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A presentation of an ongoing "revisioning" of traditional Cultural Heritage cataloging theory in terms of significant ideas from Physics, Anthropology, and Mathematics.
The Gardens of Versailles serve as an introduction to graph theory, and the utility of that theory for describing simple and complex analog & digital resources.
Edwin Abbott Abbott's "Flatland" is invoked to define levels of structural constraint as applied to Cultural Heritage resource description.
How to depict and reason about analog & digital resources using a diagrammatic method.
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