Making an information system for the humanities
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The Documentation Project is a cooperative project between Faculties of Arts in the Norwegian universities. It aims to produce “the Norwegian universities' databases for language and culture” from the paper-based archives at the participating institutions. The project has been active on a national basis since 1992. This paper describes the methodologies involved and ongoing subprojects.
Key wordsdatabases in the humanities NIAM formalism
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