Kim Veltman

For over 40 years, Professor Kim Veltman (1948-2020) was the acknowledged world’s number one expert on technical perspective. He was also a leading scholar of Leonardo da Vinci, new media, and the history of the alphabet at the same time. Kim was a scholar who fervently studied the past—so that we might all learn how to shape the future conscientiously for the benefit of humanity.

Kim did so while being cognisant that there are—in reality—no isolated topics or unbreachable boundaries between things or people/organisations; because everything is connected to everything else (potentially in one sense or another).

Accordingly, Kim sought holistic viewpoints and uniting world-views—and he emphasised the myriad of links between different cultures, religions, subjects, alphabets, and languages.

Polymath

Kim Veltman was a polymath who authored 4 published books, 3 major treatises; 12 electronic books; 82 articles in books; 24 articles in refereed journals; 5 articles; 79 electronic articles, 16 reviews and 10 vision statements. But the incredible list of his contributions does not stop there; because we have found several dozens of articles that Kim had not gotten around to publishing in his lifetime.

The upshot is that Kim’s significant and monumental contribution(s) cut right across traditional subject disciplines in the arts and sciences.

Kim Veltman was incredibly prolific, and he somehow managed to find time to write several millions of words on a variety of subjects, including: perspective, Leonardo da Vinci, New Media, the Alphabet etc. It is our belief that Kim Veltman was one of the world’s greatest scientists—regardless of era—and his important contributions must be preserved for future generations.

Kim’s work stands as a testament to the comprehensive approach of the generalist—someone who studies all subjects meticulously and expansively—and who follows penetrating causal chains wherever they may lead. 

Kim Veltman Archive

Here at the PRC, we are building an archive of everything that Kim wrote in his lifetime, and we shall make it available for free on this site.

Please be patient with us because it will take some time to list all of the hundreds of publications authored by Kim.

But rest assured, we shall complete this process by mid-2022.

Kim Veltman archive list (partially complete): Kim Veltman Archive.pdf

Kim Veltman CV (64 pages): Kim Veltman CV.pdf

Download links for all of Kim’s publications will be posted below.

Watch this space for regular updates!

Kim Veltman Publications

Kim Veltman published a huge volume of written work over his lifetime, amounting to several million words, spread across several hundred individual publications.

Here at the PRC, we intend to publish every single one of Kim’s amazing works; including all of his unpublished works. It is our opinion that the archive represents a vitally important scientific resource for humanity.

Listed below are over one hundred publications written by Kim that we are making available for free download, but please be aware that due to the size of the task, it will be some time before we can make everything public.

N.B. The list of Kim Veltman publications given below is only a preliminary version, and is not yet complete in terms of providing a complete list of everything authored by Kim. Plus, only a small sample of publications are currently available in pdf format (shown as clickable blue links). We are working hard to finish the list and also to increase the number of available publications.

N.B. As detailed in his CV, Kim developed over 400 lectures and seminars (in a variety of media formats), and we do not intend to publish these at present; however, as time allows, we may decide to publish remarkable examples including a video lecture series by Kim on the alphabet, plus examples of power point presentations etc.

N.B. A complete list of all perspective-related publications by Kim Veltman is included in the list of primary publications below. However, for convenient access, we have also gathered together all of the articles and papers Kim penned on perspective under the Publications heading on the main menu of this site.

We are also planning to categorise Kim’s publications according to subject indexes.

Thank you for your kind patience.

Academic Theses by Kim Veltman

Kim Veltman’s Undergraduate Thesis

  • > Perfection and Infinity (York) – Undergraduate_Thesis.pdf

Kim Veltman’s Ph.D. Thesis

Books by Kim Veltman

N.B. The Studies on Leonardo da Vinci books will be published here soon as pdf documents; whereby volume 1 will be a scan of the published book, and volumes 2,3 will initially be scans of manuscripts prior to publication.

Treatise(s) by Kim Veltman

Kim Veltman produced three major treatise(s) in his lifetime as follows:

The Encyclopedia of Leonardo da Vinci

  • > Volume 1: Introduction: The Works of Leonardo da Vinci
  • > Volume 2: Visualisation and Perspective
  • > Volume 3: Leonardo da Vinci and the Roots of Scientific Visualisation 
  • > Volume 4: Leonardo’s Method
  • > Volume 5: Linear Perspective and Visual Dimensions of Science and Art
  • > Volume 6: Continuity and Discovery in Optics and Astronomy
  • > Volume 7: Vision and Astronomy
  • > Volume 8: Conclusions
  • > Volume 9: Appendix

N.B. The above volumes represent an amalgamation of everything Kim Veltman wrote on the subject of Leonardo da Vinci, and these volumes have not yet been published (approx 3000 pages).

The Encyclopedia of Perspective

N.B. The above volumes can be downloaded on this site (see Encyclopedia of Perspective tab [2020, 2500 pages]).

Alphabets of Life

> Alphabets of Life – Scholar’s Edition (2014, approx. 3000 pages)

Vision Statements

  1. “Perspective Institute. Centre for Changing Relations Between Man, Representation and the Measured World”, 1975.
  2. “Reality, Knowledge and Excellence”, 1981.
  3. “A Proposal Concerning the Reorganization of Knowledge”, 1981.
  4. Proposals Concerning a Chair in Visual History, January 1981.
  5. “The McLuhan Global Village Demo Room: A New Kind Of Showcase,” 1992.
  6. “National Networked Centre for Education and Training,” 1992.
  7. “Marshall McLuhan Information Technology Research Centre,” 1993.
  8. SUMMA, 1995.
  9. Series: Roadmaps for a New Europe.
  10. Open SUMS, Maastricht, 2013.

Reviews

  1. Alfredo M. Ronchi, e-Culture. Cultural Content in the Digital Age, Springer: Heidelberg, 2009.
  2. Leonardo da Vinci. Corbis Reveals the Mysterious Writings of the Original Renaissance Man. Bellevue: Corbis, 1996. (Not for Export. For Distribution within North America Only). CD ROM, MCN Spectra, vol. 25, no. 2, Winter 1997/98, pp. 48-49.
  3. Donatella Failla, ed., Lacche Giapponesi nel Museo Chiossone: manuale di analisi e descrizione catalografica, Genoa: Sagep Editrice, 1993. (Regione Liguria. Ufficio Musei e Beni Culturali), Knowledge Organization (formerly International Classification), Frankfurt, vol. 21, no. 2, 1994, pp. (In press).
  4. Michael Giesecke, Der Buchdruck in der frühen Neuzeit. Eine historische Fallstudie über die Durchsetzung neuer Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien, (Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1991), McLuhan Studies, Toronto, vol. 2, (1992), (In press).
  5. Martin Kemp, The Science of Art, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990), Kunstchronik, Munich, Jg. 44, Heft 5, (May 1991), pp.285-290.
  6. Christoph Meinel, ed., Die Alchemie in der europäischen Kultur und Wissenschaftsgeschichte (Wiesbaden: Otto Harrasowitz 1986) Wolfenbüttler Forschungen, Band 32, Annals of Science, London, Vol. 45, no. 3, (May 1988), pp.324-325.
  7. Michael Kubovy, The Psychology of perspective and Renaissance art, (Cambridge, 1986), Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 24, (1988), pp. 79-80.
  8. Rob Ruurs, Saenredam, The Art of Perspective, (Amsterdam, Benjamins l987) (Oculi, Studies in the Art of the Low Countries, Vol l), Simiolus, Amsterdam, Vol. 17, (1988), pp. 275-276.
  9. Nicholas Jardine, The Birth of History and Philosophy of Science, (Cambridge, 1984) Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Ottawa, Vol. 80, No. 2, (April 1986), pp. 118-120.
  10. Leonardo da Vinci – Anatomical Drawings from the Royal Library Windsor Castle, Kenneth D. Keele ed., (New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1984), Annals of Science, London, Vol. 42, No.4, (July 1985), pp. 189-190.
  11. Michael Heidelberger, Sigrun Thiessen, Natur und Erfahrung, (Reinbek bei Hamburg, 1981), Annals of Science, London, Vol. 39, No. 3, (July 1985), pp.441- 442.
  12. Svetlana Alpers, The Art of Describing, (Chicago, 1983), Kunstchronik, Munich, Bd. 37 (7), (1984), pp. 262-267
  13. Lise Bek, Towards Paradise on Earth: Modern Space Conception in Architecture, (Odense University Press, 1980), Annals of Science, London, Vol. 39, No. 3, (1982), pp. 320-322.
  14. Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr., Perspective, Optics and Delft Artists Around 1650, (New York, 1977), Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, Münster, Bd. 42, (1979), pp. 81-82.
  15. S. Edgerton Jr., The Renaissance Rediscovery of Linear Perspective, (New York, 1975), The Art Bulletin, New York, Vol. 59, No. 2, (July 1977), pp. 281-282.
  16. D. C. Lindberg, Theories of Vision from Alkindi to Kepler, (Chicago, 1976), Annals of Science, London, Vol. 34, No. 4, (July 1977), pp. 439-441

Sections in Books

  1. “Perspective from Antiquity to the Present,” Eva London, July 2017. Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, London: BCS, pp. 33-35.
  2. “Digital Libraries and Search Engines: A Progress Report,”11th International Conference on Webometrics, Informetrics and Scientometrics & 16th COLLNET Meeting, Delhi, India, 26-28 November, 2015.
  3. Bridges, Languages and Cultures,” GENÇLİK VE KÜLTÜREL MİRASIMIZ, International Congress on Youth and Culture, Sansun, Turkey, 15-18 May, 2014, pp. 773-788, Ceylan Ofset , Samsun, 2014.
  4. “Towards a Meaningful Web of Knowledge”, Handbook. Computer Engineering and Innovations in Education for Virtual Learning Environments, Intelligent Systems and Communicability, Blue Herons Editions, 2012, pp. 1-32.
  5. “Learning Habits versus Habits for Knowledge”: New Horizons in Creative Open Software, Multimedia, Human Factors and Software Engineering, Bergamo: Blue Herons, 2012, pp. 1-11.
  6. “Alphabets, Myths and Tourism,” First International Workshop. Human-Computer Interaction, Tourism and Cultural Heritage (HCITOCH 2010), Brescello, 7-9 September 2010, Bergamo: Blue Herons, 2010, pp. 1-6.
  7. “Mediae novea fontesque novae. De Luna, Mithra, et Proserpina Quodlibetica,” Servizi e Contenuti Digitali. Gli Elementi Base della Societa della Conoscenza, Napoli 26 Giugnio 2006, Napoli: Università degli studi di Napoli, a cura di R. Valenti, Pozzuoli: Naus Editoria, 2010, pp. 15-25.
  8. “Perspective, Space, Time, Line and Number,” Convegno Internazionale di Studi “Urbino e la prospettiva”, Urbino, 9-11 October 2006, Foligno: Cartei e Biachi, 2009, pp. 279-289.
  9. “Links to Truth and Memory in a Digital Age”: Library and Information science in digital age: Essays in honour of Prof M P Satija”, ed by Jagtar Singh, Indervir Malhan and Trishanjit Kaur, New Delhi: Ess Publications, 2009, Vol. 1, pp. 403-418.
  10. “Four Ways that Digital Communications are Transforming Scholarship. Sources, Names, Claims and Scope”, Perspectives in Knowledge Management. Ed. Prof. I V Malhan and Shivarama Rao, Lanham, MD.: Scarecrow Press, 2008, pp. 129-154. (ISBN- 13:978-0-8108-6104-6).
  11. “Memory Institutions in a Networked World,” Memory in Digits. Communication of Memory in Archives, Museums and Libraries: The Interaction of Science, Policy and PracticeInternational Conference, 4-5 October, 2007, Vilnius: Vilnius universiteto leidiykla, pp. 17-33. 
  12. “Linee, nodi e draghi: l’astronomia come chiave per una mitologia interculturale”, La Mente,il corpo, e i loro enigmi. Saggi di Filosofia, Rome: Stamen, 2007, pp. 145- 170.
  13. “Scenari di frontiera del Digitale” and “Astronomy, Aesculapius, and Long Term Preservation,” Internazionale sul tema”, Conservare il digitale. Un confronto internazionale, Asolo, 29 September 2006 Asolo: Tipografia Battagin, 2007, pp. 11-13, 175-180.
  14. “The New Book of Nature“, eARCOM 07. Sistemi informativi per l’Architettura Convegno Internazionale, Con il Patrocinio di UNESCO. Ministero dei Beni Culturali, CIPA, Regione Marche, Ancona-Portonovo Hotel La Fonte, 17-18-19 Maggio 2007, Ancona: Alinea Editrice, 2007, pp. 659-669.
  15. “Culture, Creativity and the Internet”, Prospective de l’Internet – Foresight of the Internet: Digital networks as structuring tools for the Knowledge RegionsActes du colloque, Marie-Anne Delahaut. Ed. Préface de Viviane Reding, Postface de Markus Kummer, Namur: Institut Destrée, 2005, pp. 365-394. A version also given as a keynote at the conference: Continuity and Change, Die Schmiede, Hallein, 11 June 2005.
  16. “Cultural and Historical Meta-data: MEMECS (Metadonnées et Mémoire Collective Systématique),” WWW9, Amsterdam, 2000, in: Digital Heritage. Cultural Heritage and Information Communication Technology in conjunction with 9th International Conference on WWW, Milan: Deleyva Editore, 2004, pp. 137-150. Also published electronically as: “Cultural and Historical Metadata, MEMECS (Metadonnées et Mémoire Collective Systématique),” Cultivate Interactive, Issue 1, July 2000.
  17. “Accès dynamique à la connaissance,” Europe, Diversité culturelle, et mondialisations, (Conference: Université de la Mondialisation, Paris, Parc de la Villette, 4 June 2003), Paris: Harmattan, 2005, pp. 75-80.
  18. “Retos para las applicaciones de TIC/TCU en el Patrimonio Cultural,” Cartagena: Ayuntiamento. Concejaliá de Cultura 3000 Informaticá, 2005, pp. 13-51.
  19. Reprint in French: “Les défis aux applications des technologies de l’information et de la Communication dans le patrimoine pour les prochaines décennies.”
  20. “Access, Claims and Quality on the Internet”, Keynote at: Open Culture, Accessing and Sharing Knowledge. Scholarly Production in the Digital Age, Università di Milano, Milan , 27-29 June 2005, pp. 7.
  21. “Mondi reali e mondi virtuali, sistemi SUMS e G7” and “La prospettiva alle origini della realtà virtuale,” Publication of Lecture Series, Reggio Calabria, 1998, Published in: Architettura &, ed. Marcello Sestito, Reggio Calabria: Jason Editrice, 2004, pp.85-98.
  22. “La ricostruzione storica delle città attraverso i metodi computerizzati,” Keynote published in: Congresso Internazionale di Studi in onore di Eugenio Battisti. Università degli Studi “Mediterranea” di Reggio Calabria, 22-23-24 maggio 2001, Reggio Calabria, 2004).
  23. “Kultur und Wissen im digitaler Zeitalter,” Das Gesicht der Welt. Medien in der digitalen Kultur, Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2004, pp. 13-29.
  24. “Challenges for ICT/UCT Applications in Cultural Heritage,” Seville: Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Historico, 2004.
  25. “Edutainment, Technotainment e cultura,” Cultura in Gioco. Le nuove frontiere di musei, didattica e industria culturale nell’era dell’interattività, Florence: Giunti, 2004, pp. 165-205.
  26. E-Culture, Art History and Museum Studies,” Changing the way research is done. The user perspective on e-infrastructure. Brussels: European Commission, December 2003, pp. 66-67. Lecture introducing the EU’s Memorandum of Understanding on Multimedia Access to Digital Culture.
  27. “Challenges and Potentials for Sharing between the Network of Excellence For Research and Education on Digital Silk Roads (NERE/DSR) and E-Culture Net,” Second UNESCO Digital Silk Roads Conference, Nara, 10-12 December 2003, Tokyo: NII, 2004, pp. 37-48.
  28. “Towards New Cultural Histories in a Networked World,” EVA Moscow, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, 1-5 December 2003, Moscow: Centre PIC, 2003, pp. 66-75. Also a Russian version.
