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The role of software in cultural heritage issues: Types, user needs and design guidelines based on principles of interaction

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1 Author(s)
Patricia Martín-Rodilla ; Institute of Heritage Sciences - Incipit-Spanish National Research Council - CSIC-Santiago de Compostela, Spain

In most cases, the studied software in the cultural heritage domain has been designed from the perspective of other disciplines, such as forestry engineering, geography or documentation. In the Institute of Heritage Sciences, the cultural heritage is studied as a research topic, with methodologies to study the cultural heritage activities and considering the processing of data derived from these processes like a way to add value and knowledge in these contexts [4]. From this perspective, this paper shows a process of requirement elicitation with cultural heritage professionals and the needs identified by them. It mainly focuses on the identification of interaction human-computer (IHC) needs.

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2012 Sixth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

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16-18 May 2012