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Computer Science , Artificial Intelligence and Archaeology

@inproceedings{PuyolGruart2002ComputerS,
  title={Computer Science , Artificial Intelligence and Archaeology},
  author={J. Puyol-Gruart},
  year={2002}
}
  • J. Puyol-Gruart
  • Published 2002
  • Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence are technologies and research topics applied to multiple domains. The goal of this paper is to explore which of the new topics of Artificial Intelligence can be applied in the future to Archaeology. The aim is not to give solutions to archaeological problems, but to present three new areas that can be useful to it: Knowledge Discovery in Databases (KDD), Visual Information Management (VIM) and Multi-agent Systems (MAS). 

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