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  • Show the first three words, one at a timeLink this with the three people thing, with more edits
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  • Title of this slide?
  • Current archaeological process
  • Pictures before digging Describe sceneDescribe and takes picturesof any artifacts found
  • Current archaeological process
  • Current archaeological process
  • Should we change the phone picture to the picture of the home screen of the actual app mock-up?
  • Keep the slide all together? Or split the slide and keep the next slide? (Reminder: Put in Layar picture….second DIRT picture is just a place holder.)
  • Keep the slide all together? Or split the slide and keep the next slide? (Reminder: Put in Layar picture….second DIRT picture is just a place holder.)
  • (...haplogroups studied by genealogists to find relations)Genealogy can help fill the big picture of history with “missing links” by finding relations between groups of people...
  • One genealogic study- Genographic ProjectWhat they do—5 year contract with IBMExample of individual’s migration mapPhoenician Study-inspiration
  • One genealogic study- Genographic ProjectWhat they do—5 year contract with IBMExample of individual’s migration mapPhoenician Study-inspiration
  • Genetics can prove that populations are related but not how they are related location of statement?Need history to determine how
  • Genetics can prove that populations are related but not how they are relatedNeed history to determine howTypes of evidenceDiagramPublishing network of research articles on Venipedia as a tool for future studies
  • Planning DNA collectionIn mentioned significant regionsFinding interested collaborators and organizations with potential participants
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    • 1. Corrie Avila, Elizabeth DeZulueta, Sofia Mukhanov, Maarja-LiisaSokk
      Exploring the History of Venice:Relics, Records, and Relations
    • 2. Historical Resources
      Archaeology
      Manuscripts
      Genetic Research
    • 3. Manuscripts
      Manuscripts
    • 4. Venice State Archive
      Contains an unbroken history of Venice
      Live archive
      expanding
      Receiving new records
    • 5. Manuscripts
      78+ kilometers of shelving
      Records are fragile
      1000+ years old
      Written on parchment
    • 6. Redundant Research Process
      Scholar 1 Chooses Manuscript
      Research in Study Room
      Obtain Manuscript
      Search Shelves
      Produce Transcription
      Request Manuscript
    • 7. Redundant Research Process
      Scholar 2 Chooses Manuscript
      Research in Study Room
      Obtain SAME Manuscript
      Search Shelves
      Produce Transcription
      Request SAME Manuscript
    • 8. Redundant Research Process
      Scholar 3 Chooses Manuscript
      Research in Study Room
      Obtain SAME Manuscript
      Search Shelves
      Produce Transcription
      Request SAME Manuscript
    • 9. Individualistic Researching
      Scholar 3
      Scholar 1
      Scholar 2


    • 10. Results of Over Usage
      Manuscripts are deteriorating
      Some kept from public use
      Losing information
      Risk of ruining historic records
    • 11. Ongoing Efforts for Change: Project Divenire
      Collection of digital reproductions
      Online and publicly available
    • 12. SiASVe: SistemaInformativo dell’ ArchivodiStatodiVenezia
      Online index of records
      Creator, keywords, and short description
      Ongoing Efforts for Change
    • 13. SiASVe& Divenire
      uScript
      Searchable database
      Descriptions of manuscripts
      Digital reproductions of manuscripts
      Available online
      Searchable database
      Descriptions of manuscripts
      Digital reproductions of manuscripts
      Available online
      Database of transcriptions
      Open source
      Cumulative and collaborative
      The Promise of uScript
    • 14. anno?
      Scholar 1
      Search
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      Marie
      Transcription Assistant
    • 17. Contribution
      Accountant
      Scholar 1
    • 18. domini
      Scholar 2
      Search
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      domini
    • 19. Archival Assistant
    • 20. I
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      Marie
      Transcription Assistant
    • 21. M
      Ma
      Mar
      Mari
      Maries
      Marie
      Maries
      Transcription Assistant
    • 22. Contribution
      Accountant
      Scholar 1
      Scholar 2
    • 23. domini
      Scholar 3
      Search
      d
      do
      dom
      domi
      domin
      domini
    • 24. Archival Assistant
    • 25. Marie
    • 26. Contribution
      Accountant
      Scholar 1
      Scholar 2
      Scholar 3
    • 27. uScript: A Solution
      Archival Assistant
      Contribution
      Accountant
      Transcription Assistant
      Searches Manuscripts and Transcriptions
      Automatic Correlation Boxing
      Transcribe manuscripts into program
      Learn handwriting  Automatic Transcriptions
      Rates Users and Transcriptions
      Promotes Accuracy
    • 28. Goal of uScript
      uScript’s promise
      Reduce redundancy
      Facilitate transcriptions
      Provide a cumulative and collaborative database
      Gradually transcribe the entire archive
    • 29. WPI’s Contribution: uScript
      Scholar 3
      Scholar 1
      Scholar 2
    • 30. Implementing uScript
      Not Complete: need resources
      Program is unfinished
      Grants not received
      Labor and usage are not promoted
      0%
      100%
    • 31. uScript Website
      Reorganizing website
      Updating information
    • 32. Our Project
      Advancing uScript Code
      WPI Career Development Center
      Summer internships
      School projects
      Computer Science
      Interactive Media and Game Development
    • 33. Archaeology
    • 34. Excavations in Venice
    • 35.
