Do language combinations affect translators’ stylistic visibility in translated texts?

AbstractThe question of translators’ stylistic visibility in translated texts has been a recurring theme in translation studies. Recently, the employment of state-of-the-art stylometric methods such as multivariate statistical analysis or machine learning techniques has enabled important progress to be made in exploring the problem. Nevertheless, studies are conflicting in their findings. Some find evidence of translators’ stylistic presence, while others fail to do so.

Unsupervised identification of text reuse in early Chinese literature

AbstractText reuse in early Chinese transmitted texts is extensive and widespread, often reflecting complex textual histories involving repeated transcription, compilation, and editing spanning many centuries and involving the work of multiple authors and editors. In this study, a fully automated method of identifying and representing complex text reuse patterns is presented, and the results evaluated by comparison to a manually compiled reference work.

Visual meta-data in qualitative analysis

AbstractDr Anne Luther is a researcher, curator, and software developer whose work examines the contemporary art market and data visualization in qualitative research. She received her PhD from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, and is currently a researcher at the Department for Modern Art History at the Institute of Art Studies and Historical Urban Studies at TU Berlin and at The Center for Data Arts at The New School in New York.

Mining and discovery of hidden relationships between software source codes and related textual documents

AbstractNormally, software documentations are produced, informally. They are written in the unnatural and non-structural form of the language, such as user manuals, user requirements, design documentation, tutorials, support documentation, and so on. Recent studies show that 61% of software projects are subject to failure or challenges due to an increase in the costs and production time. Various factors may lead to this issue, and one of the major contributing factors is the lack of links between the software's source code and its related documents.

Stylometry approaching Parnassus

AbstractThe article gives a brief outline of the fruitless attempts in the past at finding the author(s) of the Parnassus Plays, an anonymous trilogy performed between 1597 and 1601 at St. John’s College in Cambridge as part of the Christmas festivities, and then moves on to employ the R Stylo features Rolling Delta and Rolling Classify, which in various approaches confirm John Marston and Thomas Nashe as the authors.


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