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Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH)

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A Survey of Augmented, Virtual, and Mixed Reality for Cultural Heritage

A multimedia approach to the diffusion, communication, and exploitation of Cultural Heritage (CH) is a well-established trend worldwide. Several... (more)

The CENDARI Infrastructure

The CENDARI infrastructure is a research-supporting platform designed to provide tools for transnational historical research, focusing on two topics: medieval culture and World War I. It exposes to the end users modern Web-based tools relying on a sophisticated infrastructure to collect, enrich,... (more)

Region of Interest-Based 3D Inpainting of Cultural Heritage Artifacts

In this article, we address the problem of 3D inpainting using an exemplar-based method for point clouds. 3D inpainting is a process of filling holes... (more)

A Natural User Interface for Gestural Expression and Emotional Elicitation to Access the Musical Intangible Cultural Heritage

This article describes a prototype natural user interface, named the Intangible Musical Instrument, which aims to facilitate access to knowledge of... (more)

A Conceptual Framework for Designing Virtual Heritage Environment for Cultural Learning

Virtual environment has the potential to be used as a medium to facilitate cultural learning. However, this requires guidelines on how to design the... (more)


Good news from Scopus - CiteScore 2017 figure has been released
The CiteScore 2017, powered by Scopus, has just been released and the JOCCH 2017 CiteScores is 1.62! Considering that this indicator was 0.85 in 2016, JOCCH has really improved!

Thanks to all JOCCH authors and reviewers who contributed to this success.

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Forthcoming Articles

Augmented experiences in cultural spaces through social participation

Technologies such as the internet of the things and social computing offer promising opportunities to envision augmented experiences in a wide variety of cultural spaces. Such interactive technologies act as a hook to attract visitors attention, but if they do not provide opportunities to engage in a more personal and meaningful way they can be soon discarded. Augmented experiences need to be intrinsically motivating, connecting with values and expectations of visitors and institutions. In a world that is becoming more a more connected and moving towards a participatory culture, the need to participate actively to coproduce knowledge and meaning can be exploited as a powerful intrinsic motivator. In this paper we describe how the Social Display Environment (SDE) promotes participation in cultural spaces whilst keeping the physical connection with the real objects exhibited. The SDE was exhibited in a cultural center over a weekend to investigate different dynamics in terms of peoples interaction styles, behaviors, and perceptions. The prototype not also was assessed as easy to learn and useful, but also promoted a number of social interactions around the objects involved in the exhibition.

CHER-Ob: A Tool for Shared Analysis and Video Dissemination

The study of cultural heritage involves many different activities, including visualizing digital data, analyzing information and sharing results. Current technologies focus on providing better tools for data representation and processing, neglecting the importance of analysis and sharing. In this paper, we present a software system, CHER-Ob, which offers powerful tools for evaluating and publishing the results of cultural heritage research. CHER-Ob provides the capability to visualize and add various types of annotations to data in a wide variety of formats. These annotations assist in the analysis phase, and are used for sharing the results of a study. A written report can be generated and automatically illustrated using the annotations. In addition, an ``animation scheme" is associated with each type of annotation. The schemes make it possible to generate an introductory video overview of an analysis by selecting preferences and annotations. A series of animated sequences of 2D and 3D objects will appear in a user-specified order in a video subtitled by annotations. The system is useful for integrating cultural and digital resources as well as for providing a method to author materials for disseminating cultural heritage findings to the public.

Digital Editions of Text: Surveying User Requirements in the Digital Humanities

This paper describes the first analysis of the differences between what the Digital Humanities community who build online digital editions of texts provides, and what the user-base wants. It therefore provides useful guidance for those working on these projects and will also be of interest to those who commission, fund, and support digital editions of textual material, including publishers, universities, libraries and archives.

Finding Parallel Passages in Cultural Heritage Archives

It is of great interest to researchers and scholars in many disciplines (particularly those working on culture heritage projects) to study parallel passages (i.e., identical or similar pieces of text describing the same thing) in digital text archives. Although there exist a few software tools for this purpose, they are restricted to a specific domain (e.g., the Bible) or a specific language (e.g., Hebrew). In this paper, we present in detail how we build a digital infrastructure that can facilitate the search and discovery of parallel passages for any domain in any language. It is at the core of our Samtla (Search And Mining Tools with Linguistic Analysis) system designed in collaboration with historians and linguists. The system has already been used to support research on five large text corpora that span a number of different domains and languages. The key to such a domain-independent and language-independent digital infrastructure is a novel combination of a character-based $n$-gram language model, space-optimised suffix tree, generalised edit distance. A comprehensive evaluation through crowd-sourcing shows that the effectiveness of our system's search functionality is on par with the human-level performance.

