Presentations and Authors

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3D technologies for archaeological research: theory & methodologies

Groovy hardware on my wish list
geoff carver

Advances in computational photography: techniques for conservation, research, analysis and public access

RTI and Graphical Visualisation
Graeme Earl, Gareth Beale, Hembo Pagi, Grant Cox

Archaeological Information Modelling

The AIS Matrix: Beyond Harris and the CIDOC-CRM
geoff carver
Places, People, Events and Stuff; building blocks for archaeological information systems
Paul J Cripps

Archaeological Simulation Modelling as computational social science: next steps forward

Pandora's box: the challenge of exploring social simulation models with supercomputers
Xavier Rubio-Campillo, Alexis Torrano, Jose María Cela, Bernardo Rondelli, Andrea Balbo, Miquel Ramírez, Carla Lancelotti, Matthieu Salpeteur, Victoria Reyes-García, Marco Madella

Connecting to cultural heritage: using 3D visualisation to engage public audiences

ICON – A Content Exchange Mechanism for 3D Cultural Heritage Models
James Miles, Richard Beales, Ajay Chakravarthy, Ken Meacham, Michael Selway, Mike Stapleton, Sam Kuhn, James Stevenson, Carlos Jimenez, Steve Luther

Detection and analysis of change

Neolithic and Chalcolithic territorial patterns in Moldavia (Romania). Remarks on Neamt and Iasi regions.
Andrei Asandulesei, Robin Brigand, Vasile Cotiuga, Olivier Weller
Seeing the unseen: Archaeological detection outside the visible spectrum
David Stott, Doreen Boyd, Anthony Beck, Anthony Cohn

Embracing uncertainty in archaeology

Uncertainty in sampling and interpretation: can ethnoarcheology help us?
Carla Lancelotti, Bernardo Rondelli, Alessandra Pecci, Fernanda Inserra, Andrea Luca Balbo, Javier Ruiz Perez, Victoria Yannitto, Charusmita Gadekar, Marco Madella, P Ajithprasad, Miguel Angel Cau Ontiveros
Two techniques for the assessment of the positional uncertainty derived from the polygon-to-point collapse operation
Fernando Sanchez-Trigueros, Antoni Canals
Exploring probable histories: applying Monte-Carlo methods for uncertainties in spatial and temporal analysis.
Enrico R. Crema

Geography and-or-not topology: spatial network approaches in archaeology

Toward a Spatial Grammar of Pompeii
David Charles Fredrick, Keenan Cole, Jackson Cothren, Russell Deaton, Jasmine Merced, Matthew Tenney
Re-contextualising inter-visibility networks with artefact networks for understanding urban connectivity in Iron Age and Roman Southern Spain
Tom Brughmans, Graeme Earl, Simon Keay, Leif Isaksen, Catriona Cooper

Integrated geospatial approaches to the interpretation of archaeological environments

Pursuing the past: Current approaches to integrated geophysical surveys of Roman urban landscapes in the Mediterranean
Stephen Kay, Sophie Hay, Nicholas Crabb, Elizabeth Richley
Integrated survey, mapping and interpretation of abandoned Roman towns in Adriatic Italy
Frank Vermeulen, Geert Verhoeven, Francesca Carboni
“The whole is more than the sum of its parts”- Geospatial data integration and analysis at the Roman site of Ammaia (Marvão, Portugal)
Eleftheria Paliou, Cristina Corsi, Frank Vermeulen
Dionysias Archaeological Project: the discovery of a new town in Egypt through Remote Sensing and GIS
Gabriella Carpentiero

Joined-Up Data: what are the new research questions?

From the Slope of Elightenment to the Plataeu of Productivity
Michael Charno, Stuart Jeffrey, Doug Tudhope, Keith May, Ceri Binding
ArcheoInf, the CIDOC-CRM and STELLAR: workflow, bottlenecks, and where we go from here?
Geoff Carver

Novel technologies for supporting archaeological fieldwork

Can you hack (the) communication?
Hugh Corley

Quantitative studies in Italian archaeology: new approaches to old problems

Analysis of complex overlapping rock art sequences using topological tools: the case of two fragments from Piancogno (Valcamonica, BS, Italy)
Alberto Marretta, Angelo Martinotti, Mauro Colella
Open source software and quantitative archaeology: converging trajectories?
Stefano Costa, Luca Bianconi

Modelling & sharing cultural heritage data (General Papers)

