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Help & guidance Guides to Good Practice


Harrison Eiteljorg II, Kate Fernie, Jeremy Huggett and Damian Robinson, with additional contribution by Bernard Thomason. Revised by Stephen Dobson, Ruggero Lancia and Kieron Niven (2011), Archaeology Data Service / Digital Antiquity, Guides to Good Practice

Campos, G., Howard, D.M. and Dobson, S. (2002) ‘Acoustic reconstruction of music performance spaces using three-dimensional digital wave guide mesh models’ in G Burenhult (ed) Computer Applications in Archaeology CAA 2001 BAR Int Series 1016 2002, pp.173-176

Condron, F., Richards, J., Robinson, D. and Wise, A. (1999) Strategies for Digital Data – Findings and Recommendations from Digital Data in Archaeology: a Survey of User Needs. Archaeology Data Service, York.

Eiteljorg, H. II (1990) ‘Using the MR2 Program and Tolerating Frustration’, CSA Newsletter, Vol. III, August 1990, no. 2, pp.3-5, CSA, Bryn Mawr.

Eiteljorg, H. II (1993) The Entrance to the Athenian Acropolis before Mnesicles. Archaeological Institute of America Monograph, New Series, No. 1, Boston.

Eiteljorg, H. II (1994) ‘Using a Total Station’, CSA Newsletter, Vol. VII, August 1994, no. 2, pp.7-10, CSA, Bryn Mawr.

Eiteljorg, H. II (1995) ‘New total station – Surveying in Pompeii’, CSA Newsletter, Vol. VIII, August 1995, no. 2, pp.5-10, CSA, Bryn Mawr.

Eiteljorg, H. II (1996a) ‘New survey aids’, CSA Newsletter, Vol. IX, May 1996, no. 1, p.10, CSA, Bryn Mawr.

Eiteljorg, H. II (1996b) ‘Pompeii in 1996’, CSA Newsletter, Vol. IX, August 1996, no. 2, 5-7, CSA, Bryn Mawr.

Eiteljorg, H. II (2000) ‘The compelling computer image – a double-edged sword’ Internet Archaeology 8.

Eiteljorg, H. II (2002a) ‘Linking text and data to CAD models’, CSA Newsletter, Vol. XIV, Winter 2002, no 3, CSA, Bryn Mawr.

Eiteljorg, H. II (2002b) The CSA CAD Guide for Archaeologists and Architectural Historians. CSA, Bryn Mawr.

English Heritage (2005) The Presentation of Historic Building Survey in CAD, English Heritage.

Huggett, J. (1989) ‘Computing and the Deansway Archaeology Project’, Archaeological Computing Newsletter 18, pp.1-7, Oxford.

Huggett, J. (1990) ‘Programming AutoCAD for the archaeologist’, Archaeological Computing Newsletter 25, pp.18-24, Oxford.

Huggett, J. and Chen, G-Y (2000) ‘3-D interpretative modelling of archaeological sites: A computer reconstruction of a medieval timber and earthwork castle’. Internet Archaeology 8.

Lavender, D., Wallis, A., Bowyer, B. and Davenport P. (1990) ‘Solid modelling of Roman Bath’, in P. Reilly and S. Rahtz (eds) Communication in Archaeology: a global view of the impact of information technology, Volume 1: Data Visualisation, pp.7-13, IBM UK Scientific Centre, Winchester.

Lyman, P. and Besser H. (1998) ‘Defining the problem of our vanishing memory: Background, current status, models for resolution’, in M. MacLean and B.H. Davis (eds) Time and Bits: Managing Digital Continuity, pp.11-20, J. Paul Getty Trust.

Miller, P. and Greenstein, D. (1997) Discovering Online Resources Across the Humanities: A Practical Implementation of the Dublin Core. Bath: UKOLN.

Swain, H. (1998) A Survey of Archaeological Archives in England. English Heritage and Museums & Galleries Commission, London

Templeton, L. (1990) ‘Archaeological illustration and Computer-Aided Design’, Archaeological Computing Newsletter no. 24, pp.1-8, Oxford.

Wise, A.L. and Miller, P. (1997) ‘Why Metadata Matters in Archaeology’, Internet Archaeology 2.