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Sessions Thursday
Agent-Based Social Simulation in Archeology
Andalucia I -Thursday-
Thursday, 08 April 2010 09:30

Chair: Daniel Villatoro

  • Simulating Social, Economic and best price for generic cialis Political Decisions in a Hunter-Gatherer Group. The Case of "Prehistoric" Patagonia
    Juan A. Barceló, Florencia Del Castillo, Laura Mameli, Francesc Xavier Miquel Quesada
  • Late Bronze Age Mediterranean Urbanism and get viagra fast Depth Map Software: The Cases of Ugarit (Syria) and Enkomi (Cyprus)
    Panagiotis Kontolaimos
  • Norms in H-F-G Societies. Grounds for Agent-Based Social Simulation
    David de la Cruz, Jordi Estévez, Pablo Noriega, Manuela Pérez, Raquel Piqué, Jordi Sabater-Mir, Assumpció Vila, Daniel Villatoro
  • Potentiality, Prediction, and Perception: Using Caloric Landscapes to Recronstruct Cognitive Patterns of Subsistence and viagra without prescription Social Behavior
    Thomas G. Whitley
  • Large-Scale Agent-Based Simulation in Archaeology: An Approach Using High-Performance Computing
    Xavier Rubio Campillo, José María Cela

Thursday April 8th, 9.30h, Room Andalucia I

 
Semantic Infrastructures in Archaeology I
Andalucia II -Thursday-
Thursday, 08 April 2010 09:30

Chair: Leif Isaksen

  • A Very Short Introduction to the Semantic Web
    Leif Isaksen, Graeme Earl, Kirk Martinez
  • Methodology for CIDOC CRM Based Data Integration With Spatial Data
    Gerald Hiebel, Klaus Hanke, Ingrid Hayek
  • ArchaeoKM: Managing Archaeological Data Through Archaeological Knowledge
    Ashish Karmacharya
  • Semantic Technologies for Archaeology Resources: Results from the STAR Project
    Ceri Binding, Keith May, Renato Souza, Douglas Tudhope, Andreas Vlachidis
  • Recent Developments in the ArcheoInf Project – Towards an Ontology of Archaeology
    Matthias Lang, Holger Türk

Thursday April 8th, 9.30h, Room Andalucia II

 
Projects Looking for Collaborators (short papers)
Seminario I - Thursday
Thursday, 08 April 2010 14:30

Chair: Stephen Steads

  • A Library of Parametric Classical Architectural Elements Using Geometric Descriptive Language (GDL)
    Maurice Martin Murphy, Eugene E McGovern, Sara S Pavia
  • Making access to the invisible: content for the creation of a virtual gallery
    Archondia Polyzoudi, Stamatis Tzelepis
  • Historic Building Information Modelling A Virtual Learning Tool
    Maurice Martin Murphy, Lloyd S Scott
  • Non-intrusive surveying of a prehistoric site (Iepuresti Giurgiu County): from the air at the ground level and beneath the ground
    Raluca Kogalniceanu, Alexandru Morintz, Christine Markussen
  • Application of logical geostatistical into an archaeological spatial problematic: Spatial dynamic into fortifications of the desert as a place of power in Argentine Pampas in Nineteenth Century.
    Alfredo Maximiano Castillejo, Facundo Gómez Romero
  • Study and viagra 50 mg analysis of underwater heritage of Santa Catarina Island (Praia dos Ingleses) Brazil
    Alexandra Figueiredo, Cláudio Monteiro, Alexandre Viana, Marcelo Lebarbenchon Moura e Francisco Silva Noelli.
  • Computer Vision Techniques for Multiview Reconstruction from Overlapping Images
    Benjamin Ducke

Thursday April 8th, 14.30h, Room Seminario I

 
3D Scanning (short papers)
Andalucia III -Thursday-
Thursday, 08 April 2010 14:30

Chair: Mercedes Farjas

  • Learning Tools for Laser Scanner Data: Wiimote and cialis women Irpen
    Dante Abate, Graziano Furini, Silvio Migliori, Samuele Pierattini
  • From artistic data to anthropological interpretation: techniques and how strong is 5 mg of cialis limitations of 3D surface data in anthropology
    Alexandre Bourdeu
  • 3D Scanning. Low-cost alternatives in Archaeology
    José Antonio Barrera, José Antonio Benavides
  • Archaeological Documentation and cialis buy Restoration using Contemporary Methods
    Charalambos Ioannidis, Artemis Valanis, Sevasti Tapinaki, Andreas Georgopoulos
  • Defensive architecture study in Vascos andalusian city, based on a topographical survey using a laser scanner
    Abel Varela Abelleira, Iván Sánchez Valiño, Miguel Angel Bru Castro, María J. Iniesto alba, Ricardo Izquierdo Benito, Pablo Carballo Cruz
  • Using ArchiCAD to Architecturally Reconstruct and cheap viagra online Archaeologically Interpret the Built Environment
    Jennifer Lynn Campbell
  • The Evolution of Point Cloud Processing Software and buying cialis next day delivery its Affect in Culture Heritage Applications
    A.M. Payne, F. Limp, and J. Cothren
  • Integrating new technologies in field archaeology: the development of an Automatic Real Time Recording System in El Mirón cave (Cantabria, Spain).
    M.R. González-Morales , A. García-Moreno

