Published by Taylor & Francis
Contents: A view from across the water: the North American experience in archaeological GIS -- The use of GIS for archaeological resource management in France: the SCALA project, with a case study in Picardie -- GIS and archaeological resource management: a European agenda -- To be or not to be: will an object-space-time GIS/AIS become a scientific reality or end up an archaeological entity? -- Using GIS with non-systematic survey data: the Mediterranean evidence -- Flood dynamics and settlement in the Tisza valley of north-east Hungary: GIS and the Upper Tisza project -- Data recording and GIS applications in landscape and intra-site analysis: case studies in progress at the Archaeological Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences -- The spatial analysis of Bell Beaker sites in the Madrid region of Spain -- Prehistoric location preferences: an application of GIS to the Vinorsky potok project, Bohemia, the Czech Republic -- Beyond GIS -- Perceiving time and space in an isostatically rising region -- GIS on different spatial levels and the Neolithization process in the south-eastern Netherlands -- Cumulative viewshed analysis: a GIS-based method for investigating intervisibility, and its archaeological application -- Some criteria for modelling socio-economic activities in the Bronze Age of south-east Spain -- The impact of GIS on archaeology: a personal perspective -- Scientific visualization and archaeological landscape: the case study of a terramarra, Italy -- Towards a study of ancient Greek landscapes: the Perseus GIS -- The potential of GIS-based studies of Iron Age cultural landscapes in Eastern Norway -- GIS applications at the Hungarian National Museum, Department of Information -- GIS and excavation: a cautionary tale from Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England -- Spatial relations in Roman Iron Age settlements in the Assendelver Polders, The Netherlands -- Another way to deal with maps in archaeological GIS -- Humans and PETS in space -- How to look good and influence people: thoughts on the design and interpretation of an archaeological GIS -- Future enhancements to GIS: implications for archaeological theory -- Toward an evaluation of GIS in European archaeology: the past, present and future of theory and applications -- Postscript: GIS, environmental determinism and archaeology.
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