TEI Encoding Patterns for Citations, Quotations and Allusions: what’s “in Stock” ?

Abstract : The concept of citation implies a decontextualization and an incorporation, with different degrees of accuracy and expliciteness. In a practical perspective, representing this incorporation with markup means aligning or combining the logics of two texts. It also requires to take pay special attention to the explicitness of the encoding and the disambiguisation of implicit information, to permit for example comparative extractions for intertextuality studies. A great deal of flexibility and a global view of what’s available in the encoding scheme is thus needed. The talk will give a synthetic view of the main mechanisms offered by TEI guidelines. The examples used will be taken from encoding samples realized in the context of the Biblindex project.
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Emmanuelle Morlock. TEI Encoding Patterns for Citations, Quotations and Allusions: what’s “in Stock” ?. International workshop on computer aided processing of intertextuality in ancient languages, HiSoMA (UMR 5189), LIRIS (UMR 5205) and the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities (e-TRAP), Jun 2014, Villeurbanne, France. ⟨hal-01141929⟩

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