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Title: Le strutture fluviali del porto romano di Aquileia. Implementazione di un sistema informativo geografico per la gestione di dati archeologici, dati laser scanner, profili georadar, analisi stratigrafiche
Authors: Iansig, Massimo
Keywords: AquileiaEcole Francaise de RomeCNRSArcheologiaGisSitpicsstrutture fluvialiporto romanocartografialaser scan
Issue Date: 24-Apr-2009
Publisher: Università degli studi di Trieste
Abstract: The objective of this Doctoral Thesis was to provide the archaeologists of the École Française de Rome, of CNRS Aix en Provence, and all those who carry out research on the territory of Aquileia with a tool enabling them to organize, store, visualize, share and compare the findings of a multitude of disciplines involved - their common subject being the ancient structures of the Fluvial Port of Aquileia. The study was carried out in the framework of a PICS-project and is based on the most recent findings on Roman Time - Aquileia, yet covering its complete history until the 19th and 20th century. Several institutions, departments and bodies both in Italy and abroad have been consulted for documents and technical support material. The result was an exhaustive collection of documents that was successively re-organised in a SIT-system, which had been created through constant exchange and consultation with the final user - the archaeologist himself. From the very outset the objective was not to create a mere IT application, but rather a tool for the efficient management of archaeological data which may in itself become an instrument for research and lead to new findings. The study ultimately proposes itself as a first step towards a better sharing of information through a common platform and better integration of technical and humanistic disciplines.
Description: 2007/2008
NBN: urn:nbn:it:units-7479
Appears in Collections:Ingegneria civile e architettura

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