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Dating medieval English charters
Abstract: Deeds, or charters, dealing with property rights, provide a
continuous documentation which can be used by historians to study the
evolution of social, economic and political changes. This study is
concerned with charters (written in Latin) dating from the tenth through
early fourteenth centuries in England. Of these, at least one million were
left undated, largely due to administrative changes introduced by William
the Conqueror in 1066. Correctly dating such charters is of vital
importance in the study of English medieval history. This paper is
concerned with computer-automated statistical methods for dating such
document collections, with the goal of reducing the considerable efforts
required to date them manually and of improving the accuracy of assigned
dates.


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