qThis book is for students and practitioners of archaeology. It offers an introductory survey of all the applications of mathematical and statistical techniques to their work. These applications are increasingly concerned with computerized data classification and quantification, and their effect is to reduce the level of uncertainty in the interpretation of the evidence that time and chance have left. Any archaeologist wanting to find out what these new methods have to offer has hitherto been forced to search for information in the specialist handbooks, conference proceedings, and review articles of his own, and very often of other, disciplines. This book brings together the information conveniently together, so far as it pertains to archaeology, and permits an assessment of its relevance and quality.q -- Provided by publisher.Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Williams, W. T. aamp; Dale.M. B. ( 1962) Partition of correlation matrices for heterogeneous quantitative data. Nature, 196, 602. Wilmsen, E. N. ( 1968a) Lithic analysis in paleoanthropology. Science, 161anbsp;...
|Title||:||Mathematics and Computers in Archaeology|
|Author||:||J. E. Doran, F. R. Hodson|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 1975-01-01|