Presentations and Authors

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Acquisition and processing of marine geophysical data

Data acquisition, processing and integration: A submerged Middle Palaeolithic site case study
Louise Tizzard
Acoustic Data in Underwater Archaeology
Sašo Poglajen
Trials and tribulations of wreck visualisation using Multi-Beam Echo Sounder data.
Patrick Dresch, Paul Baggaley Baggaley
Managing data from multiple sensors in an interdisciplinary research cruise
Øyvind Ødegård

3D technologies for archaeological research: theory & methodologies

Groovy hardware on my wish list
geoff carver
Methodological contest between high-end hardware and low-cost equipment for archaeological documentation
Undine Lieberwirth, Bernhard Fritsch, Markus Neteler, Markus Metz
Making visible: 3D voxel representations of ‘sites without features’. The case study of Hoge Vaart, the Netherlands
Stefania Merlo, Hans Peeters
Image-Based 3D Documentation of Archaeological Trenches Considering Spatial, Temporal and Semantic Aspects
Robert Wulff, Reinhard Koch
Three dimensional modular construction system for interpretation and visualization of archaeological urban environments
Paul Johnson, Michael Klein, Nicola Schiavottiello
The archaeologist perspective on the use of procedural modeling
Nicola Amico, Sorin Hermon
3D Documentation for the assessment of underwater archaeological remains
Barbara Davidde, Gabriele Gomez de Ayala, Roberto Petriaggi
A Proposed 3-D Imaging Technique for Recording a Submerged Cultural Resource
Brian Seymour
3D documentation and exploratory data analysis of excavation data using GIS
Markos Katsianis, Spyros Tsipidis

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

3D Representations from Reflectance Transformation Image Datasets: A case study from early Egypt
Kathryn E. Piquette, Lindsay W. MacDonald
Re-reading the British Memorial: RTI and memorial inscriptions in British churches
Gareth Beale, Nicole Beale
Multispectral Image Analysis of a Censored Postcard from 1942
Florian Kleber, Fabian Hollaus, Robert Sablatnig
Multi-spectral imaging of historic handwritings
Fabian Hollaus, Florian Kleber, Robert Sablatnig
RTI and Graphical Visualisation
Graeme Earl, Gareth Beale, Hembo Pagi, Grant Cox
Advances in the computational photography tools: Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) and Algorithmic Rendering (AR)
Carla Schroer, Mark Mudge
An improved algorithm of artifact restoration based on image reassembly (long paper)
wuyang shui, mingquan zhou, zhongke wu

Archaeological Information Modelling

Data-oriented approach versus process-oriented approach : from Computing to Archaeology
Djindjian François
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
Linking with legacy: Modelling spatio-temporal distribution patterns of 40 year old excavation data from the settlement site of Zagora
Ian Johnson, Beatrice McLoughlin, Matthew McCallum, Andrew Wilson, Steven Hayes
Imperfect temporal information in data sets
Koen Van Daele
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

Philip Verhagen, Laure Nuninger, François-Pierre Tourneux, Frédérique Bertoncello, Karen Jeneson
The landscape of central places
Bo Ejstrud
Mathematical models for the determination of archaeological potential
Gabriele Gattiglia, Nevio Dubbini
Ecological niche modelling for archaeological prediction: Case studies from the Pleistocene Levant and Holocene East Japan
Yasuhisa Kondo, Takashi Oguchi
Bill Wilcox
A Paleoeconomic Approach to Predictive Modeling in the Lower Mississippi River Region (Southern Arkansas, Northern Louisiana, and Western Mississippi, USA).
Thomas G. Whitley, Inna Burns
Predictive Models and Advanced Hydrology Systems- A New Route to Improving Predictive Models
Doug Rocks-Macqueen

Archaeological Simulation Modelling as computational social science: next steps forward

Inside an Artificial Society. Beyond Science Fiction Tales
Juan A Barceló, Florencia Del Castillo
Evaluating Prehistoric Population Events in Finland: A Simulation Approach
Tarja Sundell, Juhana Kammonen, Martin Heger, Jukka Palo, Päivi Onkamo
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
A High-Performance Computing Simulation of an Irrigation Management System: The Hohokam Water Management Simulation II
John T. Murphy
Applying Parallel and Distributed Computational Methodology to Modelling Irrigation Agriculture
Mark Altaweel

Artificial societies in prehistory and ancient times

Applying the ODD protocol in agent-based modeling of past socio-ecological dynamics
Bernardo Rondelli, Xavier Rubio, Alexis Torrano, Andrea Balbo, Miguel Ramirez, Carla Lancelotti, Matthieu Salpeteur, Victoria Reyes-García, Marco Madella
Modeling Anthropic Ecosystems: a framework to understanding the whole before modeling the parts
Andreas Angourakis
SteppingIn – modern humans moving into Europe
Fulco Scherjon
Why Hunter and Gatherers did not die more often? Simulating prehistoric decision making
Florencia del Castillo, Juan A. Barcelo

