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The Tiber Valley Project : the role of GIS and databases in field survey data integration and analysis.

Kay, S. and Witcher, R. E. (2005) 'The Tiber Valley Project : the role of GIS and databases in field survey data integration and analysis.', Archeologia e Calcolatori., 16 . pp. 113-127.

Abstract

Information Technology is at the heart of the Tiber Valley Project, from the integration, storage and analysis of data, through project management to the visualization and dissemination of results. Here, some of the ongoing applications of this technology, both implicit and explicit, are presented. Detailed results will be published as the project continues, with a synthetic volume currently in preparation.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:GIS, Tiber valley, Visibility, Predictive modelling.
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Record Created:02 Feb 2009
Last Modified:13 Oct 2014 15:45

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