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.



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 


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 


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, 16: 45-69, 2013. www 


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


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