Time geography , GIS and archaeology

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We argue that time geography can offer conceptual and methodological framework for conducting accessibility con- straint analyses that can be implemented within GIS. We present the use of cost-surfaces to implement the time geo- graphical concepts, especially the time-space prim and its derivates, cumulative potential path areas and potential path fields. The tools should not be understood as mere descriptive devices, but means for deeper understanding of social processes in a material world

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  • archaeology
  • gis
  • time geography

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