Daria Hookk

Daria Hookk
The State Hermitage Museum · Eastern Europe and Siberia Archaeology

PhD

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Introduction
Daria Hookk currently works at the Eastern Europe and Siberia Archaeology, The State Hermitage Museum. Daria does research in Information Systems (Business Informatics), Databases and Computing in Social science, Arts and Humanities.

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According to the system development life cycle framework (ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288), any technical project usually passes six stages: requirement analysis, design, development and testing, implementation, documentation, and evaluation. The international “Virtual archaeology” project is no exception. It was born thanks to the ideas of the ISAP London meet...
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Despite the already introduced concept of Webometrics, the visitors counter has considered as a main indicator of the effectiveness of the museum open sources. The article presents the statistical data and observations made during the work on the start-up project “Digital Encyclopedia of the Hermitage. Vol. 1. Archaeology”, as well as during the CO...
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The modern paradigm of the museum mission requires the innovative methods and tools for scientific investigations and applied informatics in museum work. The digital and communication technologies result in change in ordinary museum functioning. The museums try to apply some successful marketing solutions for their profitable growth, like VR for at...
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The modern paradigm of the museum mission requires the innovative methods and tools for scientific investigations and applied informatics in museum work. The open access electronic resources turn to be storage of useful data on cultural heritage, national history and cultural relations. The continuous museum social research has revealed the museums...
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The modern paradigm of the museum mission requires the innovative methods and tools for scientific investigations and applied informatics in museum work. Authors offer some data on marketing strategy and business planning as an example of digitally modified business.Contemporary museum project design requires various knowledge and skills. Casual mu...
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The authors collaborate in exchange of knowledge and problem definition in the field of museum stu-dies in control loop of a reality-virtuality continuum. Their research activities focus on accessibility to cultural heritage museum collections in Russia and communication studies related to nonverbal signs of stress or negative reactions of visitors...
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The 21th century is the era of information. Modern technology has brought to the museums several tools and facilities which resulted in “the moments of success”: data integration, accessibility, mobility and interaction. This paper shows an overall vision of these advantages from the experience and the achievements in Russian museums. While initial...
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The appearance of computers as super-brain inspires the hope that archaeology will solve the problem of the multidimensional data presentation. Since 1970s, the international conferences on the computer application in archaeology have discussed the advantages of new technologies. During one of them in 1990, the term virtual archaeology was introduc...
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The multilayer waterlogged site Zamostje 2 in Central Russia represents a unique opportunity to study the interplay of human cultural history and its environmental context over the late Mesolithic – Middle Neolithic, ca. 7900–5500 BP (7000–4300 BC). Compared to previous paleogeographical reconstructions made more than 15 years ago and pollen diagra...
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The history of museum informatics in Russian Federation can be divided in stages according to the use of various computer technologies. At the same time nobody takes in account information technologies. First of all the museum cataloguing had aim to put information in order and make it accessible. Public presentation of museum collections and resul...
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The Dnepr-Western Dvina (Dnieper-Daugava) interfluve is a territory known for the presence of glacial lakes that formed during the Holocene. The area was always rich in fish and wildlife, and was the scene of hunting and fishing activity and small settlements since the Stone Age. Therefore, it is rich in archaeological sites (Mazurkevich et al., 20...
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In the Middle to Late Neolithic, pile-dwellings existed in Russia only in the Dnepr-Dvina basin and in the European region, in the Alpine zone, and probably in the western Baltic region. Investigations of sites in the Dnepr-Dvina region with underwater excavation methods have been conducted since the 1970s. The history of the development of these m...
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Introduction The first pile-dwelling sites in the northwest of Russia were discovered in 1963 by A.M. Miklyaev (Dolukhanov & Miklyaev, 1986; Dolukhanov et al., 2004). The Neolithic sites of Serteya were found in 1972 during land-improvement work at the small river Serteya, c. 80 km north of Smolensk and about 10 km east of the town of Velizh (left...

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Dissemination of the events, persons and museum collections reffering to a one topic - Archaeology at the State Hermitage Museum.