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Anstey, Peter and John Burrows. "John Locke, Thomas Sydenham, and the Authorship of Two Medical Documents." Electronic British Library Journal , 2009. Article 3 - Article 3. Journal Article. <http://www.bl.uk/eblj/2009articles/article3.html> authorial attribution, John Locke, Thomas Sydenham, computational stylistics John Locke, Thomas SydenhamNotes
Antonia, Alexis and Ellen Jordan. "Who Wrote the Women's Movement Articles in The Saturday Review?" Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 4.3 , 2008. Journal Article. <http://www.ncgsjournal.com/issue43/antonia.htm> computational stylistics, authorial attribution, women's movement, Saturday Review Notes
Antonia, Alexis and Ellen Jordan. "Checking some Wellesley Index Attributions by Empirical 'Internal Evidence': The Case of Blackie and Burton." Authorship Fall 1.1 , 2011. Journal Article. <http://www.authorship.ugent.be> computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Wellesley Index, John Stuart Blackie, John Hill Burton, Tait's Edinburgh Magazine John Stuart Blackie, John Hill BurtonWellesley IndexNotes
Antonia, Alexis and Ellen Jordan. "Identifying Anne Mozley's Contributions to the Christian Remembrancer: A Computational Stylistic Approach." Victorian Literature and Culture 2 42 , 2014. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Christian Remembrancer, Anne Mozley Anne MozleyNotes
Antonia, Alexis, Hugh Craig and Jack Elliott. "Language chunking, data sparseness, and the value of a long marker list: explorations with word n-grams and authorial attribution." Literary and Linguistic Computing , 2013. Journal Article. doi:10.1093/llc/fqt028 computational stylistics, authorial attribution, word n-grams, statistical analysis word n-gramsNotes
Bourke, Sid, A. Holbrook, H. Craig, T. Lovat, K. Holmes and E. Prieto-Rodriguez. "Matching and understanding the context and language of PhD examiner reports." 2009 AERA Annual Meeting Online Program San Diego, CA: , 2009. Conference Paper. computational stylistics, PhD examiners' reports, context and language Notes
Bryant, Lois, E. Spencer, A. Ferguson, H. Craig, K. Colyvas and L. Worrall. "Propositional Idea Density in aphasic discourse" Aphasiology 27 , 2013. 992 - 1009. Journal Article. 10.1080/02687038.2013.803514 | computational stylistics, propositional idea density, aphasic discourse propositional idea densityNotes
Burrows, John. ""Nothing out of the Ordinary Way": Differentiation of Character in the Twelve Most Common Words of "Northanger Abbey", "Mansfield Park", and "Emma"." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies vi , 1983. 17 - 41. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Jane Austen, common words. Northanger Abbey, Mansfield Park, Emma, characterisation Jane Austencommon wordsNotes
Burrows, John. "Modal Verbs and Moral Principles: an Aspect of Jane Austen's Style." Literary and Linguistic Computing i , 1986. 9 - 23. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Jane Austen, modal verbs, textual analysis Jane Austenmodal verbsNotes
Burrows, John. "The Reciprocities of Style: Literary Criticism and Literary Statistics'." Essays and Studies ns xxxix , 1986. 78 - 93. Journal Article. computational stylistics, statistical methodology, textual analysis Notes
Burrows, John. Computation into Criticism: A Study of Jane Austen's Novels and an Experiment in Method. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1987. Book. computational stylistics, Jane Austen, textual analysis, statistical methodology Jane AustenNotes
Burrows, John. "Word-Patterns and Story-Shapes: the Statistical Analysis of Narrative Style." Literary and Linguistic Computing ii , 1987. 61 - 70. Journal Article. computational stylistics, statistical analysis, textual analysis, narrative style Notes
Burrows, John. ""An Ocean where each Kind ...": Statistical Analysis and some Major Determinants of Literary Style." Computers and the Humanities xxiii , 1989. 309 - 321. Journal Article. computational stylistics, statistical methodology, textual analysis Notes
Burrows, John. ""A Vision" as a Revision?" Eighteenth-Century Studies xxii , 1989. 551 - 565. Journal Article. computational stylistics, A Vision, textual analysis Notes
