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Campana, Stefano

Digital Methods and Remote Sensing in Archaeology

Campana, Stefano - Digital Methods and Remote Sensing in Archaeology, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Data Collection and Technology

1. Terrestrial Laser Scanning in the Age of Sensing
Nicola Lercari

2. Airborne Laserscanning in Archaeology: Maturing Methods and Democratizing Applications
Rachel Opitz

Part II. Image and Digital Processing

3. Terrestrial Lidar and GPR Investigations into the Third Line of Battle at Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, Guilford County, North Carolina
Stacy Curry, Roy Stine, Linda Stine, Jerry Nave, Richard Burt, Jacob Turner

4. Applying UAS Photogrammetry to Analyze Spatial Patterns of Indigenous Settlement Sites in the Northern Dominican Republic
Till F. Sonnemann, Eduardo Herrera Malatesta, Corinne L. Hofman

Part III. Landscape Representation and Scales

5. Towards a Holistic Archaeological Survey Approach for Ancient Cityscapes
Frank Vermeulen

6. Sensing Ruralscapes. Third-Wave Archaeological Survey in the Mediterranean Area
Stefano Campana

7. What Do the Patterns Mean? Archaeological Distributions and Bias in Survey Data
David C. Cowley

8. 3D Tool Evaluation and Workflow for an Ecological Approach to Visualizing Ancient Socio-environmental Landscapes
Heather Richards-Rissetto, Shona Sanford-Long, Jack Kirby-Miller

9. Visualizing Medieval Iberia’s Contested Space Through Multiple Scales of Visibility Analysis
Edward Triplett

10. Pre- and Proto-Historic Anthropogenic Landscape Modifications in Siem Reap Province (Cambodia) as Seen Through Satellite Imagery
Kasper Hanus, Emilia Smagur

Part III. Landscape Representation and Scales

11. The Ambivalence of Maps: A Historical Perspective on Sensing and Representing Space in Mesoamerica
John K. Millhauser, Christopher T. Morehart

12. Cyber Archaeology: 3D Sensing and Digital Embodiment
Maurizio Forte

13. Emergent Relationality System/The Insight Engine
Bill Seaman

14. Using 3D GIS Platforms to Analyse and Interpret the Past
Nicoló Dell’Unto

15. Archaeology in the Age of Supercomputing
Devin A. White

Part V. Interpretation and Discussion

16. Measuring the Face of the Past and Facing the Measurement
William Fred Limp

17. An Integrated Archaeological Prospection and Excavation Approach at a Middle Neolithic Circular Ditch Enclosure in Austria
Jakob Kainz

18. Creating a Chronological Model for Historical Roads and Paths Extracted from Airborne Laser Scanning Data
Willem F. Vletter, Sandra R. Schloen

Part VI. Cultural Resource Management: Communication and Society

19. From Remote to Embodied Sensing: New Perspectives for Virtual Museums and Archaeological Landscape Communication
Eva Pietroni

20. Cultural Heritage and Digital Technologies
Riccardo Olivito, Emanuele Taccola, Niccolò Albertini

Keywords: Statistics, Statistics for Social Science, Behavorial Science, Education, Public Policy, and Law, Remote Sensing/Photogrammetry, Archaeology

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Quantitative Methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319406589
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-40656-5

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