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  • Authors: Romero, Veronica; Toselli, Alejandro H.; Sanchez, Joan Andreu; Vidal, Enrique;

    Historical records of daily activities provide an intriguing look into the historic life. These documents have interesting information, useful for demography studies and genealogical research. However, automatic processing of historical documents, has mostly been focused on single works of literature and less on daily records, which tend to have a distinct layout, structure, and vocabulary. This paper presents a study about the capability of state-of-the-art handwritten text recognition and key word spotting systems, when applied to this kind of documents. A relatively small set of handwritten birth records registered in Wien in the 16th century is used in the experiments. A word accuracy of about 70% and an AP of 0.74 are achieved for plain image transcription and key word spotting respectively. Taking into account the many difficulties exhibited by these handwritten documents, these preliminary results are quite encouraging.

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    Authors: Gwen Le Cor;

    This article builds on an analysis of Sea and Spar Between by Nick Montfort and Stephanie Strickland and Tree of Codes by Jonathan Safran Foer to examine print and digital forms of writing through resonance, replication, and repetition. It explores the plastic and textual space of the page and screen and focuses more specifically on the composition of fragments and the way they can be apprehended by readers. Conversely, digital borrowing is not a mechanical process of self-identical recurrence, and like its print counterpart, it is a gesture of differenciation and a play of singularities (Deleuze). In investigating the entanglement of a work with a source text, this article also explores how creative gestures initiate a “floating” space as theorized by Jean-François Lyotard, that is, a space at once rigid and flexible where the reader is both bound and floating.

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    Convergence The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies
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  • Authors: Bojan Kovačević; Slobodan Samardžić;

    AbstractThe paper draws on a particular conceptual framework for the interpretation of the current European Union (EU) crisis. Famously, the EU has been classified as an organization existing in between or beyond the modern state and international organizations. The constitutionally undefined political aim of the EU contributes mostly to its vague classification. Nevertheless, the escalation of the Eurozone crisis has revealed the inherent relation between the politically unfinished design of the EU and the inability of its actors to confront the major social and economic challenges of today. This paper argues that this systemic failure of the EU replicates another historical example, the Yugoslav federation. Beyond substantial differences between the two, there is an important similarity. They both have, embedded in their very nature, the character of an unfinished political construction. Furthermore, both the EU and Yugoslavia followed the same path from an emancipative process of federalism to an exist...

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    Authors: Wang, W.; Besançon, R.; Ferret, Olivier; Grau, B.;

    International audience; Most research in Information Extraction concentrates on the extraction of relations from texts but less work has been done about their organization after their extraction. We present in this article a multi-level clustering method to group semantically equivalent relations: a first step groups relation instances with similar expressions to form clusters with high precision; a second step groups these initial clusters into larger semantic clusters using more complex semantic similarities. Experiments demonstrate that our multi-level clustering not only improves the scalability of the method but also improves clustering results by exploiting redundancy in each initial cluster.

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  • Authors: Ged Martin;

    Philip Murphy attempts the bold task of assessing the relationship between the British monarchy and the Commonwealth, tracing the connection from the evolution of dominion status, through transitio...

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  • Authors: G.E.M. Lippiatt;

    Contemporary critics and modern historians have both faulted the Albigensian Crusade, directed against heretics in the south of France, for weakening attempts to recover Jerusalem for Christendom in the early thirteenth century. This essay explores the competition between the Albigensian and Fifth Crusades. Placing these crusades alongside each other, this essay will examine the conversation between them. It is often charged that the armed and eventually royal effort against the Albigensian heretics drained French crusaders and resources from Pope Innocent III’s second great push from 1213 to recapture Jerusalem that eventually led to a negotiated settlement under Emperor Frederick II in 1229—the year of the capitulation of Count Raymond VII of Toulouse in the Treaty of Paris. Certainly the Albigensian Crusade played its part among the European conflicts which distracted potential crusaders from setting out for the Holy Land, but this picture is incomplete. In fact, the correlation between crusade preachers and crusaders who participated in the Albigensian Crusade and the Fifth Crusade suggests that the former may have indirectly strengthened participation in the latter. By contextualising contemporary criticism of the Albigensian Crusades in favour of the drive to the East and examining the participants in and timing of expeditions to the French Midi, Egypt, and Syria, this essay argues that the Albigensian Crusade reinforced as much as distracted from the Fifth Crusade.

