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The Tool GERTRUDE

Vorstellung des Göttinger eTRACES Teilprojektes und der Dissertation von Annette Geßner
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A. Geßner

on 29 January 2013

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Transcript of The Tool GERTRUDE

one person + analogue + much time
--> classic way of researching

many peopla + digital + little time
--> GERTRUDE & CROWDSOURCING user and
methode frontend world literature re-used
evaluation of methods research question TRACER tool
different Mining algorithms
re-use-style backend World literature, intertextuality and crowdsourcing The Tool GERTRUDE IDEA text corpus INTERDEPENDENCES TOGETHER HUMANITIES:
-world literature re-used
-intertextual relations and their diversity in a german text corpus DIGITAL WORLD:
-the text corpus zeno.org
-Text Mining used for automatic detection of textual relations (text re-use) "Humanities in the Digital World" (G. Crane) working together,
supporting,
cooperating Göttingen E-Research Text Re-Use for Digital Editions digitalized
freely available
usable (preprocessed) GERTRUDE Göttingen E-Research
Text Re-Use for Digital Editions TEACHING: USABILITY: XML TEI
meta data
lemmatisation Usability Mockups of our frontend: Thank you! Presentation of the Göttingen eTRACES sub-project ( http://etraces.e-humanities.net/) and the dissertation of Annette Geßner summer semester 2013 & winter semester 2013/14
located in a computer pool at Universität Göttingen
mainly for bachelor students of german studies,
but open to anyone interested eTRACES is a BMBF-funded, three year long project expandable re-use style Marco Büchler visualisation - work independently
- annotate the same text passages
- time spent
- motivation
- recall and precision of results
- diversity of the results
- user's opinions 2) Method evaluation:
How does working with GERTRUDE change the users approach, concerning the time spent and the results made? 1) Result evaluation:
-> quality:
How are which text passages annotated as relevant?
Where are different results and why?
Can intertextuality be quantified?
-> quantity:
How high are recall and precision of automatically found results (compared with manually found ones)? c) Method evaluation:
- seminar protocol
- monitoring user activity:
time spent on single text passages,
choices made and
mouse movement b) Crowdsourcing:
- all students work independently
- all students of both seminars annotate the same text passages a) Find and compare Re-use of the bible in other works, differentiated by:
- Authors: Schiller, Goethe, Fontane, ...
- Periods/Eras/Epoches: Sturm und Drang, Klassik, Realismus
- Genres: drama, novel/narration Second seminar:
- working with GERTRUDE
- evaluate/comment AUTOMATICALLY FOUND results
- discuss:
text mining,
automatically found results and
frontend's usability First seminar:
- MANUAL ANNOTATION of intertextuality in our annotation environment
- first alone, than helped by information retrieval
and scholarly literature
- discuss:
different forms of intertextuality and
the reception of world literature Three aspects: Two seminars Evaluation in the end: Hypotheses: folder "Literatur" of zeno.org
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