Computer-aided coin archiving and processing

Semantic Web Technologies Applied to Numismatic Collections
Ethan Gruber, Sebastian Heath, Andrew Meadows, Daniel Pett, Karsten Tolle, David Wigg-Wolf
Different online coin databases for different use: two examples
Mario Schlapke
Digitalization of the Collection of Roman Republican Coins in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria
Klaus Vondrovec
Using Image Analysis to Match a Coin to a Database
Sebastian Zambanini
Automatically Recognizing the Legends of Ancient Roman Imperial Coins
Albert Kavelar, Sebastian Zambanini, Martin Kampel
Automatic coin classification and identification
Reinhold Huber-Mörk, Michael Nölle, Michael Rubik, Michael Hödlmoser, Martin Kampel, Sebastian Zambanini
IBISA 3D: Image-Based Identification/Search for Archaeology Using a Three-dimensional Coin Model
Sylvain Marchand
The use of computed tomography within the study of archaeological coins
James Miles, Graeme Earl, David Hinton, Ian Sinclair, Mark Mavrogordato
Telling the story of ancient coins by means of interactive RTI images visualization
Gianpaolo Palma, Roberto Scopigno, Eliana Siotto, Sabrina Batino, Monica Baldassarri, Marc Proesmans
Dies Studies Online
Robert Bracey

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

Virtual Reality Simulations in Cultural Heritage
Ioanneta Vergi
Teaching Cultural Heritage and 3D Modelling through a Virtual Reconstruction of a late Middle-Age Church
Andres Bustillo, Ines Miguel, Lena Saladina Iglesias, Ana Maria Peña, Laura Martinez
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
Three-dimensional tour into the mysterious world of Ancient Egyptian Mummies. A stereo 3D film in the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
Máté Petrik, Miklós Kázmér, Zsófia Végvári
Using ConML to visualize the main historical monuments of Crete
Panagiotis Parthenios
A real-time exploration of the virtual reconstruction of the “Pórtico de la Gloria” instruments
Roi Méndez Fernández
Taking excavation to a virtual world: importing archaeological spatial data to Second Life and OpenSim
Isto Huvila, Kari Uotila
The role of heritage education in the development of 3D virtual models
M.Carmen Rojo, Tània Martínez, Mireia Romero
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

Surface artifact survey and analysis of ceramic concentrations
Ondřej Malina, Jakub Šilhavý
Neolithic and Chalcolithic territorial patterns in Moldavia (Romania). Remarks on Neamt and Iasi regions.
Andrei Asandulesei, Robin Brigand, Vasile Cotiuga, Olivier Weller
Landscape change at Metaponto: a tale of two DEMs
Jessica Trelogan, Alessandro Rizzo, Esmeralda Moscatelli
Seeing the unseen: Archaeological detection outside the visible spectrum
David Stott, Doreen Boyd, Anthony Beck, Anthony Cohn
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
Interpreting time – representing chronology
Katalin Tolnai

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
Handling Uncertain Information on Archaeological Sites - Lesson from the 3.11 Shock in Japan-
Yu Fujimoto
Two techniques for the assessment of the positional uncertainty derived from the polygon-to-point collapse operation
Fernando Sanchez-Trigueros, Antoni Canals
Map Digitisations: Methodological Foundations, Uncertainties, and Error Margins at the example of the Gough Map
Catja Pafort
Reliability of the representation of a distribution: a case-study on Middle Bronze Age metal finds in the Seine valley.
Estelle Gauthier, Maréva Gabillot
Temporal Uncertainty and Artefact Chronologies
Andrew Bevan
Exploring probable histories: applying Monte-Carlo methods for uncertainties in spatial and temporal analysis.
Enrico R. Crema
Quantifying the Obvious: communicating uncertainty in the geochemical provenance of archaeological ceramics
Alice Hunt
Embracing Uncertainty and The London Charter: Case Studies with the 3D Restoration of Ancient Sculpture
Bernard Frischer
Shape grammar modelling and the visualisation of an uncertain past
Matthew James Harrison

From the scientist to the citizen: communicating digital archaeology

Matera Città Narrata project: a multimedia and multiplatform guide for mobile systems
Eva Pietroni
History in 3D: New Virtualization Techniques for Innovative Architectural and Archeological Scholarship and Education
Krupali Krusche, Paul Turner, Christopher Sweet
A tangible chronology ?
Jean-Yves BLAISE, Iwona DUDEK
Human guinea pigs and casual collaborators: Crowdsourcing archaeological data
Anthony Masinton
A new online platform for archaeological and cultural heritage dissemination and discussion
Nicola Schiavottiello, Sharjil Nawed
GeoDia: or, Navigating archaeological time and space in an American college classroom
Adam Rabinowitz, Stuart Ross, Adrienne Witzel, Nick Rabinowitz
An Architect in Contemporary Archaeology, Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk

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

Philip Verhagen, Tom Brughmans, Laure Nuninger, Frédérique Bertoncello
Least-cost networks
Irmela Herzog
Navigating the Network: a Network Analysis of Roman Transport Routes
David Andrew Potts
The Shape of the Ancient World Project
Jonathan Allan Weiland
The Spatial Construct of Social Relations: human interaction and modelling agency
Mu-Chun Wu
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
Graves and graphs: relational approach to mortuary analysis
Daniel Sosna, Patrik Galeta, Ladislav Šmejda
A new method of spatial analysis based on the extraction of proximity graphs
Diego Jimenez
A network-based approach to the analysis of the spatial distribution of artefacts from surface contexts
John Pouncett

Geomorphometric approaches in archaeology

A Digital Terrain Analysis and Multi-Critera Evaluation of Higher Archaeological Potential Landforms in Northern Alaska.
Sarah Kessick
Identifying landforms of archaeological interest in Alberta's oil sands region: a geomorphometric approach
Robin Woywitka
Spatial characterization and prediction of Neanderthal sites based on stochastic environmental modelling
Michael Märker, Michael Bolus

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
Rural Life in Protohistoric Italy: using integrated spatial data to explore protohistoric settlement in the Sibaritide
Kayt Armstrong, Martijn van Leusen
Multi+ or Manifold Geophysical Prospection?
Apostolis Sarris
Multi-method archaeological prospection in the Brú na Bóinne WHS, Co. Meath, Ireland.
Stephen Davis, Conor Brady, Kevin Barton
Above and below: an integrated approach to the analysis and visualisation of data from topographic and geophysical surveys
John Pouncett, Christine Markussen

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

When, what, where, how and who?
Sarah May
Exploring Semantic Web-based research questions for the spatio-temporal relationships at Çatalhöyük
Holly Wright, James Stuart Taylor
Comparing the informatics of text and Cultural Heritage: the SAWS project
Stuart Dunn, Anna Jordanous, Mark Hedges, Christoph Storz
From the Slope of Elightenment to the Plataeu of Productivity
Michael Charno, Stuart Jeffrey, Doug Tudhope, Keith May, Ceri Binding
Linking data to explore Landscape and Identity in England
John Pybus, Xin Xiong, Chris Gosden, Zena Kamash, Chris Green, Letty Ten Harkel
ArcheoInf, the CIDOC-CRM and STELLAR: workflow, bottlenecks, and where we go from here?
Geoff Carver
@OccupyWatlingStreet: Can we find out Who was occupying What, Where and When in the past?
Keith May

Large databases and datasets

Archaeology in broad strokes: collating data for England from 1500 BC to AD 1086
Chris Green, Chris Gosden, Zena Kamash, Letty Ten Harkel, Xin Xiong, John Pybus
Data journey - excavation data goes to large dataset
Karin Lund
Material Culture Living Conditions: a digital platform for the publication of large artifact assemblage´s datasets
Jesús Bermejo Tirado, Irene Mañas
ARCA: creating and integrating archaeological databases.
Maria del Carmen Moreno Escobar
Semantics and thesauri for the study of Ancient Curse Tablets
Achille Felicetti
Database of Estonian Archaeological Collections – development, problems, perspectives
Priit Lätti
«Askeladden» - the Norwegian database system for cultural heritage: From closed system for professionals to open access and interaction with “everyone”
Evy Berg
OpenInfRA – Storing and retrieving information in a heterogeneous documentation system (Long Paper)
Felix Falko Schäfer, Alexander Schulze
ROAD - A Portal and Platform for Research on Early Humans
Michael Märker, Zara Kanaeva, Geraldine Quénéhervé, Volker Hochschild

Lightning talks

“TOMOBIKI Night” a Japanese Archaeo-GIS Ustream programme
Yasuhisa Kondo, Takayuki Ako

Linked open data for the ancient world

Data sharing in archaeology: vision, nightmare or reality?
Anja Masur, Christian Ansorge
Sea++: Connecting the Ancient World with Pelagios Project
Leif Isaksen, Elton Barker, Rainer Simon
Archaeology and the Semantic Webs
Leif Isaksen, Kirk Martinez, Graeme Earl
Linking Roman Coins: Current Work at the American Numismatic Society
Ethan Gruber, Gilles Bransbourg, Sebastian Heath, Andrew Meadows

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

Markers, visibility and the structuration of past landscapes. Analysing the role of megalithic monuments as waypoints during Iberian Late Prehistory.
Patricia Murrieta-Flores
Bronze age pathways? Past populations mobility in prehistoric landscapes.
Maria Yubero-Gomez, Xavier Esteve, Xavier Rubio-Campillo, F.Javier López-Cachero
Tides across space: new approaches in understanding maritime cultural landscape dynamics.
Rodrigo Pacheco-Ruiz
Everything flows: a computational approach to fluid landscapes
Dimitrij Mlekuž
Calculating Accessibility
Irmela Herzog
Archaeology, mobility and the lived experience
Jim Leary
Material Motion: A case study in quantitative motion analysis
Kirk Woolford, Stuart Dunn

