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Author Chrysanthi, Angeliki
Title Archaeology in the Digital Era : Papers from the 40th Annual Conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Southampton, 26-29 March 2012
Imprint Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2014
©2014
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Descript 1 online resource (482 pages)
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Series Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Ser
Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- Foreword -- Human Computer Interaction, Multimedia, Museums -- Disciplinary Issues: Challenging the Research and Practice of Computer Applications in Archaeology - Jeremy Huggett -- Paperless Recording at the Sangro Valley Project - Christopher F. Motz and Sam C. Carrier -- 'Tangible Pasts' : User-centered Design of a Mixed Reality Application for Central Heritage - Angeliki Chrysanthi, Constantinos Papadopoulos, Tom Frankland and Graeme Earl -- The Virtue Museum: a Quest for the Standard Definition - Laia Pujol and Anna Lorente -- Can you Hack (the) Communication? - Hugh Corley -- Identifying and Tracing Archaeological Material with RFID Tags - Ana María López, Ana María Salinas, Eduardo Pascual, Guillermo Ignacio Azuara, Gloria Fernández, Elena Gallego and Francisco Burillo -- Matera Città Narrata Project: a Multimedia and Multi-Platform Guide for Mobile Systems - Eva Pietroni -- Evaluating Virtual Museums: Archeovirtual Case Study - Sofia Pescarin, Alfonsina Pagano, Mattias Wallergard, Wim Hupperetz and Christie Ray -- Simulating the Past -- Extracting Scar and Ridge Features from 3D-scanned Lithic Artifacts - Eitan Richardson, Leore Grosman, Uzy Smilansky and Michael Werman -- Retracing Prehistoric Population Events in Finland Using Simulation - Tarja Sundell, Juhana Kammonen, Martin Heger, Jukka U. Palo and Paivi Onkamo -- SteppingIn- Modern Humans Moving into Europe - Implementation - Fulco Scherjon -- Geospatial Virtual Heritage: A Gesture-Based 3D GIS to Engage the Public with Ancient Maya Archaeology - Heather Richards-Rissetto, Jim Robertsson, Jennifer von Schwerin, Giorgio Agugiaro, Fabio Remondino and Gabrio Girardi
Integration of 3D Laser Scanning and Virtual Reconstructions as Research and Educational Tools for Representing the Past. The Case Study of Roman Baths of Edeta - Vito Porcelli, Fernando Cotino Villa, Josep Blasco i Senabre, Vicent Escriva Torres and Julian Esteban Chapapria -- Reconstructing the Baths of Caracalla - Taylor A. Oetelaar -- Instruments and Methods for the Survey and Analysis of Amphitheatres - Martina Ballarin, Francesco Guerra and Luigi Sperti -- Why Hunter and Gatherers did not Die More Often? Simulating Prehistoric Decision Making - Florencia Del Castillo and Juan A. Barcelo -- Reconstructing of Ruined Archaeological Structures Using Structural Analysis Methods - James Miles, Aykut Erkal, Dina D'Ayala, Simon Keay and Graeme Earl -- Field and Lab Recording -- Telling the Story of Ancient Coins by Means of Interactive RTI Images Visualization - Gianpaolo Palma, Eliana Siotto, Marc Proesmans, Monica Baldassari, Clara Baracchini, Sabrina Batino and Roberto Scopigno -- IBISA 3D: Image-Based Identification / Search for Archaeology Using a Three-dimensional Coin Model - Sylvain Marchand -- Using Image Analysis to Match a Coin to a Database - Sebastian Zambanini and Martin Kampel -- Pompeii Revived: Scanning Mission - Insula V 1 - Nicolo Dell'Unto, Matteo Dellepiane, Marco Callieri, Anne-Marie Leander, Stefan Lindgren and Carolina Larsson -- A Metrology Tracking System Used as a 3D Drawing Tool for Faster Excavation Recording - Maarten Smeets, Wouter Yperman and Geoff Avern -- Data Modelling and Sharing -- From the Slope of Enlightenment to the Plateau of Productivity: Developing Linked Data at the ADS - Michael Charno, Stuart Jeffrey, Ceri Binding, Doug Tudhope and Keith May -- Reflections on the Rocky Road to E-Archaeology - Geoff Carver and Matthias Lang -- Least-cost Networks - Irmela Herzog
