Cybertools and Archaeology

Dean R. Snow, Mark Gahegan, C. Lee Giles, Kenneth G. Hirth, George R. Milner, Prasenjit Mitra, James Z. Wang
The Pennsylvania State University
Abstract:

In archeology and other historical sciences, diverse, widely distributed data include artifacts, notes, field logs, and other records. Future research requires that these archives be electronically accessible and user-friendly.


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Citation: Dean R. Snow, Mark Gahegan, C. Lee. Giles, Kenneth G. Hirth, George R. Milner, Prasenjit Mitra, James Z. Wang, ``Cybertools and Archaeology,'' Science, vol. 311, issue. 5763, pp. 958-959, February 17, 2006.

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