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International Archaeological Reports since 1974

Archaeology in the Age of the Internet - CAA 97

Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology: Proceedings of the 25th Anniversary Conference, University of Birmingham, April 1997

£51.00
Editors:
Lucie Dingwall, Sally Exon, Vince Gaffney, Sue Laflin and Martijn van Leusen
Publication Year:
1999
Language:
English
Paperback:
290pp. Includes numerous illustrations, full conference text with numerous black and white and colour illustrations on CD.
ISBN 10:
0860549453
ISBN:
9780860549451
BAR number:
S750
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Description

BOOK DESCRIPTION
This volume and its accompanying CD contain the proceedings of the 25th Anniversary CAA Conference. In a total of 87 papers divided into 11 sections, the volume considers the history of the conference as a means of assessing the progress made by computational and quantitative sciences within archaeology, Landscape Archaeology and GIS, Numerical Methods, Database Developments, Vital Preservation of Great Information, Geophysics and Remote Sensing, Making History, The Strategic Management of Information Systems, Moving through Space, and Finds Analysis and Curation.