Burrows, John. "I Lisp'd in Numbers: Fielding, Richardson, and the Appraisal of Statistical Evidence." The Scriblerian xxxiii , 1991. 234 - 241. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Henry Fielding, Samuel Richardson, statistical methodology Henry Fielding, Samuel RichardsonNotes
Burrows, John. "Not unless you ask nicely: The Interpretative Nexus between Analysis and Information." Literary and Linguistic Computing vii , 1992. 91 - 110. Journal Article. computational stylistics, textual analysis, statistical methodology Notes
Burrows, John. "Numbering the Streaks of the Tulip? Reflections on a Challenge to the Use of Statistical Methods in Computational Stylistics." Computers in the Humanities Working Papers , 1996. Journal Article. computational stylistics, statistical methodology Notes
Burrows, John. ""Delta": a Measure of Stylistic Difference and a Guide to Likely Authorship."" Literary and Linguistic Computing 17 , 2002. 267 - 287. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorship, methodology, statistical analysis, delta deltaNotes
Burrows, John. "The Englishing of Juvenal: Computational Stylistics and Translated Texts." Style 36 , 2002. 677 - 699. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Juvenal, translation theory JuvenalNotes
Burrows, John. "Questions of authorship: Attribution and Beyond, the Roberto Busa Award Lecture (2001)." Computers and the Humanities 37 , 2003. 5 - 32. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, authorship, delta deltaNotes
Burrows, John. "Andrew Marvell and the 'Painter Satires': A Computational Approach to their Authorship." Modern Language Review 100 , 2005. 281 - 297. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Andrew Marvell, Painter satires Andrew MarvellNotes
Burrows, John. "Who wrote Shamela? Verifying the Authorship of a Parodic Text." Literary and Lingustis Computing 20 , 2005. 437 - 450. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorship, Shamela, parodic satire Notes
Burrows, John. "All the way through: Testing for Authorship in Difference Strata." Literary and Linguistic Computing 22 , 2007. 27 - 47. Journal Article. computational stylistics, methodology, statistical analysis, delta, iota, zeta delta, iota, zetaNotes
Burrows, John. "Mulgrave, Dryden, and An Essay upon Satire." Superior in his Profession: Essays in Memory of Harold Love. Script and Print 33, 2009. 76 - 91. Book Section. computational stylistics, Mulgrave, Dryden, Essay upon Satire Mulgrave, DrydenNotes
Burrows, John. "A Second Opinion on "Shakespeare and Authorship Studies in the Twenty-First Century"." Shakespeare Quarterly 63 , 2012. 355 - 392. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorial attribution ShakespeareNotes
Burrows, John and Anthony Hassall. ""Anna Boleyn" and the Authenticity of Fielding's Feminine Narratives." Eighteenth-Century Studies xxi , 1988. 427 - 453. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Henry Fielding, Anna Boleyn, feminine narratives Henry FieldingNotes
Burrows, John and Anthony Hassall. "Sarah and Henry Fielding and the Authorship of The History of Ophelia." Script and Print 30 , 2006. 69 - 102. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Henry Fielding, Sarah Fielding, History of Ophelia, authorship Henry Fielding, Sarah FieldingNotes
Burrows, John and Harold Love. "The Role of Stylistics in Attribution: Thomas Shadwell and "The Giants' War"." Eighteenth-Century Life 22 , 1998. 18 - 30. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Thomas Shadwell, Giant's War Thomas ShadwellNotes
Burrows, John and Harold Love. "Attribution Tests and the Editing of Seventeenth-century Poetry." Yearbook of English Studies 29 , 1999. 151 - 175. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, seventeenth century poetry Notes
Burrows, John and Hugh Craig. "Lyrical Drama and the "Turbid Mountebanks": Styles of Dialogue in Romantic and Renaissance Tragedy." Computers and the Humanities 28 , 1994. 1 - 24. Journal Article. 10.1007/BF01830688 computational stylistics, Renaissance tragedy, Romantic tragedy, lyrical drama, dialogue style Notes
Burrows, John and H. Love. "Did Aphra Behn write "Caesar's Ghost"?" The Culture of the Book: Essays presented to Wallace Kirsop. Melbourne: Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1999. 148 - 172. Book Section. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Aphra Behn, Caesar's Ghost Aphra BehnNotes
