Tuesday, 18 February 2020, 7:10 AM
Site: Postgraduate online research training
Course: Databases for Historians (Databases for Historians)
Glossary: Database Design and Concepts for Historians
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Arista

J. M. Arista, ‘Building a Lexical Database of Old English: Issues and Landmarks’ in J. P. Considine (ed.), Current projects in historical lexicography (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2010), 1-39.

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Baskerville

S. Baskerville, ed., History and Computing Special Issue: Record Linkage II, 6:3 (1994)

Baskerville; Morris

S. Baskerville, P. Hudson & R. J. Morris, eds., History and Computing Special Issue: Record Linkage, 4:2 (1992).

Boonstra; Collenteur; van Elderen

O. Boonstra, G. Collenteur & B. van Elderen, eds, Structures and Contingencies in Computerized Historical Research. Proceedings of the IX International Conference of the Association for History and Computing, Nijmegen, 1994 (Hilversum, 1995).

Borodkin; Doorn

L. Borodkin & P. Doorn, eds, Data Modelling, Modelling History. Proceedings of the XI International Conference of the Association for History and Computing (Moscow, 2000).

Bowyers

D. Bowyers, From Data to Database (London, 2nd edn. 1993).

Bradley

J. Bradley, Relational Database Design and the Reconstruction of the British Medical Profession:Constraints and Strategies, History and Computing, 6:2 (1994), 71-84.

Bradley

J. Bradley, ‘Relational database design and the reconstruction of the British medical profession: constraints and strategies’, History and Computing, 6 (1994), 71-84.

Bradley

M. Bradley, ‘The Reading Experience Database’, Journal of Victorian Culture, 15:1 (2010), 151-53.

Brent Jr

E. E. Brent Jr., ‘Relational Data Base Structures and Concept Formation in the Social Sciences’,Computers and the Social Sciences, 2 (1985), 29-50.