Enabling Dynamical Use of Integrated Systems and Scientific Supercomputing Resources for Archaeological Information Systems

This paper presents the results from combining Integrated Information and Computing System components with classification for the purpose of enabling multidisciplinary and dynamical use of information systems and supercomputing resources for Archaeological Information Systems. The essential base are a flexible collaboration framework, suitable long-term documentation, structuring and classification of objects, computational algorithms, object representations, and workflows as well as portable application components like active source. Case studies of the successful implementation of integration of archaeology and geosciences information and facilitation for dynamical use of High End Computing resources are discussed.

Provided by: IARIA Topic: Enterprise Software Date Added: Oct 2012 Format: PDF

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