Burrows, John and Hugh Craig. "Lucy Hutchinson and the Authorship of Two Seventeenth-Century Poems: a Computational Approach." The Seventeenth Century 16 , 2001. 259 - 282. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Lucy Hutchinson, seventeenth century poetry Lucy HutchinsonNotes
Burrows, John and Hugh Craig. "Authors and Characters." English Studies 93 , 2012. 292 - 309. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorship, characterisation Notes
Burrows, John and Peter Anstey. "John Locke, Thomas Sydenham, and the "Smallpox Manuscripts"." English Manuscript Studies 18 , 2013. 180 - 214. Journal Article. computational stylistics, John Locke, Thomas Sydenham, smallpox manuscripts John Locke, Thomas SydenhamNotes
Burrows, John, Alexis Antonia and Lou Burnard. "The Complete Works of Jane Austen, Electronic Edition." Oxford Electronic Text Library Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992. Electronic Book. Jane Austen, Complete Works, electronic edition Jane AustenNotes
Burrows, John; Christopher Butler. "Computers and the Study of Literature." Computers and Written Texts: an Applied Perspective. Oxford,: Blackwell, 1992. 167 - 204. Book Section. computational stylistics, computers, study of literature Notes
Burrows, John; Creagh Cole. "Computational Stylistics: a Sketch of our Present Strengths and Limitations" Computing Arts 2001 Sydney: University of Sydney in association with the Australian Academy of the Humanities, 2003. 169 - 179. Book Section. computational stylistics, methodology strengths & limitations Notes
Burrows, John; D.A. Cruse, Franz Hundsnurcher, et. al. Lexikologie. "Jane Austen, invited contribution" Lexicology. Ein internationals Handbuch zur Natur und Strucktur von Worten and Wortschatzen vol. ii Berlin: de Gruyter, 2005. 1474 - 1477. Book Section. computational stylistics, Jane Austen Jane AustenNotes
Burrows, John; Deryck Schreuder. "Computers and the Idea of Authorship." The Humanities and a Creative Nation: Jubilee Essays. Canberra: Australian Academy of the Humanities, 1995. 89 - 108. Book Section. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, authorship Notes
Burrows, John; Edward Copeland and Juliet McMaster. "Style" The Cambridge Companion to Jane Austen Cambridge: University Press, 1997. 189 - 210. Book Section. computational stylistics, stylistic analysis Notes
Burrows, John; Geoffrey Little. "A Strange and Self-Abuse? The Authorship of "A Panyegyric on the Reverend Dean Swift"." Imperfect Apprehensions: Essays in Honour of G.A. Wilkes. Sydney: Challis Press, 1996. 115 - 132. Book Section. authorship attribution, Dean Swift, computational stylistics Dean SwiftNotes
Burrows, John; Gerhard Lauer, et al.. "Computers and the Idea of Authorship" Fotis Jannidis. Rückkehr des Autors. Zur Erneuerung eines umstrittenen Begriffs Tübingen: Niemeyer Verlag, 1999. 133 - 144. Book Section. computational stylistics, authorship Notes
Burrows, John; Harold Love. "A Computational Approach to the Rochester Canon: an Appendix." The Complete Works of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester. Oxford: Clarendon, 1999. 681 - 695. Book Section. computational stylistics, Rochester canon, authorial attribution Notes
Burrows, John; Margaret Harris & Elizabeth Webby. "Fossicking about the Territory: Testing for Specimens of an Australian Narrative Dialect." Reconnoitres: Essays in Honour of G. A. Wilkes. Sydney: Sydney University Press/Oxford University Press, 1992. 36 - 53, 241-9. Book Section. computational stylistics, Australian narrative dialect, statistical analysis Notes
Burrows, John; Michael P. Zuckert and Derek A. Webb. "The Authorship of Two Sets of Anti-Federalist Papers: A Computational Approach." The Anti-Federalist Writings of the Melancton Smith Circle. Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2009. 397 - 419. Book Section. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Anti-Federalist Papers Notes
Burrows, John; Susan Hockey and Nancy Ide. "Tiptoeing into the Infinite: Testing for Evidence of National Differences in the Language of English Narrative." Research in Humanities Computing '92. Oxford: Clarendon, 1996. 1 - 33. Book Section. computational stylistics, national differences, English narrative Notes
Burrows, John; Susan Schreibman et al.. "Textual Analysis" A Companion to Digital Humanities Oxford: Blackwell, 2004. 323 - 347. Book Section. computational stylistics, textual analysis Notes
