22 Works

VIKUS Viewer (overlay extension)

Daniel Jettka
The VIKUS Viewer (overlay extension) is an adaption of VIKUS Viewer, a web-based visualization system for the dynamic, interactive visualization of metadata (originally on cultural heritage data) that allows for the exploration of thematic and temporal patterns of large collections. The extension aims at the support of multi-media data that occurs in spoken language corpora (esp. audio and video). VIKUS Viewer was designed and developed by Christopher Pietsch. The VIKUS Viewer software is based on...

XML NLP Pipeline

David Maus
The XML NLP Pipeline is a Java command line application that integrates the Stanford CoreNLP pipeline (Manning et al. 2014) in an XML-based processing pipeline. It uses a simplified version of the Separated Markup API for XML (SMAX) by Nico Verwer (Verwer 2020) to patch the annotated tokens back to the XML document, preserving all previous annotations. Bibliography Imsieke, Gerrit. 2018. “Tokenized-to-Tree: An XProc/XSLT Library For Patching Back Tokenization/Analysis Results Into Marked-up Text.” In XML...

Codes for Imarsys6: Proof of concept - Change point techniques to infer Reference Points

Gabriel De Moura Kiipper
The codes I created for the Imarsys 06 class.

Visual-Pattern Detector v1.0 (VPD v1.0)

Hussein Mohammed
The main goal of this software tool is to automatically recognise and allocate visual patterns (such as words, drawings and seals) in digitised manuscripts. Please pay attention to the following limitations: The required computational resources depend on your data. Detecting several patterns concurrently can exhaust your computer memory, and searching in huge datasets is limited by your storage capacity and your browser upload settings. This version provides best results of pattern detection when applied to...

NEMF Code for iMarsys9 - GMK

Gabriel De Moura Kiipper
This includes all the python code used to run the reference run and sensitivity test for the iMarsys9 course and final project.

GAMS model code for assessing adaptation options to mitigate impacts of climate change and societal development on biodiversity hotspots

Uwe A. Schneider
These files contain GAMS programs for the global assessment of climate and societal development scenarios on food supply capacities and food demand in regions classified as biodiversity hotspots. The associated scientific manuscript is titled "Food versus wildlife: will biodiversity hotspots benefit from healthier diets?" model_equations: This file contains the coding of different optimization models to assess how much food can be produced under given climate situations and adaptation restrictions. Different adaptation restrictions include a) keeping...

Transcription and transliteration Mini-tool

Pietro Liuzzo
https://github.com/BetaMasaheft/transliteration https://betamasaheft.github.io/transliteration/

Handwriting Analysis Tool v3.5 (HAT3.5)

Hussein Mohammed
What is new in this version? Better and more intuitive design. Progress indicator is now provided. Upload size-limit is increased. Analysing the images is sped up. Several bug fixes. This software tool has been developed by Dr. Hussein Mohammed as a part of sub-project RFA05: Pattern Recognition in 2D Data from Digitised Images and Advanced Aquisition Techniques. The main goal of HAT is to analyse handwriting styles of different scribes and sort them according to...

Visual-Pattern Detector v1.3 (VPD1.3)

Hussein Mohammed
This software tool has been developed by Dr. Hussein Mohammed as a part of sub-project RFA05: Pattern Recognition in 2D Data from Digitised Images and Advanced Aquisition Techniques. What is new? Better and more intuitive design Bugs fixes Main usage: The main goal of this software tool is to automatically recognise and allocate visual patterns (such as words, drawings and seals) in digitised manuscripts. The recall-precision balance of detected patterns can be controlled visually, and...

A choice-based Optimization Approach for Contracting in Supply Chains - GAMS Tool

Nils Roemer, Sven Müller & Guido Voigt
We make the research data from our manuscript "A choice-based Optimization Appraoch for Contracting in Supply Chains" publicly available such that management may apply the tool for their specific environment.

NEMF Code for iMarsys9 - GMK

Gabriel De Moura Kiipper
This includes all the python code used to run the reference run and sensitivity test for the iMarsys9 course and final project.

X-Ray Fluorescence Data Analysis Tool v1.5 (XRF-DAT1.5)

Hussein Mohammed
The main goal of this software tool is to analyse tabular data generated by X-Ray Fluorescence spectrometers within the scope of analysing writing, painting, and supports materials of written artefacts. The main tasks achieved by this software tool are: Process the generated tabular data according to user-defined settings for manual inspection. Process multiple measurements per source per folio based on user selection. Calculate the average, max and min values of multiple measurements from the same...

