Human and Computer Readings: towards a Collaborative Research

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Human and Computer Readings: towards a Collaborative Research
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Clivaz Claire
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03/2020
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english
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This document is an unsuccessful research project written and submitted anonymously in March 2020 by Claire Clivaz (SIB, Lausanne, CH). The average of acceptation was 13%. Scholars will find in this document a useful state of the art about OCR/HTR methodologies, as well as the still unexplored suggestion to compare the results of these methodologies with the scholarly human reading.
Abstract
This document is an unsuccessful research project written and submitted anonymously in March 2020 by Claire Clivaz (SIB, Lausanne, CH). The average of acceptation was 13%. Scholars will find in this document a useful state of the art about OCR/HTR methodologies, as well as the still unexplored suggestion to compare the results of these methodologies with the scholarly human reading. Short summary: The research focus of this SPARK project, entitled Human and Computer Readings: towards a Collaborative Research (HCR), is to study the impact of combining scholarly human reading and automated computer reading on collaborative research. The test case will be done on a trilingual biblical manuscript, the Gr.Z.11(=379), early 13th century, written in Latin, Greek, and Arabic (Devreesse, 1955; Moni, 1985; Piemontese, 2002; NN, [Ref1] & [Ref2]). The HCR project will compare human and computer readings in their efficiency, error, and correction capacities by transcribing Gr.Z.11(=379). This multilingual and complex manuscript is an ideal test case for HCR.
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