The main steps

 

Blog & News

30 אוגוסט 2017
Maastricht
EAA 2017
Session sponsored by ArchAIDE, n.166: "Automation in artefact recognition: perspectives and challenges in archaeological practice"

Media

The main steps
Shatter Amphora ArchAIDE
ArchAIDE website
ArchAIDE Meeting in Pisa (4 min)
ArchAIDE Simple animation
ArchAIDE Kick-off Meeting - Introduction
ArchAIDE @ Humanities, Cultural and Social Cohesion
Meeting in Barcelona 15th to 16th September 2016
Meeting Barcelona: Visiting Barcino
ArchAIDE @ Understanding Europe, Brussels 17 October 2016
ArchAIDE kick-off in brief
ArchAIDE @ EUROGRAPHICS
Interview to Gabriele Gattiglia at kick-off meeting in Pisa the 14 of June 2016
Kick-off Meeting Introduction by Maria Letizia Gualandi
Kick-off Meeting 16 June 2016 Pisa
 

ArchAIDE Library

Documents & Paper

CAA Poster

Poster with the main steps of ArchAIDE presented at CAA 2017 Conference in Atlanta (USA).

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Website and promotional kit
This deliverable is part of WP9 “Communication/Public engagement/Innovation”. It describes the activities related to the creation of the web site and the promotional kit for the project. These products start from the ideas set out in the Communication Plan (D9.1) and follow the communication strategy described in that plan.
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ArchAIDE - Archaeological Automatic Interpretation and Documentation of cEramics (EUROGRAPHICS)
Paper describing the ArchAIDE Project at EUROGRAPHIC Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage (2016).
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ORDP: Open Research Data Pilot

All research data collected and generated during the project will be managed securely during the project lifetime, made available as Open Access data by the project end, and securely preserved in the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) repository into perpetuity. The online Data Management Plan (DMP) is available to view here.

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Dissemination Plan
The primary aim of the Dissemination Plan is to outline the strategy for raising awareness about the ArchAIDE project amongst researchers, professionals and students in archaeological disciplines and the wider scientific community, activate their desire to use technologies developed by the project, and facilitate the potential to change working practice within the domain.
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