Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage - ISSN 2212-0548
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): 0.922 Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP):
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SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): 0.252 SCImago Journal Rank (SJR):
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Volumes: Volumes 8-11
Issues: 4 issues
ISSN: 22120548

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Description

Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (DAACH) is an on-line, peer-reviewed journal in which scholars can publish 3D digital models of the world's cultural heritage sites, monuments, and palaeoanthropological remains accompanied by associated academic articles.

The journal aims both to preserve digital cultural heritage models and to provide access to them for the scholarly community to facilitate the academic debate. DAACH offers scholars the opportunity of publishing their models online with full interactivity so that users can explore them at will. It is unique in that its focus is on the application of 3D modeling to cultural heritage. DAACH will provide full peer-review for all 3D models, not just the text, 2D renderings or video fly-throughs, and requires all models to be accompanied by metadata, documentation, and a related article, explaining the history of the subject and its state of preservation, as well as an account of the modeling project itself. The journal focuses on scholarship that either promotes the application of 3D technologies to the fields of archaeology, art and architectural history, and palaeoanthropology or uses 3D technology to make a significant contribution to the study of built structures, works of art or palaeoanthropological remains.

The provision of a 3D model is not compulsory for an article to be published in this journal.