Lorna M. Hughes

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The UK and wider international e-Research initiatives are entering a critical phase in which they need to move from the development of the basic underlying technology, demonstrators, prototypes and early applications to wider adoption and the development of stable infrastructures. In this paper we will review existing work on studies of infrastructure and(More)
Although a substantial corpus of digital materials is now available to scholarship across the disciplines, objective evidence of their use, impact, and value, based on a robust assessment, is sparse. Traditional methods of assessment of impact in the humanities, notably citation in scholarly publications, are not an effective way of assessing impact of(More)
This paper examines common issues thrown up by the four successful responses to the JISC VRE development programme made by academics working within the Arts and Humanities. It focuses on the general strategic benefits to, and user needs in, these communities that VREs bring, VREs as agents of resource discovery and enhancement, integration with existing(More)
Computer vision has addressed many problems in art, but has not yet looked in detail at the way artistic style can develop and evolve over the course of an artist's career. In this paper we take a computational approach to modelling stylistic change in the body of work amassed by Sir John “Kyffin” Williams, a nationally renowned and prolific(More)
The UK and wider international e-Research initiatives are entering a critical phase in which they need to move from the development of the basic underlying technology, demonstrators, prototypes and early applications to wider adoption and the development of stable infrastructures. In this paper we will review existing work on studies of infrastructure and(More)
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