Elaine Renee Keown - Independent Researcher in Computational Semitics, Philadelphia
Elaine studied Romance languages and linguistics at the University of Illinois. Afterwards she discovered that she was far more interested in Semitic languages and in computers. During the last 10 years Elaine studied Hebrew and then Aramaic at Harvard Divinity and at Westminster Seminary, lived in the Middle East twice, and then came to Philadelphia to do research on computerizing Hebrew better. She is interested in working with better databases for Semitic languages. Now she is looking at collation and electronic manuscript representation issues.
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