Codes for Imarsys6: Proof of concept - Change point techniques to infer Reference Points

Gabriel De Moura Kiipper
The codes I created for the Imarsys 06 class.

VIKUS Viewer (overlay extension)

Daniel Jettka
The VIKUS Viewer (overlay extension) is an adaption of VIKUS Viewer, a web-based visualization system for the dynamic, interactive visualization of metadata (originally on cultural heritage data) that allows for the exploration of thematic and temporal patterns of large collections. The extension aims at the support of multi-media data that occurs in spoken language corpora (esp. audio and video). VIKUS Viewer was designed and developed by Christopher Pietsch. The VIKUS Viewer software is based on...

XML NLP Pipeline

David Maus
The XML NLP Pipeline is a Java command line application that integrates the Stanford CoreNLP pipeline (Manning et al. 2014) in an XML-based processing pipeline. It uses a simplified version of the Separated Markup API for XML (SMAX) by Nico Verwer (Verwer 2020) to patch the annotated tokens back to the XML document, preserving all previous annotations. Bibliography Imsieke, Gerrit. 2018. “Tokenized-to-Tree: An XProc/XSLT Library For Patching Back Tokenization/Analysis Results Into Marked-up Text.” In XML...

XML NLP Pipeline

David Maus
The XML NLP Pipeline is a Java command line application that integrates the Stanford CoreNLP pipeline (Manning et al. 2014) in an XML-based processing pipeline. It uses a simplified version of the Separated Markup API for XML (SMAX) by Nico Verwer (Verwer 2020) to patch the annotated tokens back to the XML document, preserving all previous annotations. Bibliography Imsieke, Gerrit. 2018. “Tokenized-to-Tree: An XProc/XSLT Library For Patching Back Tokenization/Analysis Results Into Marked-up Text.” In XML...

Transcription and transliteration Mini-tool

Pietro Liuzzo
https://github.com/BetaMasaheft/transliteration https://betamasaheft.github.io/transliteration/

Visual-Pattern Detector v1.3 (VPD1.3)

Hussein Mohammed
This software tool has been developed by Dr. Hussein Mohammed as a part of sub-project RFA05: Pattern Recognition in 2D Data from Digitised Images and Advanced Aquisition Techniques. What is new? Better and more intuitive design Bugs fixes Main usage: The main goal of this software tool is to automatically recognise and allocate visual patterns (such as words, drawings and seals) in digitised manuscripts. The recall-precision balance of detected patterns can be controlled visually, and...

XML NLP Pipeline

David Maus
The XML NLP Pipeline is a Java command line application that integrates the Stanford CoreNLP pipeline (Manning et al. 2014) in an XML-based processing pipeline. It uses a simplified version of the Separated Markup API for XML (SMAX) by Nico Verwer (Verwer 2020) to patch the annotated tokens back to the XML document, preserving all previous annotations. Bibliography Imsieke, Gerrit. 2018. “Tokenized-to-Tree: An XProc/XSLT Library For Patching Back Tokenization/Analysis Results Into Marked-up Text.” In XML...

XML NLP Pipeline

David Maus
The XML NLP Pipeline is a Java command line application that integrates the Stanford CoreNLP pipeline (Manning et al. 2014) in an XML-based processing pipeline. It uses a simplified version of the Separated Markup API for XML (SMAX) by Nico Verwer (Verwer 2020) to patch the annotated tokens back to the XML document, preserving all previous annotations. Bibliography Imsieke, Gerrit. 2018. “Tokenized-to-Tree: An XProc/XSLT Library For Patching Back Tokenization/Analysis Results Into Marked-up Text.” In XML...

GAMS model code for assessing adaptation options to mitigate impacts of climate change and societal development on biodiversity hotspots

Uwe A. Schneider
These files contain GAMS programs for the global assessment of climate and societal development scenarios on food supply capacities and food demand in regions classified as biodiversity hotspots. The associated scientific manuscript is titled "Food versus wildlife: will biodiversity hotspots benefit from healthier diets?" model_equations: This file contains the coding of different optimization models to assess how much food can be produced under given climate situations and adaptation restrictions. Different adaptation restrictions include a) keeping...

A choice-based Optimization Approach for Contracting in Supply Chains - GAMS Tool

Nils Roemer, Sven Müller & Guido Voigt
We make the research data from our manuscript "A choice-based Optimization Appraoch for Contracting in Supply Chains" publicly available such that management may apply the tool for their specific environment.

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