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Course Name
Turkish Mimari Tasarımda Bilişimde Özel Konular
English Spec.Topics in Arc.Design Com.
Course Code
MBL 617E Credit Lecture
Semester -
- 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Güzden Varinlioğlu
Özgün Balaban
Sema Alaçam
Course Objectives To help students understand the link between cultural heritage and computing; to introduce key issues in digital heritage; to provide students with the basic theoretical and practical knowledge of digital methods such as GIS, AR/VR, AI.
Course Description The course is an introduction to Digital Heritage and has a two-fold purpose. In addition to giving an overview of theories and principles in digital heritage, both in Turkey and internationally, the course gives an introduction to research methods in three areas related to cultural heritage: collection/management, visualization/communication, and analysis/ interpretation.
Course Outcomes Students who take this course gain will knowledge, ability and proficiency in the following subjects:
Knowledge of historical, contemporary and specialized issues in the area of visual computation through original research,
Understanding of the interdisciplinarity of computation in cultural heritage,
Ability to assess methods and applications of digital heritage through systematic approaches,
Ability to assess and apply research methodology,
Competence in creative and critical thinking, problem-solving and decision making.
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Textbook -
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Castro F., Dostal C. (2020) Computer Graphics for Archaeology. In: Liarokapis F., Voulodimos A., Doulamis N., Doulamis A. (eds) Visual Computing for Cultural Heritage. Springer Series on Cultural Computing. Springer.
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