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Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 28

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Kamermans, H.; Fennema, K.; (): Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 28. DANS. https://doi.org/10.17026/dans-zw3-a897

1996 Kamermans, H.; Fennema, K.; 10.17026/dans-zw3-a897

Artikelen naar aanleiding van de conferentie "Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology" - CAA95.
Is verschenen in twee delen. Deel 1 behandelt Data Manegement, Archaeometry en Statistics and Classification. Deel 2 behandelt GIS, Visualisation, Education and Publication.


Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia

Jaargang 28, 1987

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Table of Content

Kamermans, H.; Fennema, K. (eds.), Interfacing the Past: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology CAA95 vol. 1.

  • Cover.
  • Table of Contents.
  • Andresen, J.; Madsen, T., IDEA - the Integrated Database for Excavation Analysis, pages 3-14.
  • Hinge, P., The Other Computer Interface, pages 15-20.
  • Hadzilacos, Th.; Stoumbou, P.M., Conceptual Data Modelling for Prehistoric Excavation Documentation, pages 21-30.
  • Agresti, E.; Maggiolo-Schettini, A.; Saccoccio, R.; Pierobon, M.; Pierobon-Benoit, R., Handling Excavation Maps in SYSAND, pages 31-36.
  • Lamprell, A.; Salisbury, A.; Chalmers, A.; Stoddart, S., An Integrated Information System for Archaeological Evidence, pages 37-42.
  • Holmen, J.; Uleberg, E., The National Documentation Project of Norway - the Archaeological sub-project, pages 43-46.
  • Oberlander-Thoveanu, I., Statistical view of the Archaeological Sites Database, pages 47-50.
  • Clubb, N.D.; Lang, N.A.R., A Strategic Appraisal of Information Systems for Archaeology and Architecture in England - Past, Present and Future, pages 51-72.
  • Clubb, N.D.; Lang, N.A.R., Learning from the achievements of Information Systems - the role of the Post- Implementation Review in medium to large scale systems, pages 73-80.
  • Beagrie, N., Excavations and Archives: Alternative Aspects of Cultural Resource Management, pages 81-86.
  • Bell, M.; King, N., The MARS Project - an interface with England's past, pages 87-94.
  • Baxter, M.J.; Cool, H.E.M.; Heyworth, M.P., Detecting Unusual Multivariate Data: An Archaeometric Example, pages 95-102.
  • Bradley, J.; Fletcher, M., Extraction and visualisation of information from ground penetrating radar surveys, pages 103-110.
  • Allum, G.T.; Aykroyd, R.G.; Haigh, J.G.B., Restoration of magnetometry data using inverse-data methods, pages 111-120.
  • Neubauer, W.; Melichar, P.; Eder-Hinterleitner, A., Collection, visualization and simulation of magnetic prospection data, pages 121-130.
  • Eder-Hinterleitner, A.; Neubauer, W.; Melichar, P., Reconstruction of archaeological structures using magnetic prospection, pages 131-138.
  • Perkins, P., An image processing technique for the suppression of traces of modem agricultural activity in aerial photographs, pages 139-145.
  • Orton, C., Markov models for museums, pages 149-154.
  • Barcelo, J.A., Heuristic classification and fuzzy sets. New tools for archaeological typologies, pages 155-164.
  • Lockyear, K., Dmax based cluster analysis and the supply of coinage to Iron Age Dacia, pages 165-178.
  • Beardah, C.C.; Baxter, M.J., MATLAB Routines for Kernel Density Estimation and the Graphical Representation of Archaeological Data, pages 179-184.
  • Peterson, J.W.M. , A computer model of Roman landscape in South Limburg, pages 185-194.
  • Reinhold, S., Time versus Ritual - Typological Structures and Mortuary Practices in Late Bronze/Early Iron Age Cemeteries of North-East Caucasia ('Koban Culture'), pages 195-202.
  • Sanjuan, L.G.; Rodriguez Lopez, J., Predicting the ritual? A suggested solution in archaeological forecasting through qualitative response models, pages 203-216.
  • Muller , J., The use of correspondence analysis for different kinds of data categories: Domestic and ritual Globular Amphorae sites in Central Germany, pages 217-222.
  • Steele, J.; Sluckin, T.J.; Denholm, D.R.; Gamble, C.S., Simulating hunter-gatherer colonization of the Americas, pages 223-228.
  • Gibson, P.M. , An Archaeofaunal Ageing Comparative Study into the Performance of Human Analysis Versus Hybrid Neural Network Analysis, pages 229-234.
  • Durham, P.; Lewis, P.; Shennan, S.J., Image Processing Strategies for Artefact Classification, pages 235-240.
  • Boekschoten, G.R.; Stapert, D., A new tool for spatial analysis:'Rings and Sectors plus Density Analysis and Trace lines', pages 241-250.
  • Holstrom Loving, S. , Estimating the age of stone artifacts using probabilities, pages 251-262.
  • Missikoff, O. , Application of an object-oriented approach to the formalization of qualitative (and quantitative) data, pages 263-272.

