On the iAligner project
  • C. Palladino & T. Yousef, iAligner for text alignment. Fifth AIUCD Annual Conference, Venice 2016 (Poster , Abstract )

Projects on textual variants and collation
  • CollateX:
  • Digital Variants project:
  • eComparatio project:
  • Samuel Beckett Digital Manuscript Project:
  • Stemmaweb:
  • AA. VV., The “Gothenburg model”: A modular architecture for computer-aided collation
  • Andrews, T.L., Blockeel, H., “Analyzing manuscript traditions using constraint-based data mining”, in Proceedings of the ECAI 2012 CoCoMiLe workshop on COmbining COnstraint solving with MIning and LEarning (Montpellier, August 2012).
  • Andrews, T.L., “The third way: Philology and Critical Edition for a Digital Age”, Variants 10, 2013, 61-76
  • Dekker, Ronald H. et al. “Computer-supported collation of modern manuscripts: CollateX and the Beckett Digital Manuscript Project.” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Oxford, 2014.
  • Jänicke, S., Büchler, M. and Scheuermann, G., “Improving the Layout for Text Variant Graphs”, in VisLR workshop at LREC Conference 2014, Reykjiavik, Iceland.
  • Jänicke, S., Geßner, A., et al. “TRAViz: A Visualization for Variant Graphs”, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (Digital Humanities 2014 Special Issue)
  • Schubert, C., Meins, F., et al., “eComparatio - Editionsvergleich”, in Digital Humanities 2016: Conference Abstracts. Jagiellonian University & Pedagogical University, Kraków, pp. 882-883.

On the concept of the syntax-based alignment, semi-automatic collation and related algorithms
  • Brown, P.F., et al. “Aligning sentences in parallel corpora”. Proceedings of the 29th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Berkeley 1991, 169–176.
  • Makedon, F. et al. “HEAR HOMER: A multimedia-data access remote prototype for ancient texts.” Proceedings of ED-MEDIA’98. Freiburg, Germany, 1998.
  • Mount, D.M., Bioinformatics: Sequence and Genome Analysis, New York 2004 (2nd ed.).
  • Needleman, S.B. and Wunsch, C.D. “A General Method Applicable to the Search for Similarities in the Amino Acid Sequence of Two Proteins”. Journal of Molecular Biology, 48(1970): 443–453.
  • Spence, M., Howe, C., “Collating texts using progressive multiple alignment”, Computers and the Humanities, August 2004, Volume 38, Issue 3, pp 253-270.
  • Thompson, JD, et al. “CLUSTAL W: Improving the Sensitivity of Progressive Multiple Sequence Alignment through Sequence Weighting, Position-Specific Gap Penalties and Weight Matrix Choice”. Nucleic Acids Research, 22(1994): 4673– 4680.

On Levensthein distance and related projects
  • Levenshtein, Vladimir I. “Binary codes capable of correcting deletions, insertions, and reversals”, Soviet Physics Doklady, 10(1966): 707–710.
Other projects on exploration of text reuse
  • Büchler, M., Franzini, et al., “Scaling Historical Text Re-Use”, in The IEEE International Conference on Big Data 2014 (IEEE BigData 2014). Washington DC, October 2014, 27-30.
  • Jänicke, S., Geßner, A., et al., "Visualizations for text re-use". In IVAPP ‘14: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Information Visualization Theory and Application, 2014.
  • Moritz, M., Wiederhold, A., et al. (forthcoming 2016) “Non-Literal Text Reuse in Historical Texts: An Approach to Identify Reuse Transformations and its Application to Bible Reuse”, in EMNLP 2016: Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing. Austin, November 2016, 1-5.
  • Schubert, C., “Das Portal eAQUA - Neue Methoden der geisteswissenschaftlichen Forschung II”, in: W. Fach, F. Kolovou, S. Rieckhoff, B. Streck, Working Papers Contested Order No.3, Oktober 2011.
  • Schubert, C., Heyer, G., “Neue Methoden der geisteswissenschaftlichen Forschung. Eine Einführung in das Portal eAQUA”, in W. Fach, F. Kolovou, S. Rieckhoff, B. Streck, Working Papers Contested Order No.1, Oktober 2010.
  • eAQUA Portal:
  • Tesserae Project for exploring intertextual parallels: