Integrated Database of Silk Road Ruins for Sharing the Evidence of Ruin Re-Identification

Digital Silk Road Project has proposed the concept of "digital critique," and advanced the reidentification of Silk Road Ruins, excavated by the Expeditions but later lost information about the location. In this paper, we first introduce the case study of international cooperation for the data-driven integration of Silk Road Ruins. We then explain the development of the Database of Silk Road Ruins in which information about the re-identified archaeological sites is accumulated. Finally, we discuss the value and the prospects of the database.

Citation

Yoko NISHIMURA, Asanobu KITAMOTO, "Integrated Database of Silk Road Ruins for Sharing the Evidence of Ruin Re-Identification", Proceedings of IPSJ SIG Computers and the Humanities Symposium 2021, pp. 146-153, 2021-12 (in Japanese)

BibTeX Format

      @InProceedings{ jm21a,
      author = {Yoko NISHIMURA and Asanobu KITAMOTO},
      title = {Integrated Database of Silk Road Ruins for Sharing the Evidence of Ruin Re-Identification},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of IPSJ SIG Computers and the Humanities Symposium 2021},
      pages = {146-153},
      year = 2021,
      month = 12,
      note = { (in Japanese)},
      }
    

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