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On the Theory and Practice of Archaeological Computing (Paperback)

P&S History > Archaeology > Archaeological Method & Theory

Imprint: Oxford University School of Archaeology
Pages: 154
Illustrations: (A Tschan & P Daly). 154p, b/w illus, tbs
ISBN: 9780947816513
Published: 1st December 2000
Casemate UK Academic


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These nine papers, based on the 4th World Archaeological Congress held in South Africa in 1999, take a critical view of computer usage in archaeology and study its impact on the discipline and especially in terms of archaeological method and theory. Contents: Introduction (Gark Lock & Kayt Brown) ; Computers and archaeological cultural change (J Huggett) ; Archaeological computing and disciplinary theory (J Gidlow) ; Mathematics and computers (H Forsyth) ; Virtual reality (G Goodrick & M Gillings) ; Archaeological archives for the 21st century (F Grew) ; Intellectual excavation (A Beck) ; English sites and monuments records (B Robinson) ; Can computers help aerial survey? (R Palmer) ; Is there such a thing as `Computer Archaeology'?

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