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Dante's Monarchia , a fourteenth century treatise on political theory which survives in 20 manuscripts and the editio princeps , has been studied extensively by scholars using traditional analytical methods to establish textual transmission. It was selected as a suitable tradition for a blind...
Mormon prophet Joseph Smith (1805–44) claimed that more than two-dozen ancient individuals (Nephi, Mormon, Alma, etc.) living from around 2200 BC to 421 AD authored the Book of Mormon (1830), and that he translated their inscriptions into English. Later researchers who analyzed selections from...
We present an algorithm as evidence of the possibility of a truly automated stylometric authorship attribution tool, based on committees of artificial neural networks. Neural networks have an advantage over traditional statistical stylometry in that they are inherently nonlinear, and therefore...
The new drama analysis program IDAP provided charts containing frequency distributions of speech lengths in Shakespeare's plays. Following previous investigations that showed maximum values at the length of four words for plays produced after the opening of the Globe in 1599, and nine words for...
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