Geographic Information System as a method of management of spatial data (along with case studies)


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Geographic Information System as a method of management of spatial data (along with case studies)
Geographic Information System as a method of management of spatial data
Introduction to GIS in Archaeology and Heritage Management
GIS applications - a brief history
GIS applications and history
History of GIS in archaeology
Historical GIS/Historical Research
Cultural Heritage Management
Exercises
References
GIS applications and history - Further Reading
Further Reading
GIS in archaeology
Core components of a GIS
Data and Data Types
Raster Data
Vector Data
Attribute Data
Coordinate systems
Data Input and Processing
Data Capture
Primary Data Capture
Secondary Data Capture
Data Transfer and Data Management
Exercises
Application
Fieldwork
Analysis
Resource management
Map creation and content distribution
Exercises
Issues and limitations
GIS in archaeology - Further Reading
Further Reading
GIS in archaeology - Terminology
Terminology
References
Case Study: Visibility and topography in Neolithic Falbygden, southwest Sweden
Introduction
Visibility
Visibility and topography
Background visibility
Visibility in Karleby and Högstena
Conclusion
References
Case Study: GIS for heritage management by public authorities - Barcelona and Region of Murcia
Introduction
SIGBARQ
SIPMUR
Conclusions
References
Case Study: GIS in the creation of spatial databases for the preservation and management of archaeological heritage in Poland
Introduction
Current system of cataloguing archaeological heritage in Poland
New technological solutions for the preservation and management
Possibilities and goals of using Geographic Information System
Conclusion
References