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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  • Jassim Happa
  • Taylor Bennett
  • Stefano Gogioso
  • Irina Voiculescu
  • David Howell
  • Sally Crawford
  • Katharina Ulmschneider
  • Christopher Ramsey

Abstract

In this project we are investigating the requirements to ease interdisciplinary collaboration between computer graphics researchers and heritage-related researchers who work with shared graphics-related datasets. We postulate that most challenges can be overcome by ensuring that datasets (irrespective of discipline) are captured, processed and disseminated in ways that accommodate the needs of as many disciplines as possible -- making the datasets more useful and more usable. This is not to say that a union of all discipline methodologies is required, but instead: we deem it necessary to identify what changes are feasible in existing (discipline-centric) practices to maximise the benefits, while limiting resource costs. The purpose of this paper is to begin this conversation, present our project, preliminary results and where the project will go next. We also propose the outline of an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewing framework that can be used across disciplines.
Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 6 Nov 2021
EventEUROGRAPHICS WORKSHOP ON GRAPHICS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE -
Duration: 4 Nov 20216 Nov 2021
https://gch2021.bournemouth.ac.uk/

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WorkshopEUROGRAPHICS WORKSHOP ON GRAPHICS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE
Period4/11/216/11/21
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