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Innovation in Intelligent Management of Heritage Buildings

J. Martins (ed.)
approx. 130 p., 7 colour ill., 13 b/w tables, 200 x 280 mm
ISBN: 978-2-503-58564-2
Languages: English
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Management of historical buildings

Table of Contents
1. Foreword
2. Acknowledgement
3. COST Action TD1406 – i2MHB
3.1. Introduction
3.1.1. Cultural heritage management
3.1.2. Special consideration on Cultural Heritage Buildings
3.2. Initial network of proponents
3.3. Action’s objectives
3.4. Organizational structure
3.5. Action network and instruments
3.6. Conclusions
4. Heritage building / site use cases’ STSMs: Early Stage Researchers’ perspective
4.1. Introduction
4.2. General STSM objectives
4.3. Background of the HB/site
4.4. Stakeholders and public
4.5. Trial of evidence
4.6. Dilemmas
4.7. New challenges
4.8. Conclusions
5. Good practices in Heritage Buildings’ Management
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Approach to a holistic management of Cultural Heritage
5.2.1. Related works
5.3. Holistic Cultural Heritage management framework
5.4. Best practices on Heritage Buildings management
5.5. Database on heritage management practices
5.6. Heritage Building use cases analysis
5.7. Conclusions
6. Knowledge based IT platform for Heritage Buildings
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Interoperability for Heritage Buildings
6.2.1. Requirements
6.2.2. Parameters
6.3. Conceptualization of the Heritage Building domain
6.3.1. Heritage Building core ontology
6.4. IT Platform for Heritage Buildings
6.4.1. Concepts
6.5. Conclusions
7. Integration of Heritage Buildings and sites within their surroundings
7.1. Introduction
7.2. HBs/sites within their surroundings: key challenges for their preservation, conservation and valorisation
7.2.1. Key challenges
7.2.2. Examples of good practice and critical issues of integration of HBs/sites within their surroundings
7.3. Optimization strategies
7.3.1. The need for multi-criteria optimization procedures
7.3.2. Measures for protection and prevention of damage
7.3.3. Optimized management
7.3.4. Optimized interventions
7.3.5. Optimized visualisation, preservation and dissemination
7.4. Recommendations for an optimized integration
7.4.1. Key issues and their associated recommendations
7.4.2. European web platform based on the interoperability concept
7.4.3. European funding criteria
7.4.4. Smart heritage city
7.4.5. Cultural Heritage education
7.4.6. Future work
7.5. Validation of the public report “Integration of heritage buildings and sites within their surroundings”
7.6. Conclusions
8. The perception and social role of Heritage Buildings in modern society
8.1. Introduction
8.2. Interdisciplinarity in management of Cultural Heritage
8.3. Cultural Heritage – State of the Art
8.4. HBs categorization – Different position of different HBs in different surroundings. Their old and new functions.
8.5. How to define the social role of HBs? Major elements of sociological analysis of the importance of Heritage Buildings and the need to establish intelligent management
8.5.1. Methodology and major methods and techniques of social research that should be applied in the research of HBs
8.5.2. Questionnaires of different kinds for different purposes
8.5.2.1. Operationalization of the methods
8.5.2.2. Interpretation of the field-work research results concerning COST Action TD1406
8.5.3. Proposals for intelligent management of the HBs
8.5.4. Already identified (not necessarily listed) Cultural Heritage assets
8.5.5. The threats for not yet identified Cultural Heritage assets
8.6. Conclusion
9. Final remarks and recommendations
10. Notes on Contributors
11. Annex A – Selected Use Cases’ Description
12. Annex B – Questionnaire for Good Practices in Heritage Buildings’ Management
13. Annex C – Questionnaire for The perception and social role of Heritage Buildings in modern society
Interest Classification:
Medieval & Renaissance History (c.400-1500)
Medieval European history (400-1500) : auxiliary sciences
Archaeology

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