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Título: 3D technology applied to quantification studies of pottery: Eve 2.0
Autores: Busto Zapico, Miguel
Carrero Pazos, Miguel
Palabras Claves: Methodology
Estimated Vessel Equivalent
3D technology
Fecha Edición: 2016
Editor: Archaeopress Archaeology
Cita Bibliográfica: Busto Zapico, Miguel; Carrero Pazos, Miguel. 3D technology applied to quantification studies of pottery: Eve 2.0. CAA, Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (43. 2015. Siena), p. 377-382
Resumen: In archaeological excavations, pottery fragments are the most common remains. As a consequence, it seems appropriate to propose a methodology that can help in their study. Therefore, we intend to propose a method that will alow us to identify from a fragment of pottery, the size of the vessel it came from, basing on partially completed pieces. This approach is not new, since between the 1980s and 1990s, C. Orton, P. Tyers and A. Vince started discussing about the estimated vessel equivalent (EVE). However, despite its advantages, it is a system which is not fully implemented . On this basis, we have designed a reviewed EVE, adapted to the new technologies (3D) that allow us to go further and talk of EVE 2.0.
ISBN: 978-1-78491-338-0
Aparece en las Colecciones:Arqueología

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