Burrows, John; Willard McCarty. "Never say always again: Reflections on the Numbers Game." Text and Genre in Reconstruction. The Wisbey Lecture for 2006, King's College, London. London: Open Book Publishers, 2010. 23 - 35. Book Section. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, statistical analysis Notes
Connors, Louisa. "An Unregulated Woman: A Computational Stylistics Analysis of Elizabeth Cary's The Tragedy of Mariam, The Faire Queene of Jewry." Literary and Linguistic Computing 21 , 2006. 51 - 66. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Elizabeth Carey, Tragedy of Mariam, closet drama Elizabeth CareyNotes
Crabb, Peter, Alexis Antonia and Hugh Craig. "Who Wrote 'A Visit to the Western Goldfields'? Using Computers to Analyse Language in Historical Research." History Australia , 2014. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Australian goldfields journalism Notes
Craig, Hugh. "Plural pronouns in Roman plays by Shakespeare and Jonson." Literary and Linguistic Computing 6 , 1991. 180 - 186. Journal Article. 10.1093/llc/6.3.180 computational stylistics, Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Roman plays, plural pronouns Shakespeare, Ben Jonsonplural pronounsNotes
Craig, Hugh. "Authorial attribution and computational stylistics: if you can tell authors apart, have you learned anything about them?" Literary and Linguistic Computing 14 , 1999. 103 - 113. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, authorship Notes
Craig, Hugh. "Contrast and change in the idiolects of Ben Jonson characters." Computers and the Humanities 33 , 1999. 221 - 240. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Ben Jonson, idiolects, characterisation Ben JonsonNotes
Craig, Hugh. "The weight of numbers: common words and Jonson's dramatic style." Ben Jonson Journal 6 , 1999. 243 - 259. Journal Article. computational stylistics, common words, Ben Jonson, statistical analysis Ben JonsonNotes
Craig, Hugh. "Grammatical modality in English plays from the 1580s to the 1640s." English Literary Renaissance 30 , 2000. 32 - 54. Journal Article. computational stylistics, English plays 1580-1640, grammatical modality Notes
Craig, Hugh. "Is the author really dead? An empirical study of the authorship in English Renaissance drama." Empirical Studies in the Arts 2 18 , 2000. 119 - 134. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorship, Renaissance drama Notes
Craig, Hugh. "An image of the times: Ben Jonson's revision of "Every Man in his Humour"." English Studies 82 , 2001. 14 - 33. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Ben Jonson, Every Man in his Humour, textual analysis Ben JonsonNotes
Craig, Hugh. "Common-words frequencies, Shakespeare's style, and the Elegy by W.S.." Early Modern Literary Studies 8 , 2002. Journal Article. <http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/08-1/craistyl.htm> computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorial attribution, common words, Elegy ShakespeareNotes
Craig, Hugh. "Brian Vickers, Counterfeiting Shakespeare: Evidence, Authorship, and John Ford's Funerall Elegye." Shakespeare Quarterly 3 54 , 2003. 312 - 314. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship, John Forde, Funeral Elegy Shakespeare, John FordeNotes
Craig, Hugh. "MacD. P. Jackson, Defining Pericles as a Test Case." Shakespeare Quarterly 4 55 , 2004. 462 - 464. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship, Pericles ShakespeareNotes
Craig, Hugh. "Guest Editor's Introduction." Literary and Liguistic Computing 20 , 2005. 381 - 381. Journal Article. computational stylistics Notes
Craig, Hugh. "Papers from Computing Arts 2004 @ Newcastle. Literary and Linguistic Computing" Computing Arts 2004 @ Newcastle 4 20 Newcastle: , 2005. Conference Paper. computational stylistics, computing humanities Notes
Craig, Hugh. "Words that Count : Essays on Early Modern Authorship in Honor of MacDonald P. Jackson." Shakespeare Quarterly 56 , 2005. 496 - 498. Journal Article. computational stylistics, early modern authorship, statistical analysis Notes
Craig, Hugh. "Hugh Craig reviews The Stylometric Analysis of 'Faustus, from the German of Goethe'." The Coleridge Bulletin 32 , 2008. 85 - 88. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Goethe, Faustus GoetheNotes