    • 36. Excavation Process
      Photographing the site before digging.
      Describing the site before digging.
      Photographing and describing any artifacts found at the site.
    • 37. Excavation Process
      Ground Layer = 100
      Dig next layer
      (at their discretion)
      Next layer = 101
    • 38.
    • 39. Necessary Forms
      UnitaStratigrafica
      Indice di Foto
      SchedaOrganica
      SchedaSceleto
    • 40. File Reports
    • 41. Compiling Data into Reports
    • 42.
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    • 66.
    • 67.
    • 68.
    • 69. Significant Archaeology inVenice
      • promote public interest in archaeology
      • 70. Android Application using Layar
      • 71. Information about sites up to 5 km from user
      • 72. Display of images and factual information about site
    • 73.
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    • 75.
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    • 77. Genetic Genealogy
    • 78. Origins of the ancient Veneti?
      ?
    • 79. Current Theories of Veneti Origins
      Lusatia Theory
      Modern-day: Germany, Poland, and Czech Republic
      Brittany-Wales Theory
      Modern-day: France and England
      Paphlagonia Theory
      Modern-day: Turkey
    • 80. Genetic Genealogy
      ?
      1000 AD
      2010AD
    • 81. The Science of Genetic Genealogy: DNA
      DNA :
      Adenine, Cytosine, Guanine, Thymine
      A-T
      T-A
      C-G
      G-C
    • 82. nucleotides
      < gene
      < chromosome
      < nuclear DNA
    • 83. Genes within corresponding chromosomes recombine during cell division
      Recombinant X chromosomes can be inherited from either parent by a male or female
    • 84. The Y chromosome is an exception
      Mutations Preserved
    • 85. Genetic Locations of Interest
      =
      +
      coding DNA
      non-coding DNA
    • 86. Genetic Locations of Interest
      Locations of interest for genetic markers
      Loci
      non-coding DNA
    • 87. Genetic Markers
      mutations
      Short Tandem Repeats (STR)
      Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs)
      ---ATTGATTGATTGATTG---
      ---ACTGA--- vs. ---ACTAA---
    • 88. Haplogroups
      ---ACTGA---
      ---ACTAA---
      haplogroup examples: R1a, J2, I1a
    • 89. Haplogroups
      We all stemmed from one ancestor.
      ---ACTGA---
      ---ACTAA---
      How did certain groups of people diverge?
      When did they diverge?
      Where did they migrate?
    • 90. Haplogroup Distribution
    • 91. Genetic Genealogy
    • 92. Genographic Project
      • 5 year contract
      • 93. human migratory history
      • 94. novel technology
    • Genographic Project
      • DNA from thousands of people
      • 95. individual migration paths
      • 96. anyone can test DNA
      • 97. similar project: familytree.com
      Example: map of participant in R1a haplogroup
    • 98. Missing Piece: Ancestors of Veneti
      ?
      2008
      Origins of the ancient Veneti (“Venets”) are unknown
    • 99. Previous Work by WPI
      122 valid DNA samples in Venice
      Created map of theories
      Obtained data from Genographic
      Whatman Sterile Omni Swab Kit
    • 100. Previous Study
      too much genetic variability from gene flow
      inconclusive results
    • 101. Our Work
      1. Determination of locations for
      new genetic research
      2. Plan of DNA collection
      3. Organization of research for
      future studies
    • 102. Determining Significant Locations
      evidence of the Venets throughout Europe
      links to their ancient migration
    • 103. Geographical Distribution of Evidence
      archaeology example: burial urns
    • 104. Geographical Distribution of Evidence
      mythology example: deity worship
    • 105. Geographical Distribution of Evidence
      other: scholars, traditions, documents, other finds
    • 106. Target Locations
      Wales
      Lusatia
      Brittany
      Slovenia
      Veneto
      Paphlagonia
    • 107. Our Work
      1. Determination of locations for
      new genetic research
      2. Plan of DNA collection
      3. Organization of research for
      future studies
    • 108. Plan of DNA Collection
      100
      100
      100
      100
      Organized collection & established means for future analysis
    • 109. Genetic Comparison to Veneto
      Veneto
      Lagole
      Mel
      Montebelluna
      Auronzo
      Belluno
      100
    • 110. Participant Specifications
      National Genographic require males who are:
      • unrelated,
      • 111. 18+,
      • 112. born in “given” region,
      • 113. parents born in same region,
      • 114. grandparents born in same region
      3 generations in region
    • 115. Future Genetic Analysis:
      Compare and correlate genetic data
      Establish relations
      ?
      ?
      ?
    • 116. Genetic Genealogy
      ?
      Support with historical and archaeological research
    • 117. ?
    • 118. Facilitating Historical Research
      Transcriptional Tools
      Genetic Research Tools
      Archaeological Tools
    • 119. Questions or Comments?

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