Saphir: Optical Playback of Damaged and Delaminated Analogue Audio Disc Records

The attraction to optical playback of audio discs records was described by Brock-Nannestad in 2001. Several different approaches have been demonstrated to work. But in most cases the playback quality is worse than using mechanical playback. The Saphir approach used in the presented work uses a specifically-designed colour illuminator that exploits the reflective properties of the disc material to highlight subtle changes in orientation of the groove walls, even at highest frequencies (20kHz). A standard colour camera is used to collect rings of pictures from the disc. Audio signal is extracted from the collected pictures automatically, under control of the user. The process is slow - several hours per disc - but has a wide range of operation on recorded and printed discs, from earliest Berliner recordings to recent vinyls, and its strength is at decoding direct-recording lacquer discs. An Elementary Shortest Path Solver with a reward (negative cost) on the number of turns is used to re-connect all the sub-tracks obtained, allowing to reconstruct, with limited human intervention, the correct playback order. We describe the approach, present the main advantages and drawbacks of the method, and show that it can be used to play back even extremely damaged (broken, de-laminated...) records.

Munsell Color Specification using ARCA (Automatic Recognition of Color for Archaeology)

Munsell Soil Charts are a very common tool used by archaeologists for the color specification task. Charts are usually employed directly on cultural heritage sites to identify color of soils and collected artifacts. However, charts are designed to be used specifying the color through subjective perception of users, by visual mean, in a time consuming and error-prone procedure. It is likely that two users may estimate different Munsell notations for the same specimen, as colors are not perceived uniformly by different people. Hence, estimation process should be repeated several times and by more than a single expert user in order to be considered reliable. In this work, we employ our framework ARCA: Automatic Recognition of Color for Archaeology, specifically designed to provide a method for objective, deterministic, fast, and automatic Munsell estimation. ARCA is a valuable asset for archaeologists as it provides the definition of a smooth pipeline for an affordable Munsell notation estimation: image acquisition of specimens with general purpose digital cameras in an uncontrolled environment, manual sampling of specimen images in the ARCA desktop application, automatic Munsell color specification, and report generation. We further assess our method with improved color tolerance validations and evaluations, introducing a comparison between ”E00, ”E76, ”L*, ”a*, and ”b* differences. One of the main contribution of this paper is the extension of our former dataset ARCA108. We gathered two additional sets of images obtaining a new dataset consisting of pictures of Munsell Soil Charts Editions 2000 and 2009 plus images from a real test-case with 16 pottery shards. The new dataset counts 56,160 samples and 328 images, so it has been called ARCA328. Experimental results are reported to investigate which could be the best configuration to be used in the acquisition phase.

How to Tell Ancient Signs Apart? Recognizing and Visualizing Maya Glyphs with CNNs

Thanks to the digital preservation of cultural heritage material, multimedia tools, e.g. based on automatic visual processing, enable to considerably ease the work of scholars in the humanities and help them to perform quantitative analysis of their data. In this context, this paper assesses three different Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) architectures along with three learning approaches to train them for hieroglyph classification, which is a very challenging task due to the limited availability of segmented ancient Maya glyphs. More precisely, the first approach, the baseline, relies on pretrained networks as feature extractor. The second one investigates a transfer learning method by fine-tuning a pretrained network for our glyph classification task. The third approach considers directly training networks from scratch with our glyph data. The merits of three different network architectures are compared: a generic sequential model (i.e. LeNet), a sketch-specific sequential network (i.e. Sketch-a-Net), and the recent Residual Networks. The sketch-specific model trained from scratch outperforms other models and training strategies. Even for a challenging 150-class classification task, this model achieves 70.3% average accuracy and proves itself promising in case of small amount of cultural heritage shape data. Furthermore, we visualize the discriminative parts of glyphs with the recent Grad-CAM method, and demonstrate that the discriminative parts learned by the model agrees in general with the expert annotation of the glyph specificity (diagnostic features). Finally, as a step towards systematic evaluation of these visualizations, we conduct a perceptual crowdsourcing study. Specifically, we analyze the interpretability of the representations from Sketch-a-Net and ResNet-50. Overall, our paper takes two important steps towards providing tools to scholars in the digital humanities: increased performance for automation, and improved interpretability of algorithms.

