Sarah Schulz, Jonas Kuhn, Nils Reiter. Authorship Attribution of Mediaeval German Text: Style and Contents in Apollonius von Tyrland. In Digital Humanities 2016: Conference Abstracts, Kraków, Poland, 2016.

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Abstract

In this paper, we describe computer-aided authorship testing on the Middle High German (MHG) text Apollonius von Tyrland written by Heinrich von Neustadt (HvN) in the late 13th century. Being based on a Latin original, HvN is suspected to incorporate other sources into the translation. We investigate assumptions regarding a segmentation of this text into parts supposedly tracking back to different sources. Our objective is it to provide a) clarification on the validity of this segmentation and b) on features that show the difference in origin of the segments. In particular, we distinguish between features related to content and to style.

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@inproceedings{ Schulz2016aa, Title = { {Authorship Attribution of Mediaeval German Text: Style and Contents in Apollonius von Tyrland} }, Address = { Kraków, Poland }, Author = { Sarah Schulz and Jonas Kuhn and Nils Reiter }, Booktitle = { {Digital Humanities 2016: Conference Abstracts} }, Pages = { 883-885 }, Year = { 2016 } }

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TY - TI - Authorship Attribution of Mediaeval German Text: Style and Contents in Apollonius von Tyrland AU - Sarah Schulz AU - Jonas Kuhn AU - Nils Reiter PY - 2016 CY - Kraków, Poland J2 - Digital Humanities 2016: Conference Abstracts ER -