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Proceedings of ArcheoFOSS
Free, libre and open source software e open format nei processi di ricerca archeologica: VIII Edizione Catania 2013 edited by Filippo Stanco e Giovanni Gallo. viii+274 pages. Illustrated throughout in black & white. Papers in Italian with English Abstracts. Available both in print and Open Access.ISBN 9781784912604.
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The VIII Workshop ArcheoFOSS, Free, Libre and Open Source Software e Open Format for archeological research, has been held in Catania, at The Department of Mathematics and Informatics of Catania University, on June 18-19, 2013. The workshop has been attended by about 60 Italian scientists and specialists of open source technology for cultural heritage and archaeology. During the workshop, several original contributions have been presented in well attended talks, followed by lively Q&A and open discussion among the attenders. The Workshop sessions have been organized around general themes: Usage and application of Geographical Information Systems; 3D modeling; Data Management. The papers related to oral contribution have been expanded, revised, peer reviewed and collected here according to the same themes. The contributed talks have been also complemented by 3D modeling and digital visual effects tutorials. A lively barcamp by covering the main issues related with the main topics of the conference has concluded the meeting. To organize and coordinate the event has been a gratifying experience for us. We have been much enriched by the long and constructive discussions and exchanges during the workshop as well before it, with all members of the Scientific Committee. Our hope is that the present collection of papers will provide readers and experts useful ideas and research perspectives beyond the people attending the workshop.


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