  29. “Paradoxes of Perspective: Ideal and Real Cities,” Convegno internazionale. Imago urbis. Images des Villes. Towns Images. Commission Internationale pour l’Histoire des Villes,” Bologna, 2002, Roma: Viella Libreria Editrice, 2003, pp. 89-100.
  30. “E-Culture Net: European Network of Centres of Excellence for Research and Education in Digital Culture,” EVA Moscow, Moscow: Centre PIC of Ministry of Culture of Russia, December 2002, pp. 24-28.
  31. “European Networks of Excellence and Japanese/UNESCO Silk Roads,” Tokyo Symposium for Digital Silk Roads, UNESCO, National Institute of Informatics, National Center of Sciences, Tokyo, 11-13 December, 2001, Tokyo: National Institute for Informatics, 2002. pp. 135-145.
  32. Trends and perspective: the new technologies,” European Museum Forum, Palazzo Reale di Pisa, 2001, Quaderni. Cultura Europea e Musei, Pontedera: Fondazione Piaggio, Nuova Serie, no. 1, 2002, pp. 144-157. With an Italian translation: “Tendenze e prospettive: le nuove tecnologie.”
  33. “Challenges for a Semantic Web,” Semantic Web Workshop 2002. Proceedings of the International Workshop on the Semantic Web 2002 (at the Eleventh International World Wide Web Conference), Hawaii, May 7, 2002, Honolulu, Hawaii, pp. 16-22.
  34. European Networks of Excellence and Global Digital Culture,” EVA-Beijing, Abstracts, Tsinghua University, Beijing, April 2002, pp. 72-75.
  35. “Syntactic and Semantic Interoperability, New Approaches to Knowledge and the Semantic Web,” New Review of Information Networking, Cambridge: Taylor Graham, Volume 7, 2001, pp. 159-183.
  36. “A (European) Network of Centres of Excellence for Augmented Digital Culture,” CULTH2: Die Zukunft des Digitalen Kulturellen ErbesThe Future of Digitized Cultural Heritage, Vienna: MUMOK, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, 2002, pp. 43-47.
  37. “Developments and Challenges in Digital Culture,” Proceedings of the Moscow EVA Conference, Moscow: Russian Ministry of Culture, 2001, pp. 33-39. Separate publication of same in Russian: EVA 2001 Moskva, pp. 1-4-1 to 1-4-4.
  38. “La crescita nel settore dei musei virtuali,” Museo Contro Museo. Le strategie, gli strumenti, i resultati, [Cività Annual Report 2001], Florence: Giunti, 2001, pp. 260-296
  39. “Les répercussions des nouveaux médias,” L’avenir des musées,” Paris: Editions de la Réunion des Musées Nationaux, Musée du Louvre, 2001, pp. 383-395.
  40. “Abstract: Città ideale e città reale: I paradossi della prospettiva,” Imago urbis. L’immagine della città nella storia d’Italia, Bologna, 5 September 2001, Bologna: Università di Bologna, pp. 20-21, (+CD ROM).
  41. “Abstract: The Need for a Cultural Grid,” Nederlands ICT-Kenniscongres <2001>, 6 en 7 September 2001, Nederlands Congres Centrum, Den Haag, p. 39.
  42. “Scientific Visualization and Virtual Worlds, Augmented and Mixed Reality”, International Conference on Augmented Virtual Environments and Three-Dimensional Imaging (EUROIMAGE ICAV3D 2001, Mykonos, 2001 Thessaloniki: Publishing ZITI, p. 252. 
  43. “History of Art About and By Means of Computers,” ARCO 2001 ConferenceArco Noticias 20, Madrid, 2001, pp. 56-61
  44. “New Media and Transformations in Knowledge,” based on an opening keynote: “Metadata und die Transformation des Wissens,” Euphorie Digital? Aspekte der Wissensvermittlung in Kunst, Kultur und Technologie, Heinz Nixdorf Museums Forum, Paderborn, September 1998, Paderborn: Rheinisches Archiv und Museumsberatung und Heinz Nixdorf Museum, 2001, pp. 35-62.
  45. “Museum im Internet- eine Neue Bildungschance Neue Herausforderungen an die Museen,” ICOM: Internationales Symposium Lindau, Das Museum als Global Village, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2001, pp. 63-75.
  46. “A Proposal Concerning the Reorganization of Knowledge,” Information: Management, Sources and Other Studies: Essays in honour of Professor K. Navlani, ed. Ashu Shokeen, I. V. Malhan, T. D. Tilwani, M. P. Satija, New Delhi: Ess Ess Publications, 2001, vol. II, pp. 12-35.
  47. “The New Sphere of Knowledge, A Proposal for a Monastery of the 21st Century, d’Land e-culture, Luxembourg, 47 Jahrgang, 8 September 2000, p. 7. Originally published on the Internet in 1997.
  48. “Mesure, quantification et science”, L’époque de la Renaissance. Tome IV Crises et essors nouveaux, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2000, pp. 401-415.
  49. “European Network of Centres of Excellence in Digital Cultural Heritage and ICT,”EVA ’99 Moscow, Proceedings. New Information Technologies in the Cultural Area in the New Millennium, Moscow: Centre PIC, 1999, pp. 10~3~1-3.
  50. “Conceptual Navigation in Multimedia Knowledge Spaces,” TKE-1999, 5th International Congress and Workshops on Terminology and Knowledge Engineering, Vienna: TermNet, 1999, pp. 1-27.
  51. “Digital Reference Rooms: Access to Historical and Cultural Dimensions of Knowledge,” INET ’99 Conference, San Jose, 1999, 22 pp. (CD-ROM and Internet).
  52. “Towards a Global Vision of Meta-data: A Digital Reference Room,”Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference. Cultural Heritage Networks Hypermedia, Milan: Politecnico di Milano, 1999, pp. 199-209.
  53. “World Access to Cultural Heritage: An Integrating Strategy”, Acts of Congress: Beni Culturali. Reti Multimedialità, Milan: Politecnico di Milano, 1999, pp. 69-80.
  54. “Frontiers in Conceptual Navigation,” Herausforderungen an die Wissensorganisation: Viualisierung, multimediale Dokumente, Internetstrukturen, 5. Tagung der Deutschen Sektion der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Wissensoganisation, Berlin, October 1997, Hrsg. H. Czap, H. P. Ohly, S. Pribbenow, Würzburg: Ergon Verlag, 1998, pp. 129-139. The proceedings contain an abstract which appears in its full form in Knowledge Organization, vol. 24, no. 4, 1997, pp. 225-245.
  55. “Computers and the Importance of Culture,” Informatik Forum, Vienna, Bd. 12, Nr. 2, August 1998, pp. 76-82. Based on a lecture at the 28th Annual Conference: International Institute of Communications, October 1997, in Sydney.
  56. “New Roles for Education through the Internet”, INET ’97 Conference, Kuala Lumpur, 1997.
  57. “What Must be Done to realise the Scenarios?”, Multimedia Access to Europe’s Cultural Heritage. Bridging the Gap between Museums and Industry, Scenarios for Market Development, Brussels: ACTS Central Office, 1997, pp. 67-77.
  58. “Piero della Francesca and the Two Methods of Renaissance Perspective”, Convegno internazionale: Piero della Francesca 500 anni, 1492-1992, Urbino, Arezzo, Sansepolcro, October 1992, 1996, pp. 407-419.
