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CAA2005 The world is in your eyes

L'Istituto Politecnico di Tomar in Portogallo ospiterà il congresso del Computer Applications in Archeology (CAA), l'organizzazione internazionale che ormai da più di vent'anni svolge un ruolo di primo piano nella promozione e nella conoscenza delle nuove tecnologie informatiche in archeologia. Accanto alle 14 sessioni tematiche volte a dare un quadro esaustivo sulle interazioni esistenti fra archeologia e applicazioni informatiche (dalla ricostruzione delle immagini in 3D nell'archeologia subacquea, ai modelli GIS, dalla fotogrammetria alla geofisica, dai musei archeologici all'analisi dei siti internet dedicati all'archeologia), il programma prevede anche numerosi interventi di specialisti su alcuni  progetti europei (BRIKS), le applicazioni informatiche, i programmi e i database  più diffusi. 

IL programma delle 14 sessioni è il seguente:

1 - Putting things together: Classification and analysis

  • Associative Multilingual Classification Architecture for Historical Artefacts. Damiano Bolla, Nick Ryan
  • A Class Apart: an experiment in facetted classification of archaeological information. William Kilbride
  • SECANTO – The Section Analysis tool. Vicent Momn
  • Automated Pottery Fragment Classifier for Archaeological Studies. Gulsebnem Bishop(Presenter), Sung-Hyuk Cha, and Charles C. Tappert

2- Imaging Atlantida: 3D reconstruction and nautical archaeology

  • Underwater Surveys and Remote Sensing - The 2005 Corinthian Gulf Expedition. Alexis Catsambis
  • Combined Use of Sonar and Total Station Measurements in Non destructive Underwater Investigations at the Fizine near Portorož Site. Andrej Gaspari, Sašo Poglajen
  • Nautical and Underwater Archaeology and Three-dimensional Reconstruction: 2 Case studies. Tiago Miguel D'Oliveira Xavier Conde Fraga
  • Digital Imaging and Virtual Diagnosis of Artifacts for Conservation. C. Wayne Smith

3- Through land and imagination: 3D Landscapes

  • Real Time and 3D Landscape design with OpenSource tools: towards a new and interactive way to reconstruct ancient landscapes. Sofia Pescarin, Luigi Calori, Carlo Campores
  • Speeding up visualisation of Medieval urban landscapes: John Speed, GIS, and 3D. Steve Trick, Keith Lilley, Chris Lloyd
  • Integrating geographic and 3D approaches to the study of visual space: Late Bronze Age Akrotiri. Eleftheria Paliou, David Wheatley
  • DEMs show that modern features mould the archaeological landscape. Renate Gerlach, Irmela Herzog, Julia von Koblinski

4 - What you see is what you get: 3D Reconstruction

  • Measuring deformations of wheel-produced ceramics using high resolution 3D reconstructions. Avshalom Karasik, Hubert Mara, Robert Sablatnig, Uzy Smilansky
  • Perceiving Pottery: A View Using 3D Applications. Diego J. Irujo-Ruíz, M. Pilar Prieto-Martínez
  • A mythological tale lived again through the virtual reality. Bruno Fabio, Crugliano Giuseppe, Fiorelli Daniela, Genovese Guglielmo, Muzzupappa Maurizio
  • Virtual Heritage Reconstruction: The Old Main of Curitiba , Brazil . Jose Manoel Kozan, Iara Maria Beduschi Kozan
  • Remote Research through the Modeling and Reconstruction of a Medieval Monastery Site in Languedoc . Elizabeth Riorden, Bradley French, Emily Hatch
  • Reconstructing New Zealand 's Heritage: Laser Scanning the Ruins of the Warkworth Cement Works. Daniel McCurdy, Russell Gibb

5 - Seeing through walls: 3D “Building” Reconstruction

  • Vilars AR Project. Testing the Augmented Reality paradigm in an archaeological site. Ares Vidal, Enric Tartera, Natàlia Alonso, Carles Aguiló, Emili Junyent, Jesús Lorés
  • Recreating a prehistoric village: from the Epipaleolithic to the Iron Age. D. Gutierrez, E. Sobreviela, O. Anson, F. Gomez, F. Seron
  • An interactive 3D reconstruction of a funeral in Andriuolo's Necropolis in Paestum . Roberto Andreoli, Rosario De Chiara, Ugo Erra, Vittorio Scarano, Angela Pontrandolfo, Luigia Rizzo, Alfonso Santoriello
  • Virtualizing Ancient Rome : A new hybrid digital model of late-antique Rome . Beranrd Frischer
  • The Flavian Amphitheater (Colosseum) in Rome : An Excellent People-Mover? Diego Gutierrez, Bernard Frischer, Francisco Seron, Dean Abernathy
  • On- A-Slant Virtual Village: Constructing a 3D Stereo Imaging Exhibit . Aaron Bergstrom, Jeffrey T.

