Presentations and Authors

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3D technologies for archaeological research: theory & methodologies

Methodological contest between high-end hardware and low-cost equipment for archaeological documentation
Undine Lieberwirth, Bernhard Fritsch, Markus Neteler, Markus Metz

Archaeological Information Modelling

Data-oriented approach versus process-oriented approach : from Computing to Archaeology
Djindjian François

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

Virtually Visiting Williamsburg: The Use of 3D Modeling to Enrich the Museum Guest Experience
Lisa E. Fischer
Hands-Off: Using Kinect to virtually query the ancient Maya city of Copan, Honduras
Heather Richards-Rissetto, Jim Robertsson, Giorgio Agugiaro, Fabio Remondino, Gabrio Girardi, Jennifer von Schwerin, Maurizio Forte
A real-time exploration of the virtual reconstruction of the “Pórtico de la Gloria” instruments
Roi Méndez Fernández

Embracing uncertainty in archaeology

Handling Uncertain Information on Archaeological Sites - Lesson from the 3.11 Shock in Japan-
Yu Fujimoto
Embracing Uncertainty and The London Charter: Case Studies with the 3D Restoration of Ancient Sculpture
Bernard Frischer

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

Large databases and datasets

Semantics and thesauri for the study of Ancient Curse Tablets
Achille Felicetti

Novel technologies for supporting archaeological fieldwork

Identifying and tracing archaeological material with RFID tags.
Ana María López, Ana Maria Salinas, Eduardo Pascual, Guillermo Azuara, Gloria Fernández, Elena Gallego, Francisco Burillo
Using technology to explore issues of communication and disruption in archaeological fieldwork
Tom Frankland

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

From space to graphs for understanding the spatial changes with the medieval and modern fiscal sources
Mélanie Le Couédic, Xavier Rodier, Samuel Leturcq, Florent Hautefeuille, Bertrand Jouve, Etienne Fieux
Integrating spatial analyses into foraging societies land use strategies. A case study from the Nalón basin (Asturias, North of Spain).
Miguel Angel Fano, Alejandro Garcia
GIS & Statistical Methods applied on the ager Tarraconensis.
José Ignacio Fiz

Round-table: Realism & Archaeology

STONE LANDSCAPES | a fine art route through landscape visualisation
Rose Ferraby

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

From system to society and safety: Twelve months of Consortium for the Earthquake-Damaged Cultural Heritage of Japan
Yasuhisa Kondo, Takayuki Ako, Yu Fujimoto, Yoichi Seino, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Tomokatsu Uozu, Akihiro Kaneda
The visualization of the archaeological information through web servers: from data records on the ground to web publication by means of Web Map Services (WMS)
Jose-Julio Zancajo-Jimeno, Teresa Mostaza-Perez, Mercedes Farjas-Abadia
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

Formalization of scientific process and conceptual modelling for the study of territorial and products distribution dynamics (ArchaeDyn II programme)
Xavier Rodier, Laure Saligny, Frédérique Bertoncello, François Favory, Elise Fovet, Christina Gandini, Estelle Gauthier, Murielle Leroy, Laure Nuninger, Nicolas Poirier, Olivier Weller

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

Virtual Hands Free Interaction with 3D Objects and Environments
Dante Abate, Graziano Furini, Silvio Migliori, Samuele Pierattini
'Tangible Pasts': User-Centred Design of a Mixed Reality Application for Cultural Heritage
Angeliki Chrysanthi, Constantinos Papadopoulos, Tom Frankland

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


Rock Art on the Cloud: Spatial Data Infrastructure about Horn of Africa rock art
Alfonso Fraguas-Bravo
Photo-realistic Reality: The Level V ‘Shrine of the Hunters’ at Çatalhöyük
Grant Cox, Graeme Earl, Ian Hodder, Shahina Farid, Stephanie Moser
Distribution analysis of bone findings in the prehistoric site of Mondeval de Sora (Belluno - Italy): issues and proposals
Maria Chiara Turrini, Giulia Rinaldi, Federica Fontana, Antonio Guerreschi, Ursula Thun Hohenstein
LiDAR data evaluation for archaeological purposes in Northwest Iberia
João Fonte, Luis Gonçalves Seco
The Scottish Ten project
Adam Matthew Frost

3D technologies for archaeological research: applications

Exploring the perception of epigraphy: Analysis of visualisations through eye tracking
Adam Frost
The Digital Hadrian's Villa Project: Virtual World Technology as an Aid to Finding Alignments between Built and Celestial Features
Bernard Frischer
Towards an interactive procedural reconstruction of the Louvre
Sven Havemann, Ulrich Krispel, Wolfgang Thaller, Rene Zmugg, Martin Pszeida, Dieter Fellner

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

Francesca Fulminante

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
The medieval settlement of Montieri, from archaeological excavation to 3D reconstruction
Daniele Ferdani, Giovanna Bianchi

Terrestrial Geophysics (General Papers)

The effects of seasonal variation on archaeological detection using earth resistance: Preliminary results from an ongoing study
Robert Fry, Anthony Beck, Chris Gaffney, David Stott

Archaeological method & theory (General Papers)

15 more years of computer applications in archaeology
Tom Frankland

La Question du Jour: Laser Scanning or Photogrammetry

Revealing hidden realities in archaeology through laser scanner technologies. A critical analysis.
Mercedes Farjas, Jose Julio Zancajo, Teresa Mostaza, Juan Gregorio Rejas
Site recording using automatic image based three dimensional reconstruction techniques
Victor Ferreira
Close-range photogrammetry vs. 3D scanning: Comparing data capture, processing and model generation in the field and the lab
Rachel Opitz, Katie Simon, Adam Barnes, Kevin Fisher, Lauren Lippiello

On a Smaller Scale: 3D Modelling and Analyses of Finds

Old stones & new technologies
Claire Rebecca Fisher, Richard Abel, Russell Garwood, David Underhill, Craig Williams, Nick Mark Ashton