Schedule


DSDAH 2018 features a short keynote speech and three sessions: 3 full paper presentations, 6 abstract/spotlight presentations, and a poster session. A PDF version of the programme can be downloaded here.

Important instructions for speakers and poster sessions

All participants should pay the corresponding registration fee through the KDD conference registration system.

The conference venue can be found here.

The KDD conference schedule and some additional important information can be found here
13:00-13:10 Workshop opening

Introductory notes and logistics, by Panagiotis Papapetrou

Data science for digital art history: Negotiating close and distant reading”, by Ewa Machotka

13:10-13:25 Keynote Speech

“Machine Unlearning”, by Lev Manovich (recording), Professor of Computer Science, The Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY), Director, Cultural Analytics Lab

13:25-14:30 Session 1: full paper presentations (20 mins each)

  • Annotating shadows, highlights and faces: the contribution of a ‘human in the loop’ for digital art history. Maarten Wijntjes
  • Classifying digitized art type and time period. Sean Yang, Boom Mook Oh, Daniel Merchant, Bill Howe and Jevin West
  • Showing Context and Relationships in Museum Collections using Formal Concept Analysis. Peter Eklund and Tim Wray
14:30- 15:00 Coffee break
15:00- 16:10 Session 2: spotlight presentations (10 mins each)

  • Deep feature extraction based on an L2-constrained combination of center and softmax loss functions for ukiyo-e image recommendation. Lilang Xiong, Zhenao Wei, Wenwen Ouyang, Yulin Cai, Ruck Thawonmas, Keiko Suzuki and Masaaki Kidachi
  • Visual analytics of Hebrew manuscripts codicological metadata. Tiago Pateiro, Debora Marques de Matos and Elsa Cardoso
  • WebGIS-based Application for Compering Rakuchū rakugai-zu Folding Screens. Keiji Yano, Masaru Tsuchida, Satoshi Imamura and Masanori Yamaji
  • Chromatic Structure and Family Resemblance in Large Art Collections — Exemplary Quantification and Visualizations. Loan Tran, Maximilian Schich, Jevin West and Poshen Lee
  • Building the arguments around the productions of Katsushika Hokusai’s single sheet impressions. Dominic Oldman, Stephanie Santschi and Diana Tanase
  • Measuring relevance in art exhibition ecosystems: discussion and critical inquiry through a case study. Nuria Rodríguez Ortega, Juan-Luis Suárez and Daniel Varona
16:10- 17:00 Session 3: poster session

Open poster presentations and discussion