Alexander Reinhold

PhD student

Research Overview

I am a PhD candidate in the ‘Geospatial Innovations’ project, with an aim to develop a prototype deep map that allows a range of user-groups to gain new understandings of the importance of space and place to Lake District heritage. My primary interests are in the use of computer applications in archaeology for the purpose of digital documentation of heritage sites and the dissemination of data to the public. My background is in the documentation of heritage sites with 3D laser scanning and photogrammetry, and the development of apps for museum exhibits and GIS applications for large datasets.

A deeply annotated testbed for geographical text analysis: The Corpus of Lake District Writing
Rayson, P.E., Reinhold, A., Butler, J., Donaldson, C.E., Gregory, I.N., Taylor, J.E. 7/11/2017 In: GeoHumanities'17 Proceedings of the 1st ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Geospatial Humanities. New York : Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) p. 9-15. 7 p. ISBN: 9781450354967.
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Exploring Deep Mapping Concepts: Crosthwaite’s Map and West’s Picturesque Stations
Reinhold, A., Donaldson, C.E., Gregory, I.N., Rayson, P.E. 14/09/2017 In: Proceedings of Workshops and Posters at the 13th International Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2017). Cham : Springer p. 265-273. 9 p. ISBN: 9783319639451. Electronic ISBN: 9783319639468.
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