The EnCAB Scientific Committee contributes to EnCAB in three areas: teaching, algorithms and case studies. Through their teaching they make students aware of EnCAB and how to use it. This can be through classes dealing with architecture or through mentoring of students working on theses. The members of the scientific committee also contribute references to algorithms which are not already present in EnCAB. Finally, members of the committee contribute examples of buildings in the architectural record which can serve as case studies.
I have temporarily ceased asking scholars to join the scientific committee so that they are able to act as reviewers for current grant applications.
Bernie Frischer Professor of Informatics, Indiana University
Eric Kansa Alexandria Archive Institute & Open Context
Jason Ur Department of Anthropology, Harvard University
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