  59. “Why Computers are Transforming the Meaning of Education,” ED-Media and ED- Telecomm Conference, Calgary, June 1997, ed. Tomasz Müldner, Thomas C. Reeves, Charlottesville: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, 1997, vol. II, pp. 1058-1076.
  60. “Panel: Prometheus Unbound Again: More Questions than Answers”, Citizens of the Electronic Village, Couchiching Institute on Public Affairs, 1996 Conference Proceedings, 1996, pp. 23-28.
  61. “Elektronische Medien, Die Wiedergeburt der Perspektive und die Fragmentierung der Perspektive”: Illusion und Simulation, ed. Stefan Iglhaut, Florian Rötzer, Elisabeth Schweeger, Munich: Cantz Verlag, 1995, pp. 26-48.
  62. “Electronic Media, The Rebirth of Perspective and the Fragmentation of Illusion”: Electronic Culture: Technology and Visual Representation, ed. Timothy Druckrey, New York: Aperture, 1996, pp. 208-227.
  63. “New Media and Copyright from an International Viewpoint”, Protecting and Exploiting Copyright in Multimedia, New Problems…New Solutions, Toronto: The Canadian Institute, 1995, section II, pp. 1-10.
  64. “A Databank on Perspective: The Concept of Knowledge Packages”, Metodologia della ricerca: orientamenti attuali. Congresso internazionale in onore di Eugenio Battisti, Milan, 1991, Arte Lombarda, Milan, 1994, vol. 106-107, n. 3-4, parte secunda, pp. 166-170.
  65. “Knowledge package construction and conceptual navigation using a System for Universal Media Searching, Writers at work: professional writing in the computerized environment, ed. Thea van der Geest, Mike Sharples, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, 1996, pp. 207-215. Publication linked with: Writing conferences, European Association for research on learning and instruction. Special interest group writing and 7th European conference on writing and computers, Utrecht, October 19-21, 21, 1994, Abstracts, Utrecht, p. 181.
  66. “How the Information Highway can Transform Education. Reflections on McLuhan’s Vision”, Multicomm ‘94Program and Proceedings, Vancouver: University of British Columbia Continuing Studies, 1994, pp. 221-247.
  67. “New Media and New Knowledge”, Proceedings of the Third Canadian Conference on Foundations and Applications of General Science Theory: Universal Knowledge Tools and their Applications, Ryerson, 5-8 June 1993, Toronto: Ryerson Polytechnic University, 1993, pp. 347-358.
  68. “The Electronic Highway and Education: New Doors to keep Open”, Learntec 93, Europäischer Kongress für Bildungstechnologie und betriebliche Bildung, Tagungsband, ed. Uwe Beck, Winfried Sommer, Berlin: Springer Verlag, 1993, pp. 423-434.
  69. “Percezione, prospettiva e rappresentazione nell’America Settentrionale”: Specchi americani. La filosofia europea nel nuovo mondo, ed. Caterina Marrone, G. Coccoli, G. Santese , F. Ratto, Rome: Castelvecchi, 1994, pp. 287-345. (Contatti 6, III convegno di studi filosofici di San Sepolcro).
  70. “Computers and the Transformation of Knowledge”, The Challenge of Lifelong Learning in an Era of Global Change, Couchiching Institute on Public Affairs, 1993 Conference Proceedings, Toronto, pp. 23-25.
  71. “Computers in Renaissance Perspective,” Written for Annual Leonardo Meeting, Brescia 1991 Published as Appendix to: Leonardo’s Method, Brescia: Centro Ricerche Leonardiane, 1993.
  72. “Developments in Perspective”, Visual Mathematics, ed. Michele Emmer, Cambridge, Mass.: M.I.T. Press, 1993, pp. 199-205.
  73. “Narrative, Perspective and the Orders of the Church”, I Meeting Siena-Toronto, Atti, [Acts of Meeting in celebration of the 750th anniversary of the University of Siena, 1991, Siena], ed. S. Forconi, Siena: Edizioni Alsaba, 1993, pp. 123-162.
  74. “Leonardo da Vinci: Studies of the Human Body and Principles of Anatomy”, Gepeinigt, begehrt, vergessen. Symbolik und Sozialbezug des Körpers im späten Mittelalter und in der frühen Neuzeit, ed. Klaus Schreiner, Bad Homburg: Werner Reimers Stiftung, (1992), pp. 287-308.
  75. “Can Museum Computer Networks Change Our Views of Knowledge?”, Museums and Information. New Technological Horizons. Proceedings, Ottawa: Canadian Heritage Information Network, (1992), pp. 101-108.
  76. “Databanks in Education”, The 12th E.C.O.O. and the 8th I.C.T.E. Joint ConferenceToronto, (May 1991), pp.412-418.
  77. “Knowledge Packages”, The 12th E.C.O.O. and the 8th I.C.T.E. Joint ConferenceToronto, (May 1991), pp.757-759.
  78. “Leonardo da Vinci: Die Gesetze des Sehens und der Natur: Methode und Struktur in Leonardos Werk”, Geschichte und Gesetz. Europäisches Forum Alpbach, 1989, Hrsg. Otto Molden, Vienna: Ostereichisches College, (1990), pp. 566-572.
  79. “A New Classification for Art,” Die Klassifikation und ihr Umfeld. Proceedings 10. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Klassification eV, eds. P. O. Degens et al., (Frankfurt: Indeks Verlag, 1986), pp.77-84, (Studien sur Klassifikation, Bd. 17).
  80. “Leonardo and the Camera Obscura,” Studi Vinciani in memoria de Nando de Toni, (Brescia: Ateneo di scienze lettere et arti. Centro ricerche Leonardiane, 1986), pp. 81-92
  81. “Groteske Köpfe nach Leonardo da Vinci,” Mittel und Motive der Karikatur in fünf Jahrhunderten. Bild als Waffe, eds. G. Langemeyer, G. Unverfehrt, H. Guratzsch und C. Stölzl. (München: Prestel-Verlag, 1985), pp.37-38.
  82. “Multidimensional Bibliography and Classification, Eröffnungsvortrag”: Anwendungen in der Klassifikation. Proceedings 8 Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Klassifikation eV, ed. Rolf G. Hensler (Teil I), (Hof Geismar, 1984), (Frankfurt: Indeks Verlag, 1984), pp.57-75. (Studien zur Klassifikation, Bd. 14 SK 14)
  83. “Thoughts on the Reorganization of Knowledge”, Automatisierung in der Klassifikation eV, ed. Ingetraut Dahlberg (Teil I), Königswinter/Rhein, 5.-8. (April 1983), (Frankfurt: Indeks Verlag, 1983), pp.141-150. (Studien zur Klassifikation, Bd. 13, SK 13).
  84. “Visualization and Perspective. Visualizzazione e prospettiva,” Leonardo e l’eta della ragione, eds. Enrico Bellone e Paolo Rossi, (Scientia, Milan, 1982), pp.185-210 (English), pp. 211-224 (Italian).
  85. “Panofsky’s Perspective: a Half Century Later,” Atti del convegno internazionale di studi: la prospettiva rinascimentaleMilan 1977, ed. Marisa Dalai-Emiliani (Florence: Centro Di, 1980), pp.565-584.
  86. “Ptolemy and the Origins of Linear Perspective,” Atti del convegno internazionale di studi: la prospettiva rinascimentale, Milan 1977, ed. Marisa Dalai-Emiliani (Florence: Centro Di, 1980), pp.403-407.

