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Florentina Armaselu currently works at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH), University of Luxembourg. Florentina's research focuses on computational text analysis, human-computer interaction, semantic Web, and their applications in digital humanities.
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The paper proposes a methodology that combines theoretical and practical aspects from human-computer interaction (HCI) and genetic criticism to trace and analyse prototype evolution. A case study illustrates this type of enquiry by examining the iterations and the dynamics of change in the design and development of the Transviewer, an interface for...
This paper presents an overview of the LL(O)D and NLP methods, tools and data for detecting and representing semantic change, with its main application in humanities research. The paper’s aim is to provide the starting point for the construction of a workflow and set of multilingual diachronic ontologies within the humanities use case of the COST A...
The article focuses on the analysis of the user as an aesthetic category and proposes a methodology for evaluating user response within a framework that combines theoretical background from different areas, the theory of aesthetic response, psycholinguistics, appraisal theory, dialogism, and affective stylistics, with the application of digital too...
By combining traditional historical enquiry with TEI XML encoding and decoding in a corpus analysis phase, the project aims at addressing research questions mainly related to the French and British positions on the topics of armament design and production and of armament control within the Western European Union (WEU) from 1954 to 1982. The paper f...
DHLU 2013 was co-organised by the Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe (CVCE), together with the Jean Monnet Chair in History of European Integration (University of Luxembourg, FLSHASE) and its research programme ‘Digital Humanities Luxembourg’ — DIHULUX (research unit Identités-Politiques- Sociétés-Espaces (IPSE)) as well as the Universi...
The present study consists in an experimental approach dealing with the unexplored possibilities of the electronic support as a medium for literary creation. Inspired by Neal Stephenson's Diamond Age and conceived as a set of reflections on the act of writing, the book under the magnifying glass would allow the writer and the reader to increase or...