ACM Journal on

Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH)

Latest Articles

Developing 3D Imaging Programmes--Workflow and Quality Control

This article reports on a successful project for 3D imaging research, digital applications, and use of new technologies in the museum. The article... (more)

Low-Cost Real-Time 3D Reconstruction of Large-Scale Excavation Sites

The 3D reconstruction of archeological sites is still an expensive and time-consuming task. In this article, we present a novel interactive, low-cost... (more)

Sentence Shortening via Morpho-Syntactic Annotated Data in Historical Language Learning

We present an approach to shorten Ancient Greek sentences by using morpho-syntactic information attached to each word in a sentence. This work... (more)

Alternative Representations of 3D-Reconstructed Heritage Data

By collecting images of heritage assets from members of the public and processing them to create... (more)

Safeguarding and Accessing Drama as Intangible Cultural Heritage

Storytelling, especially in the form called drama, is pervasive across cultures and ages. Though much attention has been devoted to the preservation... (more)

Handheld Visual Representation of a Castle Chapel Ruin

We have experienced rapid development in Augmented Reality (AR) systems and platforms in the world of cultural heritage, namely in cultural settings... (more)


JOCCH indexed on SCOPUS

The figures available on April 2016  are:
- SCImago Journal Rank: 0.437
- Impact per Publication: 0.900
- Source Normalized Impact per Paper: 1.676

For more information on these figures see here.

Call open for the special issue on "Digital Infrastructure for Cultural Heritage" (deadline on the 30th of April 2016). See more information.


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Impact Factor Update

The journal Impact Factor (IF) is produced by ISI. A pre-condition to the application process is a record of timely publication of journal issues over a two-year period. I am pleased to announce that JOCCH followed a regular publishing schedule from 2012 through 2013 and so the procedure for requesting the ISI IF certification started early 2014. The evaluation period will take approximately two years.
In the meantime, please note that ACM JOCCH is cited and measured in SCImago and in the Elsevier's Journal Metrics system, based on Scopus data.

Forthcoming Articles

Pattern matching and the analysis of damaged ancient objects: the case of the column drum

We describe a common problem in the curating and analysis of archaeological materials: restoring the orientation and dimensions of damaged objects. Our focus is a common architectural type in Mediterranean sites, the Doric column drum, which we investigate at one of the earliest and best-preserved Doric temples in the Greek world, the Hera temple at Olympia. The 3D modeling and analysis of this building by the Digital Architecture Project since 2013 has revealed new insights into the construction history of its stone colonnades. This paper concerns the analysis of the 3D models of the in situ material, using the almost 100 fallen drums and capitals to digitally reconstruct the colonnades. In order to accomplish this, we propose two novel methods for training the machine to estimate the dimensions of a fragmentary column drum. One approach is a modification of ICP, where the fragment is compared to an intact, ideal model of a drum, which is resized iteratively until concluding with a satisfactory fit. Another approach recasts the scan data into polar coordinates and uses RANSAC to identify the exterior profiles of the piece and remove points likely to belong to damaged areas. The filtered points are then examined by the algorithm to estimate the radii and taper of the fluting. Besides saving a great deal of time in the field, we demonstrate that the accuracy of these methods exceeds that which can be attained manually, with estimates correct to within 0.2% of the total radius for well-preserved material, and 1% for even the most fragmentary drums at Olympia. These data have allowed the digital reconstruction of 80% of the displaced drums and all of the capitals from Olympia. Our algorithms can be used to measure any fluted column drums, and we discuss the potential value of our approach for other categories of archaeological artifacts.

Families and mobile devices in museums: designing for integrated experiences

This paper presents a study of eight families engaging with a bespoke tablet experience produced specifically for a space science centre. It documents the various ways in which family members orientate themselves to the usage of technology in this environment, with a particular focus on the work done to manage the tablet and facilitate the engagement of younger children with the narrative of the experience. These findings are considered in the broader context of the need to design experiences that cater for engagement by families as a whole. We conclude by motivating the need for technologies that support the coordination of digital experiences across multiple devices, and which provide functionality to support facilitation work.