Novel technologies for supporting archaeological fieldwork

A Free and Open Source Platform for remote sensing and 3D data acquisition.
Alessandro Bezzi, Luca Bezzi, Rupert Gietl
Identifying and tracing archaeological material with RFID tags.
Ana María López, Ana Maria Salinas, Eduardo Pascual, Guillermo Azuara, Gloria Fernández, Elena Gallego, Francisco Burillo
Archaeology and Technology: Towards Collaborative Decipherment of Non-Verbal Markings
Barbara Rita Barricelli, Stefano Valtolina
ARCH (Archaeological Recovering for Cultural Heritage) and its application to the roman forum of Cástulo
Ana Martinez, Francisco Arias de Haro, Marcelo Lopez Castro
Principles of human-computer interaction in fieldwork software. Study of the archaeologist as a user and its implications
Patricia Martín-Rodilla
Using technology to explore issues of communication and disruption in archaeological fieldwork
Tom Frankland
Can you hack (the) communication?
Hugh Corley
Learning Sites, free open source communication and data-exchange tools for archaeological fieldwork and education
Jitte Waagen

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
FKI - A New Research Institute for Culture and Computer Science in Berlin, Germany
Elisabeth Lindinger
21st Century Archaeology- How Do We Make an Archaeology Curriculum that Involves Digital Devices Beyond Token Programs?
Doug Rocks-Macqueen

Quantitative studies in Italian archaeology: new approaches to old problems

Quantitative methods in italian archaeology: a review
alessandro guidi
Two heads are better than one - New approaches to identifying the origins of agriculture in Italy with DNA and C14
Keri A. Brown, Craig Alexander
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
Dating Back Historical Rock Art on Marble Surfaces By means of a Mathematical Model for the Natural Erosion Processes.
Paolo Emilio BAGNOLI
The Use of CFD to Understand Thermal Environments Inside Roman Baths: A Transdisciplinary Approach
Taylor Oetelaar, Clifton Johnston, David Wood, Lisa Hughes, John Humphrey
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
Constraining flexibility: moving entity relationships from structure to data
Ian Johnson, Stephen A White
Information Models as Representations of Paradox of Change and Control in Digital Infrastructures
Teija Tuulia Oikarinen, Helena Karasti
‘The metadata is the message’: communicate knowledge through metadata
Paola Ronzino, Valentina Vassallo, Sorin Hermon, Franco Niccolucci
Manuella Kadar, Maria Muntean
Connecting Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana: the Iberian digital collections
Ana Martinez, Francisco Gómez Cabeza, Arturo Ruiz Rodríguez, Alberto Sánchez Vizcaino

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
Landscape networks. The spatial reflection of past and present processes.
Luis Antonio Sevillano Perea
The Distribution Map – One step beyond
Gary Nobles
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
Open source geostatistics for archaeology: the fauna of Fumane cave
Enzo Cocca, Enrico Guastaldi, Marco Peresani, Matteo Romandini
Zooming patterns among the scales
Alessio Palmisano
Ecological and social space in the high mountains in South Norway 8500 – 2000 BP
Espen Uleberg, Ellen Anne Pedersen
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
Bootstrapped Correspondence Analysis in Practice
Kris Lockyear

Round-table: New interactive 3D solutions for cultural heritage visualization

Round Table Discussion
Alyson Gill et al.
Reconstructing the Baths of Caracalla
Taylor Oetelaar

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

Round-table: Realism & Archaeology

The Web as a Space for Interpretation of the Real in Archaeology
Nicole Beale
Terrestrial Laser Scanning and Realism: Decisions Made for Effective Communication
Amy Nettley
Physically Accurate Computer Graphics: A New Visual Medium for Archaeolgy
Gareth Beale
The Paradox of Translating Reality into Photorealism: From Fieldwork and Recording to Computer Graphic Interpretations
Constantinos Papadopoulos
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
Beyond INSPIRE: towards delivering richer heritage data in Scotland.
Peter McKeague, Mike Middleton
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
(Not) Integrating cultural heritage in the National Spatial Data Infrastructure of Botswana. Some considerations and challenges.
Stefania Merlo
SDI: A perspective from a UK archaeological unit
Paul J Cripps

Spatial thinking in archaeology

Concepts for Studying the Built Environment: A framework of socio-spatial reasoning for identifying and operationalising comparative analytical units in GIS
Benjamin N. Vis
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
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
Detecting the causal action, mapping the spatial distribution consequence: Geostatistic approach in chemical residues at intra-site level.
Alfredo Maximiano Castillejo
Exploring the effects of curvature and refraction on GIS-based visibility studies
Mariza Kormann, Gary Lock
Spatial Configuration and the Roman House: A Visibility Graph Analysis Approach
Adlai Lang
“There’s an App for that”: How can smartphones improve the ergonomics of landscape study, analysis and interpretation?
Lawrence Shaw
Diffusion of Raw Materials and Manufactured Objects. A challenge for spatial analysis?
Estelle Gauthier, Olivier Weller, Jessica Giraud, Robin Brigand

Standing structurally stable on the common grounds of archaeology

Renato Perucchio
Structural analysis of earthworks and wooden systems: a support to restore the neolithic monumental architecture
Theoretical Structural Archaeology
Geoff Carter
Reconstruction of Ruined Archaeological Structures Using Structural Analysis Methods
James Miles, Aykut Erkal
Structural assessment of ancient building components
Georg Herdt, Aykut Erkal, Dina D’Ayala, Mark Wilson Jones