A new Infrared True-Color approach for visible-infrared multispectral image analysis

In this paper, we present a new method for the analysis of Visible/Infrared multispectral sets producing chromatically faithful false-color images, which maintain a good readability of the information contained in the non-visible Infrared band. Examples of the application of this technique are given on the multispectral images acquired on the Pietà of Santa Croce of Agnolo Bronzino (1569, Florence) and on the analysis and visualization of the multispectral data obtained on Etruscan mural paintings (Tomb of the Monkey, Siena, Italy, V century B.C.). The fidelity of the chromatic appearance of the resulting images, coupled to the effective visualization of the information contained in the Infrared band, opens interesting perspectives for the use of the method for visualization and presentation of the results of multispectral analysis in Cultural Heritage diffusion, research and diagnostics.

Exploring RGB-D cameras for 3D reconstruction of cultural heritage: a new approach applied to Brazilian baroque sculptures

In this work we explore the use of RGB-D cameras for digital preservation of cultural heritage. Three-dimensional (3D) digital preservation is usually performed with the use of three dimensional scanners, as the 3D points generated by these equipments are in average less than ten micrometers away from the real position. The downside of 3D scanners, in addition to the high cost, is the infrastructure requirements, for instance, own source of energy, large workspace with tripods, special training to calibrate and operate the equipment and the acquisition time, potentially taking several minutes for capturing a single image. An alternative is the use of low cost depth cameras that are easy to operate and only require connection to a laptop. There are several recent studies showing the potential of RGB-D sensors, however they often exhibit errors when applied to a full 360 degrees 3D reconstruction setup, known as the loop closure problem. This kind of error accumulation is intensified by the lower accuracy and large volume of data generated by RGB-D cameras. We propose a complete methodology for 3D reconstruction based on RGB-D sensors. In order to mitigate the loop closure effect, we developed a pairwise alignment method. Our approach expands the connectivity graph connections in a pairwise alignment system by automatically discovering new pairs of meshes with overlapping regions. Then we distribute the alignment error more evenly over the aligned pairs, avoiding the loop closure problem of full 3D reconstructions. The experiments were performed on a collection of 30 artworks made by the Baroque artist Antonio Francisco Lisboa, known as Aleijadinho, as part of the Aleijadinho Digital project conducted in partnership with IPHAN (Brazilian National Institute for Cultural and Artistic Heritage) and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). We present results showing 3D models that are favorably compared to state-of-the-art methods available in the literature using RGD-D sensors. Our main contributions are: A new method for 3D alignment dedicated to solve the RGB-D camera loop closure problem; the development of practical solutions and 3D digital models of an important and challenging collection of Brazilian cultural heritage.

Did we just travel to the past? Building and evaluating with Cultural Presence different modes of VR-mediated experiences in Virtual Archaeology

The last years, Virtual Archaeology has started to introduce more experiential elements in virtual reconstructions, therefore going beyond the traditional visualization of 3D architectural models. In the case of dissemination, these experiences are equated with a trip in time, thanks to which users witness what the past was like and learn about it. However, due to a lack of explicit theoretical frameworks and/or systematic evaluation focusing on such experiential elements, it is uncertain whether the intended goals are achieved and why. Based on a novel theoretical framework arising from the concept of Cultural Presence, this paper will investigate if and how current virtual environments achieve the feeling traveling to the past. To that end, six different virtual reconstructions of the Neolithic site of Çatalhöyük (Turkey) were built and evaluated in a between-subjects experiment. The results support the role of content meaningfulness, responsive characters, enhanced interaction, and multi-sensory realism in the achievement of successful VR-mediated experiences.

Computer-assisted Orientation and Drawing of Archaeological Pottery

Archaeologists spend considerable time orientating and drawing ceramic fragments by hand for documentation, to infer their manufacture, the nature of the discovery site and its chronology, and to develop hypotheses about commercial and cultural exchanges, social organisation, resource exploitation and taphonomic processes. This study presents an R/Shiny application to automate this time-consuming orientation and drawing of pottery fragments. Orientation is based on the 3D geometry of pottery models, acquired in minutes with low-cost 3D scanners. Several methods (using normal vectors, or circle fittings, or profile fittings) are applied to determine the optimal position of the rotation axis. The profile and contours of the fragment, as well as any possible decoration, can then be depicted in various ways: photorealistic rendering or dotted patterns, calculated by ambient occlusion, combined or not with artificial light. The general workflow, evaluated using both synthetic and real-world fragments, appears to be rapid, accurate, and reproducible. It drastically reduces the amount of routine work required to document ceramic artefacts. The information produced, together with the 3D representation of the fragments, can easily be archived and/or exchanged within the archaeological community for further research. The source code built for the R environment (together with an installation notice and examples) is freely downloadable. To the best of our knowledge, it is the first operational tool available for such a purpose.