The MIT Museum Glassware Prototype: Visitor Experience Exploration for Designing Smart Glasses

Since the growth of enthusiasm for the adoption of wearable technology in everyday life, the museum world has also become interested in understanding whether and how to employ smart glasses to engage visitors with new interpretative experiences. The growing interest in wearable technology encourages experimentations with smart glasses, as this trend is going to influence digital media interpretation for museums in the near future. Wearable devices such as Google Glass are worthy of being an object of research within museums in order to better understand their potential and limits. The aim of this article is to explore the use of smart glass in the museum context in order to identify underlying design elements to consider when designing for smart glass as part of the everyday museum experience. To explore the use of smart glasses in the museum, a Glassware functional prototype was designed and tested through a field experiment that took place at the Robotics Gallery at the MIT Museum. During the experiment I observed and then interviewed participants. Finally, I analysed the data following a qualitative research approach. The findings of the study have to be seen as an initial contribution to the design of latest generation of smart glass apps, providing reflections for further studies and projects.

Corpus COFLA: A research corpus for the computational study of flamenco music

Flamenco is a music tradition from Southern Spain which attracts a growing community of enthusiasts around the world. Its unique melodic and rhythmic elements, the typically spontaneous and improvised interpretation and its diversity regarding styles make this still largely undocumented art form a particularly interesting material for musicological studies. In prior works it has already been demonstrated that research on computational analysis of amenco music, despite it being a relatively new eld, can provide powerful tools for the discovery and di usion of this genre. In this paper we present corpusCOFLA, a data framework for the development of such computational tools. The proposed collection of audio recordings and meta-data serves as a pool for creating annotated subsets which can be used in development and evaluation of algorithms for speci c music information retrieval tasks. First, we describe the design criteria for the corpus creation and then provide various examples of subsets drawn from the corpus. We showcase possible research applications in the context of computational study of amenco music and give perspectives regarding further development of the corpus.

Displacement Mapping as a metric tool for optimizing mesh models originated by 3D digitization

In the past 20 years several methods have been proposed for re-coding 3D models with a low spatial frequency 3D representation plus a high frequency 2D map for recovering the details. This approach has been explored with different kind of mapping (bump, normal, relief, parallax, displacement), demonstrating to be effective for dramatically reducing the model size still maintaining a good visual appearance. For this reason it is widely applied in all those situation where the rendering time constraints are critical (e.g. real-time rendering of complex models for gaming). However, the significant difference between the original detailed 3D model and the re-coded version prevented till now to consider the latter as a metrically satisfying substitute of the former one. The purpose of this paper is to propose a re-coding method based on displaced subdivision surfaces, that allows to adapt the re-coded 3D representation to the metrological limitations of the 3D capturing technique used for generating the original mesh, in order to maintain the geometric incoherency between the re-coded and the acquired mesh, below a threshold determined by the natural capturing technology uncertainty. The resulting re-coded model can be therefore considered as close to the physical object/scenario, as the original acquired mesh, with a great advantage in terms of 3D representation size, UV parametrization, topological coherence and scalability. The method has been tested on three cultural heritage objects with different complexity: a damaged wooden painting by Leonardo da Vinci (nearly 2.5D shape), a Roman stone head sculpture (full 3D shape with simple topology), a full body bronze sculpture by Donatello (full 3D shape with complex topology), demonstrating the coherency between the re-coded models and the originals, with a minimal 1:20 model size compression.