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    Authors: Le Jan, Régine;

    Het huwelijk van Gisela, dochter van Louis de Vrome en Judith, met Eberhard, een lid van de machtige Unrochide dynastie en honorius van Frioel, in dienst van Lotharius I, maakt deel uit van de onderhandelingen om de keizerlijke successie te regelen, eind van de jaren 830. Zowel door zijn ongebruikelijke omvang, zijn fiscaal karakter en zijn geografische impact, werpt de bruidsschat die aan Gisela werd toegekend een duidelijk licht op de inzet van de competitie zowel op niveau van het rijk als in de naburige streken, tussen de jaren 830 en het einde van de negende eeuw. Zijn symbolische kracht kan beschouwd worden als de materiële hoeksteen van de band gecreëerd door het huwelijk van Eberhard en de dochter van de keizer. De bruidsschat werd vervolgens geïnstrumentaliseerd door vele acteurs : eerst en vooral het Eberhard – Gisela echtpaar zelf die het onder zijn jongere zonen verdeelde om aldus de oudste zoon het Italiaanse en Germaanse erfgoed over te laten, en die er ook, steunend op zijn belastingautoriteiten, een klooster mee stichtte toevertrouwd aan één van de zonen, de plaats waar Gisela de familie-memoria zou laten onderhouden naar het model van de koninginnen. Verder, door de Unrochiden die het niet nalieten via de bezittingen in het Frankische Rijk en Lotharingen om hun macht te verrijken. Door Karel de Kale, uiteindelijk, die de rechten op de belastingvoordelen behield, die ze in beslag nam en teruggaf naar gelang van zijn relaties met Eberhard en zijn groep. Het verder verloop van deze bezittingen, zowel lokaal als op keizerlijk vlak, toont aan dat de symbolische kracht ervan werd overwogen, leidde tot onderhandelingen en dat de componenten ervan werden gehiërarchiseerd. Toen Eberhard nog leefde nam het echtpaar het risico de bruidsschat te verliezen, of althans een deel ervan, om meer prestige en macht te verwerven bij Lodewijk ii in Italië. Omgekeerd, eenmaal weduwe, verkoos Gisela Italië, waar haar oudste zoon de plaats van de vader had ingenomen, te verlaten om haar bruidsschat in het Frankische Rijk opnieuw terug in handen te nemen, mits schijnonderdanigheid aan haar broeder en zijn keizerlijke ambities. De bruidsschatanalyse maakt het dus mogelijk, via verschillende invalshoeken, om Gisela in een meer globale context te benaderen ten gunste van de integriteit van haar persoonlijkheid, rekening gehouden met de verstreken tijd en het verloop van het leven van een vrouw onderworpen aan druk en aan de grillen van de politiek, maar die perfect bewust is van haar status en meer dan waarschijnlijk gefocust op haar eigen doelwitten. Le mariage de Gisèle, fille de Louis le Pieux et de Judith, avec Évrard, un membre du groupe puissant Unrochide et titulaire d’honores en Frioul au service de Lothaire Ier, s’inscrit dans le contexte des négociations devant régler la succession impériale, à la fin des années 830. Par son ampleur inhabituelle, son caractère fiscal, sa situation géographique, la dot qui fut accordée à Gisèle révèle les enjeux de la compétition qui s’est jouée à l’échelle de l’empire et dans les régions transfrontalières, entre les années 830 et la fin du ixe siècle. Sa puissance symbolique était le substrat matériel d’un lien créé par le mariage d’Évrard et de la fille de l’empereur. Elle a ensuite été instrumentalisée par de nombreux acteurs : par le couple Évrard – Gisèle qui l’a répartie entre ses fils cadets pour permettre à l’aîné de recevoir l’héritage italien et alémanique, et qui a aussi réussi à fonder sur un de ces fiscs un monastère, confié à l’un des fils, où