Record linkages

Refers to techniques used to link records from different sources. The most common example is nominal record-linkage which is a method for linking people across time from different sources, based on their names and other attributes.

briefingpaper: Digital Tools for Library and Information Studies

Defining discreet scholarly territories for all disciplines is problematic but it could be argued that Library and Information Studies (LIS) is more problematic than most when it comes to understanding the scope of its remit. [read more...]

briefingpaper: Digital Tools for Archaeology

The use of computers in archaeology has a lengthy history and practitioners within the discipline can claim, with some justification, that both the technology they use and the methods that they’ve adopted have more of a relationship to scientific practice (including computer science) than those adopted by colleagues in man [read more...]

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