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14. Revealing Matrices > Network Dimensionality

Network Dimensionality

Looking more closely at Figure 14-3, we can see the central dimensions of the CENSUS database, Monuments and Documents, surrounded by an armature of additional information. Both Monuments and Documents are physical objects, but they differ insofar as the former are the targets and the latter are the sources of the central documentation links. Whereas in general any physical object can function as a Monument or as a Document, the CENSUS divides them into discrete node types because both groups belong to different periods (Classical Antiquity and Western Renaissance): ancient Roman sculptures and architecture as documented by Renaissance drawings, sketchbooks, text,....


  

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