NeCTAR Research Tools Project: Federated Archaeological Information Management Systems: a heterogeneous, modular, and federated approach to archaeological information management
Archaeology is an inherently destructive undertaking. One principal approach – excavation – inevitably destroys that which it studies, while the other – archaeological survey – often records (or fails to record) heritage slated for destruction from human development or natural processes. Archaeologists must also archive and share complex data, both so that interpretations can be evaluated by others in the research community, and for the stewardship of cultural heritage. Exemplary data...[Show more]
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