Posters & Demonstration
P1: TEI Technical Infrastructure
Hugh Cayless, James Cummings, Martin Holmes, Peter Stadler, Magdalena Turska
P2; @SameAs TEI? the Pitfalls and Perils of Creating Linked Data from TEI-Encoded Resources
Constance Crompton, Michelle Schwartz
P3: What to do with All the Witnesses?: Challenges of a Multi-witness Iterative Digital Edition of John Denham’s Coopers Hill
James Cummings, Tiago Sousa Garci
P4: A Markdown Approach for the Diffusion of TEI Usage in Classical Japanese Studies
Yuta Hashimoto
P5: Attempts to Describe Japanese Manuscripts
Hiroyuki Ikuura
P6: quoteSalute: Integrate <salute> in Your Own Correspondence
Oliver Pohl, Stefan Dumont, Lou Klappenbach, Marvin Kullick, Frederike Neuber, Luisa Philipp
P7: The Standardization Survival Kit: Make your Arts and Humanities Research Go Standard - TEI Inside!
Marie Pure, Charles Riondet, Laurent Romary, Dorian Seillier1, Lionel Tadjou
P8: Semantic Minimal Retrospective Digitization of Edited Correspondence
Klaus Rettinghaus
P9: The Digital Scholarly Edition of Andreas Okopenko’s Diaries – Showcases and Research Questions
Laura Tezarek
P10: “Coffee” and Other Coding Challenges: Lessons Learned through David Livingstone’s Manuscripts in South Africa
Mary Borgo Ton
P11: Towards a Rich Interface for ODD Customization: the New JavaScript Version of Roma
Raffaele Viglianti, TEI Technical Council
P12: Gaiji from Cradle to Grave: Encoding Traceable Identity of Characters in TEI
WANG Yifan
P13: [Demo] CSV2CMI – A Tool for Creating a Correspondence Metadata Interchange Format File
Klaus Rettinghaus