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Mining the Knowledge Base: Exploring Methodologies for Analysing the Field of Electronic Literature
This is a work-in-progress report from an exploration of the intersection between the fairly conventional digital humanities method of creating a database - specifically, the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base ...
Linguistically motivated parallel parsebanks
Parallel grammars and parallel treebanks can be a useful method for studying linguistic diversity and commonality. We use this approach to study how arguments to similar predicates are realized across languages. To that ...
Information Literacy (IL), supervising and research
(Gunnstein Akselberg, 2010-04)
Experiences with Geographical Collaborative Systems: Playfulness in Geosocial Networks and Geocaching
(Association for Computing Machinery, 2011)
Playful geosocial services are being used more and more widely, yet we still don’t understand people’s experiences with them. With wide-ranging privacy issues and enormous choice between rival services, it is important to ...
Urban Space and Household Forms
(International Conference on Urban History, 2007)
Stemorsaken: straff uten forbrytelse?
Feral Hypertext: When Hypertext Literature Escapes Control
(ACM Press, 2005-09-06)
This paper presents a historical view of hypertext looking at pre-web hypertext as a domesticated species bred in captivity, and arguing that on the web, some breeds of hypertext have gone feral. Feral hypertext is no ...
Piecing together and tearing apart: finding the story in afternoon
(Association for Computing Machinery, 1999)
Mirrors and Shadows: The Digital Aestheticisation of Oneself
(IT University, Copenhagen, 2005-12)
Digital cameras have made self-portraits increasingly common, and frequently we post our self-portraits online. This paper compares online photographic self-portraiture with self-representations in weblogs and the creation ...