

Posters

Posters

A linked open data infrastructure for complex, heterogeneous Humanities data René van der Ark, Marnix van Berchum, Bas Doppen, Ronald Dekker, Gertjan Filarski, Meindert Kroese, Martijn Maas, Valentina Maccatrozzo and Jauco Noordzij
A Sea of Stone: Digitally Analyzing Jewish Funerary Inscriptions Ortal-Paz Saar
Accelerating Linguistic Research through Advanced Digital Methods Jan Odijk
Analysing player decision-making of a moral dilemma through a neural network analysis of Youtube gameplay videos Stephanie de Smale, Bram van den Brink, Remco Veltkamp and Johan Jeuring
Applications of the Diachronic Semantic Lexicon of Dutch (DiaMaNT) to historical document retrieval Katrien Depuydt and Jesse de Does
Artists in late medieval Ghent: a digital replication study Yvonne Colijn, Marten Jan Bok and Harm Nijboer
Bridging the Gap between Material and Immaterial Cultural Heritage in PARTHENOS VREs Emiliano Degl’Innocenti
DARIAH-BE: Sharing experiences and lessons learned: Top 5 tips from establishing a network of DH Research Centres in Belgium Sally Chambers, Katrien Deroo, Björn-Olav Dozo and Tom Gheldof
Development of a IIIF-based digital corpus management and text analysis platform Joke Daems, Christophe Verbruggen, Sally Chambers and Tecle Zere
Digital Medievalist. Presenting a Web-Based Community for Medievalists with Digital Media Mike Kestemont and Els De Paermentier
Dutch Overview Digital Humanities Julia Noordegraaf, Claartje Rasterhoff, Ivan Kisjes, Romy Beck and Vincent Baptist
ECARTICO: A comparative analysis of the market for paintings in 16th and 17th century Antwerp and Amsterdam Anne-Rieke van Schaik, Harm Nijboer and Marten Jan Bok
Golden Agents: Creative Industries and the Making of the Dutch Golden Age Harm Nijboer and Charles van den Heuvel
HIRMEOS – High Integration of Research Monographs in the European Open Science infrastructure Andrea Bertino
Hybrid query solution for humanities domain Matteo Lorenzini
ITAF: Rewiring the Italian ‘Nation’ of the Army of Flanders (1567-1714) Maurizio Arfaioli
Make the most of Humanities Data Marnix Van Berchum, Sebastiaan Derks, Ger Dijkstra, Jauco Noordzij and Lodewijk Petram
Names and character diversity in Dutch children’s literature Gerrit Bloothooft, Lucas van der Deijl and Richard Thiel
The PARTHENOS Research Infrastructure Sheena Bassett
The Standardization Survival Kit (SSK). A comprehensive interface for a wider use of standards within Arts and Humanities Marie Puren, Charles Riondet and Dorian Seillier
To a lexicon of eighteenth-century pietistic language Martha Visscher-Houweling and Fred van Lieburg
Trends in lexical diversity of the Troonrede Hugo Quené
Trismegistos People. The extended version Yanne Broux
Compiling CODECS: MediaWiki as a knowledge management platform for Celtic studies Dennis Groenewegen