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Computers and the Humanities

1995 Volume 29, Number 4

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Number of articles: 2

  1. An Application of Artificial Intelligence to the Choreography of Dance

    James H. Bradford & Paulette Cote-Laurence

    Describes an experimental computer program that attempts to simulate a choreographers' knowledge and expertise. The user expresses a set of rules that describe some of the dynamic aspects of a... More

    pp. 233-40

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  2. On the Utility of Content Analysis in Author Attribution: "The Federalist."

    Colin Martindale & Dean McKenzie

    Compares the success of lexical statistics, content analysis, and function words in determining the true author of "The Federalist." The function word approach proved most successful in attributing... More

    pp. 259-70

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