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Théatre de P. Corneille : avec des commentaires, et autres morceaux intéressans
Plastic film over the book cover. Mild signs of shelfwear, the book is clean and readable throughout. About this Item: Condition: Used; Good. Volume I only. Jacket is lightly marked and nicked. Shelfmark on hardcover spine. Library stamps on page block head, FEP and title page; otherwise pages are clean. This is something I have been complaining about before, of course. Over the last couple of days I have been investigation one of many of those fronts, and have run into an interesting problem.
For testing and fine-tuning purposes, I used a text collection which is more or less homogeneous as to time of writing all texts are from the second half of the seventeenth century and to form all texts are plays written in verse. The texts vary with regard to two categories, authorship Thomas Corneille or Pierre Corneille and to sub-genre tragedy or comedy.
This text collection consists of 54 plays, with 29 plays by Pierre Corneille 9 comedies, 20 tragedies and 25 plays by Thomas Corneille 8 comedies, 17 tragedies. The question at hand was to know at which settings notably at which range of words from the word frequency list the classification would be dominated by the author category, and at which settings it would be dominated by the genre category. Keeping all other settings stable Classic Delta, Cluster Analysis , and using always only words from the word frequency list, I varied each run by the onset on the word frequency list, going all the way from an onset at the top of the list to an onset at the th word.
I did this for single words and word tri-grams as a first experiment.
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Each time, the script produced a wonderful dendrogram, and now I finally get to the real issue of this post: with all of these dendrograms on my hand, how can I assess whether the clustering each dendrogram presents is rather according to authorship or according to genre? To tell the truth, and some exceptions apart, the dendrograms are all kind of messy, but how messy exactly? Which category dominates the classification, even if only slightly?
Dendrogram visualizing a cluster analysis on a Thomas and Pierre Corneille corpus snippet. Above is a fragment from one such dendrogram which may be useful to illustrate the problem. The cluster analysis groups two plays whenever it can, or else adds single plays to a pair according to its distance; it then it groups the pairs according to the same principle, until it reaches the top node to the left. In other cases, the two plays in a pair match according to genre, but not according to author Le Feint astrologue and Le Menteur , at the top of the graph, are both comedies, but one by Thomas, one by Pierre Corneille.
What about the plays which are not in pairs, like La Suite du Menteur third from the top?
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Has it been grouped with plays which have the same characteristics? To which surrounding plays should it be compared when deciding this? What about the larger context? The Suite du Menteur is a play by Pierre Corneille, and there is another Pierre Corneille play close by, but the larger cluster is dominated by Thomas Corneille plays? I tried out two solutions: one was to indentify all low-level pairs that present a correct matching of both author and gender, of author only, of genre only, or no correct matching at all, treating single plays as pairing with their next neighbour, and leaving larger clusters aside.
I then counted these types of pairs for each dendrogram and drew up a chart comparing all dendrograms. Because this did not seem to do justice to the slightly more complex cases when isolated plays need to be matched with mixed pairs, I then devised a calculation scheme using the same kind of information but giving two numeric values between 0 and 1 to each play, for gender and author matching, according to the degree of matching found inside the pair or with the closest pair.
This is slightly more subtle, and somewhat simplifies the graph, but still does not account for the larger context of each pairing. Results from cluster analysis-based dendrograms: types of low-level pairing as a function of wordlist onset. Anyway, the graph above, which is based on the initial method, does show a few interesting tendencies tendencies which, however, would need to be confirmed using a better way of assessing the graph : First of all, there is very little genre-based pairing in the dendrograms with a wordlist onset of 0 to , with the exception of I wish I knew what is going on there.