[Fwd: [crm-sig] ISO21127]
Mon Oct 16 09:07:38 CEST 2006
Scientific aspects of CRM:
- statistical risk analysis an optimization of sampling strategies
- predictive modelling
- erosion and land use modelling with respect to site preservation
- computer based decision support systems
- find preservation, proveniance assessment (fraud detection) and
- automated airphoto analysis
I have seen it all to some degree in different CRM offices.
It just depends on how the local authorities run it ...
Stefano Costa wrote:
> Just yesterday we were talking about standards. Here is a message from
> the crm-sig mailing list.
> IMHO, however, CRM in general has little or nothing to do with a
> scientific approach. CIDOC is a general model that has been projected to
> fit a wide range of cultural contexts. I have no experience of its
> application to archaeological *research* projects (I mean - not CRM).
> Maybe others have something more to say about this.
> Best regards,
> ------- Messaggio inoltrato -------
> Da: martin <email@example.com>
> A: crm-sig <firstname.lastname@example.org>, frbr-crm <email@example.com>,
> Oggetto: [crm-sig] ISO21127
> Data: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 18:47:27 +0300
> Dear All,
> Nicholas Crofts just informed me, that the CIDOC CRM has been finally
> accepted as ISO21127 on Sept 12 2006.
> ISO 21127 can be ordered from the following page:
> (If you type ISO 21127 into google it comes out top of the list!)
> I thank you all for the collaboration on this important work, and
> hope that the standard will have a significant impact on the semantic
> integration of our resources and our knowledge about the past.
> Best wishes,
Benjamin Ducke, M.A.
Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte
(Inst. of Prehistoric and Historic Archaeology)
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
D 24098 Kiel
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