Gisèle elle-même ferait entretenir la memoria familiale, sur le modèle des reines ; par le groupe unrochide qui n’a pas manqué de s’appuyer sur ces biens en Francie et en Lotharingie pour gagner en puissance ; par Charles le Chauve qui conservait des droits sur ces biens fiscaux, qui les a confisqués, restitués, au gré de ses relations avec Évrard et son groupe. Le devenir des biens, envisagé à l’échelle locale et à l’échelle impériale, montre que le champ symbolique était lui-même évalué, négocié, hiérarchisé, puisque, du vivant d’Évrard, le couple a finalement préféré prendre le risque de perdre tout ou partie de la dot pour gagner en prestige et puissance du côté de Louis ii en Italie. Mais à l’inverse, une fois veuve, Gisèle a choisi de quitter l’Italie, où son fils aîné avait pris la place du père, pour retrouver ses biens dotaux en Francie, au prix de sa soumission, au moins apparente, à son frère et à ses ambitions impériales. L’analyse de la dot permet ainsi, en faisant varier la focale, de réinsérer Gisèle dans le contexte global pour retrouver l’unité de sa personne, tout en laissant place au temps, au déroulement de la vie d’une femme, soumise aux aléas de la politique et aux pressions, mais parfaitement consciente de son statut et sans doute de ses objectifs. The marriage of Gisela, daughter of Louis the Pious and Judith, with Eberhard, a member of the powerful Unrochide dynasty and honorius of Friuli, faithful of Lothar i, is part of the negotiations to settle the imperial succession, at the end of the 830s. By its unusual size, its fiscal character, its geographical location, Gisela’s dowry reveals the stakes of the competition at the level of the empire and its borders, between the 830s and the end of the 9th century. Its symbolic power gave physical form to the bond created by the marriage of Eberhard and the daughter of the emperor. It was then exploited by many actors : first by the Eberhard – Gisela couple who divided it among his younger sons to allow the elder one to receive the Italian and Germanic heritage, and who also succeeded in founding on one of its fisci a monastery given to one of the sons, where Gisela herself would maintain the family memoria just as the Late Carolingian queens did ; by the Unrochide group relying on its possessions in Francia and Lothringia to gain power ; by Charles the Bald, who retained rights over these fisci, who confiscated and restored them according to his relations with Eberhard and his group. How these possessions were managed, both at the local and imperial scale, shows that the very symbolic aspect was valued, negotiated and even ranked with others, and during Eberhard’s lifetime, the couple ultimately took the risk of losing all or part of the dowry in order to increase its prestige and power with Louis ii of Italy. But conversely, once a widow, Gisela chose to leave Italy, where her eldest son had taken his father’s place, to recuperate her dowry in France, making submission to her brother and his imperial ambitions. By multiplying the approaches, the analysis of Gisela’s dowry makes it possible to envisage the emperor’s daughter in a more global context, describing her as a whole, varying in time and unfolding her life as a woman subject to pressure and to the vagaries of politics, but perfectly aware of her status and without doubt the objectives she set forth. Le Jan Régine. Quand l’empereur marie sa fille : la dot de Gisèle, fille de Louis le Pieux et de Judith, en son contexte. In: Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire, tome 96, fasc. 2, 2018. Histoire – Geschiedenis. pp. 597-612.

