[Humanist] 23.341 events: archaeological computing
Humanist Discussion Group
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 23, No. 341.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Fri, 2 Oct 2009 08:38:40 +0100
From: "Dunn, Stuart" <stuart.dunn at kcl.ac.uk>
Subject: archaeological computing cfp: CAA UK
The Institute of Archaeology at University College London and the CAA
UK Chapter committee would like to invite you to submit a paper or
poster presentation for the CAA UK Chapter conference 2010. The
conference is to be held at the Institute of Archaeology, London on
the 19th - 20th February 2010.
We welcome submissions on any topic within the sphere of
archaeological computing, but this year we particularly encourage
papers that address the following topical themes:
* *The 3 R's - Reusability, Repeatability and Robustness* - This can
be in relation to many different areas such as quantitative modeling,
ABM, spatial modeling, practical examples of data reuse, mash-ups, etc.
* *Mobility* - This can include submissions on any type of computer-
based mobility studies including (but not limited to) settlement
patterns, linguistic mobility, temporal mobility, visitor movement,
animal movement etc.
Other themes of long-standing interest to researchers and
* *Archaeological computing methods and techniques within the Cultural
Resource Management (CRM) environment* - Submissions on current
computing practice and method are particularly welcome from commercial
archaeology companies, museum professionals, heritage managers, local
authority officers or other bodies working within CRM.
* *Pattern recognition* - Finding patterns within archaeological data,
site patterning, image recognition, etc.
* *Theory within Archaeological Computing* - The application of
archaeological theory within the computing environment e.g post-
processual approaches to archaeological computing.
The papers should be 20 minutes in duration. Please send abstracts of
up to 300 words to: caauk at ucl.ac.uk - the deadline is the 27th
For more information please visit http://www.ucl.ac.uk/caauk/. Any
queries please email caauk at ucl.ac.uk.
Feel free to post and cross-post to anyone you think might be
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