Atomic philology and parallel philology - Catullus 53 as a CTS editions collection


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Description: A demonstration of CITE architecture: a number of versions of Catullus 53 made actionable and interoperable through CTS URNs (and BaseX XML database). Sources, abstract, documentation.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


Neven Jovanović: Atomic philology and parallel philology – some implications of CITE architecture Examples of CTS queries -- Literature and Links -- Slides -- Handout The CITE architecture, developed from 2006 by Neel Smith and Christopher Blackwell, is an editorial concept with a potential to transform digital philology, primarily because it is able to solve two difficult problems - it deals with...


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