2 Landscape Archaeology and Artificial Intelligence: the Neural Hypersurface of the Mesopotamian Urban Revolution

@inproceedings{Ramazzotti20182LA,
  title={2 Landscape Archaeology and Artificial Intelligence: the Neural Hypersurface of the Mesopotamian Urban Revolution},
  author={Marco Ramazzotti and Paolo Massimo Buscema and Giulia Massini},
  year={2018}
}
* From the Semeion Research Center of Rome. 1 Computer semiotics: any empirical approach mainly interested in the ways that humans and machines may communicate with each other using written languages, texts, and/or codes (Andersen 1991a, 3–30; 1991b, 1–32; Figge 1991, 321–330). 2 Natural Computing (nc): a nonlinear dynamics and pattern formation computing inspired by concepts, principles, and mechanisms underlying natural systems (Anderson and Rosenfeld 1988; McClelland and Rumelhart 1988). nc… 

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