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by Melissa Terras

Free eBook Image to Interpretation: An Intelligent System to Aid Historians in Reading the Vindolanda Texts (Oxford Studies in Ancient Documents) download ISBN: 0199204551
Author: Melissa Terras
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (December 28, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 264
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Image to Interpretation includes a model of how experts read ancient texts, a corpora of letter forms from the Vindolanda text corpus, and a detailed description of the architecture of the system.

Image to Interpretation includes a model of how experts read ancient texts, a corpora of letter forms from the Vindolanda text corpus, and a detailed description of the architecture of the system.

Image to Interpretation book. This book details the development of what appears to be the first system constructed to aid experts in the process of reading an ancient document, exploring the extent to The ink and stylus tablets discovered at the Roman fort of Vindolanda are a unique resource for scholars of ancient history. However, the stylus tablets in particular are extremely difficult to read.

Categories: Ancient History: To C 500 CE. Image to Interpretation: An Intelligent . By (author) Lecturer in Electronic Communication School of Library Archive and Information Studies Melissa Terras. Image to Interpretation: An Intelligent System to Aid Historians in Reading the Vindolanda Texts. Oxford Studies in Ancient Documents.

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Her monograph detailing the development of the prototype system, Image to Interpretation: An Intelligent System to Aid Historians in Reading the Vindolanda Texts, will be published by Oxford University Press (Oxford Studies in Ancient Documents Series) in Autumn 2006. ISSUE 27 JUNE 2006 51.

Image to Interpretation. An Intelligent System to Aid Historians in Reading the Vindolanda Texts (Oxford 2006). Johnson, WA. Published Date.

Terras, Melissa . Robertson, Paul (2006), Image to interpretation: an intelligent system to aid historians in reading the Vindolanda texts, Oxford University Press, pp. 123–170, ISBN 978-0-19-920455-7. Earl, Graeme (et a. (2010)

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The book focuses on the methodological and technical issues behind the implementation of a system that helps historians read tablets written in Old Roman Cursive script . Oxford: Oxford University Press.

The book focuses on the methodological and technical issues behind the implementation of a system that helps historians read tablets written in Old Roman Cursive script found at the Roman fort of Vindolanda (dating from AD 90 to 120). oceedings{Ciula2009TerrasMM, title {Terras, Melissa M. and Paul Robertson. Image to interpretation: Intelligent systems to aid historians in the reading of the Vindolanda texts. author {Arianna Ciula}, year {2009} }. Arianna Ciula.

Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities. M. Terras, Image to interpretation. An Intelligent System to Aid Historians in Reading the Vindolanda Texts. Images and artefacts of the ancient world. Literary and Linguistic Computing 1., 1997).

Image to interpretation : towards an intelligent system to aid historians in the . Using Artificial Intelligence to Read the Vindolanda Texts.

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The ink and stylus tablets discovered at the Roman fort of Vindolanda are a unique resource for scholars of ancient history. However, the stylus tablets in particular are extremely difficult to read. This book details the development of what appears to be the first system constructed to aid experts in the process of reading an ancient document, exploring the extent to which techniques from Artificial Intelligence can be used to develop a system that could aid historians in reading the stylus texts. Image to Interpretation includes a model of how experts read ancient texts, a corpora of letter forms from the Vindolanda text corpus, and a detailed description of the architecture of the system. It will be of interest to papyrologists, researchers in Roman history and palaeography, computer and engineering scientists working in the field of Artificial Intelligence and image processing, and those interested in the use of computing in the humanities.