Evaluating Shape Representations for Maya Glyph Classification

Shape representations are critical for visual analysis of cultural heritage materials. This paper studies two type of shape representations in a bag-of-words based pipeline to recognize Maya glyphs. The first type of representation is a knowledge-driven, orientation histogram descriptor (termed HOOSC), and the second one is a data-driven representation obtained by applying an unsupervised sparse autoencoder (SA). In addition to the glyph data, the generalization ability of the descriptors is investigated on a larger-scale sketch data. The contributions of this paper are three-fold. 1) evaluation of the suitability of a data-driven auto-encoder approach for shape representation; 2) a comparative study of hand-designed HOOSC and data-driven SA; and 3) an experimental protocol to assess the effect of the different parameters of the representation. From our experiments, the data-driven representation performs overall in par with hand-designed representation for similar locality sizes in which the descriptor is computed. We also observe that a larger number of hidden units, the use of average pooling, and a larger training data size in the SA representation all improved the descriptor performance. Additionally, the characteristics of the data and stroke size plays an important role in the learned representation.

Digital Monte Prama: Exploring large collections of detailed 3D models of sculptures

We present and evaluate a scalable interactive system for the exploration of large collections of detailed 3D digital models of sculptures. The system has been applied to the valorization of the Mont'e Prama complex, an extraordinary collection of protostoric Mediterranean sculptures, which depict models of cone-shaped stone towers, as well as larger-than-life human figures. The software architecture is based on scalable components for efficient distribution and adaptive rendering of extremely detailed surface meshes with overlaid information. The user interface, based on a simple and effective interactive camera controller tailored for touch interaction, has been designed for targeting both small screens and large display systems. The system components have been integrated in different interactive applications, ranging from large-screen museal setups and low end mobile devices both with very high visual quality. The large scale system has been installed in a variety of temporal and permanent exhibitions, and has been extensively used by tens of thousands of visitors. We analyze in this paper the data gathered during a 20 month period in the National Archaeological Museum in Cagliari and a 6 months period in the Civic Museum in Cabras, for a total of over 67K exploration sessions.

Access to recorded interviews: A research agenda

The arrigo showcase reloaded—towards a sustainable link between 3D and semantics

Research challenges for digital archives of 3D cultural heritage models

IsoCam: Interactive Visual Exploration of Massive Cultural Heritage Models on Large Projection Setups

A taxonomy of visualization strategies for cultural heritage applications

Dynamic shading enhancement for reflectance transformation imaging

Modeling visitors' profiles: A study to investigate adaptation aspects for museum learning technologies

Using ontological and document similarity to estimate museum exhibit relatedness

A visitor's guide in an active museum: Presentations, communications, and reflection

Nrityakosha: Preserving the intangible heritage of Indian classical dance


Publication Years 2008-2016
Publication Count 141
Citation Count 248
Available for Download 141
Downloads (6 weeks) 1389
Downloads (12 Months) 11681
Downloads (cumulative) 58157
Average downloads per article 412
Average citations per article 2
First Name Last Name Award
Ugur Gudukbay ACM Senior Member (2008)
Tsvi Kuflik ACM Distinguished Member (2013)
ACM Senior Member (2012)
George Lepouras ACM Senior Member (2008)
Holly E Rushmeier ACM Distinguished Member (2006)

