ЖЮЛЬ БАРБЕ Д’ОРЕВИЛЬИ И КОРПУС ГАЗЕТНЫХ СТАТЕЙ: ПРОБЛЕМЫ АТРИБУЦИИ (ЧАСТЬ II)

Translated title of the contribution: JULES BARBEY D'AUREVILLY AND NEWSPAPER CORPUS: PROBLEMS OF ATTRIBUTION (PART II)

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Abstract

At the second stage of the study, attribution of 88 texts was carried out, the authorship of which could belong both to Jules Barbey d’Aurevilly and other well-known French journalists and pamphletists: Jules Vallès, Alphonse Duchesne, Charles Monselet, Théophile Gautier and Aurélien Scholl. Given the large number of attributable texts, authorship was determined using the “Stylo” stylometric analysis package written in the programming language “R”. As a result of the study, the hypothesis about the ownership of all the texts of J. Barbey d’Aurevilly was refuted and the alternative hypothesis about the belonging of some of the texts to J. Barbe d'Oreville (18 texts), as well as to other a priori authors (4 texts - Ch. Monselet and 1 text - Th. Gautier), was confirmed. This means that in the a priori vocabulary of authors there is one or several authors whose a priori classes would be substantially closer to these texts by the value of the chosen metric.
Translated title of the contributionJULES BARBEY D'AUREVILLY AND NEWSPAPER CORPUS: PROBLEMS OF ATTRIBUTION (PART II)
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)42-63
Number of pages22
JournalДРЕВНЯЯ И НОВАЯ РОМАНИЯ
Issue number24
StatePublished - 2019

Keywords

  • Attribution
  • ANONYMOUS TEXTS
  • PSEUDONYMOUS TEXTS
  • JULES BARBEY D'AUREVILLY
  • STYLO PACKAGE
  • PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE R

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