Poster Sessions

An Empirical Study of Linear Separability on Authorship Attribution Feature Spaces [Abstract]

John Noecker
Undergraduate student, Department of Computer Science
Duquesne University

Making Sense and Finding Cents: NEH Funding Opportunities in the Digital Humanities [Abstract]

Jason Rhody
Senior Program Officer
Office of Digital Humanities
National Endowment for the Humanities

JGAAP : A System for Comparative Evaluation of Authorship Attribution [Abstract]

Patrick Juola
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Duquesne University

The Devil in the Details: Reconstructing Chicago’s White City [Abstract]

Lisa M. Snyder, Ph.D.
The Urban Simulation Team
UCLA

Visualizing Relative Wiki Contributions [Abstract]

Stan Ruecker
Assistant Professor
English and Humanities Computing
University of Alberta, Canada

Ancient Towns and New Methods: A GIS and Remote Sensing-Guided Archaeological Survey in the Western Nile Delta [Abstract]

Joshua
 Trampier
Associate
 Director
Center 
for 
Ancient 
Middle 
Eastern 
Landscapes
Oriental 
Institute
University 
of 
Chicago

Engaging the Virtual Landscape: serious gaming environments as tools in historical landscape reconstruction and interpretation [Abstract]

Susan Bergeron, PhD student
Dept. of Geology and Geography
West Virginia University

Re-imagining Past Worlds: Issues and Challenges in the Use of 3D Graphics to Create Historical Reconstructions [Abstract]

James Coltrain
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History
Northwestern University

Making Sense of Interface Design: Implementing Searchling, a Visual Thesaurus-Enhanced Interface for Multilingual Digital Libraries [Abstract]

Amy Stafford
Department of English and Film Studies
University of Alberta

Paras Mehta
Graduate student, Faculty of Medicine
University of Alberta

Digital Art Histories: Databases and Curatorial Practices in the Preservation of Early Computer Art [Abstract]

Paul Hertz
Collaborative Applications Developer, The Collaboratory Project
Northwestern University

World Community Grid [Abstract]

John Tolva
Senior Program Manager for Cultural Strategy and Programs
IBM Corporation

Please Note: All names listed above are of presenters at the colloquium. For a full list of authors, please see the individual poster abstracts.