First Name Last Name Paper Counts
Roberto Scopigno 6
Marco Callieri 5
Ruggero Pintus 4
Matteo Dellepiane 4
Enrico Gobbetti 4
Martin Doerr 3
Livio Luca 3
Massimiliano Corsini 3
Nick Corps 2
Carlos Sanchez-Belenguer 2
George Lepouras 2
Szymon Rusinkiewicz 2
Tim Weyrich 2
Francesco Bellotti 2
Alberto Villanueva 2
Dieter Fellner 2
Stephen Laycock 2
Graham Bell 2
Markku Reunanen 2
Fabio Bettio 2
Angeliki Antoniou 2
Nadine Couture 2
David Mortimore 2
Alan Chalmers 2
Valentina Fiore 2
Thomas Funkhouser 2
Alessandro De Gloria 2
Fabio Marton 2
Gregory Crane 2
Riccardo Berta 2
Rudolf Gschwind 2
Lily Diaz 2
Paolo Cignoni 2
Anke Lüdeling 2
Hijung Shin 2
Volker Settgast 2
Eduardo Vendrell-Vidal 2
Ido Dagan 1
Tarquinio Mota 1
Leith Chan 1
Marcos Rodriguez 1
F Soler 1
Engtat Khoo 1
Amy Friedlander 1
David Dobkin 1
Jerzy Wojsz 1
Holly Rushmeier 1
John Ffrench 1
Max Arends 1
Frédéric Labrosse 1
Joseph Mearman 1
Serdar Aybek 1
Tonya Nelson 1
Bruce Merry 1
Hagen Hirschmann 1
Oliviero Stock 1
Katerina Boutsika 1
Daniel Aliaga 1
Michael Makridis 1
Ashraf Hussein 1
Mohamed Djibril 1
Diego Gutierrez 1
Gualtiero Volpe 1
Farida Chériet 1
Robert Kalasek 1
Qixing Huang 1
Bernard Frischer 1
Florian Muller 1
George Papagiannakis 1
Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann 1
Sven Havemann 1
Gabriele Fangi 1
Anupama Mallik 1
Zheng Lu 1
Antoni Chica 1
I Cacciari 1
Antonio Felle 1
Giovanni Cignoni 1
Ibrahim Bounhas 1
Andrea Cerri 1
Miguel Sanchez-Lopez 1
George Roussos 1
Ying Yang 1
Julien Seinturier 1
Charlotte Hug 1
Wenching Liao 1
Mengchieh Yu 1
Sebastian Zambanini 1
Genfang Chen 1
Sven Helmer 1
Gowri Somanath 1
Camilo Mesias 1
Alonzo Addison 1
Sofia Pescarin 1
Jeffrey Shaw 1
Marco Agus 1
Juan Torres 1
Chihhong Huang 1
Maciej Karaszewski 1
Min Kim 1
Irma Passeri 1
Rossana Damiano 1
B Dreyer 1
Giancarlo Amati 1
Roland Ruiters 1
Reinhard Klein 1
Shahar Kats 1
Julia Sheidin 1
Minjun Jiang 1
Mark Stevenson 1
Mark Mudge 1
Dolores Iorizzo 1
Antonio Camurri 1
Hilke Thur 1
Stephanie Mahut 1
Jonathan Smith 1
Robert Laycock 1
Lorenzo Gonzo 1
Michael Ashley 1
Michelangelo Ceci 1
Tommi Horttana 1
Paolo Mazzoleni 1
Jetmir Xhembulla 1
Giovanni Malnati 1
Yahya Slimani 1
Andreas Aristidou 1
Theano Moussouri 1
Pierre Drap 1
Lior Shamir 1
Chunko Hsieh 1
Khurshid Ahmad 1
Noor Mohd Yatim 1
Aimilia Tzanavari 1
Richard Brownlow 1
Niels Raes 1
Christian Hörr 1
Elisabeth Lindinger 1
Maria Zapata 1
Zhongke Wu 1
Nicolas Mellado 1
Patrick Callet 1
Erica Calogero 1
Ryohei Nakatsu 1
Adrian Cheok 1
Craig Sapp 1
Josef Froschauer 1
Yiting Huang 1
