How to put archaeological geometric data into context? Representing mining history research with CIDOC CRM and extensions

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A wealth of information on cultural heritage coming from archaeological investigations exists in the form of geometric information. Here we want to question how this geometric information relates back to the reality it was intended to document. Building upon the CIDOC CRM an ontology to represent data for cultural heritage we apply CRMgeo, an extension to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hiebel2014HowTP, title={How to put archaeological geometric data into context? Representing mining history research with CIDOC CRM and extensions}, author={Gerald Hiebel and Martin Doerr and Klaus Hanke and Anja Masur}, year={2014} }