Linking Roman Coins: Current Work at the American Numismatic Society - Ethan Gruber, Gilles Bransbourg and Sebastian Heath and Andrew Meadows -- GeoDia: or, Navigating Archaeological Time and Space in an American College Classroom - Adam Rabinowitz -- Data Analysis, Management, Integration and Visualisation -- Dating Historical Rock Art on Marble Surfaces by Means of a Mathematical Model for Natural Erosion Processes - Paolo Emilio Bagnoli -- Cultural Heritage Application Schema: a SDI Framework within the Protected Sites INSPIRE Spatial Data Theme - Antonio Uriarte Gonzalez, Cesar Parcero Oubina, Alfonso Fraguas Bravo, Pastor Fabrega Alvarez, Juan Manuel Vicent Garcia, Esther Perez Asensio, Carlos Fernandez Freire and Isabel del Bosque Gonzalez -- Old Places, New ideas: New Routes into Canmore, the National Inventory of Scotland - Susan Hamilton, Rebecca Jones and Peter McKeague -- ADS easy: an Automated e-archiving System for Archaeology - Ray Moore, Catherine Hardman, Julian Richards and Lei Xia -- Archaeology in Broad Strokes: Collating Data for England from 1500 BC to AD 1086 - Chris Green -- Beyond Inspire: Towards Delivering Richer Heritage Data in Scotland - Peter McKeague and Mike Middleton -- SEAD - The Strategic Environmental Archaeology Database Inter-linking Multiproxy Environmental Data with Archaeological Investigations and Ecology - Philip Iain Buckland -- Obscua itinera: a GIS-based Approach to Understand the pre-Roman and Roman Transhumance Pathways in Umbria and Sabina Regions (Central Italy) - Paolo Camerieri and Tommaso Mattioli -- Transparency, Testing and Standards for Archaeological Predictive Modelling - William Wilcox -- Spatial Analysis -- Zooming Patterns Among the Scales: a Statistics Technique to Detect Spatial Patterns Among Settlements - Alessio Palmisano
The Long and Winding Road: Combining Least Cost Paths and Network Analysis Techniques for Settlement Location Analysis and Predictive Modelling - Philip Verhagen, Tom Brughmans, Laure Nuninger and Frederique Bertoncello -- Can Infovis Tools Support the Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Diffusion Patterns in Historic Architecture? - Jean-Yves Blaise and Iwona Dudek -- Introducing the Human Factor in Predictive Modelling: a Work in Progress - Philip Verhagen, Laure Nuninger, Francois-Pierre Tourneux, Frederique Bertoncello and Karen Jeneson -- Changing Settlement Patterns in Mediterranean Context: a Case Study of Menorca (Balearic Islands) from Prehistory to the 19th Century AD - Monica De Cet, Rainer Duttmann, Simon Gornes, Joana Gual, Johannes Muller, Roberto Risch, Elena Sintes and Bianca Willie -- A New Method of Spatial Analysis Based on the Extraction of Proximity Graphs - Diego-Jimenez-Badillo -- Bayesian Spatial Modelling of Radiocarbon Dated Archaeological Artefacts Using R-INLA - Juhana Kammonen, Tarja Sundell, Petro Pesonen, Markku Oinonen and Paivi Onkamo -- From Space to Graphs to Understand Spatial Changes Using Medieval and Modern Fiscal Sources - Xavier Rodier, Melanie Le Couedic, Florent Hautefeuille, Samuel Leturcq, Bertrand Jouve and Etienne Fieux -- Exploring the Effects of Curvature and Refraction on GIS-based Visibility Studies - Mariza Kormann and Gary Lock -- Process Formalization and Conceptual Modelling in the Study of Territorial Dynamics - Laure Saligny, Xavier Rodier, Estelle Gauthier, Nicolas Poirier, Murielle Georges Leroy, Frederique Bertoncello and Olivier Weller -- Theoretical Approaches and Context of Archaeological Computing -- Defining and Advocating Open Data in Archaeology - Stefano Costa, Anthony Beck, Andrew Bevan and Jessica Ogden
The Evolution of Territorial Occupation: Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis. Uncertainty and Heterogeneity of Data in Archaeology - Lucile Pillot and Laure Salingny -- Visualising Time with Multiple Granularities: a Generic Framework - Iwona Dudek and Jean-Yves Blaise
The Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology is the leading conference on digital archaeology, and this volume offers a comprehensive and up-to-date account of the state of the field today. It features a selection of the best papers presented at the fortieth annual conference in 2012 and explores a multitude of topics of interest to all those working in digital archaeology
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Chrysanthi, Angeliki Archaeology in the Digital Era : Papers from the 40th Annual Conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Southampton, 26-29 March 2012 Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press,c2014 9789089646637
Subject Archaeology -- Methodology -- Congresses.;Archaeology -- Computer simulation -- Congresses.;Archaeology -- Data processing -- Congresses
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Alt Author Murrieta-Flores, Patricia
Romanowska, Iza
Wheatley, David
Papadopoulos, Konstantinos
Earl, Earl
Sly, Timothy
Verhagen, Philip
Papadopoulos, Konstantinos
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