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Infraestructuras de datos espaciales y datos de excavación arqueológica: Sílex, la IDE de la mina neolítica de sílex de Casa Montero (Madrid)

AuthorsFraguas Bravo, Alfonso ; Menchero, Antonio; Uriarte González, Antonio ; Vicent García, Juan Manuel ; Consuegra, Susana ; Díaz del Río, Pedro ; Castañeda, Nuria; Criado, Cristina ; Capdevila, Enrique ; Capote, Marta
KeywordsFlint mine
Spatial Data Infrastructures
Open Data
Open Source
Extended Entity Relationship model
OGC Services
Issue Date13-Oct-2011
SeriesCuadernos de Prehistoria y Arqueología de la Universidad de Granada
20, 2010
AbstractSILEX is a Spatial Data Infrastructure developed for the management and distribution of the primary archaeological information about the Neolithic flint mine of Casa Montero, located in the periphery of the city of Madrid (Spain). It is designed according an open approach, based on the use of standards and open source software and on the free access to the whole data about the site via Internet. It is a distributed information system with a three layer architecture: the data layer, formed by GIS info and a complex entity-relationship thematic database; the web service layer, with the use of standard protocols and languages for accessing the database; and the interface layer, a mashup that combines forms and a geographic viewer for querying and retrieving data.
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