Texturing remote sensing data processing for archaeological research: innovation and experimentation

First steps towards detection of archaeological objects in high-resolution remotely sensed images of the Silvretta Alps
Karsten Lambers, Igor Zingman
New advances in the detection of centuriated field systems
Hèctor A. Orengo, Josep Maria Palet

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 shoulders of giants: open content in archaeology

Re-introducing FASTI Online: FASTI and Furious
Jessica Ogden
Half open or half shut? Can digital archiving and Linked Data resource discovery provide the best of both worlds?
Keith May, Ceri Binding, Doug Tudhope
Reflections on the rocky road to E-Archaeology
geoff carver
Web Services, XML and Ancient Documents
Henriette Roued-Cunliffe
What does the Holy Grail look like? Defining open data in archaeology and the related issues
Stefano Costa, Andrew Bevan A Case Study in Facilitating Open Access in Archaeology
Doug Rocks-Macqueen

The use of standardized vocabularies in archaeology

PICO thesaurus, a semantic solution for CulturaItalia project
Matteo Lorenzini
On Implementing and using SKOS in simple databases
Matthias Lang
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

Installation for Interpretation of Archaeological Sites. The Portus Visualisation Project
Javier Pereda
Virtual Hands Free Interaction with 3D Objects and Environments
Dante Abate, Graziano Furini, Silvio Migliori, Samuele Pierattini
iConText – an App for Conveying Archaeological Contexts and Reception Histories of Exhibits to Museum Visitors
Marco Klindt, Daniel Baum, Steffen Prohaska, Hans-Christian Hege
Personalizing interactive digital storytelling in archaeological museums: the CHESS project
Maria Roussou, Laia Pujol-Tost, Olivier Balet, Stavrina Poulou, Niki Dollis
'Tangible Pasts': User-Centred Design of a Mixed Reality Application for Cultural Heritage
Angeliki Chrysanthi, Constantinos Papadopoulos, Tom Frankland
Reconstructing Victorian Newcastle through Augmented Reality and Mobile Technology
Ning Gu, Tessa Morrison
Renato Perucchio, Jannick Rolland, Elizabeth Colantoni

Three-dimensional archaeology; recording, analysis and visualisation

Virtual RTI of Three Dimensional Datasets
James Miles
Low-cost, rapid, mid-resolution 3D data capture using miniature, automatic Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and modern computer vision algorithms
Hartmut Tschauner
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
Recording on Commercial Excavations with the Nikon Archaeology iSpace System.
Maarten Smeets, Geoff Avern
Multi-scalar, multi-sensor, three-dimensional documentation: two case studies exploring the utility of various methods in different environments
Rachel Opitz, Katie Simon, Geoff Avern, Thann Baker, Christine Markussen
Archiving Three-Dimensional Archaeology: New Technologies, New Solutions?
Kieron Niven
Capturing and working with 3D data in heritage contexts
Paul J Cripps

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
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
SEAD - The Strategic Environmental Archaeology Database. Inter-linking multiproxy environmental data with archaeological investigations and ecology.
Philip Iain Buckland, Erik J Eriksson, Fredrik Palm
Marine Digital Data Archiving with MEDIN : Measure once, use many times
Tom Dommett
SVG Pottery: upgrading pottery publications to the Web age
Stefano Costa
JISC DataPool
Graeme Earl
Incentivising data publication: the REWARD project and the Journal of Open Archaeology Data
Brian Hole, Anastasia Sakellariadi

Virtual museums and virtual heritage

Etruscanning 3D: an innovative project about Etruscans
Eva Pietroni, Daniel Pletinckx, Wim Hupperetz, Claudio Rufa
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
Evaluating Virtual Museums: archeovirtual test-case
Sofia Pescarin, Wim Hupperetz, Alfonsina Pagano, Christie Ray, Mattias Wallergård
Sandstone Pointcloud Smartphone Footfall: using TLS data to engage visitors with hidden cultural heritage
David Strange-Walker, Julia E Clarke
Back into Pleistocene waters
Augusto Palombini, Antonia Arnoldus Huydzendveld, Marco Di Ioia, Patrizia Gioia, Carlo Persiani, Sofia Pescarin
The Virtual Museum
Laia Pujol, Anna Lorente
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
Ways of Seeing the English Domestic Interior, 1500-1700: the case of digital decorative textiles
Catherine Richardson, Tara Hamling, Graeme Earl, Maria Hayward

Using tablet PCs to support field documentation

The recording of rescue archaeology data from rural test trenching by the French National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research (INRAP - France) in the Rhône Alpes area : elements of archaeological metrology
Bertrand Moulin, Ellebore Segain, Véronique Vachon, Pierre Jacquet
Paperless Recording at the Sangro Valley Project
Christopher F Motz, Sam Crowe Carrier
Tablet computer as a documentation tool for excavating an archaeological site: practical employment in the field and future possibilities
Eva Butina
Bogdan Marek Bobowski
Comprehensive Digital Recording and Analysis: iPads, Photogrammetry, Geophysics and GIS.
Eric E. Poehler
Pompeii and the iPad: an update
Steven Ellis, John Wallrodt