Articles in Refereed Journals

1.”Cultural Computing”, Entertainment Computing, Elsevier, Amsterdam, September 2011 (Special Issue Cultural Computing).

2. “The Semantic Web: past and future”, World Digital Libraries, New Delhi, June 2009, 2(1): pp. 33–49.

3. “Leonardo da Vinci: A Review”, Leonardo, San Francisco, Volume 41, Issue 4, August 2008, pp. 381-388.

“Access Claims and Quality on the Internet: Future Challenges”, Progress in Informatics, Tokyo, no. 2, November 2005, pp. 17-40.

5. “Europe’s Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age”, Bolletino telematico di filosofia politica. On-line journal of political philosophy, Pisa, November 2005.

6. “Learning and Communication with Old and New Media,”UNESCO Conference: Das Verbindende der Kulturen. SEKTION: Integrales, lebendiges, gemeinsames Lernen, Orientierungs- und Sinnfragen, Mehrsprachigkeit und Kulturnavigation,“ as part of section 8.3: Dialog und Lernen, edHeiner Benking (Berlin), Vienna, December 2003. Published in: TRANS. Internet-Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften. No. 15, September 2005.

7. “Challenges for the Semantic Web and Information Systems from Culture”: SIGSEMIS Newsletter: Special Theme: Semantic Web Challenges for Information Systems, Vol. 1, Number 1, April 2004, pp. 36-40.

8. “Towards a Semantic Web for Culture,” JoDI (Journal of Digital Information)Volume 4, Issue 4, Article No. 255, 2004-03-15. Special issue on New Applications of Knowledge Organization Systems.

9. “Challenges for multimedia access to cultural heritage”, Russian Digital Libraries Journal , Vol. 4, No 1, 2001.

10. “Frontiers in Conceptual Navigation,” Knowledge Organization, Würzburg, vol. 24, 1998, n. 4, pp. 225-245.

11. “Frontiers in Electronic Media”, Interactions Journal of the ACM, New Yrk, July- August 1997, pp. 32-64

12. “A Front-end for Multi-valent, Multi-cultural Searching”, ALT News 04, Applied Learning Technologies in Europe, (February 1994), pp. 8-9, 14.

13. “Past Imprecision for Future Standards: Computers and New Roads to Knowledge”, Computers and the History of Art, London, vol. 4.1, (1993), pp. 17-32.

14.Guest Editor of the first issue of Knowledge Organization (formerly International Classification), including an editorial “Computers and the Visual Arts” and an article “Electronic Media and Visual Knowledge”, Frankfurt, vol. 20, no. 1, (1993), pp. 2-3, 47- 53.

15. “McLuhan, Museums and Education”, Museums and Technology: special issue of The Muse, Ottawa, vol. IX, no. 2, (Summer-Fall, 1991), pp.78-85.

16. “Computers and a new Philosophy of Knowledge”, International Classification, Frankfurt, vol. 18, (1991), pp. 2-12.

17. “In Memoriam – Dr. Kenneth D. Keele, M.D., F.R.C.P,” Raccolta Vinciana, Milan, Vol. 23, (1989), pp. 407-411. Also in: Newsletter for Leonardisti, Bowling Green, Vol. 5, No. 3, (1987) pp. 5-6.

18. “Literature on Perspective. 1971-1983,” Marburger Jahrbuch, Marburg, Vol. 21, (1986), pp.135-207.

19. “Perspective, Anamorphosis and Vision,” Marburger Jahrbuch, Marburg, Vol. 21, (1986), pp.93-117.

20. “Gli studi di Leonardo da Vinci sull’ottica,” L’almanacco Italiano, Florence, Vol. LXXX, (1980), pp.134-144.Reprinted as: “Gli studi di Leonardo da Vinci sull’ottica,” Attualita Leonardiane, Fondazione Leonardo da Vinci, (1980), pp.18-28.

21. “Das Problem der Perspektive im. 15. Jahrhundert: Grenzfragen zwischen Naturwissenschaften und Kunstgeschichte”, Veröffentlichungen des Forschungsinstituts des Deutschen Museums für die Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften und der Technik, Munich, Reihe A, Nr. 227, (1980), pp. 39-40.

22. “Military Surveying and Topography: The Practical Dimension of Renaissance Linear Perspective,” Revista da Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra, Vol. XXVII, (1979), pp. 263-279. Reprinted as a separate booklet: Military Surveying and Topography: The Practical Dimension of Renaissance Linear Perspective, Lisboa: Junta de Investigacoes Cientificas de Ultramar (Publicacoes do Centro de Estudos de Cartografia Antiga, seccao de Coimbra, serie separatas, vol CXXIX).

23. “Leonardo da Vinci’s Perspective and Optics. Elements of a Scientific World View,” Wolfenbütteler Renaissance Mitteilungen, Wolfenbüttel, Jg. III, Heft 1, (April 1979), pp. 81-82.

24. “Kongress-Bericht: La prospettiva rinascimentale,” Wolfenbütteler Renaissance Mitteilungen, Wolfenbüttel, Jg. I, Heft 3, (1977) p. 93.

Other Articles

  1. “E-Culture Net and a New European University of Culture,” Historia & Informatica, Amsterdam, Jaargang 11, Nummer 4, December 2004, pp. 5-6
  2. “Computers and the Importance of Culture,” Informatik Forum, Vienna, Band. 12, Nr. 2, August 1998, pp. 76-82.
  3. “Being There and Here: New Forms of Interactivity,” ABC Infoarco 103, Madrid, January 2003, p.43.
  4. “The Evolution of Libraries in the Digital Age,” Access, Toronto, vol. 3, no. 3, Spring 1997, pp. 9-11. This is an abstract from the full paper: “New Roles for Libraries in the Digital Age”, Toronto: Ontario Library Association, pp. 1-13.
  5. “Conceptual Navigation: Views beyond Windows”, Originally written by invitation for Sistema Terra, Rome, 1995 (in press). Reprinted in: IDM. Jaarmagazine voor Alumni, Maastricht, no. 2, June 1999, pp. 14-15.

