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Electronic resources for archaeology: from databases to digital open data

July 30, 2015


To continue with CAA sessions here is another one: Digital archaeology in the 21st century promotes an interdisciplinary approach, which requires to model complex systems in line with the policies of international research and in close connection with the socio-economic conditions of each country. New perspectives of investigation are offered by ICT solutions, through integrated […]

Creative Commons Non-commercial A Cruel Joke.

April 11, 2013


edit-updated see end. Got a tweet a few hours ago from @johnwallx pointing me towards this Google group discussion about Creative Commons licenses and 3-D heritage data.┬áDr. Isenburg was attempting to improve the use of 3-D modelling but had his data removed because it violated the creative commons licensing. If you don’t know what CC […]