6 - Public eyes: Museums and Public Archaeology

  • IMRAR_Beta Approaching To The Development Of An International Museum : Rock Art Research Process And Complexity. Miguel Angel Albadán
  • Developing an electronic thesaurus of terms for Byzantine Icons in the framework of a project, focused in the creation of a virtual Museum. Dionysios Mourelatos, Andreas Andreou, Theodora Patsalou, Drakoulis Martakos
  • TNT: The Neanderthal Tools. G.-C. Weniger, J. Döllner, R. Macchiarelli, M. Mandel, P. Mayer, J. Radovcic, P. Semal
  • Choice and inspiration: content for audio and multimedia guiding systems. Katerina Nikolaidou, Archontia Polyzoudi
  • The Israel Antiquities Authority Website – Bridging the Past with the Future. Liat Ayzencot
  • Archis2: the Dutch Archaeological Heritage accessible on the Internet. P.M. Boekenoogen, A. Sloos

7 - Insite: Inter-site Analysis

  • The lithic industry of the Early Neolithic at Uzzo Cave . ( Trapani , Sicily ) A landscape perspective on the operational chains and the raw material availability. Carmine Collina, Rosalía Gallotti
  • The GIS application to the spatial data organisation of the necropolis of Poseidonia-Paestum. Alfonso Santoriello, Francesco Uliano Scelza, Rosalia Gallotti, Roberto Bove, Luigia Sirangelo
  • Low Density Lithic Artefact Scatters: A Consideration of the Impact of Sampling Strategy. John Pouncett
  • GIS applications to the analysis of excavations data in Classical Archaeology. Grazia Semeraro

8 - Modelling our World: GIS Representation

  • Hierarchical multi-view representation of spatial data; application to Corsican Neolithic tombs analysis. El Hadi Khoumeri
  • Praise the sea, on shore remain? GIS analysis of travel routes in an Iron Age island environment. Robert Brian Rahn
  • Network Analysis and Landscape Stratigraphy. John Pouncett
  • GIS Contribution in the Archaeology of Wine. A Case Study from Crete . Katerina Athasanaki
  • Between Creator and Reader: Towards Communicative Maps. Hugh Corley

9 - Walking over lines: GIS Pattern Analysis

  • Forma Tarraconis?: GIS use for urban archaeology. Ignacio Fiz
  • The use of GIS in the study of Roman landscapes: Detection of roman cadastre in Patra – Greece . Niki Evelpidou, Andreas Vassilopoulos, Athanassios Rizakis, Konstantia
  • GIS Applications to the study of Daunian settlement patterns in the pre-Roman Age. Barbara Pecere
  • Reconstructing the Roman Period Road Network of Crete through GIS. Maria Ilvanidou
  • GIS analysis of land use and field patterns from historical cartography in Landscape Archaeology. Michele De Silva

10 - A view shed on Landscape: GIS Landscape Analysis

  • GIS and the Arctic Dark Season. A tale on visibility and pathway analysis from the lands of frozen seas and snow covered mountains. Hans Peter Blankholm
  • Understanding viewsheds: a practical study of the uses of GIS in the study of archaeological visibility in the Iron Gates gorge. Kate Fernie
  • Multiple, cumulative and total viewshed: an application in the genil river valley. Mar Zamora
  • Revisiting the FLK Zinjanthropus floor: the potential of GIS in ESA archaeological applications. Michael Causey
  • Towards Prehistoric Landscape Interpretation: Gis Analysis Of Stratigraphical And Remote Sensing Data In Sesto Fiorentino Plain . Pizziolo Giovanna
  • The “Living with Heritage” project: integrating spatial information for the Angkor landscape. Ian Johnson

11 - With eyes closed: Geophysics Applications

  • Conservation The 19th Century Maori Village at Te Horopuriri. From Geophysical Survey to 3d Reconstruction – A New Zealand Example. Russell Gibb, Simon Holdaway, Daniel McCurdy
  • The Archaeo-Geophysical Prospections Made at Magura Uroiului ( Romania ). Angelica Balos, Adriana Ardeu, Roxana Stancescu, Calin Suteu
  • Geophysical Data Fusion: Combining Sensor Outputs Through Graphical, Mathmatical, and Statistical Approaches. Eileen G. Ernenwein, Kenneth L. Kvamme

12 - Photogrametry

  • 3D Mapping of a Pre-historic Landscape in Ireland using Digital Photogrammetry. Anthony Corns, Robert Shaw
  • Photogrammetric recording of the archaeological site of Pinchango Alto ( Palpa , Peru ) using a mini helicopter (UAV). Henri Eisenbeiss, Karsten Lambers, Martin Sauerbier
  • Digital Photogrammetry in Archaeology: 3D Representation of sites. Mercedes Farjas, Andres Diez, Julian Aguirre, Jorge Bernardino, Nieves Quesada
  • 3D Modeling of Large Cultural Heritage Sites from Satellite and Aerial Images. Armin Gruen, Martin Sauerbier

13 - Archaeology on-line

  • A Comparative analysis of current ontological techniques in supporting a community of interest pertaining to the Cultural Heritage sector. John Mc Auley, Eoin Kilfeather
  • Turning Grey Literature White – A new approach to the publication of archaeological assessment reports. Michael Rains
  • e-Culture : An Interpretive Evaluation Framework. Heinz Klein, Emmanuel Monod
  • OBAB - On-line Banat Archaeological Bibliography. Dorel Micle

14 - Catching things: Field Work Archaeology

  • Archaeoscope – 3D interface for stratigraphy visulization. Bogdan Bobowski
  • Linking 2D Harris Matrix with 3D Stratigraphic Visualisations: an integrated approach to archaeological Visualisations. Wendy Day, John Cosmas, Nick Ryan , Tijl Vereenooghe3, Luc Van Gool, Marc Waelkens, Peter Talloen
  • “On the fly” 3D-documentation for rescue exavations: A church excavation at Hanerau-Hademarschen, Northern Germany . Philip Lüth M.A.
  • Using Mobile Information Systems for Automatic Data Acquisition of Complex Archaeological Sites . Andrea Maurino
  • Calculating and Analyzing Artifact Orientations using Total Station Derived Data. Shannon JP. McPherron, Harold L. Dibble
  • Automated simple context sheets processing. Bogdan Bobowski
  • Upgrading the Digital Field Assistant. Nick Ryan , Martijn Van Leusen