Research & Reports

The Temporal Modelling project has documented not only its design process and relation to the scholarly community, but also its conceptual and theoretical contributions to the visual representation of time. Some of these contributions include: a consideration of subjective positioning in temporal modelling; an understanding of time as inflected by perception (a concept appropriate to the humanities); proof-of-concept that visual composition systems can be used to generate regularized content models; and the development of specialized tools for modelling the temporal relations inherent in humanities data.


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