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Another Edinburgh presentation, this one about virtual research environments, and some stuff we're working on in the field at the Silchester excavation. More info at http://www.ahessc.ac.uk/theme

Another Edinburgh presentation, this one about virtual research environments, and some stuff we're working on in the field at the Silchester excavation. More info at http://www.ahessc.ac.uk/theme

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    23 5 07  Edinburgh 23 5 07 Edinburgh Presentation Transcript

    • Trustworthy characters: Common issues for VREs and CWEs in archaeology and textual studies Stuart Dunn King’s College London E-Science Institute 23rd May 2007
    • Discovery Attribution Reference and cross-reference Interpretation Publication The Archaeological research cycle
    • Visual/cartographic/ Browse and click 1 Keyword/natural language/controlled vocabulary searching 2 3 Mixture of 1 and 2; georeferencing 4 Wiki/blog structures
    • ADS Usage
    • SILCHESTER ROMAN TOWN: A VIRTUAL RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT FOR ARCHAEOLOGY
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    • Integrated Archeological Database (IADB)
    • LEAP project (Linking E-Archives and Publications) http://www.intarch.ac.uk/
    • Discovery Attribution Reference and cross-reference Interpretation Publication The Archaeological research cycle
    • Collaborative working environments
      • Identification of user requirements is a dynamic and ongoing process
      • Tracking usage through deep log analysis of user behaviour
        • Log Analysis of Internet Resources in the Arts and Humanities (UCL)
      • Open Source Critical Editions
    • How should access to the editorial process be managed? Who decides who gets to edit the text? Should it be managed at all?
      • Directly linked to the tech issue of security, authentication and access control. E.g. Shibboleth
      • Access control of wikis
      • e-Science certificates, issued under authority of CCLRC by Registration Authorities (RAs)
      • Directly linked to the non-tech issue of trust
    • How should version control be maintained?
      • Workflow history can become part of the intellectual content of the edition
      • Essential to maintain author attribution for each version
      • Version control of what?!
      • Annotation - both human and machine-readable
    • Existing library and information (infra)structures
      • How should OSCEs be cited?
      • Who should be cited?
      • Do they need to be closely integrated with existing LIS systems?
      • Digital libraries?
        • T. Blanke, S. Dunn and A. Dunning, ‘Digital libaries in the Arts and Humanities - Current practices and future possibilities’, InScit conference (Oct ‘06)
      • Sustainability
    • VRE/CWE overlap: A shopping list Authentication protocols Workflows - MyExperiment Documentation and identification of decisions (and decision makers) Data quality control mechanisms Collaborative support services Formal methods for developing intuitive interfaces