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Think big about data: Archaeology and the Big Data challenge
Ublicherweise als Hochgeschwindigkeitsdaten (high volume, high velocity und/oder high variety data) bezeichnet, machen es Big Data moglich, dank dem Einsatz von Software, Hardware und AlgorithmenExpand
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Big Archaeological Data. The ArchAIDE project approach
Digitisation has changed archaeology deeply and has increased exponentially the amount of data that could be processed, but it does not by itself involve datafication, which is the act of transforming something into a quantified format, so they can be tabulated and analysed. Expand
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Open digital archives in archeologia. Good practice
Raw data, the archaeological source code, that is, all the excavation and �eldwork recorded, should be published on digital on-line archives stored in recognizable format documents. This paperExpand
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The ArchAIDE Project: Results and Perspectives After the First Year
The ArchAIDE project is a Horizon 2020 project that has several sub-goals: (semi-)automatic digitalization of archaeological catalogs, a mobile app to be used on site for live classification of sherds. Expand
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Mappa. Pisa in the Middle Ages
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Archaeomagnetic investigation of a metallurgical furnace in Pisa (Italy)
Abstract An archaeological excavation has been carried out at Pisa (Italy), unearthing an ancient metallurgical workshop. Since archaeological burnt materials provide important records of directionExpand
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