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Digital Scholarship Symposium 2019

(Re-)Mining Text: From Traditional to Digital (19 March 2019)

DS Symposium 2019The second Digital Scholarship Symposium, titled “(Re-)Mining Text: From Traditional to Digital” was held on 19 March 2019 at Digital Scholarship Lab in University Library. Co-organized by Hong Kong Literature Research Centre and the Library, this Symposium aimed to explore the techniques and applications of text mining in the new era. Researchers mine text in a microscopic way using traditional research methods. But with techniques developed in digital scholarship, they can re-mine the text from a macroscopic perspective.

The one-day Symposium began after Opening Ceremony with the keynote speech given by Professor J. Stephen Downie, Professor and Associate Dean for Research, School of Information Sciences at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the Illinois Co-Director of the HathiTrust Research Center. The three panels in the Symposium on English Text and Social MediaHong Kong Literature and Chinese Text have invited scholars local and overseas universities to share their research projects on text mining.  Programme booklet with Abstract and Biography of the speakers can be downloaded for information.

 

Symposium presentations:

Keynote Speech: 
HathiTrust Research Center: Creating New Opportunities in Support of Scholarly Text Mining
Prof. Stephen DOWNIE
Professor and Associate Dean for Research, School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

[Opening & keynote speech video will be available later.]

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Panel 1: English Text and Social Media (Moderator: Prof. YE Jia, Michelle)

  • Automatic Text Classification – Models, Applications, and Recent Trends
    Prof. LAM Wai
    Professor, Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Bilingual Text-mining for Inspiring Personalized Reflection
    Prof. KONG Siu Cheung
    Professor, Department of Mathematics and Information Technology, The Education University of Hong Kong
  • Text Mining for Communication Measures on Social Media
    Prof. LIANG Hai
    Assistant Professor, School of Journalism and Communication, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

[Video will be available later.]

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Panel 2: Hong Kong Literature (Moderator: Prof. FAN Sin Piu)

  • Network Theory, Plot Analysis: a case study of Lu Lun’s “Poverty-Stricken Alley/Dead End”
    Prof. WONG Nim Yan
    Associate Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • (Re-)Mining Text: An Experiment on Visualising Author Network in An Annotated Bibliography of the Classical Writings of Hong Kong Poets
    Ms. Kitty K.Y. SIU
    Digital Scholarship Librarian, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Library
    Ms. Daphne T.Y. SO
    Research Assistant, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Library

  • A Pilot Study on Topic Modeling of The Chinese Student Weekly
    Dr. Wendy H.Y. WONG
    CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Library

[Video will be available later.]

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Panel 3: Chinese Text (Moderator: Dr. Maria L.C. LAU)

  • Using CORPRO to Revisit the Authorship Controversy of Dream of the Red Chamber
    Prof. CHUEH Ho-chia
    Associate Professor, Department of Bio-Industry Communication and Development, National Taiwan University
  • Extracting Stylistic and Intertextual Markers from Chinese Text
    Prof. Paul VIERTHALER
    Assistant Professor, Centre for Digital Humanities, Leiden University
  • Unveiling the Sheng XuanHuai Archive @ CUHK – Experience Sharing on Using Corpus Data for Text Analysis and Beyond
    Mr. Jeff LIU
    Associate Librarian, Lingnan University Library
    Mr. Tony TSANG
    Assistant Computer Officer, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Library
    Mr. SHENG Chang-Hung
    Descendant of SHENG XuanHuai

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