Craig, Hugh. "'Speak, That I May See Thee': Shakespeare Characters and Common Words." Shakespeare Survey 61 , 2008. 281 - 288. Journal Article. 10.1017/CCOL9780521898881.021 computational stylistics, Shakespeare, characters, common words Shakespearecommon wordsNotes
Craig, Hugh. "Style, statistics and new models of authorship." Early Modern Literary Studies , 2010. 1 - 15. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorship, statistics Notes
Craig, Hugh. "A and an in English Plays, 1580-1639." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 53 , 2011. 273 - 293. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Definite article, English Plays 1580-1639 English Plays 1580-1639Definite articleNotes
Craig, Hugh. "Shakespeare's vocabulary: Myth and reality." Shakespeare Quarterly 62 , 2011. 53 - 74. Journal Article. 10.1353/shq.2011.0002 computational stylistics, Shakespeare's vocabulary ShakespeareNotes
Craig, Hugh. "Shakespeare, John Davies of Hereford, and 'A Lover's Complaint'." Shakespeare Quarterly 2 63 , 2012. 147 - 174. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Shakespeare, John Davies of Hereford, A Lover's Complaint Shakespeare, John Davies of HerefordNotes
Craig, Hugh. "The Date of Sir Thomas More." Shakespeare Survey 66 , 2013. 38 - 54. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Sir Thomas More, chronological analysis Sir Thomas Morechronological analysisNotes
Craig, Hugh &amp; Alexis Antonia. "Six Authors and the Saturday Review: A quantitative Approach to Style." Victorian Periodicals Review Vol. 48, Number 1, 2015. 67 - 86. journal article. Notes
Craig, Hugh and A. Kinney. "Introduction." Shakespeare, Computers and the Mystery of Authorship Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 1 - 14. Book Section. computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship ShakespeareNotes
Craig, Hugh and A. Kinney. "Methods." Shakespeare, Computers and the Mystery of Authorship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 15 - 39. Book Section. computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship, methodology ShakespeareNotes
Craig, Hugh and John Burrows; Marilyn Deegan and Willard McCarty. "A Collaboration about a Collaboration: the Authorship of King Henry VI, Part Three." Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities. London: Ashgate, 2012. Book Section. computational stylistics, Shakespeare, King Henry VI, Part Three, authorship ShakespeareNotes
Craig, Hugh and Russell Whipp. "Old spellings, new methods: automated procedures for indeterminate linguistic data." Literary and Linguistic Computing 1 25 , 2010. 37 - 52. Journal Article. computational stylistics, old spellings, automated procedures old spellingsNotes
Craig, Hugh, A. F. Kinney, Philip Palmer and Timothy Irish Watt. Shakespeare, Computers and the Mystery of Authorship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Book. computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship ShakespeareNotes
Craig, Hugh, Osvaldo A. Rosso and Pablo Moscato. "Shakespeare and Other English Renaissance Authors as Characterized by Information Theory Complexity Quantifiers." Physica A 388 , 2009. 916 - 926. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Shakespeare, Information Theory Complexity Quantifiers ShakespeareInformation Theory Complexity QuantifiersNotes
Craig, Hugh; Susan Schreibman et al.. "A Stylistic Analysis and Authorship Studies." A Companion to the Digital Humanities. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004. 273 - 288. Book Section. computational stylistics, authorship, stylistics Notes
Craig, Hugh; Craig, Hugh and A. Kinney. "The 1602 additions to The Spanish Tragedy." Shakespeare, Computers and the Mystery of Authorship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 162 - 180. Book Section. computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship, Spanish Tragedy 1602 additions ShakespeareNotes
Craig, Hugh; Craig, Hugh and A. Kinney. "The three parts of Henry VI" Shakespeare, Computers and the Mystery of Authorship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 40 - 77. Book Section. computational stylistics, Shakespeare, authorship, Henry VI ShakespeareNotes
Craig, Hugh; Creagh Cole. "A Computation into criticism, 1987-2001." Computing Arts 2001. Canberra: Australian Academy of the Humanities, 2003. 123 - 131. Book Section. computational stylistics, computing humanities 1987-2001 Notes
