Bibliografía

Eder, M. (2010). “Does Size Matter? Authorship Attribution, Small Samples, Big Problem”. Proceedings of Digital Humanities, 132–135. Disponible en web: https://goo.gl/2z6fEJ.

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Eder, M., Rybicki, J. (2013). “Do birds of a feather really flock together, or how to choose training samples for authorship attribution”. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 28(2), 229–236. Disponible en web: https://goo.gl/Wy6t31.

Eder, M., Rybicki, J. and Kestemont, M. (2016). “Stylometry with R: a package for computational text analysis”. R Journal 8(1), 107-121. Disponible en web: https://goo.gl/yGWPJe.

Fradejas, J.M. (2016). “El análisis estilométrico aplicado a la literatura española: las novelas policíacas e históricas”. Caracteres, 5, 2, 196-264. Disponible en web: https://goo.gl/Ro13rJ.

Ilsemann, H. (2017). “The two Oldcastles of London”. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 32(4), 788–796. Disponible en web: https://goo.gl/oGidqn.

Rybicki, J.,  Eder, M. (2011). “Deeper Delta across genres and languages: Do we really need the most frequent words?” Literary and Linguistic Computing, 26(3), 315–321. Disponible en web: https://goo.gl/UgEwFp.

Schöberlein, S. (2017). “Poe or not Poe? A stylometric analysis of Edgar Allan Poe’s disputed writings”. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 32(3), 643–659. Disponible en web: https://goo.gl/2e1dz6.