DHCS - FALL 2019
The Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science (DHCS)
Dr. Patrick Juola, Professor of Computer Science, and undergraduates David Berdik and Clarisse Ilibagiza Umulisa shared their research among scholars, librarians, students and scientists this weekend at DHCS 2019 (The Chicago Colloquium for Digital Humanities and Computer Science). Dr. Juola presented “Similar Topics, Dissimilar Writers? A Translation-Based Study," Clarisse gave her research presentation, “Author Profiling, The Writing Style of Rwandans” and David presented his research poster "Using Authorship Attribution to Detect Consistencies in Obfuscation Attempts." Both Clarisse and David's research is advised by Dr. Patrick Juola. Congratulations on a job well done!
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