Articles on-line (previously published) or on CD ROM

  1. “Opening Keynote: The Universe and the Multiverse: From Matching to Cross- Matching,” Human-Computer Interaction, Tourism and Cultural Heritage (HCITOCH 2017). 
  2. Keynote: Means of Certain Knowledge, Levels of Knowledge and Interfaces, Human-Computer Interaction, Tourism and Cultural Heritage (HCITOCH 2016). Turin, 7-9 September, 2016, pp. 1-75. ISBN 978.88.96.471.58.6: DOI 10.978.8896471/586.
  3. Keynote, Christianity and the Alphabet, Human-Computer Interaction, Tourism and Cultural Heritage (HCITOCH 2015). Strategies for a Creative Future with Computer Science, Quality Design and Communicability, RavennaSeptember 22 – 24, 2015, pp. 1-40.
  4. Keynote: “A New History of Media, Scales and Disciplines”, Strategies for a Creative Future with Computer Science, Quality Design and Communicability,San Marino, September 15-16, 2014.
  5. Keynote: Historical Interfaces for Cultures. Fourth International Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction, Tourism and Cultural Heritage (HCITOCH 2013): Strategies for a Creative Future with Computer Science, Quality Design and Communicability, Rome, September 26 – 27, 2013.
  6. Sources of an Alphabet of Faith – A Monastery of the Future, Vienna, May 2013.
  7. Keynote: Beyond an Internet of Things,” Third International Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction, Tourism and Cultural Heritage (HCITOCH 2012): Strategies for a Creative Future with Computer Science, Quality Design and Communicability, Venice, Church of San Leonardo, 27 September, 2012.
  8. Dreaming, Seeing, Feeling, Thinking, Saying, Doing. 2012, Unpublished.
  9. “Alphabets, Elements and Cosmologies,” Mirandola, 2009.
  10. “New Technologies in the Communication of Cultural Heritage, Recupero di Emergenze Storicho-Artistiche e Effetti Positivi di marketing Territoriale, Albenga, 9-10 May, 2008.
  11. “Trends towards Networked Culture and MEDICI”, Tenth Anniversary of MEDICI, Milan 2008.
  12. “Cultivation, Culture, Meditation and Eternal Youth”, University of Naples, 2008.
  13. “Global Villages, Portable Internet, and Two-Way Communication: Revolutions McLuhan Could not Foresee,” 10th EVA Moscow, 3 – 7 December, 2007.
  14. “The Lion and the Unicorn,” Convegno internazionale: Il Castello Svelato, Direzione Regionale per i Beni culturali e paessaggistici della Campania e Istituto di Cibernetica E.Caianiello of C.N.R., Castel del Ovo, Naples, 28 September -2 October, 2006, Naples, 2007. Unpublished.
  15. “Virtual Reconstructions, Knowledge Organization and Creativity”, Renascimento e Baroco. Nascimento do Homem Moderno?, Porto Alegre, August 2007.
  16. “From Recorded World to Recording Worlds,” “Framework for Long-term Digital Preservation from Political and Scientific Viewpoints: Rahmenbedingungen der digitalen Langzeitarchivierung aus politischer und wissenschaftlicher Sicht, “ Digitale Langzeitarchivierung. Strategien und Praxis europäischer Kooperation, Deutschen Nationalbibliothek, anlässlich der EU-Ratspräsidentschaft Deutschlands, 20-21. April 2007, Frankfurt: National Bibliothek, 2007.
  17. Co-authored with Vasily Churanov, Alexander Churanov: “Words, Authority Files and Relations: The Vision of Multi-level Omni-Links,” EVA Moscow, Moscow, 2006. Originally a Thought for the day: 30 10 2006.
  18. “The First and Future Webs”First International Workshop on Information Science, University of Brasilia, Brasilia, 4-6 December, 2006, Brasilia.
  19. Keynote: “The World Tree, Alpha and Omega: Towards a New Model for World Culture,” Eva Moscow 2005, Moscow, December 2005.
  20. “Diversity or Sameness? Reflections on Differences between Europe and the United States”, Maastricht, January, 2005. Unpublished but included as Appendix 2 in American Visions.
  21. “Virtual Reality in Europe.” Written for: Laval, General Co-Chair, 1st Forum on the Promotion of European and Japanese Culture and Traditions in Cyber- Societies and Virtual Reality, April 18th-19th 2005, Laval, France.
  22. Stories of the Sky: Astronomy, Myth, Religion and World Cultures. Initial Draft, 2005.
  23. Co-authored with Alexander Churanov, Vasily Churanov, “New Media, New Models of Culture and E-Culture Net”, Eva Moscow 2005, Moscow, November 2005.
  24. “Heavenly and Earthly Perspective: Piero della Francesca and the World Egg,” Conferenza su “Urbino e la prospettiva”, Urbino, 27 October 2005, Urbino, 2006. Unpublished.
  25. “Challenges to Digital Culture”, Managing Heritage Collections II: Continuity and Change, An International Conference Organised by the Estonian Ministry of Culture and MINERVA Plus, Tallinn, May 2005, Tallinn: Ministry of Culture.
  26. “International Trends in Cultural Repositories,” EVA Moscow 2004, Moscow, 29 November 2004. 
  27. New Combinations of Lectures, Books and Databases,” co-authored with Alexander Churanov, Vasily Churanov, Andrey Kotov, EVA Moscow 2004, Moscow, 29 November- 3 December 2004.
  28. “New Ways of Scholarly Work in a Networked World,” Image, Text, Sound and Technology: A strategic research support program, Calgary: University of Calgary. 2004.
  29. “Potentials of New Media for Education,” ISA News 2004.
  30. “Infrastructures for Ways of Knowing in E-Europe”. European Commission. Directorate F. Emerging Technologies and Infrastructures. ApplicationsFP7 Exploratory Workshop. Workshop 3. Knowledge Infrastructures for ResearchersMay 10-11 2004. formerly.
  31. “Report on EVA Moscow 2003”.
  32. “E-Culture Net Thematic Network (2002-2003),”Published in Digicult, London, August 2003.
  33. “Europe’s Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age,” Closing Plenary: Digital Resources in the Humanities (DRH) Conference, 2003, University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham Campus, September 2003.
  34. “American Visions of the Internet: A Crisis of Trust”, July 2003-2005. Cf.
  35. From Substance to Function and Relations in a Semantic Web, Maastricht, 2003. Unpublished. Parts further developed in Towards a Semantic Web for Culture, 2004.
  36. “The Need for a Grid for Culture,” TERENA Networking Conference 2003 and CARNet Users Conference 2003, User Opportunities/ Network Challenges, 19 May 2003, Zagreb: TERENA, 2003 (in press).
  37. “Historical Heritage and Future Creativity,” First International Workshop on ICTs, Arts and Cultural Heritage with Special Emphasis on Applications, Local Development and Local Learning, 5 May 2003, San Sebastian, 2003.