Mapping History: Orienting Museum Visitors across Time and Space

At historic open-air museums, many of the objects under investigation are buildings and landscapes that could tell multiple, overlapping narratives: i.e., they were built/manipulated over the course of years by different peoples and groups who used them for varying purposes. In this paper, we address this challenge by proposing the use of interactive maps to orient visitors in time, space, and both time and space. We conducted a series of collaborative-design workshops to elicit recommendations. From the analysis of the transcripts, we identified four design elements and two functionalities that could be used for these purposes. We then conducted a study at an open-air museum to compare the extent to which these design elements and functionalities (and a prototype that integrates them) allow visitors to orient themselves in time and space, and to notice change over time.

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

Research challenges for digital archives of 3D cultural heritage models

A taxonomy of visualization strategies for cultural heritage applications

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

A serious game model for cultural heritage

MuseUs: Case study of a pervasive cultural heritage serious game

Hyper3D: 3D graphics software for examining cultural artifacts

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


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Wen Gao ACM Fellows (2013)
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ACM Senior Member (2012)
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Holly E Rushmeier ACM Fellows (2016)
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Enrico Gobbetti 7
Marco Callieri 5
Ruggero Pintus 5
Fabio Marton 4
Matteo Dellepiane 4
Fabio Bettio 4
Martin Doerr 4
Marco Agus 3
Massimiliano Corsini 3
Livio Luca 3
Paolo Cignoni 3
Lily Diaz 2
Holly Rushmeier 2
Ido Dagan 2
Riccardo Berta 2
Rudolf Gschwind 2
Gregory Crane 2
Ying Yang 2
Nick Corps 2
Francesco Bellotti 2
Eduardo Vendrell-Vidal 2
Carlos Sanchez-Belenguer 2
Szymon Rusinkiewicz 2
Tim Weyrich 2
Dieter Fellner 2
Alberto Villanueva 2
Markku Reunanen 2
Fabrizio Falchi 2
Sotiris Manitsaris 2
James Gain 2
Stephen Laycock 2
Graham Bell 2
Alessandro De Gloria 2
Jean Odobez 2
David Mortimore 2
Jonathan Schler 2
Chaya Liebeskind 2
Angeliki Antoniou 2
Nadine Couture 2
Valentina Fiore 2
Nazrita Ibrahim 2
Michael Bryant 2
Matthias Zeppelzauer 2
Julian Richards 2
George Lepouras 2
Alan Chalmers 2
Hijung Shin 2
Thomas Funkhouser 2
Daniel Gatica-Perez 2
Fabien Moutarde 2
Giuseppe Amato 2
Markus Seidl 2
Christian Breiteneder 2
Volker Settgast 2
Anke Lüdeling 2
Marcos Rodríguez 2
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Patrick Reuter 1
