• Allen, Jonathan Parkes, Matthew Thomas Miller, John Mullan, and David Smith. “Digitizing the Islamicate Written Traditions: History, State of the Field, and Best Practices for Open-source Arabic-script OCR.” White paper for the Open Islamicate Texts Initiative Arabic-script OCR Catalyst project, Phase I (2022).

  • Miller, Matthew Thomas, Maxim G. Romanov, and Sarah Bowen Savant. “Digitizing the Textual Heritage of the Premodern Islamicate World: Principles and Plans.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 50, no. 1 (2018): 103–9. doi:10.1017/S0020743817000964

  • Miller, Matthew Thomas, and Sarah Bowen Savant. “‘Tell Me Something I Don't Know!’: The Place and Politics of Digital Methods in the (Islamicate) Humanities.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 50, no. 1 (2018): 135–39. doi:10.1017/S0020743817001027

  • Kiessling, Benjamin, Gennady Kurin, Matthew Thomas Miller, and Kader Smail. “Advances and Limitations in Open Source Arabic-Script OCR: A Case Study.” Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 11:1 (2021). doi:10.16995/dscn.8094

  • Kiessling, Benjamin, Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra, and Matthew Thomas Miller. "BADAM: A Public Dataset for Baseline Detection in Arabic-script Manuscripts." HIP '19: Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Historical Document Imaging and Processing (2019): 13–18. doi:10.1145/3352631.3352648

  • Romanov, Maxim, Masoumeh Seydi, Sarah Savant, and Matthew Thomas Miller. "Open Islamicate Texts Initiative: a Machine-Readable Corpus of Texts Produced the Premodern Islamicate World." Presentation at DH2019, Utrecht University, July 9-12, 2019.
    • Received the DH2019 prize for the most "innovative and interdisciplinary research"

  • Almas, Bridget, Emad Khazraee, Matthew Thomas Miller, and Joshua Westgard. "Manuscript Study in Digital Spaces: The State of the Field and New Ways Forward." Digital Humanities Quarterly 12:2 (2018).

  • Kiessling, Benjamin, Matthew Thomas Miller, Maxim G. Romanov, and Sarah Bowen Savant. “Important New Developments in Arabographic Optical Character Recognition (OCR).” Al-ʿUṣūr al-Wusṭā: The Journal of Middle East Medievalists 25 (2017): 1-13. doi:10.17613/M6TZ4R

  • Toselli, Alejandro Héctor, Si Wu, and David Smith. “Digital Editions as Distant Supervision for Layout Analysis of Printed Books.” In Document Analysis and Recognition – ICDAR 2021: 16th International Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, September 5–10, 2021, Proceedings, Part II, ed. Josep Lladós, Daniel Lopresti, and Seiichi Uchida (Berlin: Springer Nature, 2021), 462-476.