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Wednesday, March 28
 

8:00am

9:00am

2 - Through the Reading Glass – Re/presenting Knowledge Without Pages Building 65, Lecture Theatre A 1 - Guerilla Foursquare: A digital archaeological appropriation of commercial location-based social networking. Building 65, Lecture Theatre A 1 - 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... Building 65, 1145 2 - Paperless Recording at the Sangro Valley Project Building 65, 1145 3 - Tablet computer as a documentation tool for excavating an archaeological site: practical employment in the field and future possibilities Building 65, 1145 4 - Extremal Recording Solution - Using e-Readers for Field Documentation on Gdansk Excavations in Winter, Poland Building 65, 1145 5 - Comprehensive Digital Recording and Analysis: iPads, Photogrammetry, Geophysics and GIS. Building 65, 1145 6 - Pompeii and the iPad: an update Building 65, 1145 1 - Data-oriented approach versus process-oriented approach : from Computing to Archaeology Building 65, 1097 2 - The AIS Matrix: Beyond Harris and the CIDOC-CRM Building 65, 1097 3 - Places, People, Events and Stuff; building blocks for archaeological information systems Building 65, 1097 4 - Linking with legacy: Modelling spatio-temporal distribution patterns of 40 year old excavation data from the settlement site of Zagora Building 65, 1097 5 - Imperfect temporal information in data sets Building 65, 1097 6 - Through an Archaeological Urban Data Model Handling Data Imperfection Building 65, 1097 1 - Semantic Web Technologies Applied to Numismatic Collections Building 65, 1177 10 - Dies Studies Online Building 65, 1177 2 - Different online coin databases for different use: two examples Building 65, 1177 3 - Digitalization of the Collection of Roman Republican Coins in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria Building 65, 1177 4 - Using Image Analysis to Match a Coin to a Database Building 65, 1177 5 - Automatically Recognizing the Legends of Ancient Roman Imperial Coins Building 65, 1177 6 - Automatic coin classification and identification Building 65, 1177 7 - IBISA 3D: Image-Based Identification/Search for Archaeology Using a Three-dimensional Coin Model Building 65, 1177 8 - The use of computed tomography within the study of archaeological coins Building 65, 1177 9 - Telling the story of ancient coins by means of interactive RTI images visualization Building 65, 1177 1 - Introducing the Human Factor in Predictive Modelling Building 65, 1173 2 - The landscape of central places Building 65, 1173 3 - Mathematical models for the determination of archaeological potential Building 65, 1173 4 - Ecological niche modelling for archaeological prediction: Case studies from the Pleistocene Levant and Holocene East Japan Building 65, 1173 5 - Transparency, Testing and Standards for Archaeological Predictive Modelling Building 65, 1173 6 - A Paleoeconomic Approach to Predictive Modeling in the Lower Mississippi River Region (Southern Arkansas, Northern Louisiana, and Western Mississippi, USA). Building 65, 1173 7 - Predictive Models and Advanced Hydrology Systems- A New Route to Improving Predictive Models Building 65, 1173 1 - Groovy hardware on my wish list Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 2 - Methodological contest between high-end hardware and low-cost equipment for archaeological documentation Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 3 - Making visible: 3D voxel representations of '˜sites without features'. The case study of Hoge Vaart, the Netherlands Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 4 - Image-Based 3D Documentation of Archaeological Trenches Considering Spatial, Temporal and Semantic Aspects Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 5 - Three dimensional modular construction system for interpretation and visualization of archaeological urban environments Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 6 - The archaeologist perspective on the use of procedural modeling Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 7 - 3D Documentation for the assessment of underwater archaeological remains Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 8 - A Proposed 3-D Imaging Technique for Recording a Submerged Cultural Resource Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 9 - 3D documentation and exploratory data analysis of excavation data using GIS Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 1 - Surface artifact survey and analysis of ceramic concentrations Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 2 - Neolithic and Chalcolithic territorial patterns in Moldavia (Romania). Remarks on Neamt and Iasi regions. Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 3 - Landscape change at Metaponto: a tale of two DEMs Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 4 - Seeing the unseen: Archaeological detection outside the visible spectrum Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 5 - Long-term change detection from the Mediterranean context: the case study of Menorca (Balearic Islands, Spain). Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 6 - Using GIS and the analysis of published and unpublished urban excavations Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 7 - Can Infovis tools support the analysis of spatio-temporal diffusion patterns in historic architecture? Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 8 - Interpreting time - representing chronology Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 10 - Shape grammar modelling and the visualisation of an uncertain past Building 65, 1143 2 - Handling Uncertain Information on Archaeological Sites - Lesson from the 3.11 Shock in Japan- Building 65, 1143 3 - Two techniques for the assessment of the positional uncertainty derived from the polygon-to-point collapse operation Building 65, 1143 4 - Map Digitisations: Methodological Foundations, Uncertainties, and Error Margins at the example of the Gough Map Building 65, 1143 5 - Reliability of the representation of a distribution: a case-study on Middle Bronze Age metal finds in the Seine valley. Building 65, 1143 6 - Temporal Uncertainty and Artefact Chronologies Building 65, 1143 7 - Exploring probable histories: applying Monte-Carlo methods for uncertainties in spatial and temporal analysis. Building 65, 1143 8 - Quantifying the Obvious: communicating uncertainty in the geochemical provenance of archaeological ceramics Building 65, 1143 9 - Embracing Uncertainty and The London Charter: Case Studies with the 3D Restoration of Ancient Sculpture Building 65, 1143