Dieter Merkl 1
Barbara Pavlek 1
Helen Miles 1
Ben Edwards 1
Katharina Moller 1
Chawee Busayarat 1
Nadav Kashtan 1
Enzhi Ni 1
Stefano Valtolina 1
Mark Greco 1
Paul Clough 1
Qing Sun 1
Hisham El-Shishiny 1
Amalia De Götzen 1
Torsten Ullrich 1
Fermin Gomez 1
Jérôme Barthélemy 1
Roeland Ordelman 1
Vinay Das 1
Simon Flöry 1
Lukas Rosenthaler 1
Kenneth Steiglitz 1
Annamaria D'ursi 1
Mihalis Exarhos 1
Øyvind Eide 1
Daryl Baldwin 1
Ruth Tringham 1
Wei Luo 1
Moshe Ben-Ezra 1
Gianvito Pio 1
Stefano Paci 1
Elvira Aura-Castro 1
Luc Long 1
Fabrizio Falchi 1
Daniel Isemann 1
Charalambos Poullis 1
Naokazu Yokoya 1
Luciana Martins 1
Johannes Kohler 1
George Leifman 1
Rohith Mv 1
Vanessa Lardinois 1
Andrea Adami 1
Jin Liu 1
Nuno Correia 1
Sotiris Manitsaris 1
Frédéric Bevilacqua 1
Brett Ridel 1
M Gaiani 1
Sarah Kenderdine 1
Emmanuel Durand 1
Frédéric Mérienne 1
Jane Hunter 1
Antonio Castañeda 1
Kris Naessens 1
David Tidmarsh 1
Daniele Mori 1
Bernard Tiddeman 1
M Vetter 1
Frank Bauer 1
Antonio Pizzo 1
Mona Hess 1
Stuart Robson 1
Margaret Serpico 1
James Gain 1
Amir Zeldes 1
David Mimno 1
Fabian Bohnert 1
Changle Zhou 1
Bin Ma 1
Andrew Day 1
Yogesh Garg 1
Thomas Hurtut 1
Cinzia Perlingieri 1
Michael Brown 1
Fedelucio Narducci 1
Loic Espinasse 1
Panayiotis Roussopoulos 1
James Clarke 1
Ismail Altingövde 1
Atte Timonen 1
Donato Malerba 1
Fabio Gadducci 1
Christine Chevrier 1
Germana Barone 1
Claudia Barberis 1
Fabrice Evrard 1
Panayiotis Charalambous 1
Bianca Falcidieno 1
Qingquan Li 1
Eliana Siotto 1
Qiong Li 1
Nazrita Ibrahim 1
Kyriakos Herakleous 1
Fumio Okura 1
Immanuel Normann 1
Gerd Reis 1
Didier Stricker 1
Ilan Shimshoni 1
Jennifer Gutierrez 1
Chandra Kambhamettu 1
Giorgio Trumpy 1
Mauricio Hincapié 1
Maria Melo 1
Christian Pere 1
Alejandro León 1
M Luzón 1
Jaime Kaminski 1
Elwira Holowko 1
Jeffrey Trevino 1
Werner Purgathofer 1
Doron Goldfarb 1
Stuart Dunn 1
Jonathan Roberts 1
Panagiotis Ritsos 1
Michael Zollhöfer 1
Claus Madsen 1
Ivor Pridden 1
Paolo Cignoni 1
Liz Sonenberg 1
Massimo Zancanaro 1
Judith Aston 1
D Drinkwater 1
Alain Bonardi 1
Luís Magalhães 1
João Moura 1
David Koller 1
Marco De Gemmis 1
Cataldo Musto 1
Sven Schutte 1
Andreas Vlachopoulos 1
Fabio Remondino 1
Matthias Zeppelzauer 1
Zhijun Sun 1
Blanca Acuña 1
Giovanni Puglisi 1
Efstathios Stavrakis 1
Yiorgos Chrysanthou 1
Zhi Gao 1
Claudio Gennaro 1
Wei Ma 1
Yizhou Wang 1
Xin Ma 1
Wen Gao 1
César Gonzalez-Perez 1
Yiping Hung 1
Albert Kavelar 1
Masayuki Kanbara 1
Emilio Merella 1
Chiara Leoni 1
Roberto Turco 1
Maarten Heerlien 1
Kirsten Van Hulsen 1
