"...taken as whole, this volume certainly demonstrates that computational approaches to archaeological space do not have to be functionalist, and the reader cannot help to reach the conclusion that there does seem to be a real generational change within the field."
- Mat Dalton, Archaeological Review from Cambridge
" The papers in this edited volume, which grew out of a 2010 University College London international archaeology seminar, are organized around three broad themes: spatial analysis, spatial modeling, and spatial experience. Roughly one-third of the book is devoted to each topic. The first set of three papers represents inductive, exploratory approaches to archaeological spatial analysis. The second set comprises four chapters offering more deductive and model-driven approaches. These first seven chapters of the book are the most interesting and, arguably, the most useful to the majority of analysts. The final set of three articles concerns the analysis of viewsheds, visualscapes, and 3D architectural models.... Summing Up: Recommended.
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