Publications and Presentations

Computer Science Research Support

Pintus, Ruggero, Ying Yang, Enrico Gobbetti, and Holly Rushmeier. “A TaLISMAN: Automatic text and line segmentation of historical manuscripts.” In EUROGRAPHICS Workshops on Graphics and Cultural Heritage, pp. 35-44. 2014. DOI = {10.2312/gch.20141302}

Ruggero Pintus, Ying Yang, and Holly Rushmeier. 2015. ATHENA: Automatic Text Height Extraction for the Analysis of Text Lines in Old Handwritten Manuscripts. J. Comput. Cult. Herit. 8, 1, Article 1 (February 2015), 25 pages. DOI= (revised and expanded version of conference paper: R. Pintus, Y. Yang and H. Rushmeier, “ATHENA: Automatic text height extraction for the analysis of old handwritten manuscripts,” Digital Heritage International Congress (DigitalHeritage), 2013, Marseille, 2013, pp. 605-612. doi: 10.1109/DigitalHeritage.2013.6743802.)

Rushmeier, Holly, Ruggero Pintus, Ying Yang, Christiana Wong, and David Li. “Examples of challenges and opportunities in visual analysis in the digital humanities.” In Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Conference Series, vol. 9394, pr. 939414-1 to 939414-9. 2015. doi:10.1117/12.2083342

R. Pintus, Y. Yang, E. Gobbetti and H. Rushmeier, “An automatic word-spotting framework for medieval manuscripts,” 2015 Digital Heritage, Granada, 2015, pp. 5-12. doi: 10.1109/DigitalHeritage.2015.7419446

Y. Yang, R. Pintus, E. Gobbetti and H. Rushmeier, “Automated color clustering for medieval manuscript analysis,” 2015 Digital Heritage, Granada, 2015, pp. 101-104. doi: 10.1109/DigitalHeritage.2015.7419462

IIIF Specifications

M. Appleby, R. Sanderson, S. Snydman, J. Stroop, S. Warner.  IIIF Image API 2.0  released September 11th, 2014

B. Albritton, M. Appleby, R. Sanderson, J. Stroop.  IIIF Presentation API 2.0 released August 12th, 2014

M. Appleby, T. Crane, R. Sanderson, J. Stroop, S. Warner, IIIF Image API 2.1 (Draft)

M. Appleby, T. Crane, R. Sanderson, J. Stroop, S. Warner, IIIF Presentation API 2.1 (Draft)

M. Appleby, T. Crane, R. Sanderson, J. Stroop, S. Warner, IIIF Authentication API 0.91 (Draft)

M. Appleby, T. Crane, R. Sanderson, J. Stroop, S. Warner, IIIF Search API 0.9.1 (Draft)

IIIF Presentations

S. Snydman, D. Winget, M. Appleby, B. Albritton, T. Cramer, “Introducing Mirador: Interoperability in Practice”, Digital Library Federation Fall Forum, Austin, Texas, November 2013

M. Appleby, “Case Study: Yale Center for British Art”, Sharing Images of Global Cultural Heritage, London, England, October 20th, 2014

M. Appleby, B. A. Shailor, “IIIF at Yale”, Digital Manuscript Studies 2015, University of Toronto, February 7th, 2015

M. Appleby, R. Sanderson, J. Stroop, “An Introduction to the International Image Interoperability Framework”, Visual Resources Association 33rd Annual Conference, March 14th, 2015

M. Appleby, “Use Case: Tagging and Discovery”, Sharing Images of Global Cultural Heritage, Washington, D.C., May 5th 2015

M. Appleby, “Tagging and Pedagogy”, IIIF: Access to the World’s Images, Ghent, Belgium, December 8th 2015

Medieval Audiences

A.Winroth, “Gratian,” in Christianity and Family Law, ed. J. Witte, Jr. and G.S. Hauk, Cambridge University Press (forthcoming in 2017)

For the web-site for the complete edition (in-progress)

For the web-site for the Gratian editorial project at Yale and the constant updates on the current state of the edition,

L. F. Davis, “IIIF, Mirador, and Otto Ege: The Pedagogical Possibilities” presented at

A Symposium of the Research Group on Manuscript Evidence, Princeton, N.J., March 25th 2016 (panel organized by B.A. Shailor)

E. Weiskott, Multispectral Imaging and Medieval Manuscripts” The Routledge Handbook on Digital Medieval Literature and Culture, ed. Jennifer Boyle and Helen Burgess (Routledge, under contract)

E. Weiskott, “A Library of English Inks, 1250-1500” (in preparation)

B. A. Shailor and M. Appleby, “IIIF & Manuscripts”, IIIF Manuscript Group, Ghent, Belgium, December 5th 2015

B. A. Shailor, “Beinecke Osborn MS fa1: Some Results from Hyperspectral Imaging”, a preliminary presentation on multi-spectral imaging at the International John Gower Society meeting at the University of Rochester (July, 2014); revised and expanded version on-line as B. A. Shailor and E. Weiskott, “Digital Analysis of the Inks and Pigments in the Manuscripts of John Gower’s Poetry”  released September 11, 2015

Panel at the International Medieval Congress at Kalamazoo, Michigan, “Digitally Enabled Scholarship of Medieval Manuscripts: A Roundtable”, May 2015, which focused on the projects of Minnis, Butterfield, Shailor, Brantley, Winroth, and Rushmeier

Publications and Presentations
Publication Date: 
Wednesday, March 30, 2016