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ArchaeoSTOR: A data curation system for research on the archeological frontier

  • Author(s): Gidding, A;
  • Matsui, Y;
  • Levy, TE;
  • Defanti, T;
  • Kuester, F
  • et al.

The broad adoption of diagnostic and analytical techniques in the field of archeology, presents a unique opportunity for e-Science in the form of scientific explanation, drawing from methodologies aimed at recording, archiving, analyzing, and disseminating, rich data collections to create the needed infrastructure for both research and web-based curation and data management system. This paper presents a needed stepping stone towards synergy between information technology and archeology, by introducing a data acquisition, tagging and characterization pipeline along with a novel method for spatially querying archeological data. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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