Journal of Cultural Heritage

(The H4-Index of Journal of Cultural Heritage is 25. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Machine learning techniques for structural health monitoring of heritage buildings: A state-of-the-art review and case studies91
Review of built heritage modelling: Integration of HBIM and other information techniques82
3D reconstruction and validation of historical background for immersive VR applications and games: The case study of the Forum of Augustus in Rome72
A multicriteria approach to identify the Highest and Best Use for historical buildings66
An integrated approach for assessing the vulnerability of World Heritage Sites to climate change impacts62
Virtual museums. Captured reality and 3D modeling58
Aerogel materials for heritage buildings: Materials, properties and case studies50
Scan to BIM for the digital management and representation in 3D GIS environment of cultural heritage site44
Flood risk assessment of cultural heritage at large spatial scales: Framework and application to mainland Portugal44
BIM as a resource in heritage management: An application for the National Palace of Sintra, Portugal42
Implementation of ultra-light UAV systems for cultural heritage documentation42
Heritage Impact Assessment, beyond an Assessment Tool: A comparative analysis of urban development impact on visual integrity in four UNESCO World Heritage Properties39
Genius loci as a meta-concept38
The application of state-of-the-art technologies to support artwork conservation: Literature review37
A review in using agar gels for cleaning art surfaces31
Deep learning-based weathering type recognition in historical stone monuments30
Determining the weathering classification of stone cultural heritage via the analytic hierarchy process and fuzzy inference system29
The restoration of severely damaged churches – Implications and opportunities on cultural heritage conservation, thermal comfort and energy efficiency29
Non-invasive reflection FTIR characterization of archaeological burnt bones: Reference database and case studies29
Pigments and glassy matrix of the 17th–18th century enamelled French watches: A non-invasive on-site Raman and pXRF study28
X-reality technologies for museums: a comparative evaluation based on presence and visitors experience through user studies28
Definition of a Risk Assessment Model within a European Interoperable Database Platform (EID) for Cultural Heritage27
On the acid-responsive release of benzotriazole from engineered mesoporous silica nanoparticles for corrosion protection of metal surfaces27
Bringing BIM to archaeological heritage: Interdisciplinary method/strategy and accuracy applied to a megalithic monument of the Copper Age27
Nano Ca(OH)2: A review on synthesis, properties and applications26
Moisture monitoring of stone masonry: A comparison of microwave and radar on a granite wall and a sandstone tower25
The use of -omics tools for assessing biodeterioration of cultural heritage: A review25
Virtual reality-based digitisation for endangered heritage sites: Theoretical framework and application25