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  1. Apr 2021
  2. Jan 2021
    1. Polytonic Greek 3 99.2% 0.26 99.6%

      krake's performances for greek

    2. Apart from a basic segmenter taken from OCRopus a trainable line extractor is in the process of being implemented. Full trainability of layout analysis is of utmost importance to a truly universal OCR system, as text layout and its semantics varies widely across time and space, e.g. hand-crafted methods for printed Latin text are unlikely to work reliably on Arabic text or manuscripts with extensive interlinear annotation.

      wip implementation of line segmentation in kraken

  3. Jun 2020
  4. Jun 2019
    1. Breaking long notebooks into many smaller ones can help with the pacing in a lecture. Having a master notebook serve as the table of contents can then help students navigate through the class. Notebooks can be linked in a markdown cell as:

      navigation aids among notebooks

  5. Oct 2018
    1. default-character-set = utf8

      this breaks the mysql service (5.7.23) on Ubuntu 16.04.05, you guys may want to specify that

  6. Jun 2018
    1. Tac. Ann. 4.5.3

      is this the kind of references to run through HuCit?

  7. Apr 2018
  8. Feb 2017
    1. Authorship of the Ciris R. B. Steele The American Journal of Philology 1930 DOI: 10.2307/289863 The last four lines of the Ciris (538-41) are also in the Georgics (1, 406-9), just as four lines in Georg. 4, 162 ff. are carried over to the bee-simile in Aeneid 1, 430 ff., and just as many a shorter piece of the narrative is given more than once, in the same or in changed form.

      another article noting the Aen./Gerog. similarity.

    2. Apollonius Called the Rhodian Moses Hadas The Classical Weekly 1932 DOI: 10.2307/4339137 left Pagasae and the throngs of feminine admirers. On that occasion he is likened to Apollo striding toward Delos (1.307-311). Vergil copies the simile in his description of Aeneas (Aeneid 4.143-I45): Qualis ubi hibernam Lyciam Xanthique fluenta deserit ac Delum maternam invisit Apollo instauratque choros.... pon that passage Henry remarks29: "Not only is the hero of the Aeneid modelled after the hero of the Argonautics (see Rem. on Aen. 3.1O), but he is made the subject of the selfsame comparisons. .."

      Aeneas compared to Apollo for his beauty

      In an article on Apolloius Rhodius (10.2307/4339137) we read that Vergil took this comparison from the Argonautica (1.307-311), where Jason is compared to the same deity

    3. "SEDES APIBUS": FROM THE "GEORGICS" TO THE "AENEID" Eleanor Winsor Leach Vergilius (1959-) 1977 DOI: 10.2307/41591766

      see also the DCC commentary ad locum, which doesn't mention the same similes in the Georg.

  9. Dec 2016
    1. 'Non Viribus Aequis': Some Problems in Virgil's Battle-Scenes

      Nice example of consecutive discursive references that were captured by the system.

  10. Sep 2016

      just a test

    2. John D. Muccigrosso "Frequent Vocabulary in Latin Instruction" The Classical World [ 10.2307/4352875 ]

      this is clearly an error, i.e. a wrongly captured reference.

    3. Audentis Fortuna iuvat,”

      a bit surprising that there are not many verbatim quotations of this famous line.

    4. terque quaterque manu pectus percussit honestum.

      One of those cases where both the reference and the quotation are captured.

    1. terque quaterque manu pectus percussit honestum

      One of those cases where both the reference and the quotation are captured.

    2. coniugium optatum et pulchram Calydona viderem? 271 Nunc etiam horribili visu portenta sequuntur,