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Applications of computer methods and mathematical ideas in archaeology

Smilansky, U (Weizmann Institute)
Wednesday 13 June 2007, 16:00-17:00

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


Archaeological research can profit from methods and ideas taken from theoretical physics and computer science. I shall show how this general statement was tested in a few examples of archaeological relevance. Using these examples, I shall try to draw some conclusions on future prospects, and discuss possible pitfalls in this kind of interdisciplinary research.



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