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The first international workshop on NLP for Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities constitutes an interdisciplinary emergent research field which concepts and ideas witness a great adherence around the world. Since the Humanities Computing and the Thomas Aquinas Corpus, Natural Language Processing has a long and rich history with the Humanities.
This first workshop organised by the Digital Humanities R&D Division at the Algerian Research Center on Scientific and Technical Information aims to bring together researchers from the NLP field who are developing tools and resources for the humanities to share ideas and projects.
The workshop will also host a special session for the Arabic speaking Humanists who wish to share their problems and concerns regarding computing and humanities in order to help the NLP community to understand their specific needs and to build interdisciplinary collaboration projects.
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The following paper categories are welcome:
- Full papers describing completed research in any topic of NLP related to humanities: corpora, lexicography, computational history, Information retrieval , stylometry, authorship attribution, plagiarism detection, stylometry, discourse analysis, resources development for cultural heritage, …
- Posters describing ongoing work or project in the above topics.
Honorary chair Prof. Badache Nadjib
- Hassina Aliane, DRDHN CERIST
- Hassina Khellouf, DRDHN CERIST
- Leila Nouri, DRDHN CERIST
- Fouzia Bourai, DRDHN CERIST
- Messoud Chaa, DRDHN CERIST
- Mustapha Merazka, DRDHN CERIST