11:15am

2:00pm

Personal Histories Session Building 65, Lecture Theatre A 1 - The new Research Data Centre for Archaeology and Historical Studies in Germany Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 2 - Old places, New ideas: new routes into Canmore, the National Inventory of Scotland. Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 3 - Why the SWORD is mightier than the pen: automated ingest and the SWORD-ARM project. Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 4 - SEAD - The Strategic Environmental Archaeology Database. Inter-linking multiproxy environmental data with archaeological investigations and ecology. Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 5 - Marine Digital Data Archiving with MEDIN : Measure once, use many times Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 6 - SVG Pottery: upgrading pottery publications to the Web age Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 7 - JISC DataPool Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 8 - Incentivising data publication: the REWARD project and the Journal of Open Archaeology Data Building 65, Lecture Theatre B 1 - Reverse Engineering Archaeological Artefacts Building 65, 1177 2 - 3D imaging at the microscale: Feature visualisation and wear analysis applied to artefacts Building 65, 1177 3 - Old stones & new technologies Building 65, 1177 1 - Familiar road, unfamiliar ground: Archaeological Predictive Modelling in Hungary Building 65, 1173 2 - Landscape reconstruction and archaeological prediction in the Lake Manyara area, Northern Tanzania Building 65, 1173 3 - Lost Worlds: A predictive model to locate submerged archaeological sites in SE Alaska, USA Building 65, 1173 4 - Predicting Macedonian tombs' locations using GIS, predictive modeling and fuzzy logic Building 65, 1173 5 - Predictive Modelling in Rock Art Research Without Absence Data Building 65, 1173 6 - Modeling Ice Patch Location via GIS Analysis of Topography - Short Paper Building 65, 1173 6 - Using technology to explore issues of communication and disruption in archaeological fieldwork Building 65, 1145 1 - A Free and Open Source Platform for remote sensing and 3D data acquisition. Building 65, 1145 2 - Identifying and tracing archaeological material with RFID tags. Building 65, 1145 3 - Archaeology and Technology: Towards Collaborative Decipherment of Non-Verbal Markings Building 65, 1145 4 - ARCH (Archaeological Recovering for Cultural Heritage) and its application to the roman forum of Cástulo Building 65, 1145 5 - Principles of human-computer interaction in fieldwork software. Study of the archaeologist as a user and its implications Building 65, 1145 7 - Can you hack (the) communication? Building 65, 1145 8 - Learning Sites, free open source communication and data-exchange tools for archaeological fieldwork and education Building 65, 1145 1 - Virtual Reality Simulations in Cultural Heritage Building 65, 1097 10 - ICON - A Content Exchange Mechanism for 3D Cultural Heritage Models Building 65, 1097 2 - Teaching Cultural Heritage and 3D Modelling through a Virtual Reconstruction of a late Middle-Age Church Building 65, 1097 3 - Virtually Visiting Williamsburg: The Use of 3D Modeling to Enrich the Museum Guest Experience Building 65, 1097 4 - Hands-Off: Using Kinect to virtually query the ancient Maya city of Copan, Honduras Building 65, 1097 5 - Three-dimensional tour into the mysterious world of Ancient Egyptian Mummies. A stereo 3D film in the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest Building 65, 1097 6 - Using ConML to visualize the main historical monuments of Crete Building 65, 1097 7 - A real-time exploration of the virtual reconstruction of the 'Pórtico de la Gloria' instruments Building 65, 1097 8 - Taking excavation to a virtual world: importing archaeological spatial data to Second Life and OpenSim Building 65, 1097 9 - The role of heritage education in the development of 3D virtual models Building 65, 1097 1 - Concepts for Studying the Built Environment: A framework of socio-spatial reasoning for identifying and operationalising comparative analytical units in GIS Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 2 - Formalization of scientific process and conceptual modelling for the study of territorial and products distribution dynamics (ArchaeDyn II programme) Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 3 - 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... Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 4 - Detecting the causal action, mapping the spatial distribution consequence: Geostatistic approach in chemical residues at intra-site level. Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 5 - Exploring the effects of curvature and refraction on GIS-based visibility studies Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 6 - Spatial Configuration and the Roman House: A Visibility Graph Analysis Approach Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 7 - 'There's an App for that': How can smartphones improve the ergonomics of landscape study, analysis and interpretation? Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 8 - Diffusion of Raw Materials and Manufactured Objects. A challenge for spatial analysis? Building 65, Lecture Theatre C 1 - Matera Città Narrata project: a multimedia and multiplatform guide for mobile systems Building 65, 1143 2 - History in 3D: New Virtualization Techniques for Innovative Architectural and Archeological Scholarship and Education Building 65, 1143 3 - A tangible chronology? Building 65, 1143 4 - Human guinea pigs and casual collaborators: Crowdsourcing archaeological data Building 65, 1143 5 - A new online platform for archaeological and cultural heritage dissemination and discussion Building 65, 1143 6 - GeoDia: or, Navigating archaeological time and space in an American college classroom Building 65, 1143 7 - An Architect in Contemporary Archaeology, Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk Building 65, 1143

6:15pm