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About This Publication

Chapter Author Mark Mudge, President of Cultural Heritage Imaging
Book Authors Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Hugh Denard and Drew Baker, King's College London, UK
Publisher's Data Sheet (PDF) Paradata and Transparency in Visual Heritage
Publication Date February 2012


In a chapter of this forthcoming book, CHI President Mark Mudge addresses cultural heritage professionals who are engaged in Internet-based scientific inquiry. He describes the challenges of providing intellectual transparency and accountability in visualization-based historical research, citing the standards, trends, and concepts that are of interest to these professionals.

In the book as a whole, to be published in February 2012, the authors address a range of cognitive and technological challenges, making a strong case for a wider recognition of three-dimensional visualization as a constructive, intellectual process and valid methodology for historical research and its communication.