Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks

The Social Network of Dante’s Inferno

by Amedeo Cappelli, Dino Pedreschi, Fosca Giannotti, Michele Coscia, Salvo Rinzivillo

Abstract

This work aims to approach the phenomenon of culture through the development of new methods and more powerful tools to capture the content of digitally stored literary material. The authors chose as a test bed Dante’s characters of al di là, a domain consisting of a set of data and relations complex enough to sharpen existing tools. The methods of investigation under development should help scholars of a literary text to concretize part of their interpretative intentions. For this purpose, the authors adopt advanced methodologies suitable to obtain a rich representation, expressing the multi-relational network inherent in the text.

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