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 Ruth Tringham

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December 2011 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH): Volume 4 Issue 4, December 2011
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The aim of our project, Last House on the Hill (LHotH), is to holistically reconstitute the rich multimedia and primary research data with the impressive texts of the monograph, the printed final report of the Berkeley Archaeologists at Çatalhöyük (BACH) project, in which a team from UC Berkeley excavated a ...
Keywords: digital publishing, Archaeology, neolithic, open knowledge, Anatolia, architecture

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September 2009 VAST'09: Proceedings of the 10th International conference on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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The idea of embedding, interweaving, entangling and otherwise linking the data and media from archaeological excavations with their interpretation and meaningful presentation in an open access sharable platform has long been an ambition of those of us working in the digital documentation of archaeological research and the public presentation of ...

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October 2001 VSMM '01: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia (VSMM'01)
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Since the explicit callaboration of biological and physical scientists with archaeologists started in the late 1930s, the discourse on the nature of this collaboration has been intense.The question of the relative roles of the specialist scientist and the archaeologist in the callaboration, and the training and experience of both in ...



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