Archaeological Predictive Modelling II: applications

Familiar road, unfamiliar ground: Archaeological Predictive Modelling in Hungary
Gergely Padányi-Gulyás, Máté Stibrányi, Gábor Mesterházy
Landscape reconstruction and archaeological prediction in the Lake Manyara area, Northern Tanzania
Michael Märker, Geraldine Quénéhervé, Felix Bachofer, Christine Hertler, Liane Giemsch
Lost Worlds: A predictive model to locate submerged archaeological sites in SE Alaska, USA
Kelly R Monteleone, E. James Dixon
Predicting Macedonian tombs' locations using GIS, predictive modeling and fuzzy logic
Aikaterini Balla, Gerasimos Pavlogeorgatos, Despoina Tsiafakis, George Pavlidis
Predictive Modelling in Rock Art Research Without Absence Data
Michelle Lynn Wienhold
Modeling Ice Patch Location via GIS Analysis of Topography - Short Paper
Nicholas Levi Jarman, Kelly R Monteleone, E James Dixon, Michael Claude Grooms


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
3D Macrowear Analysis of Sculpture techniques in the Manufacture of the Neolithic Stelae with Horns of the Serra de Mas Bonet (Vilafant, Catalonia)
Vera Moitinho de Almeida, Rafel Rosillo, Antoni Palomo
Alejandro Garcia, Diego Garate
A survey on archaeological Web Gis: interoperability, usability, interface from the beginning to the future development
anna maria marras
Modelling Neolithic site location with MaxEnt
Claira Lietar
The use of GIS for comprehensive analysis of heterogeneous data collected at the Preobragenka-6 burial ground
Olga Pozdnyakova, Elena Rybina
Simulated paths, real paths? The study case of the Iberian Cessetania (iron age society). POSTER
Joan Canela Gràcia
From 3D GIS to ArcheoGIS: First Steps towards a Timeless Conceptual Model
Berdien De Roo, Ruben Maddens, Ann Vanclooster, Jean Bourgeois, Philippe De Maeyer
karim sadr
Preparing High Resolution DTM to Prospect Ancient Roads in Saxony (Poster)
Reiner Goeldner
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
Mapping the Late Iron Age of the Vredefort Dome, South Africa
Patrick Joseph Byrne
Intrasite spatial analysis of the cemeteries with dispersed cremations
Marge Konsa
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
(Re)seeing the engraved block of El Mirón Cave (Ramales de la Victoria, Cantabria, Spain)
Vera Moitinho de Almeida, Luis Teira, Manuel González-Morales, Lawrence G. Straus, Millán Mozota, Ana Blasco
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
Investigations at Roman Maryport. Integrated use of Geophysical Survey Methods to investigate the Extra-Mural area of a Roman fort.
John Alan Biggins, Kristian Strutt, David Taylor
Settlement patterns in Drahany Highlands: GIS and quantitative methods based approach
Lucie Culikova, Lukáš Holata
Ontology-based Collaborative Image Annotation
Yi Hong
Application of RTI in Conservation
Photographic rectification and photogrammetric methodology applied to the study of construction process of the Provincial Forum of Tarraco (Spain)
Maria Serena Vinci
Paris and its urban area at the intersection of history and geography (9th-19th century)
COSTA Laurent
ADeX for Protected Sites - Steps towards Standardisation in German Heritage (Poster)
Reiner Goeldner
Rock Art on the Cloud: Spatial Data Infrastructure about Horn of Africa rock art
Alfonso Fraguas-Bravo
QueryArch3D: A 3D WebGIS System linking 3D Visualizations to Archaeological Data
Jennifer von Schwerin, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Giorgio Agugiaro, Fabio Remondino, Gabrio Girardi
Across the river. Spatial analysis in the middle bassin of Ripoll river (Catalonia, Spain)
Maria Yubero-Gomez, Xavier Carlús
The ideal bedfellows: How the Social Web and Archaeology became friends
Nicole Beale
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
Joe Rigby
Prehistoric settlements, burial sites, ritual places reprocessed by GIS
Karin Göbel
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
Visualizing History: Visualization of Archeological and Architectural Sites
Paul Turner, Krupali Uplekar Krusche, Christopher Sweet, Benjamin Keller
Deconstructing the present
Suzanne-Marie Psaila
Enemy at the Gates – Prediction models of the siege tactics at the castles in the 15th century
Petr Koscelník
Exploring the Future Roles for Archaeological Photography - Poster
Alex Jansen
Geophysical survey in North Africa: Archaeological research by the British School at Rome and Archaeological Prospection Services of the University of Southampton
Sophie Hay, Stephen Kay
Pursuing the Past: Geophysical prospection services in the Mediterranean
Sophie Hay, Stephen Kay, Kristian Strutt, Nicholas Crabb, Elizabeth Richley, Alice James
LiDAR data evaluation for archaeological purposes in Northwest Iberia
João Fonte, Luis Gonçalves Seco
The application of the modern recording standards in the Romania’s museums
Felix Marcu
The Journal of Open Archaeology Data (JOAD)
Brian Hole
Visualisation and the Interpretive Process: An Investigation into the Practice of Archaeological Reconstruction
Alice Elizabeth Watterson
The Scottish Ten project
Adam Matthew Frost
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
Illuminating Africa’s past: using Reflectance Transformation Imaging techniques in documenting ancient graffiti at Musawwarat es Sufra
Cornelia Kleinitz, Hembo Pagi
The Art of Making project: Capturing the Meaning of Ancient Roman Sculpture
Michele Pasin, John Bradley, Will Wootton, Benjamin Russell
Linking the Data of Ancient Sumer
Terhi Nurmikko


