Digital Tools in Media Studies. Analysis and Research. An Overview
Digital tools are increasingly used in media studies, opening up new perspectives for research and analysis, while creating new problems at the same time. In this volume, international media scholars and computer scientists present their projects, varying from powerful film-historical databases to automatic video analysis software, discussing their application of digital tools and reporting on their results. This book is the first publication of its kind and a helpful guide to both media scholars and computer scientists who intend to use digital tools in their research, providing information on applications, standards, and problems.
Table Of Contents
- Michael Ross et al.: Introduction
- Louis Pelletier, Pierre Véronneau: Databases for Early Cinema Research
- Harry van Vliet et al.: Culture in Context. Contextualization of Cultural Events
- John Sedgwick: Measuring Film Popularity. Principles and Applications
- Jaap Boter, Clara Pafort-Overduin: Compartmentalisation and its Influence on Film Distribution and Exhibition in The Netherlands, 1934-1936
- Deb Verhoeven et al.: Mapping the Movies. Reflections on the Use of Geospatial Technologies for Historical Cinema Audience Research
- Michael Ross et al.: Putting Itinerant Cinemas on the Map
- Yuri Tsivian: Cinemetrics, Part of the Humanities’ Cyberinfrastructure
- Ralph Ewerth et al.: Videana: A Software Toolkit for Scientific Film Studies
- Vera Kropf et al.: First Steps Towards Digital Formalism: The Vienna Vertov Collection
- Warren Buckland: Ghost Director. Did Hooper or Spielberg Direct POLTERGEIST?
- Christoph Brachmann: Automatic Movie Trailer Generation Based on Semantic Video Patterns. A New Concept to Index, Manage and Present Films, Their Content and Context
- Leonardo Boccia, Peter Ludes: Key Measures and Key Visuals in Brazilian and German TV Annual Reviews
- Margret Schild: Text-Based Film Retrieval 2006. A New Concept to Index, Manage and Present Films, Their Content and Context
- Rolf Kloepfer: How to Capture Offers of Filmic Effectiveness. AKIRA III as an Aid
Ross, Michael; Grauer, Manfred; Freisleben, Bernd (Hg.): Digital Tools in Media Studies. Analysis and Research. An Overview. Bielefeld: transcript 2009. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/1556.
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