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The imaging of historical documents / Andrew Prescott Restoration and manuscript archaeology / Meg Twycross Representations of sources and data : working with exceptions to hierarchy in historical documents / Donald Spaeth Finding needles in haystacks : data-mining in distributed historical datasets / Fabio Ciravegna ... [et al.] Digital searching and the re-formulation of historical knowledge / Tim Hitchcock Using computer-assisted qualitative data-analysis software in historical research / Caroline Bowden Stepping back from the trench edge : an archaeological perspective on the development of standards for recording and publication / Julian Richards and Catherine Hardman Which? What? When? : on the virtual representation of time / Manfred Thaller In the kingdom of the blind : visualization and e-science in archaeology, the arts and humanities / Vince Gaffney Using geographical information systems to explore space and time in the humanities / Ian Gregory Spatial technologies in archaeology in the twenty-first century / Paul Cripps Digital artefacts : possibilities and purpose / David Arnold "Oh, to make the boards to speak! There's a task!" : towards a poetics of paradata / Richard Beacham Electronic corpora of artefacts : the example of the corpus of romanesque sculpture in Britain and Ireland / Anna Bentkowska-Kafel Conclusion : virtual representations of the past : new research methods, tools and communities of practice / Lorna Hughes.
Greengrass, Mark, Hughes, Lorna M.
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These papers were presented at The Expert Seminar, held in Sheffield, England, on 19-21 April 2006.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -222) and index.
Learn about over 1,000 camps and ghettos in Volume I and II of this encyclopedia, which are available as a free PDF download. This reference provides text, photographs, charts, maps, and extensive indexes.