In the last few years there has been a great interest in building open geographical datasets describing the historical heritage in the whole European Union, also with the aim to fulfil the INSPIRE Directive that includes in Annex 1 the Data Specification regarding the Protected Sites. In Italy, many important Archaeological Agencies, like the one in Rome, have started several projects in order to model, integrate and store, on the one side, and to publish, give access and query ability, on the other side, to the huge amount of archaeological data available in all Italian towns. In this paper we briefly describe the experience in Verona. In particular, some details about the activities currently running are presented: (i) the conceptual data modelling performed by applying the GeoUML methodology; (ii) the integration of attribute domains (vocabulary) and (iii) the modelling of time in archaeological data.

Towards the creation of an Archaeological Urban Information System: Data Modeling of the Historical Heritage of Verona

BASSO, Patrizia;BELUSSI, Alberto;GROSSI, Piergiovanna;MIGLIORINI, Sara
2013

Abstract

In the last few years there has been a great interest in building open geographical datasets describing the historical heritage in the whole European Union, also with the aim to fulfil the INSPIRE Directive that includes in Annex 1 the Data Specification regarding the Protected Sites. In Italy, many important Archaeological Agencies, like the one in Rome, have started several projects in order to model, integrate and store, on the one side, and to publish, give access and query ability, on the other side, to the huge amount of archaeological data available in all Italian towns. In this paper we briefly describe the experience in Verona. In particular, some details about the activities currently running are presented: (i) the conceptual data modelling performed by applying the GeoUML methodology; (ii) the integration of attribute domains (vocabulary) and (iii) the modelling of time in archaeological data.
Archaeological data modelling; Conceptual design; GeoUML methodology; Time in archaeology
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