Michael Kolomenkin 1
Ayellet Tal 1
Angelos Yannopoulos 1
Chaya Liebeskind 1
Jonathan Schler 1
Guido Brunnett 1
Eva Pietroni 1
A Miranda 1
Jérémy Laviole 1
Xavier Granier 1
S Baldissini 1
Hera Almpanoudi 1
Xuan Wang 1
Irving Finkle 1
Andreas Reichinger 1
Kirk Woolford 1
Robert Sitnik 1
Lauto Magnani 1
Maria Moritz 1
Andrew Wilson 1
Christian Siegl 1
Jacob Madsen 1
Jaakko Suominen 1
Christopher Schwartz 1
Patrick Marais 1
David Smith 1
Sadek Jbara 1
Kaizhong Zhang 1
Rachid Thami 1
Klaus Riede 1
Franciska De Jong 1
Claus Fleischer 1
Michael Hofer 1
Stefano Girardi 1
Alessandro Rizzi 1
Dalibor Mitrović 1
Fabiana Zeppa 1
Uğur Güdükbay 1
Isaac Besora 1
S Siano 1
S May 1
I Finkel 1
Irene Rubino 1
Silvia Biasotti 1
Mo Shan 1
Bilal Hijazi 1
Emmanuelle Seguin 1
Stefano Capuzzi 1
Alexandra Poulovassilis 1
Stephanie Schnorr 1
Suzanne De Jong-Kole 1
Debra Norris 1
Christian Diaz 1
Teresa Romao 1
A Glushkova 1
Chihhao Yu 1
Corey Toler-Franklin 1
Greta Franzini 1
Raimund Karl 1
Seren Griffiths 1
Vincenzo Lombardo 1
Anna Sivula 1
Michael Weinmann 1
Karl Grieser 1
Timothy Baldwin 1
Tsvi Kuflik 1
Elisa Bertino 1
Nikolaos Aletras 1
Petros Daras 1
Gianpaolo Palma 1
Dimitris Arabadjis 1
Deyun Zhang 1
Yifeng Fan 1
Veronica Sundstedt 1
Willemijn Heeren 1
Francis Schmitt 1
Christian Breiteneder 1
Cecilia Pisa 1
Greg Humphreys 1
Giovanni Semeraro 1
Stephan Schreiber 1
Klaus Hinzen 1
Christos Doumas 1
Constantin Papaodysseus 1
Michail Panagopoulos 1
René Berndt 1
Douglas Troy 1
Özgür Ulusoy 1
Jordi Moyes 1
P Nieri 1
G Cox 1
Filippo Stanco 1
Michela Spagnuolo 1
Bertrand Chemisky 1
Giuseppe Amato 1
Yingqing Xu 1
Martin Kampel 1
Nazlena Mohamad Ali 1
Irene Katsouri 1
Tobias Nöll 1
Daniel O’donnell 1
Holly Rushmeier 1
Hadas Zohar 1
David Buglio 1
A Ricardo 1
R Castro 1
Patrick Reuter 1
Stavroula Bampatzia 1
David Arnold 1
Stefan Maierhofer 1
Benedict Brown 1
Tanguy Coenen 1
Lien Mostmans 1
F Moutarde 1
Michela Mortara 1
Marc Stamminger 1
Julie Lombardo 1
Philippe Véron 1
David Bamman 1
Chiara Stefani 1
Ariel Gorfinkel 1
Xiaojun Ding 1
Athina Kritsotaki 1
Paul Matthews 1
Patrick Reuter 1
Stefania Serafin 1
Jeremy Hutchings 1
Karl Lampe 1
Douglas Oard 1
Yann Gousseau 1
Barbara Thuswaldner 1
Alexandrino Gonçalves 1
Victor Obonyo 1
Peter Fornaro 1
Alessandro Foni 1
Pasquale Lops 1
Guillaume Riviere 1
Markus Seidl 1
Santanu Chaudhury 1
Hiranmay Ghosh 1
Ismet Yalniz 1
Guido Ranzuglia 1
Pere Brunet 1
Fabio Fumarola 1
Carmen Diaz-Marin 1
Bilel Elayeb 1
Stephania Himona 1
Djamel Merad 1
Jean Boï 1
Jane Tarakhovsky 1
Joost Van Leusen 1
R Carvalho 1