Thursday April 8th, 14.30h, Room Andalucia III

 
Invited talk + AGM
Manuel de Falla -Thursday
Thursday, 08 April 2010 16:30

Gis Application to Archaeology: a critical view from a Spanish perspective

Javier Baena

 

In this contribution, we’ll try to present a general view of the state of GIS application to Archaeology in our country, pointing out the benefits and buy propecia no prescription online limitations of two decades of Spanish experiences. (read more)

 

 

After the invited talk, will take place the Annual General Meeting of the CAA Association

 

Thursday April 8th, Room Manuel de Falla, 16.30h

 
3D Scanning Case Studies I
Andalucia III -Thursday-
Thursday, 08 April 2010 09:30

Chair: Martin Kampel

  • Virtual 3D Reconstruction of the East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia
    András Patay-Horváth, Zsófia Végvári
  • 3-Dimensional Documentation of the Hadrian's Temple in Ephesus/Turkey
    Ursula Quatember, Robert Kalasek, Bernd Breuckmann, Christiane Bathow
  • 3D Documentation in Architectural History: A Case Study of the 16th C. Church of Stavros Tou Missirikou in Nicosia, Cyprus
    M. Solomidou-Ieronymidou, A. D’Andrea, N. Bakirtzis, G. Iannone
  • Combination of Different Surveying Methods for Archaeological Documentation: the Case Study of the Bronze Age Wooden Chest from Mitterberg
    Klaus Hanke, Thomas Stöllner, Kristóf Kovács, Michael Moser
  • Terrestrial Laser Scanning for the Documentation of Archaeological Objects and canadian healthcare viagra Sites on Easter Island
    Thomas, P. Kersten, Maren Lindstaedt, Klaus Mechelke, Burkhard Vogt

Thursday April 8th, 9.30h, Room Andalucia III

 
Analysis and buy generic cialis online Interpretation of Ancient Art
Seminario I - Thursday
Thursday, 08 April 2010 11:30

Chair: Amy Rebecca Gansell

  • The Digital Sculpture Project: Casting light on ancient sculpture with new 3D technologies
    David Koller, Bernard Frischer
  • Interactive Visualization of the House of the Vettii and buy cialis cheap the House of the Tragic Poet in Pompeii
    K. Cole, D. Fredrick, J. Merced, and R. Newberry
  • Mapping the senses: Perceptual and usa cialis social aspects of Late Antique liturgy in San Vitale, Ravenna
    Eleftheria Paliou,David J. Knight
  • Modeling Hypotheses in Pompeian Archaeology: The House of the Faun
    John J. Dobbins, Ethan W. Gruber
  • A Formal Language for the Description of Historical Architectural Elements
    Cesar Gonzalez-Perez, Rebeca Blanco-Rotea, Cristina Mato-Fresán, Idoia Camiruaga-Osés

Thursday April 8th, 11.30h, Room Seminario I

 
From new generations of Web services (Web 2.0; Semantic Web, Web3D) to Archaeological Knowledge II
Manuel de Falla -Thursday
Thursday, 08 April 2010 11:30

UISPP Commission 4 Session

Chair: François Djindjian

  • Challenges in the Archaeological ePublishing in the Context of the New Generations of Web Services
    Dan Stefan, V Sîrbu, A. Barnea, M.M. Stefan
  • OF WORK “WITH” IN WORK “TOGETHER WITH” The Impact of the GIS in the French Institution of the Archaeology
    Laurent Costa
  • Knowledge Bases and Query Tools for a Better Cumulativity in the Field of Archaeology: The Arkeotek Project
    Valentine Roux, Nathalie Aussenac-Guilles
  • Cochasquí, Ecuador: A Multi-faceted Approach
    Bridget Baird, Erin Okabe-Jawdat, Ivan Burbano

Thursday April 8th, 11.30h, Room Manuel de Falla

 
Quantitative Methods in Archaeology
Andalucia I -Thursday-
Thursday, 08 April 2010 11:30