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
Enhancing surface features with the Radiance Scaling Meshlab Plugin
Xavier Granier, Romain Vergne, Romain Pacanowski, Pascal Barla, Patrick Reuter
A methodology for the digitization of ancient buildings using open source software tools: the case of the Castle of Bouvignes
Daniel Pletinckx, Massimiliano Corsini

3D technologies for archaeological research: applications

Calibrating an Illumination Dome for Archaeological Metrology
Lindsay MacDonald, Mona Hess, Ali Hosseininaveh Ahmadabadian, Stuart Robson
Extracting Scars and Ridges Features from 3D-scanned Lithic Artifacts
Eitan Richardson, Leore Grosman, Michael Werman, Uzy Smilansky
The Restoration of Ceramics from Torre de Palma in Virtual and Augmented Reality, and the Implementation of CAD/CAM Technologies
Maria Helena Rua, Maia Langley
Exploring the perception of epigraphy: Analysis of visualisations through eye tracking
Adam Frost
Instruments and methods for the survey and analysis of amphitheatres
Martina Ballarin, Francesco Guerra, Luigi Sperti
The Digital Hadrian's Villa Project: Virtual World Technology as an Aid to Finding Alignments between Built and Celestial Features
Bernard Frischer
Post-excavation analysis in archaeology using technology
Kostas Anastasiades, Nicola Amico, Giancarlo Iannone, Sorin Hermon, Karin Nys
Towards an interactive procedural reconstruction of the Louvre
Sven Havemann, Ulrich Krispel, Wolfgang Thaller, Rene Zmugg, Martin Pszeida, Dieter Fellner
András Patay-Horváth, Erzsébet Jerem

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

Rock-art in the taskscape: a GIS-based approach to understanding the role of Iron Age rock-art in the lived landscape of Valcamonica (BS), Italy
Craig Alexander
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
Francesca Fulminante
Reconstructing the ancient cultural landscape around Pompeii in 2D and 3D
Michael Märker, Sebastian Vogel, Florian Seiler
The application of GIS to the study of Roman centuriated landscape in the low Padua Plain (Italy)
Michele Matteazzi
Historic and archaeological itineraries for the discovery of Friuli during the Lombard period
Sara Gonizzi Barsanti, Davide Gherdevich, Donata Degrassi


Are we there yet? The discipline of archaeological computing
Jeremy Huggett

GIS methodologies, applications and case studies (General Papers)

Recycling Roberts and Wrathmell: Building and Analysing the Atlas of Rural Settlement in England GIS
Andrew George Lowerre
Testing for Nonlinear Settlement Patterns with Fractal Geometry: A Case Study from the Yalahau Region, Northern Quintana Roo, Mexico
Jennifer U. Weber, Jeffrey B. Glover
Analysis of relationship between archaeological site distribution and multiple environmental factors in the Jomon Period of Japan using GIS
Susumu Kato
Alexia Serrano Ramos, Juan Manuel Jiménez-Arenas, José Antonio Esquivel Guerrero
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
The SICAC: an information system for the Conjunto Arqueológico de Carmona (Seville, Spain)
Daniel González-Acuña, Alejandro Jiménez-Hernández, José Manuel López-Sánchez, Ignacio Rodríguez-Temiño, José Idelfonso Ruiz-Cecilia
The Application of GIS in Ethnic and Folk Cultural Resource of China: Digitalization Types and Spatio-temporal Presentation
Xianfu Liu, Song Li, Gang Zhang, Ming Li
Spatio-temporal analysis of radiocarbon dated archaeological artefacts from eastern Fennoscandia – a Bayesian computing approach using a Poisson point process model
Juhana Kammonen, Petro Pesonen, Markku Oinonen, Tarja Sundell, Päivi Onkamo
Is It Really The "GOOD" Place? -The spatial analysis about the distribution of the Japanese Ancient Local government office "Gunga".
Yoichi Seino
A new approach for a peculiar Palaeolithic site: Spatial analysis at La Garma (Spain)
Alfredo Maximiano Castillejo, Pablo Arias Cabal, Roberto Ontañon Peredo
Soil Erosion Risk Assessment near Archaeological Sites in Grevena, Northwestern Greece using the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) and GIS
Miki A Beavis
Bertrand Moulin, Frederic Jallet, Najla Touati
Mapping Spanish Republican Airfields: Using GIS for interpreting Air Warfare
Maria Carmen Rojo-Ariza, Xavier Rubio-Campillo, Francesc Xavier Hernàndez-Cardona
Study of Mont Bego's engravings with a Geographic Information System
Thomas Huet
Exploring Archaeological Methods: Using Quantitative and Qualitative Techniques to Examine the Distribution of Amateur Collected Finds
Katherine Robbins

