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Digital Humanities Technologies
Digital humanities - is an area of research, teaching, and creation concerned with the intersection of computing and the disciplines of the humanities. Developing from an earlier field called "humanities computing", today digital humanities embrace a variety of topics ranging from curating online collections to data mining large cultural data sets. Digital Humanities currently incorporates both digitized and born-digital materials and combines the methodologies from the traditional humanities disciplines (such as history, philosophy, linguistics, literature, art, archaeology, music, and cultural studies) with tools provided by computing (such as data visualisation, information retrieval, data mining, statistics, computational analysis) and digital publishing.
Completed Digital Humanities Projects
"The city of Uruk: 3000 B.C." – Using virtual reality and Artificial Intelligence for preserving and simulating everyday life of ancient Sumerians.
Current Staff Members Involved in Digital Humanities
- Professor Simeon Simoff
- Dr Anton Bogdanovych
- Professor Anthony Maeder
- Dr Quang Vinh Nguyen
- Dr Laurence Park
- Dr Ante Prodan
Hansen D, Maeder A, Schaper L, 2011, Health Informatics: The Transformative Power of Innovation, IOS Press BV, Amsterdam Netherlands.
Maeder A, Smith A, 2010, Global Telehealth, IOS Press BV, Amsterdam Netherlands
Smith A, Maeder A, 2010, Global Telehealth, IOS Press, Netherlands
Bogdanovych A, Kiran I, Simoff S, 2012, The City of Uruk: Teaching ancient history in a virtual world in Lecture Notes in Computer Science - Intelligent Virtual Agents, Y Nakano, M. Neff, A. Paiva, M. Walker, Germany, pp 28-35.
Bogdanovych A, Simoff S, 2011, Establishing social order in 3D virtual worlds with virtual institutions. in Security in Virtual Worlds, 3D Webs, and Immersive Environments: Models for Development, Interaction, and Management., A Rea, Hershey, PA , USA, pp 140-169.
Duong C, Maeder A, Chang E, 2011, ICT-based Visual Interventions Addressing Social Isolation for the Aged in Health Informatics: The Transformative Power of Innovation - Selected Papers from the 19th Australian National Health Informatics Conference (HIC 2011), Hansen DP, Maeder AJ, Schaper, LK, The Netherlands, pp 51-56.
Bjering H, Ginige A, Maeder A, Bensoussan A, Zhu X, Lattuca C, 2011, Electronic Medical Record Information System for Patient Consultations in Chinese Medicine in Health Informatics: The Transformative Power of Innovation - Selected Papers from the 19th Australian National Health Informatics Conference (HIC 2011), Hansen DP, Maeder AJ, Schaper, LK, Netherlands, pp 10-15.
Bogdanovych A, Simoff S, 2010, Establishing Social Order in 3D Virtual Worlds with Virtual Institutions in Security in Virtual Worlds, 3D Webs, and Immersive Environments: Models for Development, Interaction, and Management, Alan Rea, Michigan, USA, pp 140-169.
Tague R, Maeder A, Nguyen Q, 2010, Time-based Interactive Visualisation of Vital Signs in Global Telehealth, Anthony C Smith, Anthony J Maeder, Netherlands, pp 169-178.
Mehar A, Maeder A, Matawie K, Ginige A, 2010, Blended Clustering for Health Data Mining in IFFP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, Turner, J., Seneca, S.C., USA, pp 130-137.
Tague R, Maeder A, Nguyen Q, 2010, Interactive Visualisation of Time-Based Vital Signs in Advances in Visual Computing, Boyle, R., Parvin, B., Koracin, D., Chung, R., Hammoud; Hussain, M.; Tan, K-H.; Crawfis, R.; Thalmann, D.; Kao, D.; Avila, L. (Eds.), Germany, pp 545-553
Maeder A, 2010, Telehealth and Remote Access in Health Informatics, An Overview, Hovenga, E.J.S; Kidd, M.R.; Garde, S; Cossio, C.H.L, The Netherlands, pp 239-254
Simoff S, Sudweeks F, 2010, The Language of Leaders: Identifying emergent leaders in global virtual teams in Leadership in the Digital Enterprise: Issues and Challenges, Pak Yoong, Hershey, PA, pp 232-250.
