Computational Intelligence in Archaeology
The vast quantity of archaeological data coming from excavations is now well beyond the traditional data processing tools. Computational archaeology creates an exhaustive analysis of technical and analytical needs in the archaeological sciences. Computational Intelligence in Archaeology provides analytical theories offered by new and innovative artificial intelligence computing methods in the archaeological domain. This stimulating, must-have title is full of archaeological examples that allow academicians, researchers, and students to understand a complex but very useful data analysis technique to the field of archaeology.
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