Fragments from a digital philologist.

Fusisoft  Welcome to Daniele Fusi's website. Here you can find miscellaneous material about digital humanities, free software downloads, interactive web applications, scientific publications, students information related to my University courses, and more.

The Chiron Project

ChironChiron is an expert system for the prosodical, syntactical and metrical analysis of poetry (or even prose) texts, whatever their language and poetic tradition, modular and extensible. A new (3rd) generation of this tool is under completion. Meantime, you can read about it in my papers: you can find some of them here, even if the most up to date one (for Langages) is still under print.

The Cadmus Project

CadmusCadmus is a new implementation of a generic, modular and extensible corpora editing tool I created for an epigraphical project some years ago. This new tool is web-based, technology-agnostic and built from the ground up to promote extension and reuse. You can find more about its first generation in the 2nd volume of my book.

Free downloadable software:

  • UniSpy: explore the Unicode standard, quickly find the desired characters, and much more.
  • Theuth: MS Word addin for converting and typing Greek text.
  • Khronos: a tiny utility for keeping an eye on time during a presentation.
  • XPathQuery: a small demo application for playing with XML and XPath.

Linguistic Toys

Some ludolinguistic apps of mine.

Antiquities Toys

Antiquities Some toys for Classical antiquities: eras converters, measurements converters, epigraphical abbreviations, Roman imperial titles, etc. These resources were originally created as editing aids for Cadmus.

About me.

In the section below my students can find information about courses, books and exams. This practical information is available in Italian for them. In the workshop section you can find some interactive examples of students works.



Informatica per le scienze umane

Calendario esami 2017

25/01/2017 08/02/2017 22/02/2017
14/06/2017 18/07/2017 27/07/2017
08/09/2017 27/09/2017

Sapienza, Lettere, piano I, stanza 4, di norma ore 10. Lo scritto si tiene poi in aula definita di volta in volta.