Armstrong L, Power C, Coady C, Dormer L, 2011, Video-based Supplemental Instruction: creating opportunities for at-risk students undertaking Engineering Mathematics, Journal of Peer Learning, vol 4, no. 1, pp 3-15
Deray K, Simoff S, 2011, Designing for healthy living: Supporting reflectivity on interactions in healthcare, International Journal of Medical Informatics, vol 80, no. 12, pp 230-244
Bogdanovych A, Rodriguez-Aguilar J, Simoff S, Cohen A, 2010, Authentic Interactive Reenactment of Cultural Heritage with 3D Virtual Worlds and Artificial Intelligence, International Journal of Applied Artificial Intelligence, Special Issue on Intelligent Virtual Agents, vol 24, no. 6, pp 617-647.
Moshtaghi M, Havens T, Bezdek J, Park L, Leckie C, Rajasegarar S, Keller J, Palaniswami M, 2011, Clustering ellipses for anomaly detection, Pattern Recognition, vol 44, no. 1, pp 55-69.
Maeder A, Gogoa S, Hartvigsen G, 2011, Next Generation Telehealth, Contribution of the IMIA Telehealth Working Group, Yearbook of Medical Informatics, vol 2011, no. 3, pp 15-20.
Nguyen Q, Simoff S, Catchpoole D, 2011, Interactive Visualisation with User Perspective for Biological Data Analysis in Health Informatics: The Transformative Power of Innovation - Selected Papers from the 19th Australian National Health Informatics Conference (HIC 2011), Hansen, D.P., Maeder, A.J. and Schaper, L.K., Netherlands, pp 125-132.
Nguyen Dinh T, Nguyen T, 2011, Firm-specific marketing capital and job satisfaction of marketers: Evidence from Vietnam, Learning Organization, vol 18, no. 3, pp 251-263.
Nguyen Dinh T, Nguyen T, 2011, Enhancing relationship value between manufacturers and distributors through personal interaction: Evidence from Vietnam, Journal of Management Development, vol 30, no. 4, pp 316-328.
Nguyen Dinh T, Nguyen T, 2011, The WTO, marketing and innovativeness capabilities of Vietnamese firms, Management Research Review, vol 34, no. 6, pp 712-726.
Nguyen Dinh T, Barrett N, Miller K, 2011, Brand loyalty in emerging markets, Marketing Intelligence and Planning, vol 29, no. 3, pp 222-232
Nguyen Dinh T, Nguyen T, 2011, An examination of selected marketing mix elements and brand relationship quality in transition economies: Evidence from Vietnam, Journal of Relationship Marketing, vol 10, no. 1, pp 43-56
Park L, Ramamohanarao K, 2011, Multiresolution Web link analysis using generalized link relations, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, vol 23, no. 11, pp 1691-1703.
Rocker C, Maeder A, 2011, User-Centered Design of Smart Healthcare Applications, Electronic Journal of Health Informatics, vol 6, no. 2, pp 1-3.
Catchpoole D, Kennedy P, Skillicorn D, Simoff S, 2010, The curse of dimensionality: A blessing to personalized medicine, Journal of Clinical Oncology, vol 28, no. 34, pp e723-e724.
Debenham J, Simoff S, 2010, The honourable negotiator: When the relationship is what matters, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 6464, pp 344-353.
Debenham J, Simoff S, 2010, Electronic trading environments for web 3.0, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, vol 61 LNBIP, no. 0, pp 146-157.
Deray K, Simoff S, 2010, Kinetic inter-acting: A system for visual analysis of interaction dynamics, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Visualisation, pp 73-78.
Nguyen T, Nguyen Dinh T, 2010, Determinants of learning performance of business students in a transitional market, Quality Assurance in Education, vol 18, no. 4, pp 304-316.
Zhang Y, Park L, Moffatt A, 2010, Click-based evidence for decaying weight distributions in search effectiveness metrics, Information Retrieval, vol 13, no. 1, pp 46-69.
Yu T, Simoff S, Jan T, 2010, VQSVM: a case study for incorporating prior domain knowledge into inductive machine learning, Neurocomputing, vol 73, no. 13-15, pp 2614-2623.