Chair: Juan Antonio Barceló

  • Web based statistical data processing
    Allard Mees, Guido Heinz
  • Gappy Data Reconstruction and Applications in Archaeology
    Robert P Stephan, Kevin T Carlberg
  • Information entropy for archaeological research
    Rimvydas Laužikas
  • Sexual Size Dimorphism: A Test of Methods
    Juan Manuel Jiménez, José Antonio Esquivel

Thursday April 8th, 11.30h, Room Andalucia I

 
Semantic Infrastructures in Archaeology II
Andalucia II -Thursday-
Thursday, 08 April 2010 11:30

Chair: Keith May

  • A Framework for Transforming Archaeological Databases to Ontological Datasets
    YI HONG, Monika Solanki
  • Accessing, Visualizing and Annotating Geographical Information in Archeology
    Thomas Eckart, Reinhard Förtsch, Sebastian Kruse, Marco Büchler
  • Atom Feeds and Incremental Semantic Annotation of Archaeological Collections
    Eric C Kansa, Tom Elliot, Sebastian Heath, Sean Gillies
  • Interoperate with whom? Archaeology, Formality and the Semantic Web
    Leif Isaksen, Graeme Earl, Kirk Martinez, Nicholas Gibbins, Simon Keay
  • MetaDating: dates as complex information
    Ian Johnson

Thursday April 8th, 11.30h, Room Andalucia II

 
Image Processing and Rendering
Seminario I - Thursday
Thursday, 08 April 2010 09:30

Chair: Jorge Revelles

  • Vectorizing Hand-Drawn Vessel Profiles with Active Contours
    Christian Hörr, Enrico Kienel, Guido Brunnett
  • Detection of Archaeological Features in Geophysical Images Based on Enhancement of Curvilinear Patte
    Costas Panagiotakis, Eleni Kokkinou, Apostolos Sarris
  • Text Detection in Ancient Manuscripts using Orientation- and Frequency-Signatures of the Texture
    Angelika Garz, Robert Sablatnig
  • A New CBIR Technology to Help Reassembling Moorish Ornamental Carvings
    Francisco Javier Molina, Javier Mora-Merchán, Julio Barbancho, Carlos León
  • Improved gamma ton tracing technique using height field profile tracing
    Jiayin Zhang

Thursday April 8th, 9.30h, Room Seminario I

 
3D Scanning Case Studies II
Andalucia III -Thursday-
Thursday, 08 April 2010 11:30

Chair: Robert Sablatnig

  • Reconstruction of Exhibits of the Egyptian Collection at the Ethnological Museum in Hamburg, Germany
    Carlos Acevedo Pardo, Thomas Schramm, Harald Sternberg, Jessica Wilhelm
  • Digital mediation from discrete model to archaeological model: the Janus Arch
    Alfonso Ippolito, Francesco Borgogni, Antonio Pizzo
  • Digital mediation from discrete model to archaeological model: the Monumental Complex of Merida
    Luca James Senatore, Carlo Inglese, Antonio Pizzo
  • The Hill of Agios Georgios, Nicosia: 3D analysis of an on-going archaeological excavation
    D. Pilides, S. Hermon, N. Amico, M. Chamberlain, A. D’Andrea , G. Iannone , P. Ronzino

Thursday April 8th, 11.30h, Room Andalucia III

 
Quantitative Methods and Artificial Intelligence (short papers)
Andalucia I -Thursday-
Thursday, 08 April 2010 14:30

Chair: José Antonio Esquivel

  • Statistics Applied to Skeletal Representation Study. A Methodological Approach
    Maria Joana Gabucio Vilarrasa, Jordi Rosell Ardèvol, Isabel Cáceres Cuello de Oro
  • Non-Metric Multidimensional Scaling: A (in archaeology) neglected multivariate method?
    Martin Hinz Mail
  • Modeling Mining Economy
    Kerstin Kowarik, Hans Reschreiter, Hans Reschreiter, Gabriel Wurzer, Gabriel Wurzer
  • Comparative Use of Mathematical Models in an Investigation on Mesopotamian Cylinder Seals
    Alessandro Di Ludovico, Sergio Camiz, Giovanni Pieri
  • Continuity and change: a study on the computer-aided classification of Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age pottery from the Netherlands Part 2: The application of dynamic simulations
    Erik Drenth, Vincent Mom
  • Archaeological Predictive Modelling Across Modern Political And Environmental Regions Across East Anglia (Uk) During The Late Anglo-Saxon Period
    Bill Wilcox

Thursday April 8th, 14.30h, Room Andalucia I

 
Archaeological Architecture
Andalucia II -Thursday-
Thursday, 08 April 2010 14:30

