Presentations and Authors

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Acquisition and processing of marine geophysical data

Trials and tribulations of wreck visualisation using Multi-Beam Echo Sounder data.
Patrick Dresch, Paul Baggaley Baggaley

3D technologies for archaeological research: theory & methodologies

3D Documentation for the assessment of underwater archaeological remains
Barbara Davidde, Gabriele Gomez de Ayala, Roberto Petriaggi

Archaeological Information Modelling

Through an Archaeological Urban Data Model Handling Data Imperfection
Cyril de Runz, Asma Zoghlam, Dominique Pargny, Eric Desjardin, Herman Akdag

Archaeological Predictive Modelling: old applications to new environments and new applications to old environments

Mathematical models for the determination of archaeological potential
Gabriele Gattiglia, Nevio Dubbini

Archaeological Simulation Modelling as computational social science: next steps forward

Inside an Artificial Society. Beyond Science Fiction Tales
Juan A Barceló, Florencia Del Castillo

Artificial societies in prehistory and ancient times

Why Hunter and Gatherers did not die more often? Simulating prehistoric decision making
Florencia del Castillo, Juan A. Barcelo

Detection and analysis of change

Long-term change detection from the Mediterranean context: the case study of Menorca (Balearic Islands, Spain).
monica de cet, simón gornés hachero, joana gual cerdó, elena sintes olives, bianca willié, rainer duttmann, roberto risch, johannes müller
Using GIS and the analysis of published and unpublished urban excavations
Gareth Dean
Can Infovis tools support the analysis of spatio-temporal diffusion patterns in historic architecture?
Jean-Yves BLAISE, Iwona DUDEK

From the scientist to the citizen: communicating digital archaeology

A tangible chronology ?
Jean-Yves BLAISE, Iwona DUDEK

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

Integrated geospatial approaches to the interpretation of archaeological environments

Multi-method archaeological prospection in the Brú na Bóinne WHS, Co. Meath, Ireland.
Stephen Davis, Conor Brady, Kevin Barton

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

Comparing the informatics of text and Cultural Heritage: the SAWS project
Stuart Dunn, Anna Jordanous, Mark Hedges, Christoph Storz

Loc(i) Motion: current technologies and computational methodologies for exploring human movement in the past and present

Material Motion: A case study in quantitative motion analysis
Kirk Woolford, Stuart Dunn

People seeking collaborators

Developing tools for semi-automatic classification of phytoliths: a plea for help with image processing
Carla Lancelotti, Alessandro Mosca, Michelangelo Diligenti, Bernardo Rondelli, Marco Madella

Round-table: Problems, methods and solutions in archaeological prospection

Round Table Discussion
Kayt Armstrong, Chris Gaffney, Anthony Beck, Steve Davis, Klaus Locker, Karolin Kastowsky, Geert Verhoeven, Benjamin Vis, Jimmy Adcock, Jessica Ogden, Sophie Hay, Stephen Kay, Kris Strutt

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

Cultural Heritage Application Schema: a SDI framework within the Protected Sites INSPIRE Spatial Data Theme
Carlos Fernández Freire, Isabel del Bosque González, Pastor Fábrega Álvarez, Alfonso Fraguas Bravo, César Parcero Oubiña, Esther Pérez Asensio, Antonio Uriarte González, Juan Manuel Vicent García

Spatial thinking in archaeology

Can points, polygons, and lines represent dynamic and differing spatial landscapes of hunter-gatherers, pastoralists, and fisher-folk? An example of the role of GIS in understanding Holocene archaeology in the Lake Turkana basin in Northern Kenya
Loretta Dibble

Standing structurally stable on the common grounds of archaeology

Structural assessment of ancient building components
Georg Herdt, Aykut Erkal, Dina D’Ayala, Mark Wilson Jones

The big digital archaeology Digital Humanities Venn Diagram Show (Round-table)

Guerilla Foursquare: A digital archaeological appropriation of commercial location-based social networking.
Andrew Dufton, Stuart Eve

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

Personalizing interactive digital storytelling in archaeological museums: the CHESS project
Maria Roussou, Laia Pujol-Tost, Olivier Balet, Stavrina Poulou, Niki Dollis

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

The new Research Data Centre for Archaeology and Historical Studies in Germany
Ortwin Prof. Dr. Dally, Florian Fischer, Felix Dr. Schäfer
Marine Digital Data Archiving with MEDIN : Measure once, use many times
Tom Dommett

Virtual museums and virtual heritage

Back into Pleistocene waters
Augusto Palombini, Antonia Arnoldus Huydzendveld, Marco Di Ioia, Patrizia Gioia, Carlo Persiani, Sofia Pescarin
Mapping the museum: artefacts to hand - A 3D tablet interactive visualisation, reaching from the museum into the showcases
Maria Doriana De Padova
Interactive workspace for exploring heterogeneous data
Uros Damnjanovic, Sorin Hermon

Archaeological Predictive Modelling II: applications

Lost Worlds: A predictive model to locate submerged archaeological sites in SE Alaska, USA
Kelly R Monteleone, E. James Dixon
Modeling Ice Patch Location via GIS Analysis of Topography - Short Paper
Nicholas Levi Jarman, Kelly R Monteleone, E James Dixon, Michael Claude Grooms


From 3D GIS to ArcheoGIS: First Steps towards a Timeless Conceptual Model
Berdien De Roo, Ruben Maddens, Ann Vanclooster, Jean Bourgeois, Philippe De Maeyer


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

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

Historic and archaeological itineraries for the discovery of Friuli during the Lombard period
Sara Gonizzi Barsanti, Davide Gherdevich, Donata Degrassi

GIS methodologies, applications and case studies (General Papers)

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)

Restitutions of architectural hypotheses in an archaeological 3D GIS
Eric Desjardin, Olivier Nocent, Dominique Pargny, Cyril de Runz
Pompei revived Scanning Mission- insula V 1
Nicolo' Dell'Unto, Matteo Dellepiane, Marco Callieri, Anne-Marie Leander, Stefan Lindgren, Carolina Larsson

Archaeological method & theory (General Papers)

Visualising time with multiple granularities: a generic framework.
Jean-Yves BLAISE, Iwona DUDEK

La Question du Jour: Laser Scanning or Photogrammetry

3D Laser Scan of Stonehenge, Wiltshire.
Andrew James Dodson, Cory D Hope