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Computers and the Humanities

1991 Volume 25, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. A Touchstone for the Bard

    W E. Y. Elliot & R J. Valenza

    Discusses the authorship of literary works attributed to William Shakespeare. Describes the "modal analysis" authorship identification test's application to the dispute. Concludes that the poems, "... More

    pp. 199-209

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  2. Synoname: The Getty's New Approach to Pattern Matching for Personal Names

    Susan L. Siegfried & Julie Bernstein

    Describes "Synoname," the Getty Museum's computer program that matches varying versions of personal names for research purposes. Reports that the program uses an ordered algorithm sequence for... More

    pp. 211-26

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  3. Primary Process Content in the King James Bible: The Five Stages of Christian Mysticism

    Alan N. West

    Discusses the "Regressive Imagery Dictionary," a computerized content analysis technique for evaluating primary process thought in natural language texts. Describes its use in evaluating the King... More

    pp. 227-38

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