Computational approaches to archaeological spaces

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Bevan, Andrew, 1974- (Editor)
Lake, Mark (Mark W.) (Editor)
Corporate Authors: Taylor & Francis eBooks (online služba) (Distributor)
Format: eBook
Published: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016
Series:Publications of the Institute of Archaeology, University College London
Genre/form:kolektivní monografie
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Online Access:Full-text
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Intensities, interactions and uncertainties : some new approaches to archaeological distributions
  • 3. An examination of automated archaeological feature recognition in remotely sensed imagery
  • 4. An introduction to integrative distance analysis (IDA)
  • 5. Network models and archaeological spaces
  • 6. Multilevel selection and the evolution of food sharing in fragmented environments : a spatially explicit model and its implications for early Stone Age archaeology
  • 7. Stories of the past or science of the future? Archaeology and computational social science
  • 8. The potential and limits of optimal path analysis
  • 9. Compute-intensive GIS visibility analysis of the settings of prehistoric stone circles
  • 10. Reconsidering the concept of visualscape : recent advances in three-dimensional visibility analysis
  • 11. Formal and informal analysis of rendered space : the Basilica Portuense
  • 12. Reproducible data analysis and the open source paradigm in archaeology