Guillaume Rivière 1
Barbara Thuswaldner 1
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Victor Obonyo 1
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Milica Knežević 1
Carsten Thiel 1
Paul Matthews 1
Stefania Serafin 1
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Tanguy Coenen 1
Lien Mostmans 1
Gregory Knight 1
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Elena Sizikova 1
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Mirta Ranaldi 1
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Antonio Celesti 1
Grazia Salamone 1
Francesca Mambelli 1
Wei Ma 1
Yizhou Wang 1
Xin Ma 1
Wen Gao 1
César Gonzalez-Perez 1
Emilio Merella 1
Chiara Leoni 1
Roberto Turco 1
Maarten Heerlien 1
Kirsten Van Hulsen 1
David Smith 1
Gianpaolo Palma 1
Constantin Papaodysseus 1
Dimitris Arabadjis 1
Michail Panagopoulos 1
Deyun Zhang 1
Yifeng Fan 1
René Berndt 1
Douglas Troy 1
Özgür Ulusoy 1
Greg Humphreys 1
Jordi Moyes 1
Jean Fekete 1
Nikolaos Aletras 1
Petros Daras 1
Silvia Biasotti 1
Mo Shan 1
Bilal Hijazi 1
Emmanuelle Seguin 1
Stéphane Marchand-Maillet 1
Stefano Capuzzi 1
Karl Grieser 1
Alexandra Poulovassilis 1
Anna Sivula 1
Michael Weinmann 1
Timothy Baldwin 1
Tsvi Kuflik 1
Elisa Bertino 1
Veronica Sundstedt 1
S Siano 1
S May 1
I Finkel 1
Greta Franzini 1
Vincenzo Lombardo 1
Raimund Karl 1
Seren Griffiths 1
Nuno Correia 1
Alina Glushkova 1
Francis Schmitt 1
Joaquin Mora 1
Werner Bailer 1
David Laniado 1
Flora Amato 1
Fabio Schreiber 1
Karina Echavarria 1
Brittany Chan 1
Emmanouil Benetos 1
Nicolas Gold 1
Tillman Weyde 1
Irene Rubino 1
Matthew Christy 1
Sara Migliorini 1
Piergiovanna Grossi 1
Giovanni Semeraro 1
Stephan Schreiber 1
Klaus Hinzen 1
Christos Doumas 1
Corey Toler-Franklin 1
Cecilia Pisa 1
Qin Zou 1
Willemijn Heeren 1
Debra Norris 1
Chihhao Yu 1
Rachid Benslimane 1
Steven Verstockt 1
Silvio Peroni 1
Francesca Tomasi 1
Claudia Marinica 1
Johan Fihn 1
Luc Bouiller 1
Stephen Plog 1
Giovanni Moretti 1
Johannes Kohler 1
Vanessa Lardinois 1
Amir Zeldes 1
David Mimno 1
Antonio Pizzo 1
Gianvito Pio 1
Michelangelo Ceci 1
Stefano Paci 1
Helen Miles 1
Bernard Tiddeman 1
Mark Vetter 1
Frank Bauer 1
Mona Hess 1
Stuart Robson 1
Margaret Serpico 1
Andrea Adami 1
Frédéric Bevilacqua 1
Brett Ridel 1
M Gaiani 1
Sarah Kenderdine 1
Emmanuel Durand 1
Frédéric Mérienne 1
Yogesh Garg 1
Thomas Hurtut 1
Jin Liu 1
Michele Mauri 1
Andreas Kaltenbrunner 1
Vincenzo Moscato 1
Francesco Colace 1
Mark Eramian 1
Isaac Sijaranamual 1
Conny Kristel 1
Elvira Aura-Castro 1
Alberto Belussi 1
Fedelucio Narducci 1
Antonio Castañeda 1
Daniel Isemann 1
Anthousis Andreadis 1
Jianda Chen 1
Kai Huang 1
Piercarlo Dondi 1
Tommaso Rovetta 1
Pejman Mirza-Babaei 1
George Leifman 1
Rohith Mv 1
Jane Hunter 1
Jimmy Lin 1
Jeremy Wiebe 1
Fabio Vitali 1
Mitchell Welch 1

