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eBook Go Your Own Least Cost Path: Spatial Technology and Archaeological Interpretation (BAR International Series) ePub

by Philip Verhagen

  • ISBN: 1407308610
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Philip Verhagen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: British Archaeological Reports (November 15, 2011)
  • Pages: 77
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BAR International Series. b9f238a9d41f, title "Go Your Own Least Cost Path. Verhagen, JWHP, Posluschny, AG & Danielisová, A (eds) 2011, Go Your Own Least Cost Path. Spatial technology and archeological interpretation. Proceedings of the GIS session at EAA 2009, Riva del Garda. BAR International Series, no. 2284, Archaeopress, Oxford. Go Your Own Least Cost Path.

International Archaeological Reports since 1974. International Series. P. Verhagen, A. G. Posluschny, A. Danielisová. Publication Year: 2011. Proceedings of the XXth International Congress on Ancient Bronzes. Los fardos de Ancón-Perú (800d.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Go Your Own Least Cost Path: Spatial. List this Seller's Books. Publisher: Oxford, England : Archaeopress, Publishers of British Archaeological Reports. Publication Date: 2011. Payment Methods accepted by seller.

Автор: Verhagen J Название: Go Your Own Least Cost Path .

Go Your Own Least Cost Path Verhagen J Неизвестно 9781407308616 : The GIS session entitled Go your own least cost path Spatial technology and archaeological interpretation: as presented at th. Автор: Verhagen J Название: Go Your Own Least Cost Path Издательство: British Archaeological Reports Классификация: Археология ISBN: 1407308610 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781407308616 ISBN: 1-407-30861-0 ISBN-13(EAN): 978-1-407-30861-6 Обложка/Формат: Paperback Вес: . 07 кг. Дата издания: 1. 1.

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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Archaeology book series (BRIEFSARCHAE, volume 8. Spatial technology and archaeological interpretation.

Part of the SpringerBriefs in Archaeology book series (BRIEFSARCHAE, volume 8). Abstract. Exploration of the Neolithic site of Bylany started in 1953. It is not a coincidence that in the same year, the until-then independent State Institute of Archaeology was incorporated into the newly established Czechoslovakian Academy of Sciences (created along Soviet lines). In J. W. H. Danielisova (Ed., Go your own least cost path. Proceedings of the GIS Session at EAA 2009, Riva del Garda, 55-65. BAR International Series 2284. Oxford: Hadrian Books.

Here we calculated Least Cost Paths (LCPs) between archaeologically . Herrada, Roberto Risch, Philip Verhagen. 239 Systemic Approach and Spatial Organization: from the City to Networks of Cities.

Here we calculated Least Cost Paths (LCPs) between archaeologically significant locations in Switzerland and Italy using a Least. This book is published in the CAA series Computer Applications and Quantitative. Methods in Archaeology. Xavier Rodier, Lahouari Kaddouri, Pierre Garmy. 249 Detection of Structures 0n the Basis of Archaeological Data.

Go Your Own Least Cost Path. Hadrian Books, 55-65. presenting archaeological finds digitally

Go Your Own Least Cost Path. The aim of the article is an innovative methodological understanding of LBK pottery decoration from the site of Bylany, Central Bohemia. presenting archaeological finds digitally. The basic technology is optical 3D scanning of artefacts that exactly reflect the 3D surface geometry and will bring new presentation possibilities.

Bakels and H. Kamermans. Cover illustration: Philip Verhagen Cover design: Medy Oberendorff Lay out: Philip Verhagen ISBN 978 90 8728 007 9 NUR 682 Philip Verhagen, Leiden University Press, 2007 All rights reserved.

Seven papers from a conference session which aimed to "take a look at what results GIS delivers for archaeological interpretation and how the use of spatial technologies influences research design". They are organised in a loose thematic order, moving from heritage management to regional studies to intra-site research, and demonstrate the breadth of GIS applications today.

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