Bridging the discipline gap : towards improving heritage and computer graphics research collaboration. / Happa, Jassim; Bennett, Taylor; Gogioso, Stefano; Voiculescu, Irina; Howell, David; Crawford, Sally; Ulmschneider, Katharina; Ramsey, Christopher.

2021. Paper presented at EUROGRAPHICS WORKSHOP ON GRAPHICS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE.

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Bridging the discipline gap : towards improving heritage and computer graphics research collaboration. / Happa, Jassim; Bennett, Taylor; Gogioso, Stefano; Voiculescu, Irina; Howell, David; Crawford, Sally; Ulmschneider, Katharina; Ramsey, Christopher.

2021. Paper presented at EUROGRAPHICS WORKSHOP ON GRAPHICS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE.

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Happa, J, Bennett, T, Gogioso, S, Voiculescu, I, Howell, D, Crawford, S, Ulmschneider, K & Ramsey, C 2021, 'Bridging the discipline gap: towards improving heritage and computer graphics research collaboration', Paper presented at EUROGRAPHICS WORKSHOP ON GRAPHICS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE, 4/11/21 - 6/11/21. https://doi.org/10.2312/gch.20211416

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Happa, J., Bennett, T., Gogioso, S., Voiculescu, I., Howell, D., Crawford, S., Ulmschneider, K., & Ramsey, C. (2021). Bridging the discipline gap: towards improving heritage and computer graphics research collaboration. Paper presented at EUROGRAPHICS WORKSHOP ON GRAPHICS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE. https://doi.org/10.2312/gch.20211416

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Happa J, Bennett T, Gogioso S, Voiculescu I, Howell D, Crawford S et al. Bridging the discipline gap: towards improving heritage and computer graphics research collaboration. 2021. Paper presented at EUROGRAPHICS WORKSHOP ON GRAPHICS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE. https://doi.org/10.2312/gch.20211416

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Happa, Jassim ; Bennett, Taylor ; Gogioso, Stefano ; Voiculescu, Irina ; Howell, David ; Crawford, Sally ; Ulmschneider, Katharina ; Ramsey, Christopher. / Bridging the discipline gap : towards improving heritage and computer graphics research collaboration. Paper presented at EUROGRAPHICS WORKSHOP ON GRAPHICS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE.

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