Mattia Egloff
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An ontological model for inferring psychological profiles and narrative roles of characters
M Egloff, A Lieto, D Picca
Digital Humanities 2018: Conference Abstracts, Mexico City, Mexico, 2018
DHTK: The Digital Humanities ToolKit
D Picca, M Egloff
Second Workshop on Humanities in the Semantic Web (WHiSe II) 2014, 81-86, 2017
Soft Textual Cartography Based on Topic Modeling and Clustering of Irregular, Multivariate Marked Networks
M Egloff, R Ceré
International Workshop on Complex Networks and their Applications, 731-743, 2017
An illustrated approach to Soft Textual Cartography
R Ceré, M Egloff
Applied network science 3 (1), 1-17, 2018
An energy-based model for spatial social networks
A Antonioni, M Egloff, M Tomassini
ECAL 2013: The Twelfth European Conference on Artificial Life, 226-231, 2013
WeDH-a Friendly Tool for Building Literary Corpora Enriched with Encyclopedic Metadata
M Egloff, D Picca
Proceedings of the 12th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, 813-816, 2020
Extraction of character profiles from the Gutenberg archive
M Egloff, D Picca, A Adamou
Research Conference on Metadata and Semantics Research, 367-372, 2019
How IBM Watson Can Help Us Understand Character in Shakespeare: A Cognitive Computing Approach to the Plays.
M Egloff, D Picca, K Curran
Digital Humanities 2016, 488-492, 2016
Enabling Ontology-Based Data Access to Project Gutenberg.
M Egloff, A Adamou, D Picca
WHiSe@ ESWC, 21-32, 2020
Taking into account semantic similarities in correspondence analysis
M Egloff, F Bavaud
Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Methods in the Humanities 2018 …, 2018
Geographical Exploration and Analysis Extended to Textual Content (Short Paper)
R Ceré, M Egloff, F Bavaud
10th International Conference on Geographic Information Science (GIScience …, 2018
DHTK: The Digital Humanities ToolKit
M Egloff, D Picca
Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Humanities in the Semantic Web (WHiSe), 2017
Un modèle énergético-spatial de réseau social
M Egloff
Université de Lausanne, Faculté des lettres, 2012
How IBM Watson can help to understand characters’ personalities in Shakespeare’s tragedies. A cognitive computing application to theatrical plays
M Egloff, D Picca, K Curran
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