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November 2017 International Journal on Digital Libraries: Volume 18 Issue 4, November 2017
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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The paper addresses the issue of documenting and communicating the reliability of evidence interpretation in archaeology and, in general, in heritage science. It is proposed to express reliability with fuzzy logic, and model it using an extension of CIDOC CRM classes and properties. This proposed extension is compared with other ...
Keywords: CIDOC-CRM extension, Reliability, Fuzzy logic

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November 2017 International Journal on Digital Libraries: Volume 18 Issue 4, November 2017
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September 2017 International Journal on Digital Libraries: Volume 18 Issue 3, September 2017
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The paper proposes to use CIDOC CRM and its extensions CRMsci and CRMdig to document the scientific experiments involved in archaeological investigations. The nature of such experiments is analysed and ways to document their important aspects are provided using existing classes and properties from the CRM or from the above-mentioned ...
Keywords: CIDOC-CRM extension, CRMas, Archaeological science, Ontological modelling

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August 2017 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH) - Special Issue on Digital Infrastructure for Cultural Heritage, Part 2: Volume 10 Issue 3, August 2017
Publisher: ACM
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Research e-infrastructures, digital archives, and data services have become important pillars of scientific enterprise that in recent decades have become ever more collaborative, distributed, and data intensive. The archaeological research community has been an early adopter of digital tools for data acquisition, organization, analysis, and presentation of research results of ...
Keywords: computer graphics, Archaeology, CIDOC-CRM, data standards, SKOS, cultural heritage, e-infrastructure

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March 2016 International Journal on Digital Libraries: Volume 17 Issue 1, March 2016
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Exploring the connections between successive phases and overlapping layers from different ages in an ancient building is paramount for its understanding and study. Archaeologists and cultural heritage experts are always eager to unveil the hidden relations of an archaeological building to reconstruct its history and for its interpretation. This paper ...
Keywords: Buildings archaeology, Ontology, CIDOC CRM, Semantics

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March 2016 International Journal on Digital Libraries: Volume 17 Issue 1, March 2016
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Gazetteers, i.e., lists of place-names, enable having a global vision of places of interest through the assignment of a point, or a region, to a place name. However, such identification of the location corresponding to a place name is often a difficult task. There is no one-to-one correspondence between the ...
Keywords: Gazetteer, 4-Dimensional space---time, Period thesaurus, CIDOC CRM

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October 2011 VAST'11: Proceedings of the 12th International conference on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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The paper describes a procedure for creating a joint thesaurus of Architectural Heritage (AH) based on existing ones. After surveying the most important repositories of historic architectonical information and the associated thesauri, the design of a multilingual framework incorporating the different thesauri is presented and discussed. Also a system to ...

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October 2011 VAST'11: Proceedings of the 12th International conference on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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The paper proposes a solution for a repository of digital cultural objects, which can manage complex data as 3D objects, videos and more, together with the related metadata. The repository is built with open source components and may be easily installed and managed. Basing on an example, interfaces are shown ...

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September 2010 VAST'10: Proceedings of the 11th International conference on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
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The most important characteristic of Digital Libraries is their flexibility in exposing content. Typically a DL provides a search interface which allows resources to be found. These resources can be local or remote, depending on how the data are organised within the DL and on how these data are made ...

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September 2010 VAST'10: Proceedings of the 11th International conference on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
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This paper describes the advances in the development of the AnnoMAD System, a modular framework created by PIN and The Cyprus Institute for the management and the integration of free-text archaeological data and geographic information related to excavations. The system provides a free-text encoding tool able to annotate textual documentation ...

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September 2010 VAST'10: Proceedings of the 11th International conference on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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The present paper describes various technologies to link semantic information to 3D models during the process of management of 3D data and geometries used by the archaeologists for the reconstruction of ancient monuments or sites. This is an important requirement for the purposes of modern research since, although we have ...

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September 2009 VAST'09: Proceedings of the 10th International conference on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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The paper deals with the management of archaeological data from excavations that cannot be easily processed using traditional forms and relational databases. It proposes a way of preserving the integrity of original information, including spatial relations. It demonstrates that also in this case CIDOC-CRM offers a valid schema that may ...

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October 2006 VAST'06: Proceedings of the 7th International conference on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Intelligent Cultural Heritage
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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3D cultural objects are digital 3D replicas of objects having a cultural value, as models of artefacts, reconstructions of buildings, sites and landscapes. As such, they have a twofold nature, and inherit properties both from their digital nature, like the shape and texture, and from the cultural content, for instance ...

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April 2002 ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Review: Volume 10 Issue 1, Spring 2002
Publisher: ACM
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The existence of XML induces to hope that some limits of humanities computing may soon be trespassed. Here we mention some arguments concerning data management and 3D visualization, describing a few examples and test cases where the use of XML dramatically improved the quality of the application. These include text ...
Keywords: X3D, archaeological databases, cultural virtual reconstructions, medieval history



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