Digital Humanities Laboratory
The Digital Humanities Laboratory was founded by Professor Frédéric Kaplan in 2012. The lab develops new computational approaches to manage large digital cultural objects (such as large corpora of texts, images, and complex documents), and to execute high-resolution digitization of artifacts, buildings, and cities. It also aims to develop new understandings of digital cultures, such as visual languages, video culture, and linguistic mediations.
Most Recent Publications
Catch Me If You Can Designing a Disobedient Object to Protest Against GSM Surveillance2021-01-01. CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ELECTR NETWORK, May 08-13, 2021. DOI : 10.1145/3411763.3450363.
CLEF-HIPE-2020 Shared Task Named Entity Datasets2020.
HIPE-2022 Shared Task Named Entity Datasets2022.
Explorer la presse numérisée : le projet ImpressoRevue Historique Vaudoise. 2021-11-27. Vol. 129/2021.
Automatic table detection and classification in large-scale newspaper archives2022-02-08.
Method and system for generating a three-dimensional model based on spherical photogrammetry
Boosting named entity recognition in domain-specific and low-resource settings