  38. “Internet Domain Names and Indexing,” Ideas developed in Le nommage et indexage 2002, Unpublished.
  39. “Standard and Variant Names and Classifications: Cross-Cultural Challenges for Europe in a Global Context,” European Association of Directory and Database Publishers (EADP), Rey Juan Carlos Hotel, 19 September, 2002, Barcelona, 2002.
  40. “Frontiers in Digital Interpretation,” Unpublished Keynote: Frontiers in Digital Interpretation,” Digital Interpretation: To See the Unseen History, Falun, 7-9 April 2002.
  41. “Challenges of Virtual and Digital Culture,” Congreso Internacional Culturtec, 2002III European Conference: Employment and Cultural Heritage, Economic Development and New Technologies in the Information and Knowledge Society, Madrid: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2002, pp. 1-10. Available as CD- ROM.
  42. “Books , E-Books and Augmented Books,”Unpublished, Maastricht: Pre-Proposal for a VICI Fellowship, 2002.
  43. “Media, Languages and the Integration of the Processes of Communication,” Vielsprachigkeit. Transnationalität, Kulturwissenschaften, Research Institute for Austrian and International Literature and Cultural Studies (INST), Trans. Internet- Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften, 13 Nr., Juni 2002, pp. 1-10. 
  44. Domain Names and Classification Systems. Lecture at: The First Annual European Internet Domain Name Summit, Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Paris, 2 rue de Viarmes, Paris 1er, 4 July 2002.Unpublished.
  45. “Le nommage et l’indexage comme vision panoptique du reel.” Unpublished: Originally planned for: Les Cahiers Du Numérique, Paris, No. 8, Mars 2002, pp. 1- 10.
  46. “Roadmaps for Research and Research Topics in Digital Culture,” Mapping the Future, Luxembourg, European Commission, DG INFSO, Directorate E, 28 January 2003.
  47. “GEANT and Grids for E-Culture, Art History and Museum Studies,” GÉANT and Grid Infrastructures for Research Users, Brussels: European Commission, 2003.
  48. “European Networks of Excellence and Global Digital Culture,” EVA-Beijing, Beijing, April 2002.
  49. “Opening Keynote: The Challenge of Augmented Culture“, Congreso Internacional Culturtec 2000, Faculdad de Ciencias de la Informacion de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, November 2000, II Jornadas Europeas, Actas, Madrid: Editorial Complutense, 2001. CD-ROM.
  50. “Cultures et langues de l’internet,” Actes du Atelier Isoc Wallonie 2000: Langues, Cultures et Internet: enjeux, stratégies et développement durable, Namur, 2001.
  51. “On the Links between Open Source and Culture,” Oekonux Conference, Dortmund, April 2001.
  52. “Towards a European Vision on Research,” IIoI News, Maastricht, March, 2001.
  53. “Content, Form and Expression in Electronic Media,” Musica Scienza 2000, Rome: Centro Ricerche Musicali, 2000, pp. 1-9.
  54. Response to Keynote Lecture by Donald A. Norman, University of Rome 1, 5 September 2000.
  55. Augmented Books, Knowledge and Culture, INET Conference, Yokohama. August 2000.
  56. “Virtuality and the Discovery of Reality,” Virtuality in Europe, Paderborn: Heinz Nixdorf Museums Forum, 2000, pp. 1-24.
  57. “Augmented Knowledge and Culture,” INET’2000, July 2000.
  58. Perspective and the Scope of Optics, Toronto, 2000. Unpublished.
  59. “New Interfaces,” Workshop 12: Patterns of Disappearance, I-Cubed ( Intelligent Information Interfaces) Spring Days, Athens, March 2000.
  60. Metadonnées et Mémoire Collective Systématique (MEMECS). Unpublished Lecture: ISOC Wallonie Conference, 17 June 2000.
  61. “European Network of Centres of Excellence in Digital Culture and ICT,” Unpublished, Maastricht, 1998-2000.
  62. “Goals of Culture and Art,” Lecture to the IIC, Kuala Lumpur, September 1999.
  63. “An Electronic Monastery for Quality, Subjects and Creativity,” Toronto, 1997. Unpublished.
  64. New Roles for Education through the Internet. INET ’97 Conference, Kuala Lumpur, 1997. 
  65. “Why Culture is Important in a World of New Technologies,” Sydney, Panel on Cultural Ecology, 28th Annual Conference: International Institute of Communications Conference, Regency Hotel, Sydney, October 1997.
  66. “Hypermedia: New Approaches to Cultural Heritage”, The Global Village Conference, Vienna, 13-16 February 1997, Vienna: GIVE, 1997, pp. 1-13 (in press).
  67. “Space, Time, Information and Knowledge.” Keynote Lecture given in Venice. Published: Electronic Proceedings of the ECO-CREA Conference: Spazio, Tempo, e Informazione, Venice, May 1996.
  68. “Content Ordering or Ordered Content? Active versus Passive Knowledge,” Toronto,1996. Unpublished.
  69. Acceptance of the CAPIRE Prize, Kos, 1996.
  70. McLuhan’s Oppositions and the Internet. Written Spring 1996. Unpublished.
  71. “Digital Reference Rooms: Access to Historical and Cultural Dimensions of Knowledge,” INET ’99, San Jose, June 1999.
  72. “New Approaches to Searching, Teaching, Repairing, Advertising and Selling using SUMS (System for Universal Media Searching), Toronto, 1996, Unpublished.
  73. “Questions and Choices,’’ Unpublished, Toronto, 1996.
  74. “Content Ordering or Ordered Content? Active versus Passive Knowledge,” Toronto, 1996. Unpublished.
  75. “Future Strategies and Visions for SUMS”, Acts of Congress: EVA 96′, London, 1996.
  76. Six Steps in the Development of SUMS. Unpublished, Toronto, 1996.
  77. Electronic Media in the Study of Alberti. Keynote at the: Congrès International Leon Battista Alberti, Paris, 1995. Unpublished.
  78. “Art and Science with a Child’s Point of View,” Toronto, 1995. Unpublished.
  79. “Images and Words: Fractals and Fuzzy Logic,” Toronto, 1995. Unpublished.
  80. A System for Universal Media Searching (SUMS). Prepared for: Computers and the History of Art, London, 1994.Acts. not Published.
  81. “Space,Time and Perspective in Print Culture and Electronic Media,” Toronto, 1992, Unpublished.
  82. “Scientific Literature and Rise of the Quantitative Spirit,” L’époque de la Renaissance 1520-1560, Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, vol. 3, (in press). Written July 1990.
  83. Progetti computerizatti nella storia dell’arte. La visione di Eugenio Battisti” Unpublished: Centro Studi Pierfrancescani. Atti della Giornata di Lavoro tenuto a San Sepolcro, 17 febbraio 1990.