Chair: Carlo Bianchini

  • Archaeological Architecture: a challenging fusion of scientific cultures.
    Carlo Bianchini, Pedro Mateos Cruz
  • Virtual Roman Leicester (VRL): An interactive Computer Model of a Romano-British City
    Douglas Cawthorne, George Watson, Andrew Hugill
  • Democratization of 3d Applications in Archaelogy. A Case of study: the Roman Dam of Muel (zaragoza)
    Jorge Angás, Paula Uribe, María de los Ángeles Magallón
  • The Figure of the Architect-Archaeologist. The Bauforschung, the Realization of the Model and the Anastylosis of Ancient Architecture
    Daniela De Mattia

Thursday April 8th, 14.30h, Room Andalucia II

 
Digital Archaeology at Pompeii; Our Contribution to the Historical Record
Manuel de Falla -Thursday
Thursday, 08 April 2010 14:30

Since Pompeii was unearthed, expert and popular perception of Pompeii has reflected the times, and the documentary norms of each era are reflected in our recorded knowledge. Historical efforts at preservation and reconstruction have also left their mark on the site itself. As society proceeds further into the digital age, it is important that we understand our own point of view and decide how we want to contribute to the historical record. Digital imaging gives us another way to preserve the source evidence and to present interpretations of it. The unusual concentration of interest on Pompeii has resulted in a diversity of technical and scholarly approaches applied to a small area. This grants us a unique position from which to understand and develop the role of digital technology in archaeology and related fields.

Each panelist will describe their work and the issues above for four to five minutes. We will then have five minutes for panelists’ final comments, leaving 50 minutes for discussion with the audience. The panelists are:

  • John Wallrodt, Senior Research Associate, Department of Classics, University of Cincinnati, OH, USA This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 513-556-2584 for the Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia (http://classics.uc.edu/pompeii/).
  • Albert Ribera, Doctor of Archaeology, in charge of the Archaeological Department of Valencia, City Hall, Spain. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , 658159889. Director and lead author of the "Casa di Arianna" and "Via degli Augustalis" Projects at Pompeii (2004-2009). Leads investigations of Roman Valentia and the Arianna's House, 1999 to the present.
  • José M. Luzón, Professor of Classical Archaeology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Director of the House of the Archaizing Diana project at Pompei (Insula VII,6,3). Using scanned data to reconstruct the villa destroyed in WWII.
  • Jeffrey Jacobson, Director of PublicVR (http://publicvr.org), Boston, MA, USA. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 617-435-0517 Director of Virtual Theater District project. Dr. Jacobson will discuss how representation of knowledge shapes understanding.
  • Ethan Gruber, Researcher and 3D Modeler, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Gruber is the computer modeler for the Pompeii Forum Project and contributes experience in 3D modeling and lighting. (http://pompeii.virginia.edu).
  • David Frederick, Associate Professor, Classical Studies, Director of Humanities, University of Arkansas, AR, USA This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 479-575-6776 http://pompeii.uark.edu Director of the Digital Pompeii Project, centered on a searchable, navigable model of artwork in Pompeii.
  • Steven Ellis, Assistant Professor of Classics, Department of Classics, University of Cincinnati, OH, USA This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 513-206-5729 Director of the Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia (http://classics.uc.edu/pompeii/)
  • John J. Dobbins, Professor of Classical Art & Archaeology, McIntire Department of Art, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 434-924-6128 Director of  the Pompeii Forum Project  (http://pompeii.virginia.edu). He and Ethan Gruber will employ computer models to present and test hypotheses of the Macellum’s reconstruction.  
  • Michael Anderson, Assistant Professor of Classics, Department of Classics, San Francisco State University, USA This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 415-338-3071. Director of the Via Consolare Project, which undertakes  excavation, digital  recording  and 3-D  reconstruction  in Pompeii.   Open-source  and freeware technologies.

 

 
From new generations of Web services (Web 2.0; Semantic Web, Web3D) to Archaeological Knowledge I
Manuel de Falla -Thursday
Thursday, 08 April 2010 09:30

UISPP Commission 4 Session

Chair: Dan Stefan

  • WikiBridge: a Semantic Wiki for Archaeological Applications
    Marinette Savonnet
  • Towards the Web Process: Urbanizing the Archaeological Information System
    Francois Djindjian
  • ScotlandsPlaces: Accessing geo-spatially enabled archaeological and historical datasets
    Ashley Beamer, Mark Gillick
  • A Web3D tool for online exploration of underwater sites
    Fabio Bruno, Stefano Bruno, Agostino Angilica, Maurizio Muzzupappa, Pierre Drap
  • TOPOI2.0 - A Virtual Research Environment for Academics
    Undine Lieberwirth

Thursday April 8th, 9.30h, Room Manuel de Falla