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Ivanhoe is both a game and a project that is documenting a discussion around play and literary criticism. This collection of papers presents our current thinking on the Ivanhoe project. Produced after three years of research conversations among the members of the Speculative Computing Lab...
John B. Smith Archive - Periods and Themes Bundle 2 (1970-1984)
A bundle of the works of John B. Smith corresponding to the period of 1970-1984, provided by John B. Smith from his personal collection. In this period, Smith had a joint appointment at Penn State University in the English department and Computation Center. His instructional duties were a blend...
John B. Smith Archive - Complete
The complete bundle of the works of John B. Smith, covering the period of 1966 through 2011 as represented by Dr. Smith on his archive website at http://www.cs.unc.edu/Research/jbsArchive/ All files have been provided by Dr. Smith from his personal collection. Over the course of his academic...
The use of computational analysis to visualize and aid in the interpretation of literature and book history is a way of supplementing traditional literary criticism. The application of statistical algorithms on a large scale allows a researcher to derive textual patterns and relationships that...
Canada’s federal privacy legislation does not include a definition or explanation of the word ‘privacy’, yet an understanding of the meaning of ‘privacy’ is essential to understanding how much or how little privacy to expect in terms of the protections afforded within the law. The purpose of this...