I am once again doing a lecture on the wonder of XML for the Digital Resources in Humanities course at UCL. The lecture is called: ‘Wow, it’s XML! and this post is an update of the post from last years class.
Vindolanda – http://www.vindolanda.com
Hippisley, D. (2005) “Encoding the Vindolanda tablets: an investigation in contextual encoding using XML and the EpiDoc standards.” MA Dissertation submitted for the MA in Electronic Communication and Publishing, School of Library, Archive and Information Studies, UCL.
RESTful Web Services
Abeysinghe, S. 2008. RESTful PHP Web Services, Birmingham: PACKT Publishing
Fielding, R. T. 2000. Architecture Styles and the Design of Network-based Software Architectures,
Richardson, L. and Ruby, S. 2007. RESTful Web Services, Cambridge: O’Reilly
Spies, B. 2008. Web Services, Part 1: SOAP vs. RESThttp://ajaxonomy.com/2008/xml/web-services-part-1-soap-vs-rest (25.11.09)
Some of these publications are available via the eSAD website
Roued-Cunliffe, H. 2010. Towards a Decision Support System for Reading Ancient Documents, Literary and Linguistics Computing, doi: 10.1093/llc/fqq020
Olsen, H. R. , Tarte, S. , Terras, M. , Brady, M. and Bowman, A. K. 2009. Towards an Interpretation Support System for Reading Ancient Documents, Digital Humanities Conference 2009
Tarte, S. 2010. Papyroligical Investigations: Transferring Perception and Interpretation into the Digital World, Literary and Linguistics Computing – forthcoming,
Tarte, S. , Brady, M. , Olsen, H. R. , Terras, M. and Bowman, A. K. 2008c. Image acquisition & analysis to enhance the legibility of ancient texts, E-Science All Hands Meeting 2008
Terras, M. 2006. Image to Interpretation. An Intelligent System to Aid Historians in Reading the Vindolanda Texts, Oxford University Press