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Wednesday, March 30

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S03-P2 Exploitation of prevailing winds and currents by the earliest known seafarers, reaching and colonizing Australasia c 50 000 years ago Domus Media, Aula foyer S03-P3 Using GIS modeling to reconstruct the urban landscape of the Roman city of Ossonoba Domus Media, Aula foyer S03-P4 The first web based viewer for archaeological underwater sites in Europe: The Splashcos─Viewer Domus Media, Aula foyer S04-P1 Modelling between digital and humanities: Thinking in practice Domus Media, Aula foyer S04-P2 Sustainability = separation: Keeping database structure, domain structure and interface independent Domus Media, Aula foyer S04-P3 Bioarchaeology module―Loading please hold... Recording human bioarchaeological data from Portuguese archaeological field reports Domus Media, Aula foyer S07-P1 Underwater archaeological remains open to the public diving –close range photogrammetry as a digital preservation and complex documentations of despairing relicts Domus Media, Aula foyer S07-P2 Questions and bottlenecks: The precariousness of computation heavy documentation in the field Domus Media, Aula foyer S11-P1 Combining analytical and digital data in archaeology: Towards a multidisciplinary ontological solution. The Salamis terracottas case study Domus Media, Aula foyer S12-P1 How to classification?―A trial examining the effectiveness of an elliptic Fourier descriptor for Japanese archaeological studies Domus Media, Aula foyer S12-P2 Urbanism in the Cilician Plain from Chalcolithic to Byzantine Period Domus Media, Aula foyer S13-P1 Forum Boarium survey Domus Media, Aula foyer S13-P2 Geographical and cultural networks to better understand urbanization processes in central Italy (1175/1150─500 BC ca) Domus Media, Aula foyer S13-P3 Patterns and recognition: Mapping indigenous settlement topography in the Caribbean Domus Media, Aula foyer S14-P1 The origins of agriculture: Mathematical models, cooperation and the rise of social inequality Domus Media, Aula foyer S16-P1 Artificial Neural Networks to estimate Paleotemperatures in North Patagonia (Argentina) based on micromammals sequences Domus Media, Aula foyer S19-P1 From the field to the showroom: The Augmented─Reality Kilns ExhibitiOn (ARKEO) Domus Media, Aula foyer S19-P2 Roman archaeology and GIS visibility studies Domus Media, Aula foyer S19-P4 Why 3D printing technique is the useful tool for artifact conservation Domus Media, Aula foyer S22-P1 Teaching GIS in archaeology: What Students focus on Domus Media, Aula foyer S23-P1 Comparing 3D Ground Penetrating Radar visualization methods: A case study from Austria Domus Media, Aula foyer S24-P1 New eyes to old graphics. Rock art in the Emirate of Sharjah Domus Media, Aula foyer S25-P1 WW2 remains as cultural heritage Domus Media, Aula foyer S25-P2 Archives, archaeology, and architecture: A multimedia approach for 3D reconstructions Domus Media, Aula foyer S25-P3 Doha Online Historical Atlas―GIS interactive mapping of space and time in a pearling town Domus Media, Aula foyer S26-P1 A multidisciplinary project for the study of historical landscapes: New archaeological and physicochemical data from the “Colline Metallifere” district Domus Media, Aula foyer

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  • S02 Using GIS modeling to solve real-world archaeological problems
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  • S08 Modelling approaches to analyse the socio-economic context in archaeology II: Defining the limits of production
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  • S13 Computational approaches to ancient urbanism: Documentation analysis and interpretation
  • S14 Can you model that? Applications of complex systems simulation to explore the past
  • S15 Interpretations from digital sensations? Using the digital sensory turn to discover new things about the past
  • S16 Networking the past: Towards best practice in archaeological network science
  • S17 The road not taken: Modelling approaches to transport on local and regional scales
  • S19 New technologies and archeology : The impact of the digital revolution
  • S20 Computer vision vs human perception in remote sensing image analysis: Time to move on
  • S21 Linked pasts: Connecting islands of content
  • S22 Teaching archaeology in the digital age. UISPP official session
  • S23 Needles in the haystack: Geophysical methods in challenging conditions
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  • S26 The portable XRF revolution: Elemental analysis for all?
  • S27 Revealing by visualising: Geographic relations in cultural heritage databases
  • S28 Methodology of archaeological simulation. Meeting of the Special Interest Group in Complex Systems Simulation
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