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    • Bootstrapping an XML Schema of syntactic functions into a skeleton ontology 

      Kroeze, J H (North-West University (Vaal Triangle Campus), 2009)
      Information Systems is regarded as an interdisciplinary science. Therefore, insights from the humanities are important for this discipline, although this is not always recognised or valued. One outstanding example is the ...
    • Constructing an XML database of linguistics data 

      Kroeze, J H; Bothma, T J D; Matthee, M C (2010)
      A language-oriented, multi-dimensional database of the linguistic characteristics of the Hebrew text of the Old Testament can enable researchers to do ad hoc queries. XML is a suitable technology to transform free text ...
    • Interactive network graphs of Biblical Hebrew data. 

      Kroeze, J H; Bothma, Theo J D; Matthee, Machdel C; Kruger, Ockert C; Kroeze, Jan C W (Department of Ancient Studies. University of Stellenbosch, 2009)
      Knowledge workers, including Biblical Hebrew computational linguists, should look into the possibilities offered by graphical visualisation techniques to allow explorative investigation of available linguistic data, since ...
    • Practitioner-based research in information systems 

      Averweg, U G; Kroeze, J H (2012)
      A practitioner is a professionally employed person in a selected discipline such as information and communication technologies (ICT). ICT practitioners often operate in the domain of Information Systems (IS), the social ...