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Meetup - computational archaeology

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Kristina Georgieva

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Transcript of Meetup - computational archaeology

Robotics
For places difficult for humans to access
Manned/unmanned
Remote operated / Autonomous
3D Modelling
Archaeology is destructive

Preserve an accurate digital representation

Showcase discovery
Remote Sensing
Reveal features
Under surface
Under vegetation
Above surface
Artificial Intelligence
Classification
Clustering
Data mining
Simulation
Image analysis
Thank you!
Introduction
What is Computational Archaeology?
Archaeoinformatics, digital heritage
Discovery
Preservation
Analysis
Presentation
Conclusion
Many technologies used in archaeology

Developer can contribute to the field by:
Contributing to open source projects
Making mobile and desktop applications
Programming data analysis tools
Automating robots

Archaeologists can make use of these technologies to improve their process.

Computational Archaeology
Kristina Georgieva
Digital Preservation
Documentation of historical data
X-rays
Deep analysis of artefact where the analysis process would destroy it
ROVs and AUVs
Manned Submersibles
Open Source Robotics
OpenROV
Started to search for treasure in cave
Photogrammetry
Imagery analysis
Triangulation
Create 3D model
Virtual Reality
Explore a site (Oculus)
Analyse discovery
Preserve artifact
LIDAR
Light Detection and Ranging
Examine surface of the earth
Uses laser
3D info about surface
GPR
Locating features under surface
Aerial Imaging
Locating features
Differences in vegetation
Differences in landscape
Buildings
Geoglyphs
Documenting site
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