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    This paper uses a discussion of the rationale of the selection for typefaces for a book on the subject of technologies and Romanticism to consider the extent to which typefaces might themselves be usefully considered to be technologies of romance.

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    How can digital methods be used to better connect and understand communications heritage collections? Potential areas of research, challenges and projects to pursue under the Communications strand of the Congruence Engine are discussed, in connection with trends in historiography.

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    Over the past decade we have seen a dramatic increase in the capabilities of machine learning (ML), leading to a real and growing interest in the application and potential for projects such as Congruence Engine. This paper identifies the trends that are most likely to impact projects like Congruence Engine in the future.

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    This article considers the role of machine learning in the Congruence Engine project. The authors propose that while machine learning and open datasets offer opportunities for the project, this will require a pipeline model with iterative stages of human intervention.

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    This essay gives an overview of how 'scale' operates as a keyword within digital humanities as well as a number of cognate fields, including History and English Literature as a way of exploring its possible implications for a computational approach to research on museum collections.

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    This discussion paper will reflect on the contribution of DH to complex interdisciplinary projects, using the Congruence Engine as a case study. It will focus in particular on the value of DH, and DH researchers, in bridging perceived gaps between disciplines and in translating between the computational and, in this instance, the historical. 

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    The origins of the Congruence Engine project in long-term curatorial, research and digital practice within the Science Museum and beyond.

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    This article briefly describes the development of the Historic England Archive and how this has shaped its industrial collections. A case study describing the collection of a power-station artefact illustrates the challenges involved in collecting industrial heritage.

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    How can we most usefully interconnect the collections of energy artefacts in our museums? The Congruence Engine project's energy team explore the challenges and possibilities of doing so, focusing initially on the twin themes of steam turbines and coal-mining disasters.

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    This article explores collaborative conversation as a method to surface multiple perspectives on community engagement and forms of knowledge creation in the Congruence Engine project. The article also reflects on the opportunities of dialogic writing to enable participatory, inclusive and polyvocal approaches in the development of a National Collection.

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