A DATABASE FOR RADIOCARBON DATES. Some methodological and theoretical issues about its implementation
Igor Bogdanovic, Giacomo Capuzzo, Glauco Mantegari, Juan A. Barceló

Reviewing spatial analyst in archaeological context, from disconnected components to a congruence way of integration

Approaching spatial context from a new perspective. What can we wait from “Archaeological Information Science”?
Alfredo Maximiano Castillejo, Enrique Cerrillo Cuenca
Open source geostatistics for archaeology: the fauna of Fumane cave
Enzo Cocca, Enrico Guastaldi, Marco Peresani, Matteo Romandini

Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs) in archaeology and cultural heritage: achievements, problems and perspectives

SDI: A perspective from a UK archaeological unit
Paul J Cripps

Standing structurally stable on the common grounds of archaeology

Theoretical Structural Archaeology
Geoff Carter

The shoulders of giants: open content in archaeology

Reflections on the rocky road to E-Archaeology
geoff carver
What does the Holy Grail look like? Defining open data in archaeology and the related issues
Stefano Costa, Andrew Bevan

The use of standardized vocabularies in archaeology

Experiences with SKOS from the STAR and STELLAR Projects
Douglas Tudhope, Ceri Binding, Phil Carlisle, Keith May, Andreas Vlachidis

The Virtuality-Reality Blender. Mediated and Mixed Reality applications in archaeology and cultural heritage

'Tangible Pasts': User-Centred Design of a Mixed Reality Application for Cultural Heritage
Angeliki Chrysanthi, Constantinos Papadopoulos, Tom Frankland
Renato Perucchio, Jannick Rolland, Elizabeth Colantoni

Three-dimensional archaeology; recording, analysis and visualisation

3D model of Lugo’s Roman Walls (Galicia-Spain) using a Terrestrial Laser Scanner and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle.
María J. Iniesto-Alba, Alicia Cañizares, David Miranda, Rafael Crecente
Capturing and working with 3D data in heritage contexts
Paul J Cripps

To posterity and beyond: bridging the gap between data creation and sustainability

Old places, New ideas: new routes into Canmore, the National Inventory of Scotland.
Peter McKeague, Susan Casey, Rebecca Jones
Why the SWORD is mightier than the pen: automated ingest and the SWORD-ARM project.
Ray Moore, Catherine Hardman, Jen Mitcham, Michael Charno, Lei Xia, Julian Richards
SVG Pottery: upgrading pottery publications to the Web age
Stefano Costa

Virtual museums and virtual heritage

Etruscanning 3D project. The 3D reconstruction of the Regolini Galassi Tomb as a research tool and a new approach in storytelling
Daniel Pletinckx, Raffaele Carlani, Irene Carpanese, Augusto Palombini, Christie Ray, Eva Pietroni
Sandstone Pointcloud Smartphone Footfall: using TLS data to engage visitors with hidden cultural heritage
David Strange-Walker, Julia E Clarke

Using tablet PCs to support field documentation

Paperless Recording at the Sangro Valley Project
Christopher F Motz, Sam Crowe Carrier


Visitor movement and tracking techniques. A methodological approach.
Angeliki Chrysanthi
An integrated remote sensing approach for regional geoarchaeology in northwestern India
Francesc Cecilia Conesa, Andrea Luca Balbo, Bernardo Rondelli, Marco Madella, P Ajithprasad
Integrating remote sensing techniques: the Penedes-Garraf (North-Eastern Spain) landscape case study
Irene Cruz, Hector A. Orengo, Josep M. Palet
No more pencils, no more field books… Archaeological drawing from total station data and digital photography
Celia Goncalves, Joao Cascalheira, Alexandrina Amorim, Nuno Bicho
VR as a tool for Ancient architecture. Examining some buildings in the eastern side of the forum of Pollentia (Alcúdia, Mallorca, Spain)
Bartomeu Vallori-Márquez, Catalina Mas-Florit, Miguel Ángel Cau Ontiveros
Interpreting the evolution of the Roman villa of Sa Mesquida (Mallorca, Balearic Islands) through VR and DEM models
Bartomeu Vallori-Márquez, Catalina Mas-Florit, Patricia A. Murrieta-Flores, Miguel Ángel Cau Ontiveros
Settlement patterns in Drahany Highlands: GIS and quantitative methods based approach
Lucie Culikova, Lukáš Holata
Across the river. Spatial analysis in the middle bassin of Ripoll river (Catalonia, Spain)
Maria Yubero-Gomez, Xavier Carlús
Royalty and Rust: Tidgrove Key Reconstructions
Grant Bryan Jeffrey Cox, David Hinton, kristian Strutt
Photo-realistic Reality: The Level V ‘Shrine of the Hunters’ at Çatalhöyük
Grant Cox, Graeme Earl, Ian Hodder, Shahina Farid, Stephanie Moser
The Portus Project: Simulating the Ship-sheds
Grant Bryan Jeffrey Cox, Simon Keay, Christina Triantaphyllou, Graeme Earl
Pursuing the Past: Geophysical prospection services in the Mediterranean
Sophie Hay, Stephen Kay, Kristian Strutt, Nicholas Crabb, Elizabeth Richley, Alice James
The Musawwarat Graffiti Archive: a workbench environment for the publication of large image collections and related complex data sets
Cornelia kleinitz, Robert Casties
From concept to practice – experimental archaeology and cultural education
Angelica Balos, Paul Cheptea, Marius Barbu, Andrei Mihai


