Virtual reconstruction and the interpretative process: a case-study from Avebury


Earl, Graeme and Wheatley, David (2002) Virtual reconstruction and the interpretative process: a case-study from Avebury. In, Wheatley, David, Earl, Graeme and Poppy, Sarah (eds.) Contemporary Themes in Archaeological Computing. Oxford, UK, Oxbow Books, 5-15.

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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

Item Type: Book Section
ISBNs: 1842170538 (hardback)
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Keywords: archaeology, VR, virtual reality, spatial analysis, avebury, neolithic, bronze age
Subjects: C Auxiliary Sciences of History > CC Archaeology
Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
Divisions: University Structure - Pre August 2011 > School of Humanities > Archaeology
ePrint ID: 28768
Date Deposited: 10 May 2006
Last Modified: 27 Mar 2014 18:17
Publisher: Oxbow Books
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/28768

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