Association Network of World War One Primary Sources

Natural language processing methodologies such as sentiment analysis and topic modelling with a particular focus on association networks applied on World War One documents to discover if any relationships exist between them.

Christina Tait

The University of Adelaide

Christina Tait is a student at the University of Adelaide studying a Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences with a Bachelor of Teaching. Christina is specialising in mathematics, with a major in statistics, and history. From a family with many engineers, an interest in mathematics has always been present. However, a love for history developed when travelling throughout Europe. Christina is also passionate about improving the primary and secondary school system within Australia.

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