Keith May

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K nowledge organization systems (KOS), such as classification systems, gazetteers, ontologies, taxonomies and thesauri, are crucial to semantic interoperability [1, 2]. Controlled vocabularies reduce ambiguity by defining the scope of terms and possibly providing synonyms. More complex KOS organize concepts via different types of semantic relationship. This(More)
Findings from a data mapping and extraction exercise undertaken as part of the STAR project are described and related to recent work in the area. The exercise was undertaken in conjunction with English Heritage and encompassed five differently structured relational databases containing various results of archaeological excavations. The aim of the exercise(More)
Colours on a flat two-dimensional surface can appear to lie in different depth planes. This phenomenon, readily seen on a computer monitor, is called chromostereopsis. Typically, red objects appear closer to the observer than blue objects. Although research on chromostereopsis has a history of over one hundred years, there are still aspects of it that are(More)
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