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Simulated crop yields, pesticide application rates and soil nitrogen and carbon contents in EU at NUTS2-level from 2000 to 2100

Livia Rasche
Dataset containing simulated yields of 16 crops, total pesticides application rates, total N-fertilizer applied, and NO3, organic N and organic C content of the soil in conventional (conv) and organic (org) systems for the time period 2000 to 2100. Results were aggregated to decadal means at NUTS2-level. The biogeophysical crop model Pest-EPIC was used for the simulations. Daily climate data for the model runs were provided by the Impact2C project (CSC-REMO2009-MPI-ESM-LR+ simulations for RCPs 2p6,...

Dicta-Sign – Use of a Multilingual Corpus to Improve Sign Language Technology

Thomas Hanke, Silke Matthes, Jakob Storz, Satu Worseck, Richard Bowden, Annelies Braffort, Christophe Collet, Helen Cooper, Eleni Efthimiou, Stravroula-Evita Fotinea, John Glauert, Petros Maragos & Julia Pelhate
Dicta-Sign is a three-year EU-funded research project which started in January 2009. It aims to improve online communication for Deaf people by promoting the development of sign language based web applications. It will research and develop recognition and synthesis systems for sign languages at a level of detail necessary for recognising and generating authentic signing. The project deals with four European sign languages: British (BSL), German (DGS), Greek (GSL) and French (LSF). As one of...

Kosten nachhaltiger Ernährung

Oskar Engels & Annemarie Pläschke
Working Paper Series "Sustainable Lives - Food Choices" Project website Dieses Working Paper entstand als Projektbericht im Seminar „Nachhaltige Lebensführung.
Ernährung“ (M.A. Soziologie) im Wintersemester 2018/2019 unter der Leitung von Stefanie
Kley und Alicia Dunker.

Research Report

Ann-Kathrin Benner, Delf Rothe, Sara Ullström & Johannes Stripple

Nutzungsrichtlinien zur Korpusfreigabe

Kai Wörner, Jara Schmidt & Kristin Bührig
Sammlung von Nutzungsrichtlinien zur Freigabe von Korpora aus dem Bestand des HZSK.

Policy Brief

Wolfgang Zellner

Policy Brief

Judith Nora Hardt

XRF INK ANALYSIS OF SOME HERCULANEUM PAPYRI

Olivier Bonnerot, Gianluca Del Mastro, Jürgen Hammerstaedt, Vito Mocella & Ira Rabin
Recent research has suggested that some of the inks used in Herculaneum papyri do not consist of pure carbon. Starting from this finding, in June 2018 a preliminary campaign of analysis by means of X-Ray fluorescence (XRF) of external portions removed mechanically from their original rolls in the eighteenth century (the so-called scorze) took place at the Biblioteca Nazionale at Naples. Also in this case, the aim of the survey was to investigate the ink...

XRF INK ANALYSIS OF SOME HERCULANEUM PAPYRI

Olivier Bonnerot, Gianluca Del Mastro, Jürgen Hammerstaedt, Vito Mocella & Ira Rabin
Recent research has suggested that some of the inks used in Herculaneum papyri do not consist of pure carbon. Starting from this finding, in June 2018 a preliminary campaign of analysis by means of X-Ray fluorescence (XRF) of external portions removed mechanically from their original rolls in the eighteenth century (the so-called scorze) took place at the Biblioteca Nazionale at Naples. Also in this case, the aim of the survey was to investigate the ink...

Policy Brief

Oliver Meier

Data Statement for the Public DGS Corpus

Marc Schulder, Dolly Blanck, Thomas Hanke, Ilona Hofmann, Sung-Eun Hong, Olga Jeziorski, Lutz König, Susanne König, Reiner Konrad, Gabriele Langer, Rie Nishio & Christian Rathmann
Project note for work package 06 "Korpusveröffentlichung / Corpus Publishing" produced in the DGS-Korpus project.
This data statement of the Public DGS Corpus provides information relevant to judging the nature of the language content of the corpus. It covers how the corpus was curated, specifies the language varieties it covers, and provides demographic information for participants and annotators. It also describes the technical and sociological conditions under which the language data was recorded as well...

Gender-Fair Language in the Translation of Signed Utterances in the DGS-Korpus Project – Relevance and Challenges

Jana Löffler, Ronja Molzer & Charis Jolanthe Rasch
Project note for work package 11 "Wörterbuch-Produktion / Dictionary Production" produced in the DGS-Korpus project.
This project note discusses the challenges of translating from German Sign Language (DGS) – a language that generally does not mark gender on a sign that refers to a person – into German – a language that requires overt gender-markings. This is done in light of the current on-going socio-political discussion in Germany about the best and most appropriate approaches...

Anleitung: Forschungsdatenrepositorium der Universität Hamburg (UHH-FDR); Manual for the research data repository of the Universität Hamburg

Kathrin Thiemann & Marie Ryan
Für das Forschungsdatenrepositorium (FDR@UHH) steht jetzt eine Anleitung zur Verfügung, die Ihnen die Bedienung des FDR erklärt und erleichtern soll und zudem nützliche Hinweise für Schritte, die vor der Datenspeicherung zu bedenken sind, gibt. Manual for using the research data repository of the Universität Hamburg.

