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Communications in Computer and Information Science
Data production in history and archaeology far outpaces data processing. In order to apply computers to this problem, historical data must be converted to machine-readable forms. This process is easy for domains of knowledge that have explicit terminology, but history and archaeology lack these characteristics. This study therefore proposes a phenomenological approach to requirements gathering for knowledge representation and ontology systems for historians and archaeologists. The approachdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-24731-6_38 fatcat:7mtpx6ru3zfddco44reu6qmoge