Implementing Archaeological Time Periods Using CIDOC CRM and SKOS

@inproceedings{Binding2010ImplementingAT,
  title={Implementing Archaeological Time Periods Using CIDOC CRM and SKOS},
  author={Ceri Binding},
  booktitle={ESWC},
  year={2010}
}
Within the archaeology domain, datasets frequently refer to time periods using a variety of textual or numeric formats. Traditionally controlled vocabularies of time periods have used classification notation and the collocation of terms in the printed form to represent and convey tacit information about the relative order of concepts. The emergence of the semantic web entails encoding this knowledge into machine readable forms, and so the meaning of this informal ordering arrangement can be… CONTINUE READING

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