The potential use of ontologies for characterizing and interpreting features

Abstract : With this presentation we would like to introduce the discussion on three main subjects —> the first one refers to the notion of detection which covers various approaches and which is the subject of misunderstanding from one study to anothe. Of course this has an impact on the interpreted results —> the second one is referring to the theoretical framework needed to establish cross-cultural comparison based on lidar data —> finally, these two issues should open the debate on advanced theoretical insights regarding landscape formation as it is studied through lidar data.
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Laure Nuninger, Philip Verhagen, Xavier Rodier, Libourel Thérèse, Rachel Opitz, et al.. The potential use of ontologies for characterizing and interpreting features. DIALOGUE on Archaeological Lidar 2018, Dec 2018, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01973173⟩

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