Public DGS Corpus: Annotation Conventions / Öffentliches DGS-Korpus: Annotationskonventionen

Reiner Konrad, Thomas Hanke, Gabriele Langer, Susanne König, Lutz König, Rie Nishio & Anja Regen
Project note for work package 03 “Transkriptionsmethodik / Transcription Methodology” produced in the DGS-Korpus project.
This project note describes the annotation and glossing conventions as they apply to the Public DGS Corpus. In many aspects, they are identical to the annotation guidelines used in the DGS-Korpus project. However, not all aspects dealt with in the annotation show in Public Corpus. E.g. our annotation differentiates between different word forms by using qualifiers whereas the Public Corpus...

OpenPose in the Public DGS Corpus

Marc Schulder & Thomas Hanke
Project note for work package 06 “Korpusveröffentlichung / Corpus Publishing” produced in the DGS-Korpus project.
This project note gives an overview of how pose information was created for the Public DGS Corpus with the use of OpenPose. Pose information is machine-readable data that describes where people are located in an image, providing the coordinates for various points of each body, such as joints, eyes or ears. The data we generate consists of body, face and...

Eine faire Gestaltung der Nutzungsrechte der Daten aus dem DGS-Korpus-Projekt

Thomas Hanke, Sung-Eun Hong, Susanne König, Gabriele Langer, Rie Nishio & Christian Rathmann
Dieses Poster ist die deutsche Übersetzung des Posters „Towards Fair Licences for Data from the DGS Corpus Project“, das am 4. Dezember 2010 auf dem SLCN-Netzwerk-Workshop in Berlin präsentiert wurde. Es diskutiert Modelle für zukünftige Lizenzen zur Nutzung von Korpusdaten aus dem DGS-Korpus-Projekt as Kompromiss zwischen den Persönlichkeitsrechten der an der Datenerhebung Teilnehmenden, die im Video sichtbar werden, und den Forschern, die Arbeit in die Analyse der Daten investieren.

Use of Avatar Technology for Automatic Mouth Gesture Recognition

Maren Brumm, Ronan Johnson, Thomas Hanke, Rolf-Rainer Grigat & Rosalee Wolfe
A sign language avatar is used to create additional training data to be used for an artificial neural network to recognize mouth gestures.

Detecting Regional and Age Variation in a Growing Corpus of DGS

Thomas Hanke, Reiner Konrad, Gabriele Langer, Anke Müller & Sabrina Wähl
In previous work, we reported corpus evidence supporting earlier claims on age and regional variation of a small set of DGS signs mentioned in the literature. With the quantity of annotation available for the DGS corpus growing over time, it should be our aim, however, to not only provide data on “the usual suspects”, but also to detect variation. While the DGS corpus was designed to be balanced with respect to age, regional distribution and...

Handbuch für Kontaktpersonen Teil III: SessionDirector

Sung-Eun Hong, Sven Wagner, Silke Matthes & Thomas Hanke
Project note for work package 02 “Datenerhebung / Data Collection” produced in the DGS-Korpus project.
This manual explains how to use the SessionDirector program in order to conduct data collection sessions in the DGS-Korpus project.

Lehren als zentrale Aufgabe der Wissenschaft: Drei Thesen zu Ideal und Realität

Kristina S. Weißmüller

The DGS-Korpus approach to including frequent sign combinations in a corpus-based electronic sign language dictionary

Gabriele Langer, Anke Müller, Sabrina Wähl & Thomas Hanke
With the availability of corpus data new kinds of information on sign use can be found and made available in sign language dictionary entries, such as different types of typical sign combinations (in the following called patterns) including phrasal units, loan compounds, collocational patterns and even patterns of semantic preference. As entries of SL dictionaries become more and more complex and include a wider variety of information types such as SL examples, the issue of...

Corpus Linguistics – Sign Language

Thomas Hanke
Sign language corpora are rather exotic within corpus linguistics as they deal with language data for languages having no written form and consequently no orthography. Much of the effort in current sign language corpus projects goes into segmentation and lemmatization as these need to be done manually while they are relatively straight- forward und in many cases automatic steps for other languages. The lack of large-scale lexical databases for sign languages implies that many decisions...

Front Matter

Alessandro Bausi, Paola Buzi, Marilena Maniaci & Eugenia Sokolinski
Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin 6/1 (2020)

Historical Annotations in Three Manuscripts from Natan ben Saʿadyah Ha-Kohen Šulʾel's Library

Javier Del Barco
The nagid Natan ben Saʿadyah Ha-Kohen Šulʾel was born in Tlemcen to a family of North African origin, and subsequently emigrated to Jerusalem and Egypt, where he was appointed nagid in 1484. As a learned man and religious leader, he was a lover of books, some of which he copied himself, and some of which he acquired and later sold or bequeathed. His personal story has been successfully outlined, but the story of his books...

Historical Annotations in Three Manuscripts from Natan ben Saʿadyah Ha-Kohen Šulʾel's Library

Javier Del Barco
The nagid Natan ben Saʿadyah Ha-Kohen Šulʾel was born in Tlemcen to a family of North African origin, and subsequently emigrated to Jerusalem and Egypt, where he was appointed nagid in 1484. As a learned man and religious leader, he was a lover of books, some of which he copied himself, and some of which he acquired and later sold or bequeathed. His personal story has been successfully outlined, but the story of his books...

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