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Digital archaeological heritage: an introduction

Keith May


Session 1 Measuring and sensing

The Rae Project: digital documentation of a nation’s heritage

James Hepher, Lyn Wilson and Sofia Antonopoulou


It’s all in the Pixels: high resolution remote sensing data and the mapping and analysis of the archaeological and historical landscape

Erwin Meylemans, Karl Cordemans, Katrien Cousserier and Isabelle Jansen


Non-invasive archaeology in the Republic of Moldova – An example of multidisciplinary approach and international partnership

Sergiu Musteaţă, Alexandru Popa and Hans-Ulrich Voß


Acoustic research on historic submarine hulls

Mark Dunkley


Free and Open Source Software development in archaeology. Two interrelated case studies: gvSIG-CE and Survey2GIS

David Bibby and Benjamin Ducke


Historic Building Information Modelling

Paul Bryan


Session 2 Data to knowledge

Archaeological data in the GIS portal of the National Heritage Board of Poland

Agnieszka Oniszczuk and Agnieszka Makowska


Digitising the archaeological process at the Swedish National Heritage Board: producing, managing and sharing archaeological information

Asa M. Larsson, Marcus Smith, Rikard Sohlenius and Tord Klafver


Why the historic environment needs a Spatial Data infrastructure

Peter McKeague, Anthony Corns and Axel Posluschny


Switching to digital tools: heritage evaluation for preventive archaeology in Hungary

Máté Stibrányi


Saving treasures of the World Heritage at the Digital Archive DANS

Hella Hollander


Archaeological map of the Czech Republic. Current state and future visions of virtual research tools in the Czech Republic

Martin Kuna, David Novák, Jan Hasil and Dana Křivánková


Archaeological Service Agency: an Open Source WebGIS application for Albania

Rudina Zoto


Long-term data preservation and re-use: the work of the Archaeology Data Service

Julian Richards


Session 3 Visualising the past

Using 3D technology to digitise and replicate the near Lewes Hoard

Jaime Kaminski


The digital dimension of cultural heritage. New opportunities for digital access to cultural goods by the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports

Elena Korka


An on-site presentation of invisible prehistoric landscapes

Jiri Unger and Petr Kvetina


Recent developments in the application of new digital technologies in archaeological heritage management in Hungary

Erzsébet Jerem and József Laszlovszky


Archaeology and geohistory: building a multi-user platform in the Brussels Capital Region, Belgium

Hans Blanchaert, Marc Meganck, S. Modrie and Daphné Van Grieken


3D-ICONS Ireland – Fulfi lling the potential of a rich 3D resource

Anthony Corns, Gary Devlin, Aaron Deevy, Robert Shaw and Linda Shine

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