Sigfrid Lundberg's Stuff
Digital Humanities Infrastructures
This note discusses different initiatives as regards providing access to resources and tools aimed at researchers within the humanities. Since the general breakthrough of search services like Google, annotation and bookmarking services like del.icio.us and the like, the attitudes towards the application of computing within the humanities has changed. In addition, the concept of e-science has contributed to make scholars positive to apply computing to various problems within the humanities. Following a discussion started around year 2000, we propose that it is possible to formalize many humanities computing tasks as pipelines between XML processing steps.
XML processing, Text encoding, Digital humanities, 2008
My name is Sigfrid Lundberg. The stuff I publish here may, or may not, be of interest for anyone else.
On this site there is material on photography, music, literature and other stuff I enjoy in life. However, most of it is related to my profession as an Internet programmer and software developer within the area of digital libraries at the Royal Library, Copenhagen (Denmark) and, before that, Lund university (Sweden).
The content here does not reflect the views of my past or present employers