Earl, Graeme and Wheatley, David
Virtual reconstruction and the interpretative process: a case-study from Avebury.
Wheatley, David, Earl, Graeme and Poppy, Sarah (eds.)
Contemporary Themes in Archaeological Computing.
Twelve papers that reflect current themes in archaeological computing, from the development of new techniques, to working methodologies and the potential of computing to archaeological research. Contents: Introduction (David Wheatley, Graeme Earl & Sarah Poppy); Virtual reconstruction and the interpretative process: a case-study from Avebury (Graeme Earl & David Wheatley); Rock art and Bubble worlds (Jayne Gidlow); The use and abuse of statistical methods in archaeological site location modelling (Patricia E. Woodman & Mark Woodward); An assessment of the SMR as a predictive tool for cultural resource management, development control and academic research (Paul Cuming); Quantifying the British Palaeolithic: Regional Data and Hominid Adaptations (Rob Hosfield); Maritime Fife, Managing Fifes Underwater Heritage: A feasibility study for a Maritime Archaeological GIS (Deanna Groom & Ian Oxley); Field digital data acquisition (FDA) using total station and pencomputer: A working methodology (Marek Ziebart, Nick Holder & Peter Dare); Electronic Publication in Archaeology (Anja-Christina Wolle); In Search of a Defensible Site: A GIS Analysis of Hampshire Hillforts (Jenny Mitcham); The Potential of Geostatistics in the Analysis of Fieldwalking Data (David Ebert); An application of proximity graphs in Archaeological spatial analysis
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