Craig, Hugh; Martin Butler. "Jonsonian chronology and the styles of "A Tale of a Tub"." Presenting Ben Jonson: Text, History, Performance. Basingstoke: Macmillan, Houndmills, 1999. 210 - 232. Book Section. computational stylistics, Ben Jonson, Tale of a Tub, textual analysis, chronological analysis Ben JonsonNotes
Drew, John and H. Craig. "Did Dickens write 'temperate temperance'?: An attempt to identify authorship of an anonymous article in All the Year Round'." Victorian Periodicals Review 44 , 2011. 267 - 290. Journal Article. computational stylistics, All the Year Round, Charles Dickens, authorial attribution, Temperate Temperance Charles DickensNotes
Ferguson, Alison, E. Spencer, H. Craig and K. Colyvas. "Propositional Idea Density in women's written language over the lifespan: Computerized analysis." Cortex , 2013. Journal Article. DOI: 10.1016/j.cortex.2013.05.012 computational stylistics, propositional idea density, women's written language propositional idea densityNotes
Ferguson, Alison, H. Craig and E. Spencer. "Exploring the potential for corpus-based research in speech-language pathology." 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus: Mustering Languages Somerville, Massachusetts: Cascadilla Press, 2008. 30 - 36. Conference Proceedings. computational stylistics, corpus-based research, speech-language pathology Notes
Holbrook, A., H. Craig, S. Bourke, T. Lovat, K. Holmes and E. Prieto-Rodriguez. "The content and language of PhD examiner reports." 13th Biennial Conference: EARLI 2009 Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Book of Abstracts, 2009. Conference Paper. computational stylistics, content and language, PhD examiner reports Notes
Jordan, Ellen, Hugh Craig and Alexis Antonia. "The Bronte Sisters and the 'Christian Remembrancer': a Pilot Study in the Use of the 'Burrows Method' to Identify the Authorship of unsigned Articles in the Nineteenth Century Periodical Press." Victorian Periodicals Review Spring, 1 39 , 2006. 21 - 45. Journal Article. 10.1353/vpr.2006.0024 computational stylistics, Bronte sisters, authorial attribution, nineteenth century periodicals, Christian Remembrancer BronteNotes
Marsden, J, D. Budden, H. Craig and P. Moscato. "Language Individuation and Marker Words: Shakespeare and His Maxwell's Demon." PLOS ONE 8 , 2013. Journal Article. 10.1371/journal.pone.0066813 computational stylistics, shakespeare, Maxwell's Demon, language individuation, marker words Shakespearemarker wordsNotes
McKenna, Wayne and Alexis Antonia. "Intertextuality and Joyce's 'Oxen of the Sun' episode in Ulysses: the relation between literary and computational evidence." RISSH 30 , 1994. Journal Article. computational stylistics, James Joyce, 'Oxen of the Sun' episode in Ulysses, intertextuality James JoyceNotes
McKenna, Wayne and Alexis Antonia. "A few simple words' of interior monologue in Ulysses: reconfiguring the evidence." Literary and Linguistic Computing 12 , 1996. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Ulysses, James Joyce, interior monologue James JoyceNotes
McKenna, Wayne and Alexis Antonia. "The Statistical analysis of Style: Reflections on Form, Meaning, and Ideology in the 'Nausicaa' episode of Ulysses." Literary and Linguistic Computing 16 , 2001. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Nausicaa' episode of Ulysses, James Joyce James JoyceNotes
McKenna, Wayne, John Burrows and Alexis Antonia. "Beckett's Trilogy: Computational Stylistics and the Nature of Translation." RISSH 35 , 1999. 151 - 171. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Samuel Beckett, Trilogy, translation theory Samuel BeckettNotes
McKenna, Wayne, John Burrows, Alexis Antonia; Marie Ramsland. "Beckett's "Molloy": Computational Stylistics and the Meaning of Translation." Variété: Perspectives in French Literature, Society and Culture. Studies in Honour of Kenneth Raymond Dutton. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1999. 79 - 92. Book Section. computational stylistics, Samuel Beckett, Molloy, translation theory Samuel BeckettNotes
Raylor, Timothy and John Burrows. "The Authorship of 'Lady Katherine Howard's Voyage and Enterteynement'." English Manuscript Studies 16 , 2007. 232 - 249. Journal Article. computational stylistics, authorship, Lady Katherine Howard, Voyage and Enterteynement Lady Katherine HowardNotes
