The Digital Humanities Laboratory was founded by Professor Frédéric Kaplan in 2012. It develops new computational approaches for dealing with large digital cultural objects (large corpora of texts, images and complex documents, high-resolution scanning of artefacts, buildings and entire cities) and a new understanding of digital cultures.
Most Recent Publications
Neural networks for semantic segmentation of historical city maps: Cross-cultural performance and the impact of figurative diversity2020.
Aux portes du monde miroirRevue Histoire de l’art : Humanités numériques. 2021-06-29. Vol. 87.
Detecting Text Reuse with Passim2021-05-16.
The impresso system architecture in a nutshell
Dürer tra Norimberga e Venezia, 1506-1507Dürer e il Rinascimento, tra Germania e Italia; 24 Ore Cultura, 2018.
CLEF-HIPE-2020 – Shared Task Participation Guidelines