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Author Reenen, Pieter Th. van.
Title Studies in stemmatology / edited by Pieter van Reenen ; Margot van Mulken ; with the assistance of Janet Dyk.
Imprint Amsterdam/Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 1996.

Author Reenen, Pieter Th. van.
Subject Manuscripts.
Manuscripts, Medieval.
Transmission of texts.
Alt Name Mulken, Margot van.
Dyk, J. W.
Description 1 online resource (311 pages)
Contents STUDIES IN STEMMATOLOGY; Title page; Copyright page; Table of contents; Prologue; State of the Art; Computational Analysis; LachmannRevisited?; Graphs and Trees; Auxiliary Disciplines to a Preliminary Discipline?; Methods put into Practice; Conclusion; PART I. Methodological Approaches; Ciadistics or the Resurrection of the Method of Lachmann; 0. Introduction and Summary; 1. Theoretical Text-Genealogical Insights; 1.1. The four basic text-genealogical rules; 1.1.1. The determination of genealogical variants: the first rule; 1.1.2. The presentation of the used variants: the second rule.
1.1.3. The width of the place of variation: the third rule1.1.4. The use of type-2 variations: the fourth rule; 1.1.5. The implications of the four genealogical rules shown by an example; 1.2. Can genealogical variants be recognised with the aid of the computer?; 1.2.1. The second ad hoc rule on text-genealogical significant word types: words in rhyming position, verbs and substantives; 1.2.2. Eleven characteristics of genealogical variants; 2. The 'Lanseloet' Genealogical Software applied to the Yvain Texts; 2.1. Description of the 'Lanseloet' genealogical software to find type-2 variations.
2.2. The application of the 'Lanseloet' software to the Yvain texts2.3. The impossibility of building the Yvain chain from type-2 formulas; 3. Application of PAUP to the Yvain Text Versions; 3.1. Systematics and text genealogy; 3.3. Cladistics and the principle of parsimony; 3.4. PAUP-3; 3.5. Running PAUP-3 with the selected genealogical variants; 3.6. Comparing the PAUP trees with the Yvain stemma of Micha; 3.7. Short evaluation of using PAUP and cladistics for text-genealogical matters; 4. Final Remarks and Perspectives; References.
APPENDIX A: ATranslation of Part of Salemans (1989) on ParallelismsAPPENDIX B: Criticism of Dees et al 1988-89 (an Addendum to ʹ1.1.5); APPENDIX C: Variation Formulas and Original Verses (see fig. 4); APPENDIX D: A Translation of Parts of Salemans (1987) on Ciadistics; 1. Introduction; 3. Biological genealogical research: classification, taxonomy, phylogenetics and cladistics; 3.1. Building blocks of relationship structures: characters and character states; 3.2. An intermediate balance: the significance for cladistic textual criticism.
3.3. The Wagner network algorithm: the structure of a cladogram3.3.1. Building Wagner networks with distances between character states; 3.3.2. Example of working with the Wagner network algorithm; 3.3.3. Rooting ('orienting') the Wagner network ('chain') into a c ladogram ('stemma; 3.3.4. The length of a Wagner network: criterion for reliability and guard againstcontamination and parallelism; Computer-Assisted Stemmatic Analysis and 'Best-Text' Historical Editing; 1. New tools of computer-assisted stemmatics: transcription, collation, analysis; 2. The use of these methods: their success.
Note 3. The limits of computer methods: contamination and cladistic analyses.
Summary This volume contains ten papers selected from among those presented at the annual Free University Stemmatological Colloquia 1990-93. Current issues in (automated) stemmatology, paleography and codicology are addressed from contemporary theoretical perspectives. All papers focus on new directions in textuology and manuscript affiliation, and especially on the use of computer science in this field. The theoretical implications of computer-assisted stemma construction are explored. In combination with achievements in codicology and paleography, these investigations allow for dealing with the major.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789027273970 (electronic bk.)
9027273979 (electronic bk.)
9027221537 (alk. paper)
1556195079 (alk. paper)
9789027221537
9781556195075 (US ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 777375692
Additional Format Print version: Reenen, Pieter van. Studies in Stemmatology. Amsterdam/Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, ©1996 9789027221537


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