Hugh Craig
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Shakespeare, computers, and the mystery of authorship
H Craig, AF Kinney
Cambridge University Press, 2009
The politics of the Stuart court masque
M Butler, PE Hammer, TG Bishop, L Barroll, S Orgel, H Craig, NE Wright
Cambridge University Press, 1998
Authorial attribution and computational stylistics: If you can tell authors apart, have you learned anything about them?
H Craig
Literary and Linguistic Computing 14 (1), 103-113, 1999
Stylistic analysis and authorship studies
H Craig
A companion to digital humanities, 273-88, 2004
Shakespeare and other English Renaissance authors as characterized by Information Theory complexity quantifiers
OA Rosso, H Craig, P Moscato
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 388 (6), 916-926, 2009
Global trends in educational policy
AW Wiseman
Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2009
Ben Jonson: The Critical Heritage
DH Craig
Taylor & Francis US, 2010
Language chunking, data sparseness, and the value of a long marker list: explorations with word n-grams and authorial attribution
A Antonia, H Craig, J Elliott
Literary and Linguistic Computing 29 (2), 147-163, 2014
Lyrical drama and the “turbid mountebanks”: Styles of dialogue in romantic and renaissance tragedy
JF Burrows, DH Craig
Computers and the Humanities 28 (2), 63-86, 1994
Shakespeare's vocabulary: Myth and reality
H Craig
Shakespeare Quarterly 62 (1), 53-74, 2011
Jonson, the antimasque and the ‘rules of flattery’
H Craig
na, 1998
The three parts of Henry VI
H Craig
Cambridge University Press, 2009
Authorial styles and the frequencies of very common words: Jonson, Shakespeare, and the additions to The Spanish Tragedy
DH Craig
Style, 199-220, 1992
Style, Computers, and Early Modern Drama: Beyond Authorship
H Craig, B Greatley-Hirsch
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Old spellings, new methods: automated procedures for indeterminate linguistic data
H Craig, R Whipp
Literary and Linguistic Computing 25 (1), 37-52, 2010
A collaboration about a collaboration: the authorship of King Henry VI, part three
H Craig, J Burrows
Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities, 27-65, 2012
Language individuation and marker words: Shakespeare and his Maxwell's demon
J Marsden, D Budden, H Craig, P Moscato
PloS one 8 (6), e66813, 2013
The Joker in the Pack?: Marlowe, Kyd and the Co-authorship of Henry VI, Part 3
J Burrows, H Craig
The New Oxford Shakespeare Authorship Companion, 194-217, 2017
Propositional idea density in aphasic discourse
L Bryant, E Spencer, A Ferguson, H Craig, K Colyvas, L Worrall
Aphasiology 27 (8), 992-1009, 2013
Lucy Hutchinson and the authorship of two seventeenth-century poems: a computational approach
J Burrows, H Craig
The Seventeenth Century 16 (2), 259-282, 2001
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