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
Combining diverse modeling techniques to produce high-fidelity reconstructions
Peter Anthony Inker, Taylor Baldwin
Deconstructing Photorealism: Art or Science?
Grant Bryan Jeffrey Cox
Maja Jerala
VR of a 1st century AD Roman city. Pollentia: architecture, topography, geography
Bartomeu Vallori-Márquez, Miguel Ángel Cau Ontiveros
Restitutions of architectural hypotheses in an archaeological 3D GIS
Eric Desjardin, Olivier Nocent, Dominique Pargny, Cyril de Runz
Modeling Stonehenge: visualisation, auralisation, apps and films
Rupert Till
Digital Models – Associative Geometry: the peculiarity of monuments in extension. The eighteenth-Century Lisbon Aqueduct as a case study
Maria Helena Rua, Ana Cristina Chalaça Gil
The medieval settlement of Montieri, from archaeological excavation to 3D reconstruction
Daniele Ferdani, Giovanna Bianchi
The Invisible Museum
Suzanne-Marie Psaila
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)

The Hinterland of Portus. Integrated Analysis of Geophysical Survey Data and Remotely Sensed Imagery in the Tiber Delta
Kristian David Strutt, Simon Keay, Martin Millett, Gregory Tucker
Marta Caterina Bottacchi, Giulio Bigliardi, Sara Cappelli, Enzo Cocca, Stefano Camporeale, Emanuele Papi
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
Using Time Domain Reflectometry to monitor the geophysical properties of archaeological residues
Daniel Boddice, Laura Pring, Nicole Metje, David Chapman
Higher precision at higher speed: Geomagnetic prospection near the threshold of sensitivity with the digitiser LEA D2
Cornelius Meyer, Henning Zöllner, Rudolf Kniess, Burkart Ullrich

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

3D modelling of cultural objects in t he V&A Museum. An aid to scholars.
james stevenson, Bernd Breuckmann
Photogrammetry contribution to the study of early Middle Ages sarcophagi quarries of Panzoult (Indre-et-Loire, France)
Daniel Morleghem
Social Spreading of Geometric, Recorded Data from a Range of Types 3D Scanners via a Web Data Server.
Jorge Angas, Paula Uribe, Alfredo Serreta
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
Crafting Archaeological Methodologies: Suggesting Method Engineering for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Cesar Gonzalez-Perez, Charlotte Hug
Visualising time with multiple granularities: a generic framework.
Jean-Yves BLAISE, Iwona DUDEK
Reconstructing Fragments: Shape Grammars and Archaeological Research
Myrsini Mamoli, Terry Knight
The evolution of territorial occupation: Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis applied to different case studies.
Laure Saligny, Lucile Pillot
Handling Notes and Sketches. Management of Different Levels of Archaeological Resolution.
Stefano Rossi, Chiara Panelli, Roberto Maggi
15 more years of computer applications in archaeology
Tom Frankland

La Question du Jour: Laser Scanning or Photogrammetry

3D laser scanning for site documentation: Worth the price?
Philip Sapirstein, Katie Simon, Thann Baker, Rachel Opitz, Christine Markussen
3D Laser Scan of Stonehenge, Wiltshire.
Andrew James Dodson, Cory D Hope
Revealing hidden realities in archaeology through laser scanner technologies. A critical analysis.
Mercedes Farjas, Jose Julio Zancajo, Teresa Mostaza, Juan Gregorio Rejas
Virtual Reconstruction of a Maya Temple Using Total Station and Photo Modelling
Cornelis Stal
Site recording using automatic image based three dimensional reconstruction techniques
Victor Ferreira
A new photogrammetric method applied to mining archaeology
Adrien Arles, Patrick Clerc, Florian Téreygeol, Jürgen Heckes
Intra-site analysis and photogrammetry: the case study of the “Buca di Spaccasasso” (Gr, Italy) an Eneolithic funerary site.
Daniele Pirisino, Giovanna Pizziolo, Carlo Tessaro, Nicoletta Volante
3D Documentation in Archaeology: Recording Las Cuevas Site, Chiquibul Reserve, Belize
Fabrizio Galeazzi, Holley Moyes
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

Reverse Engineering Archaeological Artefacts
Vera Moitinho de Almeida, Juan Anton Barceló
3D imaging at the microscale: Feature visualisation and wear analysis applied to artefacts
Adrian Evans
Old stones & new technologies
Claire Rebecca Fisher, Richard Abel, Russell Garwood, David Underhill, Craig Williams, Nick Mark Ashton