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==Available==
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*http:
* http://caddy.igg.tu-berlin.de/indus/welcome.htm (site down as of 2021-06)


==Author==
==Authors==


*Andreas Fuls
* Bryan K. Wells
* Andreas Fuls


==Description==
==Description==
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==Reference==
==Reference==


*Andreas Fuls (2021),"Mathematical epigraphy and the Interactive Corpus of Indus Texts (ICIT) "Digital Classicist Seminar. Available:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FK5LM07sI74
*Andreas Fuls (2021), “Mathematical epigraphy and the Interactive Corpus of Indus Texts (ICIT).” Digital Classicist Seminar. Available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FK5LM07sI74


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Latest revision as of 12:01, 16 June 2021

Available

Authors

  • Bryan K. Wells
  • Andreas Fuls

Description

  • The Interactive Corpus of Indus Texts (ICIT) is an online tool for Indus script research. The basis of successful decipherment is an up-to-date corpus of Indus inscriptions and a comprehensive sign list. At present it contains 4537 inscribed objects with 5509 texts and 19616 sign occurrences. Analytical methods have been developed to analyse Indus inscriptions such as Normalized Weighed Sign Position Histograms, Multivariate Segmentation Trees, and a classification method to determine the type of the Indus language.

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