Spatial analysis and cultural information: the need for theory as well as method
Bill HillierInstitute of Archaeology, University College London
Seeing is still not perceiving (or hearing, touching, smelling or tasting): a short defence of visibility analysis in natural and built environments
David WheatleyUniversity of Southampton, UK
The social logic of prehistoric architecture
Nils Müller-ScheeßelRömisch-Germanische Kommission, Frankfurt a. M., Deutsches Archäologisches Institut
Sabine ReinholdDeutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin
Peter TrebscheNiederösterreichisches Museum für Urgeschichte, Asparn an der Zaya
Measuring the degree of street vitality in excavated towns. How can macro and micro spatial analyses tools contribute to understandings of urban street life in Pompeii?
Akkelies van NesDelft University of Technology
Houses and Society in the Aegean from the Early Iron Age till the Impact of Rome
John BintliffFaculteit Archeologie, Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands
Roman Ostia: a scaled space syntax approach to past built and non-built environments
Hanna StögerFaculteit Archeologie, Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands
...that they may not understand one another's speech. A comparison of space syntax and GIS analyses of architectural space
Piraye HacigüzellerKatholieke Universiteit Leuven, Koninkrijk België
Ulrich ThalerSeminar für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
Analyzing the invisible: Syntactic interpretation of archaeological remains through geophysical prospection
Giles MorrowMcGill University, Montreal, Canada
Systemic functional theory: the study of the 3D urban spaces of the prehistoric town of Akrotiri at Thera, Greece
Konstantinos AthanasiouAristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Visibility analysis in 3D spaces: a new dimension to the understanding of social space
Eleftheria PaliouArchäologisches Institut, Universität zu Köln
Pliny and Iridis III
Gareth Beale
Graeme EarlUniversity of Southampton, UK
From 3D Laserscan to Image Based Processing - our contribution in Cultural Heritage documentation
Giorgio Verdiani
ISEE: retrieving information through the navigation of a 3D interactive environment
Laura PecchioliIMT, Institute for Advanced Studies, Lucca
Simulation of interactive virtual spaces in architecture. Creating a Virtual Archaeological Model of the Queen Mersyankh II Mastaba
Benjamin StanglVienna University of Technology