Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology - UK Conference 22nd - 23rd February, 2013

Programme

All paper and poster abstracts are listed below by submission type and then in alphabetical order by first author. Open online access to these abstracts is provided to promote interest and discussion in the conference, accordingly (and in the spirit of academic discourse) please reference and attribute the works of the authors when citing elsewhere.

Introduction

Guy Hunt - Introduction to CAA-UK 2013 and L – P : Archaeology

Keynote Presentation

Dr. Mark Lake (University College London)Open Archaeology

Paper Abstracts (& Videos)

Paul BackhouseLaser scanning is pointless. Lets do more!

Erik ChampionGame Issues for Scholarly Discourse or for Public Understanding

Michael CharnoADSeasy: Developing a system for data deposition

Nathalie Cohen and Courtney NimuraDigital Outreach and the Thames Discovery Programme: What Next?

Helena DemetriouDigital Tabletops & Collaborative Learning for Archaeology: ‘How can Multi-Touch Interfaces allow us to bridge the gap between archaeological artefacts and the viewer by creating engaging collaborative learning environments for adults with digital object handling?’

Jeroen De ReuTowards a cost-effective three-dimensional documentation of archaeological excavations

Chiz HarwardIntegrating excavation and analysis on urban excavations: developing elegant methods for integrated systems and methodologies for the excavation and analysis of urban sites

Ulla Rajala and Philip MillsAnalysing and visualising the ceramiscene of Roman Nepi

Giovanni Murru, Marco Fratarcangeli and Tommaso EmplerPractical Augmented Visualization on Handheld Devices for Cultural Heritage

Peter RauxlohThe application of applications: The bump and grind of commercial archaeology

Matteo RomanelloSkOSifying an Archaeological Thesaurus

Henriette Roued-CunliffeCan we share? – current status for sharing heritage data online!

Stephen SteadCloud computing and Cultural Heritage IT

Armando TrujilloThe movements of the Teuchitlán people: A testimony of regional interaction in Western Mexico

Rebeka VitalDigital documentation through laser scanning of a cultural heritage site

Poster Abstracts

Alexandra Angeletaki - How is the use of Virtual Reality technology challenging the museum- library sector? The case of the University Museum and Library of Trondheim, Norway.

Neil Beagrie, John Houghton, Stuart Jeffrey, Ray MooreImpact of the Archaeology Data Service: a study and methods for enhancing sustainability

Catriona CooperUsing Acoustics to Explore Lived Experience at Late Medieval Sites

Stuart EveDead Men’s Eyes: The Use of Augmented Reality in Archaeology

Vicki HerringVessel volumes and visualisation: innovative computer applications for ceramicists: Vessel Volumes

Donald HorneVessel volumes and visualisation: innovative computer applications for ceramicists: Vessel Visualisation

Debanjan MitraApplication of Generalized Linear Regression to Understand the Use-wear Patterns of Stone Tools made on Shahabad

Doug Rocks-McqueenOpen Access in Archaeology

Iza Romanowska, Tom Brughmans‘A Connected Island?’: how the Iron Curtain affected Palaeolithic Archaeologists in Central Europe