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      Making the Resources Fit Together. Interconnection of Diverse Archaeological Document Collections

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      Internet Archaeology

      Council for British Archaeology

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          This article reflects the participation of the Museum Project, Norway in the actions of the ARENA project. In particular the article highlights issues along the pathway to interoperability that the Museum Project found most important in its participation; that is the digitisation of archaeological records and the connection of information from these resources. The article includes the problems encountered due to the fact that the data from the various collections often do not fit together, at least not without extensive human interaction. The article describes in particular the presentation of digital data from selected locations in Norway, the settlements at Hegge and Egge. A solution to linking data is suggested using an event based (CIDOC CRM) model.

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          Journal
          Internet Archaeology
          IA
          Council for British Archaeology
          13635387
          2005
          2005
          :
          : 18
          Affiliations
          [1 ]University of Oslo, Norway
          Article
          10.11141/ia.18.3
          © 2005

          This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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          Self URI (journal page): http://intarch.ac.uk/

          Pre-history, Early modern history, Archaeology, Anthropology, Ancient history, History

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