This is the second in a series of comprehensive annual reference guides to the use of computers in all the disciplines of the humanities. Like its predecessor, this volume provides a taxonomy of the field and an annotated survey of publications, research centers, text archives and termbanks, electronic communications, software, and hardware relevant to the humanities. It also includes special larger entries for important software that offer up-to-date information, and practical help in applying that information to research projects and instruction in colleges and universities. For the 1989-1990 edition, Lancashire has, for the first time, appointed an international advisory board of specialists to assist in discovering, assembling, and evaluating materials for inclusion; and, to keep up with the rapidly developing nature of the field and its international constituency, Lancashire has included many completely new or revised sections, including a major new chapter on computing in Law. A monumental work of current and enduring value, The Humanities Computing Yearbook will prove invaluable to a wide range of students, teachers, and researchers in humanities and social sciences, computational linguistics, and related fields in computer science.... Daniel T. 218 - Linda Li 75 Chanson de Roland, La (e-lext) 258-259 Chantegreil, M. 196 chaos 10 Chapelle, Carol 78, ... 553 Charniak, Eugene 33, 53, 56-57, 61 Charpentier, Colette M. 250, 253, 550 CHArt 10, 545, 576 chart parsing 37, ... 235 - Wife of Batha#39;s Tate 235 Cheek, Madelon 94 Cheepen, C. 480 Cheith, M. 289 Chellamuthu, K. C. 329 Chen, C-C. ... 463, 552 Cheung, Kwan Wing 353 Chi (sym log) 367 Chiaramella, Yves 478 Chiba University 546 Chicago Manual of Styleanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Humanities computing yearbook|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 1991-08-15|