18.648 Literary and Linguistic Computing in the news

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 09:08:54 +0000

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 18, No. 648.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                     Submit to: humanist_at_princeton.edu

   [1] From: "marilyn.deegan" <marilyn.deegan_at_kcl.ac.uk> (22)
         Subject: Publish Ahead of Print for LLC

   [2] From: oupjournals-mailer_at_LIONTAMER.STANFORD.EDU (84)
         Subject: LLC news

         Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 09:04:41 +0000
         From: "marilyn.deegan" <marilyn.deegan_at_kcl.ac.uk>
         Subject: Publish Ahead of Print for LLC

Dear Colleagues

Could I draw your attention to a new feature that has just been implemented
by Oxford University Press for the publication of Literary and Linguistic
Computing? We have moved to a Publish Ahead of Print model, which means
that as soon as a paper has been accepted and has been through the OUP
editing process, and authors have seen the proofs, it is published
online. This means that the paper is available much earlier. Have a look

Comments are welcome, and should be sent direct to me rather than posted to
the list.



Dr Marilyn Deegan
Editor, Literary and Linguistic Computing
Director of Research Development
Centre for Computing in the Humanities
King's College London
The Strand
London WC2R 2LS
Phone 07940 570228
Fax 020 7848 2980
Email <mailto:marilyn.deegan_at_kcl.ac.uk>marilyn.deegan_at_kcl.ac.uk

         Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 09:06:48 +0000
         From: oupjournals-mailer_at_LIONTAMER.STANFORD.EDU
         Subject: LLC news


Literary and Linguistic Computing ADVANCE ACCESS
Accelerated Online Publication

With the Literary and Linguistic Computing Advance Access, manuscripts are
copyedited, typeset and published online before the print copy is available.
This means that increased speed of publication is achieved without any loss
of quality.

Bookmark http://www.llc.oupjournals.org/papbyrecent.shtml and visit every
month to see the most up-to-date list of papers.

Advantages for subscribers:
-Read the very latest research online without waiting for a printed copy of
the journal

Advantages for authors:
-Accelerated publication means that your paper can start receiving citations
faster than ever before


Lit Linguist Computing -- Table of Contents Alert

A new issue of Literary and Linguistic Computing
has been made available:

March 2005; Vol. 20, No. 1

URL: http://llc.oupjournals.org/content/vol20/issue1/index.dtl?etoc



          Marilyn Deegan
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:1-2.



          Laszlo Hunyadi
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:3-4.

Invited Address

   Invited Address

          Sture Allen
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:5-6.


   Living with Google: Perspectives on Humanities Computing and Digital
   Libraries: Busa Award Lecture, June 2004

          Susan Hockey
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:7-24.

   Computational Contributions to the Humanities

          John Nerbonne
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:25-40.

   Reading the Readers: Modelling Complex Humanities Processes to Build
   Cognitive Systems

          Melissa Terras
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:41-59.

   What's in a Name? Contextualizing the Document Concept1

          Helena Francke
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:61-69.

   The Application of a Geographical Information System to the Creation of a
   Cultural Heritage Digital Resource

          Martyn Jessop
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:71-90.

   Named Entity Recognition for the Mainland Scandinavian Languages

          Janne Bondi Johannessen, Kristin Hagen, Asne Haaland, Andra Bjork
          Jonsdottir, Anders Noklestad, Dimitris Kokkinakis, Paul Meurer,
          Bick, and Dorte Haltrup
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:91-102.

   Unification of XML Documents with Concurrent Markup

          Andreas Witt, Daniela Goecke, Felix Sasaki, and Harald Lungen
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:103-116.

   <teiPublisher>: A Repository Management System for TEI Documents

          Amit Kumar, Susan Schreibman, Stewart Arneil, Martin Holmes,
          Bia, and John Walsh
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:117-132.

   Documents and Data: Modelling Materials for Humanities Research in XML and
   Relational Databases

          John Bradley
          Lit Linguist Computing 2005 20:133-151.
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