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    Authors: Matti La Mela;

    The chapter studies the tradition of allemansrätten, a right of public access to nature, in recently digitized documents of the Finnish Parliament (1907-2000) using text mining methods. Allemansrätten is a well-known and much used principle in the Nordic countries, yet, its history is little researched. This study use collocation analysis and topic modelling to explore the historical trajectory of the term in Finland. It shows how ‘allemansrätt’ appeared in the 1940s as part of a temporary everyman’s fishing rights and while the current meaning is found in the 1960s it came to be commonly employed in outdoor recreation debates in the early 1970s, somewhat later than previously thought. Furthermore, a significant shift is discovered from allemansrätten’s use in access right debates to being marked as a national symbol in the 1990s. Although the OCR quality of the digitised parliamentary documents is proven to be very good, they lack in metadata which would improve their usability; thus digital historians should actively participate in the development of such key historical corpora.

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    Abstract The Old French word longuebart, with the meaning ‘inhabitant of Southern Italy’, is used in chronicles that deal with the war between the emperor Frederick II and the lords of Ibelin written in the Latin East. This article traces the history that lies behind this unexpected use of the term examining medieval French, Latin and Italian texts of various kinds.

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    Authors: Oula Seitsonen; Paul R. Mullins; Timo Ylimaunu;

    The Finnish Civil War in 1918 left the newly independent country (1917) scarred for decades. In this paper, we assess the difficult public memory, national narrative and memorialization of the war....

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  • Authors: Romero, Veronica; Toselli, Alejandro H.; Sanchez, Joan Andreu; Vidal, Enrique;

    Historical records of daily activities provide an intriguing look into the historic life. These documents have interesting information, useful for demography studies and genealogical research. However, automatic processing of historical documents, has mostly been focused on single works of literature and less on daily records, which tend to have a distinct layout, structure, and vocabulary. This paper presents a study about the capability of state-of-the-art handwritten text recognition and key word spotting systems, when applied to this kind of documents. A relatively small set of handwritten birth records registered in Wien in the 16th century is used in the experiments. A word accuracy of about 70% and an AP of 0.74 are achieved for plain image transcription and key word spotting respectively. Taking into account the many difficulties exhibited by these handwritten documents, these preliminary results are quite encouraging.

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    Authors: Gwen Le Cor;

    This article builds on an analysis of Sea and Spar Between by Nick Montfort and Stephanie Strickland and Tree of Codes by Jonathan Safran Foer to examine print and digital forms of writing through resonance, replication, and repetition. It explores the plastic and textual space of the page and screen and focuses more specifically on the composition of fragments and the way they can be apprehended by readers. Conversely, digital borrowing is not a mechanical process of self-identical recurrence, and like its print counterpart, it is a gesture of differenciation and a play of singularities (Deleuze). In investigating the entanglement of a work with a source text, this article also explores how creative gestures initiate a “floating” space as theorized by Jean-François Lyotard, that is, a space at once rigid and flexible where the reader is both bound and floating.

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    Convergence The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies
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  • Authors: Bojan Kovačević; Slobodan Samardžić;

    AbstractThe paper draws on a particular conceptual framework for the interpretation of the current European Union (EU) crisis. Famously, the EU has been classified as an organization existing in between or beyond the modern state and international organizations. The constitutionally undefined political aim of the EU contributes mostly to its vague classification. Nevertheless, the escalation of the Eurozone crisis has revealed the inherent relation between the politically unfinished design of the EU and the inability of its actors to confront the major social and economic challenges of today. This paper argues that this systemic failure of the EU replicates another historical example, the Yugoslav federation. Beyond substantial differences between the two, there is an important similarity. They both have, embedded in their very nature, the character of an unfinished political construction. Furthermore, both the EU and Yugoslavia followed the same path from an emancipative process of federalism to an exist...

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    Authors: Wang, W.; Besançon, R.; Ferret, Olivier; Grau, B.;

    International audience; Most research in Information Extraction concentrates on the extraction of relations from texts but less work has been done about their organization after their extraction. We present in this article a multi-level clustering method to group semantically equivalent relations: a first step groups relation instances with similar expressions to form clusters with high precision; a second step groups these initial clusters into larger semantic clusters using more complex semantic similarities. Experiments demonstrate that our multi-level clustering not only improves the scalability of the method but also improves clustering results by exploiting redundancy in each initial cluster.

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