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Archaeology in the Digital Age: From Paper to Databases

Abstract : Research units in archaeology often manage large and precious archives containing various documents, including reports on fieldwork, scholarly studies and reference books. These archives are of course invaluable , recording decades of work , but are generally hard to consult and access. In this context, digitizing full text documents is not enough : information must be formalized , structured and easy to access thanks to friendly user interfaces.
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Frédérique Mélanie-Becquet, Johan Ferguth, Katherine Gruel, Thierry Poibeau. Archaeology in the Digital Age: From Paper to Databases. Digital Humanities 2015, Jun 2015, Sydney, Australia. ⟨hal-01173964⟩

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