MeshLab as a complete open tool for the integration of photos and color with high-resolution 3D geometry data
Marco Callieri, Matteo Dellepiane, Guido Ranzuglia, Paolo Cignoni, Roberto Scopigno
A methodology for the digitization of ancient buildings using open source software tools: the case of the Castle of Bouvignes
Daniel Pletinckx, Massimiliano Corsini

Ancient Italian landscapes: new insights from GIS, network and statistical approaches

Shepherds or farmers? GIS-based approaches to understand the pre-Roman transhumance and land exploitation in Umbrian region (Central Italy)
Tommaso Mattioli, Paolo Camerieri
Pastoral Strategies, Settlement Patterns and Environment in the Uplands of Val di Fiemme (Trentino, Italy): the application of logistic regression analysis and the importance of spatial autocorrelation.
Francesco Carrer
Scaling Etruscan expansion
Letizia Ceccarelli, David Redhouse, Simon Kenneth Stoddart

GIS methodologies, applications and case studies (General Papers)

Open source GIS for archaeological data: two case studies from British and Egyptian Archaeology
Anna Kathrin Hodgkinson, Stefano Costa, Luca Bianconi
Speeding up Georeferencing with subpixel accuracy
Gianluca Cantoro
PyArchinit: Database Mangement System and Archaeological GIS
Enzo Cocca, Luca Mandolesi, Simona Gugnali, Manuela Battaglia, Chiara Cesaretti, Valeria Casicci, Alessandra Peroni, Chiara Di Fronzo

Virtual Reconstructions: theory and practice (General Papers)

Handling transparency in 3d reconstructed on line environments: Aquae Patavinae VR case study
Sofia Pescarin, Daniele Ferdani, Bruno Fanini, Ivana Cerato, Guido Lucci Baldassari
Deconstructing Photorealism: Art or Science?
Grant Bryan Jeffrey Cox
VR of a 1st century AD Roman city. Pollentia: architecture, topography, geography
Bartomeu Vallori-Márquez, Miguel Ángel Cau Ontiveros
3D Laser Scanning and Virtual Reconstructions, their integration as research and educational tools for representing the past. Case of study: the Virtual Roman Baths of Edeta.
Pompei revived Scanning Mission- insula V 1
Nicolo' Dell'Unto, Matteo Dellepiane, Marco Callieri, Anne-Marie Leander, Stefan Lindgren, Carolina Larsson

Terrestrial Geophysics (General Papers)

Marta Caterina Bottacchi, Giulio Bigliardi, Sara Cappelli, Enzo Cocca, Stefano Camporeale, Emanuele Papi
Using Time Domain Reflectometry to monitor the geophysical properties of archaeological residues
Daniel Boddice, Laura Pring, Nicole Metje, David Chapman

Recording and processing 3D data in archaeological practice (General Papers)

Combining Terrestrial Laser Scanning and techniques of digital image processing in “Archaeology of the Architecture” analysis, in the Walls of the Andalusian Site of Vascos (Navalmoralejo, Toledo-Spain)
María J. Iniesto-Alba, Miguel Bru, Estela Paradelo, Ricardo Izquierdo, Pablo Carballo Cruz

Archaeological method & theory (General Papers)

Detection, recording and analysis of post-depositional transformations to the archaeological record
geoff carver

La Question du Jour: Laser Scanning or Photogrammetry

A new photogrammetric method applied to mining archaeology
Adrien Arles, Patrick Clerc, Florian Téreygeol, Jürgen Heckes