Rosso, O, H. Craig and P. Moscato. "Shakespeare and other English Renaissance authors as characterized by Information Theory complexity quantifiers." Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 388 , 2009. 916 - 926. Journal Article. 10.1016/j.physa.2008.11.018 computational stylistics, Shakespeare, Information Theory complexity quantifiers ShakespeareInformation Theory complexity quantifiersNotes
Spencer, Elizabeth, A. Ferguson and H. Craig. "Language and life stages." Digital Humanities Australasia 2012 Conference Canberra, ACT: , 2012. Conference Paper. computational stylistics, language and aging Notes
Spencer, Elizabeth, H. Craig, A. Ferguson and K. Colyvas. "Language and ageing - Exploring propositional density in written language - Stability over time." Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics 26 , 2012. 743 - 754. Journal Article. computational stylistics, language and aging, propositional density propositional densityNotes
Sussex, Lucy and John Burrows. "Whodunit? Literary Forensics and the Crime Writing of James Skipp Borlase and Mary Fortune." Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand xxi , 1997. 73 - 106. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Mary Fortune, James Skipp Borlase, literary forensics Mary Fortune, James Skipp BorlaseNotes
Tarrant, Harold. "Some Support from Computational Stylistics." Hermathena 189 , 2010. 93 - 101. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Classical Greek computational stylistics, Classical GreekNotes
Tarrant, Harold. "The Mythical Voice in the Timaeus-Critias: Stylometric Indicators." Ancient Philosophy 31 , 2011. 95 - 120. Journal Article. computational stylistics, stylometric indicators, Timaeus-Critias, Plato PlatoNotes
Tarrant, Harold. "A Six-book version of Plato's Republic: Same Text Divided Differently, or Early Version?" 32nd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Classical Studies Auckland, NZ: ASCS 32 Selected Proceedings, 2011. Conference Paper. <http://www.ascs.org.au/news/ascs32/Tarrant.pdf> computational stylistics, Plato's Republic PlatoNotes
Tarrant, Harold. "The Origins and Shape of Plato’s Six-Book Republic." Antichthon 46 , 2012. 52 - 78. Journal Article. computational stylistics, Plato's Republic PlatoNotes
Tarrant, Harold and T. Roberts; Marguerite Johnson and Harold Tarrant. "Appendix 2: Report of the Working Vocabulary of the Doubtful Dialogues." Alcibiades and the Socratic Lover-Educator. London: Bristol Classical Press, 2012. 223 - 236. Book Section. computational stylistics, authorial attribution, Alcibiades, doubtful dialogues AlcibiadesNotes
Tarrant, Harold; A. Balansard and I. Koch. "Tetralogies IV and VII : Key to the Thrasyllan Reading-Order." Lire les dialogues, mais lesquels et en quel ordre: Définitions du corpus et interprétations de Platon. Sankt Augustin: Academia, 2013. 1 - 24. Book Section. computational stylistics, Tetralogies, Plato, Thrasyllan Reading Order PlatoNotes
Tarrant, Harold; C. Collobert. "Socrates’ Other Voices: “Euthyphro” in the Cratylus." Platon et l'art d'écrire Paris: PUF (Révue de Métaphysique et de Morale), 2013. 507 - 23. Book Section. ISBNISBN : 978-2-13-061835-5 computational stylistics, Plato, Socrates, Euthyphro, Cratylus PlatoNotes
Tarrant, Harold; D. el Murr. "L’importance du Théétète avant Thrasylle." La Mesure du savoir. Etudes sur le Théétète. Tradition de la pensée classique. Paris: J. Vrin, 2013. 243 - 66. Book Section. computational stylistics, Plato's dialogues, Theaetetus, Thrasyllus PlatoNotes
Tarrant, Harold; N. Notomi & L. Brisson. "Narrative and Dramatic Presentation in Republic III." Plato’s Republic: Selected Papers from the Ninth Symposium Platonicum Sankt Augustin: Academia, 2013. 309 - 313. Book Section. computational stylistics, Plato's Republic, narrative, dramatic presentation PlatoNotes
Tarrant, Harold; N. O’Sullivan. "The Theaetetus as a Narrative Dialogue?" ASCS 31 University of Western Australia: ASCS 31 Proceedings: classics.uwa.edu.au/ascs31, 2010. Conference Paper. computational stylistics,Theaetetus, Narrative Dialogue, Plato PlatoNotes
Wallace, Lesley, Alexis Antonia and Hugh Craig. "What's in a name: Was John Curtin 'Vigilant'? analysing style to determine authorship." History Australia 6 , 2009. Journal Article. <http://publications.epress.monash.edu/toc/ha/6/2> computational stylistics, authorial attribution, authorship, John Curtin, Vigilant John CurtinNotes
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