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Title: Automatic alignment of hieroglyphs and transliteration
Authors: Nederhof, Mark Jan
Editors: Strudwick, Nigel
Keywords: QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
Issue Date: Feb-2009
Citation: Nederhof , M J 2009 , ' Automatic alignment of hieroglyphs and transliteration ' . in N Strudwick (ed.) , Information Technology and Egyptology in 2008 : Proceedings of the meeting of the Computer Working Group of the International Association of Egyptologists . Bible in Technology , no. 2 , Gorgias Press , pp. 71-92 .
Series/Report no.: Bible in Technology
Abstract: Automatic alignment has important applications in philology, facilitating study of texts on the basis of electronic resources produced by different scholars. A simple technique is presented to realise such alignment for Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic texts and transliteration. Preliminary experiments with the technique are reported, and plans for future work are discussed.
Version: Postprint
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10023/1667
http://www.gorgiaspress.com/bookshop/pc-56295-100-strudwick-nigel-information-technology-and-egyptology-in-2008.aspx
ISBN: 978-1-60724-068-6
ISSN: 1943-9369
Type: Book item
Rights: (c) Gorgias Press. Author version deposited in compliance with publisher policy.
Publisher: Gorgias Press
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