Online Database of 14th-century South Slavonic Manuscripts. Research Results and Perspectives
Keywords:Digital Humanities, South Slavic Manuscripts, Typologies of Manuscripts
AbstractThis paper shares the experience of the Kopisti14 project team in achieving a common interdisciplinary scientific result through active collaboration between philologists and computer scientists, each contributing according to their expertise. Some early results of this collaboration are presented. They show how the data collected and processed together offer some interesting insights and raise questions for future research.
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