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Aktuelle Entwicklungen am Deutschen Archäologischen Institut im Umgang mit altertumswissenschaftlichen Forschungsdaten


  • Felix Schäfer
  • Sabine Thänert


Das Deutsche Archäologisches Institut (DAI) mit Sitz in Berlin unternimmt weltweit Forschungsprojekte, bei denen in zunehmendem Maße altertumswissenschaftliche Informationen in elektronischer Form erhoben und verarbeitet werden. Der vorliegende Beitrag fasst den derzeitigen Stand und die Herausforderungen beim Umgang mit diesen digitalen Forschungsdaten am DAI zusammen. Ausgehend vom Prozess der Erzeugung wissenschaftlicher Primärdaten und der dabei zu berücksichtigenden Standards werden diese Aspekte im Kontext der Interoperabilität, Nachnutzung und Langzeitarchivierung diskutiert. Anhand verschiedener Fachsysteme werden sowohl Routinevorgänge als auch erste Ergebnisse vorgestellt sowie Perspektiven für die zukünftige Entwicklung aufgezeigt.

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  • Felix Schäfer & Sabine Thänert, 2011. "Aktuelle Entwicklungen am Deutschen Archäologischen Institut im Umgang mit altertumswissenschaftlichen Forschungsdaten," Working Paper Series of the German Council for Social and Economic Data 178, German Council for Social and Economic Data (RatSWD).
  • Handle: RePEc:rsw:rswwps:rswwps178

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    Archäologie; Digitale Dokumentation; Interoperabilität; Langzeitarchivierung; Fachsysteme; Online-Datenbanken;

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