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Hyperdonat de Lyon à Naples.

Abstract : This paper deals with a four month-long experiment led by two Latin scholars from Lyon 3 University and four classicist students from Naples, all involved in the Hyperdonat program. The first question which arose was to know how to transform what they read in a scholarly text, in this particular case an early 20th-century published text of Latin commentary, into XML data : it was necessary to decide which information had to be included and which information could be omitted. It was also necessary to determine which XML tags had to be retained for marking such a text. Secondly, a text of Latin commentary was edited using medieval manuscripts relating to the same text. The team had to address questions of method and the implementation of this comparison of variant readings.
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Michele Ambrosino, Bruno Bureau, Gaia Castaldi, Sara Fascione, Federica Nicolardi, et al.. Hyperdonat de Lyon à Naples.. Corpus littéraires numérisés : la place du sujet lecteur et usager, Nov 2014, Chambéry (Savoie), France. pp.25-45. ⟨hal-01291661⟩



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