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Table of Content

Kamermans, H.; Fennema, K. (eds.), Interfacing the Past: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology CAA95 vol. 2.

  • Cover.
  • Table of Contents.
  • Wheatley , D., Between the lines: the role of GIS-based predictive modelling in the interpretation of extensive survey data, pages 275-292.
  • Martlew, R., The contribution of GIS to the study of landscape evolution in the Yorkshire Dales, UK, pages 293-296.
  • Gaffney, V.; Leusen, M. van, Extending GIS Methods for Regional Archaeology: the Wroxeter Hinterland Project, pages 297-306.
  • Harris, T.M.; Lock, G.R., Multi-dimensional GIS : exploratory approaches to spatial and temporal relationships within archaeological stratigraphy, pages 307-316.
  • Verhagen, Ph., The use of GIS as a tool for modelling ecological change and human occupation in the Middle Aguas Valley (S.E. Spain), pages 317-324.
  • Massagrande, F. , The Romans in southwestern Spain: total conquest or partial assimilation? Can GIS answer?, pages 325-330.
  • Lim, S.E.; Stoddart, S.; Harrison, A.; Chalmers, A., Recent examples of geographical analysis of archaeological evidence from central Italy, pages 331-336.
  • Gaffney, V.; Ostir, K.; Podobnikar, T.; Stanicic, Z., Satellite Imagery and GIS applications in Mediterranean Landscapes, pages 337-342.
  • Bommelje, Y.; Doorn, P., The long and winding road: land routes in Aetolia (Greece) since Byzantine times, pages 343-352.
  • Preysler, J.B.; Blasco, C., Application of GIS to images and their processing: the Chiribiquete Mountains Project, pages 353-360.
  • Richards, J.D., From Site to Landscape: multi-level GIS applications in archaeology, pages 361-362.
  • Mytum, H., Intrasite Patterning and the Temporal Dimension using GIS: the example of Kellington Churchyard, pages 363-368.
  • Miller, A.P., Digging deep: GIS in the city, pages 369-378.
  • Richards, J.D., Putting the site in its setting: GIS and the search for Anglo-Saxon settlements in Northumbria, pages 379-388.
  • Chartrand, J.A., Archaeological Resource Visibility and GIS: A case study in Yorkshire, pages 389-404.
  • Wilcock, J., A description of the display software for Stafford Castle Visitor Centre, UK, pages 405-418.
  • Menard, C.; Sablatnig, R., Pictorial, Three-dimensional Acquisition of Archaeological Finds as Basis for an Automatic Classification, pages 419-432.
  • Biro, K.T., Simple fun - Interactive computer demonstration program on the exhibition of the Szentgal-Tuzkoveshegy prehistoric industrial area, pages 433-436.
  • Csaki, G.; Redo, F., Documentation and modelling of a Roman imperial villa in Central Italy, pages 437-442.
  • Forte, M.; Guidazzoli, A., Archaeology, GIS and desktop virtual reality: the ARCTOS project, pages 443-456.
  • Wunsch, G.; Arasa, E.; Perez, M., Dissecting the palimpsest: an easy computer-graphic approach to the stratigraphic sequence of Tunel VII site (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina), pages 457-460.
  • Romano, D.G.; Tolba, O., Remote Sensing and GIS in the Study of Roman Centuriation in the Corinthia, Greece, pages 461-468.
  • Baena, F.J.; Quesada, F.; Blasco, M.C., An application of GIS intra-site analysis to Museum Display, pages 469-478.
  • Boast, R.B.; Lucy, S.J., Teaching with objects, pages 479-486.
  • Belcher, M.; Chalmers, A.; Hamson, A.; Stoddart, S., Teaching the Visualisation of Landscapes - Approaches in Computer based learning for Archaeologists, pages 487-492.
  • Wolle, A.C.; Shennan, S.J., A Tool for Multimedia Excavation Reports - a prototype, pages 493-500.
  • Gyftodimos, G.; Rigopoulos, D.; Spiliopoulou, M., Exploring Archaeological Information through an Open Hypermedia System, pages 501-510.
  • van Leusen, M.; Champion, S.; Lizee, J.; Plunkett, T., Toward a European Archaeological Heritage Web, pages 511-520.
  • Heyworth, M.; Ross, S.; Richards, J., Internet archaeology: an international electronic journal for archaeology, pages 521-528.
  • Mihailescu-Birliba, V.; Chirica, V., A Survey of the Development of Computer Applications in Romanian Archaeology, pages 529-534.
  • Lockyear, K., Computer-aided publication in practice, pages 535-543.