Serge Rosmorduc

Maître de conférences
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Office: 33.1.15B

I work on digital humanities, especially text, with an interest in ancient languages in general and ancient Egyptian in particular. The computer science topics I address in this context are quite diverse: document representation, expertise modelling, deep learning... I am also the author of the most popular word processor currently used in Egyptology, JSesh.

Publications

2022

Chapitres d'ouvrage

  1. Serge, R. L'organisation spatiale des textes hieroglyphiques. In Guide des écritures de l''Egypte ancienne, pages 130-137, 2022. www 
  1. Rosmorduc, S. Digital writing of hieroglyphic texts. In Handbook of Digital Egyptology: Texts, pages 37-53, Editorial Universidad de Alcal'a, 2022. www 

2020

Articles de revue

  1. Rosmorduc, S. Automated~Transliteration~of Late Egyptian Using Neural Networks. In Lingua Aegyptia - Journal of Egyptian Language Studies, 28: 233-257, 2020. doi  www 

2015

Articles de conférence

  1. Coulon, L.; Elwert, F.; Morlock, E.; Polis, S.; Razanajao, V.; Rosmorduc, S.; Schweitzer, S. and Werning, D. A. Towards a TEI compliant interchange format for Ancient Egyptian-Coptic textual resources. In Connect, animate, innovate. TEI Conference and Members Meeting 2015, Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique (Communauté franc caise de Belgique) - F.R.S.-FNRS, Lyon, France, 2015. www 

2013

Articles de revue

  1. Polis, S. and Rosmorduc, S. Réviser le codage de l?égyptien ancien : Vers un répertoire partagé des signes hiéroglyphiques. In Document numérique - Revue des sciences et technologies de l'information. Série Document numérique, 16: 45-69, 2013. www 

Divers

  1. Chaufray, M-P.; Wackenier, S.; Uggetti, L.; Medini, L. and Serge, R. Research in Progress: EFJD's Project. , Poster. www 

2011

Articles de conférence

  1. Barthélemy, F. c. and Serge, R. Intersection of Multitape Transducers vs. Cascade of Binary Transducers: The Example of Egyptian Hieroglyphs Transliteration. In FSMNLP - International Workshop on Finite State Methods and Natural Language Processing, pages 74-82, Association for Computational Linguistics, Blois, France, 2011. www 
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