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The Master and Servant Project at York University (Toronto) analyses employment laws torn a hundred Britishjurisdictionsoverfourcenturies, examiningthe lexical relationships among many hundreds of statutes, and seeking explanations for the clustering of particular legal provisions in particular...
This paper examines the potential ofthe World Wide Web (WWW) for teaching and research in history, although the current lack of material of particular interest to historians is noted. The paper describes how the WWW can be utilised, but particularly emphasises the need for practising historians...
A system for automatic family reconstruction from data from various historical sources is described. A normalized person-oriented data model andnormalized data serve as a basis for linkage, while iterative improvement of the linkage structure is made on the basis of constructed reports on...
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