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INRA Centre de Recherche de Versailles-Grignon 1
University of Bern 1
University of Cambridge 1
University of Zagreb 1
Ain Shams University 1
Universite Paris Descartes 1
Technical University of Darmstadt 1
Frederick University Cyprus 1
University of Thessaly 1
University of New South Wales 1
City University of Hong Kong 1
Xi'an Jiaotong University 1
IBM, Egypt 1
Polytechnic Institute of Leiria 1
Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH 1
Royal College of Art 1
INRIA Institut National de Rechereche en Informatique et en Automatique 1
Wuhan University 1
Hangzhou Normal University 1
University of Nicosia 1
Ecole Centrale Paris 1
University of Ioannina 1
Universite Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne 1
University of Massachusetts Amherst 1
Scuola Normale of Pisa 1
Curtin University of Technology, Perth 1
University of Applied Sciences of Karlsruhe 1
Celal Bayar University 1
Monash University 1
Spanish National Research Council 1
Bremen University 1
Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas 1
University of Lethbridge 1
Max Planck Digital Library 1
Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru 1
Institut Dalle Molle D'intelligence Artificielle Perceptive 1
Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology 1
University of Padua 1
Polytechnic School of Montreal 1
University of Bristol 1
Tata Consultancy Services India 1
EHESS Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales 1
University of Milan 1
University of Bath 1
Ionian University 1
Xi'an University of Finance and Economics 1
Catholic University of Leuven, Leuven 1
Emirates College of Technology 1
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano 1
University of Surrey 1
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1
E2v 1
Universite Francois-Rabelais Tours 1
Imperial College London 1
University of Cagliari 1
University of Belgrade 1
Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts 1
University of Leipzig 1
The University of Hong Kong 1
Cultural Heritage Imaging, California 1
Austrian Academy of Sciences 1
University of Maryland 1
IRIT Institut de Recherche Informatique de Toulouse 1
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology 1
East Carolina University 2
Universite de Bordeaux 2
Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology 2
Know-Center, Graz 2
University of Tras-os-Montes and Alto Douro 2
Istituto Di Fisica Applicata Nello Carrara 2
Purdue University 2
Centro de Quimica fina e Biotecnologia 2
Universite de Cergy-Pontoise 2
Queen Mary, University of London 2
University of Manouba 2
Shenzhen University 2
University of Turku School of Cultural Production and Landscape Studies 2
TELECOM ParisTech 2
Mohammed V University in Rabat 2
VRVis Research Center 2
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi 2
National Taipei University of Technology 2
B.V. Bhoomaraddi College of Engineering & Technology 2
University of Suffolk 2
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universidade Nova de Lisboa 2
University of the West of England 2
The University of Warwick 2
Joanneum Research 2
Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig 2
Universiti Tenaga Nasional 2
Stanford University 2
Athena Research and Innovation Center in Information, Communication and Knowledge Technologies 2
Universitat Pompeu Fabra 2
Lawrence Technological University 2
University of London 2
The British Museum 2
Chemnitz University of Technology 2
University of Queensland 2
European Commission Joint Research Centre, Ispra 2
Manchester Metropolitan University 2
Beijing Normal University 2
University of Seville 2
Universidad de Zaragoza 2
University of Dublin, Trinity College 2
Ghent University 2
University of Oslo 2
St. Polten University of Applied Sciences 2
Tufts University 2
University of Gottingen 3
University of Verona 3
University of Sheffield 3
University of Cologne 3
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology 3
Athens University of Economics and Business 3
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg 3
University of Melbourne 3
Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique Musique 3
University of Twente 3
University of Catania 3
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 3
Arts et Metiers ParisTech 3
University of New England Australia 3
University of South Wales 3
University of Naples Federico II 3
University of Saskatchewan 3
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia 3
Sun Yat-Sen University 3
University of Macedonia 3
Nara Institute of Science and Technology 3
Aalborg University 3
University of California, Berkeley 3
Peking University 3
University of Nebraska - Lincoln 3
University of Turin 3
Vrije Universiteit Brussel 3
Cyprus University of Technology 3
Miami University Oxford 3
Aberystwyth University 3
New University of Lisbon 4
University of Cyprus 4
University of Peloponnese 4
University of Bonn 4
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya 4
University of Amsterdam 4
University of Cape Town 4
University of Ontario Institute of Technology 4
National Taiwan University 4
Universidad de Medellin 4
University of Nottingham 4
Universidad Politecnica de Valencia 4
Ecole des Mines de Paris 4
Universidad de Granada 4
Humboldt University of Berlin 4
University of Athens 4
Polytechnic Institute of Turin 4
Warsaw University of Technology 4
Xiamen University 4
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) 4
Bilkent University 4
University of Brighton 5
University of Passau 5
Fondazione Bruno Kessler 5
National Technical University of Athens 5
Laboratoire des sciences de l'information et des sytemes, Marseille 5
University of Messina 5
University of Delaware 5
University of Geneva 5
University of Waterloo 5
University of Pisa 5
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne 5
University of Virginia 5
Politecnico di Milano 5
Microsoft Research Asia 5
University of Basel 6
Birkbeck University of London 6
Bangor University 6
University of Pavia 6
Texas A and M University System 6
Marche Polytechnic University 6
University of East Anglia 6
Institute of Computer Science Crete 6
King's College London 6
University of Haifa 7
University of York 7
National University of Singapore 7
Aalto University 7
Bar-Ilan University 7
CNRS Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 8
University of Bologna 10
University of Salerno 10
University of Bari 10
Italian National Research Council 11
Yale University 11
Princeton University 12
University College London 13
Graz University of Technology 13
University of Genoa 13
Vienna University of Technology 16
Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione A. Faedo 25

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