SESSIONS

30-Aug,  Conference Hall 1

9:45~10:45

Session Long Paper 1: Developing DH

Chair: Tabata Tomoji

  1. Developing a Digital Humanities and Social Science Learning Environment in view of e-Learning: Chyi-Kuan Wang, Chih-Ming Chen, Chiao-Min Lin, Lin-Kuei Tsai, Ting-Wei Chiang, Wei-Yuan Fan
  2. The History of Australian Digital Humanities: Paul Arthur

 

11:05~12:05

Session Long Paper 2: Analyzing society

Chair: Bor Hodoscek

  1. From Tables to Graphs: The Korean Yangban Network Data in Cytoscape and Neo4j
    : Javier Cha
  2. Equal Rights over Child Custody in Taiwanese Transnational Marriages: Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning in Legal Text: Hsuanlei Shao, Siehchuen Huang

 

16:00~17:30

Poster session with poster slam

Chair: Asanobu Kitamoto

  1. A New Digital Platform of Old Japanese Buddhist Sutra-copy’s Papers for a Quantitative Approach: Aiko AIDA
  2. A Preliminary Consideration on Designing Domain Ontologies on Local Foods and Their Real Stories: Ikue KAWAMURA
  3. An Analysis of the Differences Between Classical and Contemporary Poetic Vocabulary of the Kokinshu:  Hilofumi YAMAMOTO, Bor Hodošček
  4. An innovative dynamic visual model for digital archive in traditional cultural Heritage – Evidence from Stone fish weirs Culture in Penghu, Taiwan: Ju Chuan Wu, Jui Chi Wang
  5. Analyzing Cybersecurity-related Articles from World’s Major Newspapers: Piyush Ghasiya, Koji OKAMURA
  6. Approach to develop Digital Collection for Small Organization considering Sustainability and Reusability with IIIF and Static File: Satoru NAKAMURA
  7. Building Models from Topic Models: Radim Hladik
  8. Deep Learning based Japanese Early Books Understanding: BING LYU
  9.  Emotional Effect on Utterance Styles in Fiction Writing: Hajime MURAI
  10. End to End word spotting network for modern Japanese magazines: Anh Duc Le
  11. Facilitating Digital Humanities Research in Central Europe through the Advanced Speech and Image Processing Technologies: Jan Švec, Petr Stanislav, Marek Hrúz, Aleš Pražák, Josef V. Psutka, Pavel Ircing
  12. Honkoku2: Towards a Large-scale Transcription of Pre-modern Japanese Manuscripts: Yuta HASHIMOTO, Yasuyuki KANO
  13. Musical Pitch Expansion by Spectral Peak Shifting for Japanese Traditional Music Box: Shoji UEDA, Misaki OTSUKA, Takahiro FUKUMORI, Takanobu NISHIURA, Ryo AKAMA
  14. Potentials of Games With a Purpose and Audience Participation Games for Descriptive Data Collection in Humanities Research: Ngoc Cuong Nguyen, Paliyawan Pujana, Ruck Thawonmas, Hai V. Pham, Tomohiro HARADA
  15. Putting the Official History in Personal Memory: TEI and LOD: Sho MAKINO
  16. Query-Based Mashups of Historical Live Music Recordings: Florian Thalmann, Thomas Wilmering, Mark B. Sandler
  17. Rubbing Character Recognition base on Deep Learning and Lexical Analysis: ZHIYU ZHANG
  18. The Hidden Link — A Clue to Explore the Relationships among Poets, Capitalists and Social Activists Through Analytical Tools: Su-Bing Chang, Hao-Ren Ke, Shun-Hong Sie
  19. Thou and You in Emily Dickinson’s Poems Using Topic Modeling: Reconsideration of Interjections: Miki OKABE

 

 

 

31-Aug, Conference Hall 1

9:30-10:30

Session Long Paper 3: Across international borders

Chair: Hilofumi Yamamoto

  1. The Poetics of Scale: The Convergence of Digital Humanities and World Literature
    : Youngmin Kim
  2. Who Studies Japan, What and When: Analysis of Journal of “Japanese Studies” by Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing: Hsuanlei Shao
  3. Localization in the Context of Japan of a Large-Scale Relational Biographical Database on the Model of the China Biographical Database: Bettina Gramlich-Oka, Michael Fuller

 

10:50~11:50

Session Long Paper 4: Challenging media

Chair: Yuta Hashimoto

  1. Potentials and challenges of a data-driven perspective on videogame production, distribution and reception: Martin Roth
  2. Predicting Book Circulation Across a Large Public Library System: John Shanahan

 

13:30-15:00

Panel Session: Models of Context Discovery Systems for Different Archives

  1. Context Discovery with the Digital Library of Local Councils Journals (DLLCJ)
    : Jieh Hsiang
  2. The Border in Missionaries’ Imagination: Through the Chinese Recorder Index Searching Engine (CRISE): Chijui Hu
  3. An user-oriented HGIS platform on Taiwanese Land Deeds: Chih-Yang Huang.
  4. Dan-Hsin Archives on DocuSky: an  application to Hakka Research: I-Mei Hung

 

15:20~16:50

Session Short Paper

Chair: Satoru Nakamura

  1. Pre-modern Japanese Books as Data of Humanities: Finding Image of Edo Famous Place from Meisho-Ki 名所記 and Meisho-Zue 名所図会 using IIIF
    : Chikahiko SUZUKI, Asanobu Kitamoto
  2. A study on narrative structure and change factors of emotions through analysis of literary emotions – Focusing on Korean Classic Novel The Cloud Dream of the Nine(九雲夢) –: Kim Ba-ro, Kang Woo-kyu
  3. Hoshi: A Japanese Morphological Adorner for TEI XML: Jerry Bonnell, Mitsunori Ogihara
  4. The Bibliography is not Flat: Crowd-sourced Visualizations, Glocal Knowledge: William Eng Keat Chong
  5. Establishment of the Ukiyo-e Similarity Database by a GWAP Game: Zhenao WEI
  6. Image-Based Content Indexing for Books with Iconographic Elements – the Case of Bukan Complete Collection:  Hakim Invernizzi, Asanobu Kitamoto, Frédéric Kaplan