Affiliation Paper Counts
University of Padua 1
Frederick University Cyprus 1
Universite Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2 1
Austrian Academy of Sciences 1
University of Ioannina 1
University of Applied Sciences of Karlsruhe 1
Universiti Tenaga Nasional 1
Xi'an University of Finance and Economics 1
The University of Hong Kong 1
Spanish National Research Council 1
University of Leipzig 1
University of Zagreb 1
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano 1
Technical University of Darmstadt 1
King's College London 1
Ionian University 1
City University of Hong Kong 1
University of Waterloo 1
University of Massachusetts Amherst 1
Imperial College London 1
Ain Shams University 1
Xi'an Jiaotong University 1
Celal Bayar University 1
Polytechnic School of Montreal 1
Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas 1
Monash University 1
University of Maryland 1
University of Bristol 1
University of Surrey 1
Universite Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne 1
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1
Ecole Centrale Paris 1
University of Lethbridge 1
Catholic University of Leuven 1
University of Thessaly 1
University of Bologna 1
University of New South Wales 1
Polytechnic Institute of Leiria 1
Universite Paris Descartes 1
University of Milan 1
University of Bath 1
IRIT Institut de Recherche Informatique de Toulouse 1
Ecole des Mines de Paris 1
Scuola Normale of Pisa 1
Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology 1
University of Cagliari 1
Tata Consultancy Services India 1
Hangzhou Normal University 1
Cultural Heritage Imaging, California 1
Universite de Bordeaux 1
E2v 1
University of Nicosia 1
Royal College of Art 1
Shenzhen University 1
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia 2
Istituto Di Fisica Applicata Nello Carrara 2
The British Museum 2
Lawrence Technological University 2
VRVis Research Center 2
Chemnitz University of Technology 2
Purdue University 2
University of Oslo 2
University of Dublin, Trinity College 2
National Taipei University of Technology 2
Stanford University 2
University of Tras-os-Montes and Alto Douro 2
Universidad de Zaragoza 2
Mohammed V University in Rabat 2
University of the West of England 2
Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology 2
The University of Warwick 2
Manchester Metropolitan University 2
Tufts University 2
Beijing Normal University 2
University of Turku School of Cultural Production and Landscape Studies 2
TELECOM ParisTech 2
University of Queensland 2
University of Gottingen 2
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi 2
European Commission Joint Research Centre, Ispra 2
University of Manouba 2
Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig 2
Centro de Quimica fina e Biotecnologia 2
Fondazione Bruno Kessler 2
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universidade Nova de Lisboa 2
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology 3
Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique Musique 3
University of Virginia 3
University of Cologne 3
University of Twente 3
Nara Institute of Science and Technology 3
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg 3
University of California, Berkeley 3
University of Melbourne 3
Peking University 3
Arts et Metiers ParisTech 3
University of Geneva 3
University of Sheffield 3
University of Wales Aberystwyth 3
University of Cape Town 3
Cyprus University of Technology 3
University of Brighton 3
University of Athens 3
Vrije Universiteit Brussel 3
University of Catania 3
Miami University Oxford 3
Marche Polytechnic University 3
University of Turin 3
Aalborg University 3
Xiamen University 4
Bilkent University 4
Polytechnic Institute of Turin 4
Universidad Politecnica de Valencia 4
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya 4
University of Bonn 4
National Taiwan University 4
University of Peloponnese 4
Warsaw University of Technology 4
Bar-Ilan University 4
Humboldt University of Berlin 4
Universidad de Medellin 4
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) 4
University of Cyprus 4
Institute of Computer Science Crete 4
New University of Lisbon 4
Universidad de Granada 4
University of Delaware 5
University of Pisa 5
Microsoft Research Asia 5
Aix Marseille Universite 5
National Technical University of Athens 5
Birkbeck University of London 6
Bangor University 6
Graz University of Technology 6
University of Basel 6
University of East Anglia 6
University of Haifa 7
National University of Singapore 7
Aalto University 7
Italian National Research Council 8
CNRS Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 8
Yale University 9
Princeton University 10
University of Bari 10
University College London 11
University of Genoa 13
Vienna University of Technology 15
Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione A. Faedo 22
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