Archeologia e Calcolatori, 31.1, 2020

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Year of printing: 2020
ISBN: 9788892850026
e-ISBN: 9788892850033

Description

Volume 31.1 of "Archeologie Calcolatori" includes 11 articles by Italian and foreign scholars that illustrate some interdisciplinary archaeological researches in which the use of mathematical-statistical methods and information technologies was crucial for the analysis, interpretation and dissemination some data. The result is an updated picture of the application of numerous methods of acquiring and processing information and their integration. Statistical analysis techniques for the study of
specific classes of materials; databases, GIS and multimedia systems for the integrated analysis of excavation and reconnaissance data; methods of geophysical prospecting and remote sensing techniques for the acquisition of data on the ground; three-dimensional survey techniques and virtual reconstructions help document the testimonies of the past and disseminate the results of scientific research. The section dedicated to notes and reviews closes the volume.

Contents
  • Alessandro Di Ludovico, Sergio Camiz, Image study of Mesopotamian cylinder seals through texts: the Procrustes transformation applied to Correspondence Analysis results
  • Lorenzo Cardarelli, Capienza delle forme vascolari, da un metodo open source all’uso di modelli regressivi: il caso dell’insediamento protostorico del Monte Cimino
  • Jenny Vo-Phamhi, Justin Leidwanger, A new computational method to quantify morphological standardization and variation within ceramic assemblages
  • Paolo Cimadomo, Carla Galluccio, Giancarlo Ragozini, Analisi delle reti e archeologia: il caso studio della Galilea
  • Lorenza Ilia Manfredi, Pasquale Merola, Chiara Cecalupo, Abdelillah Dekayir, Brahim Ouchaou, Yosef Bokbot, Mabrouk Seghir, Silvia Festuccia, Leopoldo Repola, Marilena Cozzolino, Vincenzo Gentile, Hassan Bounajma, Integrated multi scale archaeological analysis in Béni Mellal-Khenifra District (Morocco). The case of the fortress of Ighram Aousser
  • Michael Teichmann, Quantitative approaches to sacred Roman spaces in southern coastal Latium
  • Federica Boschi, Archeologia preventiva e ricerca nella valle del Nevola (Marche, Italia). La scoperta “programmata” di una necropoli a Corinaldo
  • Leopoldo Repola, Carmine Collina, Marcello Piperno, La Grotta paleolitica di Roccia San Sebastiano (Mondragone, CE). Una metodologia per l’analisi dei dati in spazi simbolici
  • Francesca Buscemi, Pietro Maria Militello, Cettina Santagati, Marianna Figuera, Graziana D’Agostino, Damiano Antonino Angelo Aiello, Use and reuse of spatial and quantitative data in archaeology: from 3D survey to serious game at Phaistos (Crete)
  • Antonio D’Eredità, Il rilievo fotogrammetrico di Doclea
  • Andrea Scianna, Giuseppe Fulvio Gaglio, Marcello La Guardia, HBIM data management in historical and archaeological buildings

 

Note e Recensioni
What is F.A.I.R.? (A. Piergrossi); A. Bertini, I. Caruso, G.T. Colesanti, T. Vitolo (eds.), Cultura in transito. Ricerca e tecnologie per il patrimonio culturale, Roma 2020, L’Erma di Bretschneider (A. Caravale); E. Zadora-Rio, H. Galinié (dir.), L’église de Rigny et ses abords. De la colonia de Saint-Martin de Tours au transfert du centre paroissial (600-1865), Caen 2020, Presses Universitaires de Caen, Édition numérique en libre accès (https://www.unicaen.fr/puc/rigny/) (V. Fromageot-Laniepce)

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Weight :0,8 kg.
Dimensions:24x17x1,5 cm
Place of printing

Sesto Fiorentino (FI)

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Book

Pages

264

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eBook with color illustrations, illustrations in black and white and color

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paperback

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Language

French, English, Italian, summarized in English

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