Accepted Papers

Below, you can find all the papers that have been recommended through the PCI Archaeology process, and have been accepted for the CAA2023 Proceedings.

Dudek Iwona & Blaise Jean-Yves (2023) Research workflows, paradata, and information visualisation: feedback on an exploratory integration of issues and practices – MEMORIA IS

Paukkonen, N. (2023) Towards a Mobile 3D Documentation Solution. Video Based Photogrammetry and iPhone 12 Pro as Fieldwork Documentation Tools

Tsaknaki, E. et al. (2023) Designing Stories from the Grave: Reviving the History of a City through Human Remains and Serious Games

S. Madry, G. Jansen, S.Murray, E. Jones, L. Willcoxon & E. Alhashem (2023) A Focus on the Future of our Tiny Piece of the Past: Digital Archiving of a Long-term Multi-participant Regional Project

Araar, Leila, Morgan, Colleen L., & Fowler, Louise. (2023). Body Mapping the Digital: Visually representing the impact of technology on archaeological practice.

Mariotti, Samanta (2023) Transforming the Archaeological Record Into a Digital Playground: a Methodological Analysis of The Living Hill Project.

Callieri, M., Berggren, Å., Dell’Unto, N., Derudas, P., Dininno, D., Ekengren, F., & Naponiello, G. (2023). The Dynamic Collections – a 3D Web Platform of Archaeological Artefacts designed for Data Reuse and Deep Interaction.

Stephan, R. (2023). Student Feedback on Archaeogaming: Perspectives from a Classics Classroom.

Schmidt, S., & Maddison, S. (2023). Percolation Package – From script sharing to package publication.

Diamanti, E., Yip, M., Stahl, A., & Ødegård, Ø. (2024). Advancing data quality of marine archaeological documentation using underwater robotics: from simulation environments to real-world scenarios.

Câmara, A., Almeida, A. de ., & Oliveira, J. (2024). Transforming the CIDOC-CRM model into a megalithic monument property graph.

Linsel, F., Bullenkamp, J. P., & Mara, H. (2024). Linking Scars: Topology-based Scar Detection and Graph Modeling of Paleolithic Artifacts in 3D.

Rueff, B. (2024). Dealing with post-excavation data: the Omeka S TiMMA web-database.

Notarian, M. (2024). Social Network Analysis, Community Detection Algorithms, and Neighbourhood Identification in Pompeii.

Blaise Jean-Yves, Dudek Iwona, Bergerot Laurent, & Simon Gaël. (2024). Visual encoding of a 3D virtual reconstruction’s scientific justification: feedback from a proof-of-concept research.

Page, J. (2024). Rivers vs. Roads? A route network model of transport infrastructure in Northern Italy during the Roman period.

Miglena Raykovska, Kristen Jones, Hristina Klecherova, Stefan Alexandrov, Nikolay Petkov, Tanya Hristova, & Georgi Ivanov. (2024). Implementing Digital Documentation Techniques for Archaeological Artifacts to Develop a Virtual Exhibition: the Necropolis of Baley Collection.

Sosic Klindzic Rajna, Vuković Miroslav, Kalafatić Hrvoje, & Šiljeg Bartul. (2024). Digital surface models of crops used in archaeological feature detection – a case study of Late Neolithic site Tomašanci-Dubrava in Eastern Croatia.

Peter, U., Franke, C., Köster, J., Tolle, K., Gampe, S., & Stolba, V. F. (2024). CORPUS NUMMORUM – A Digital Research Infrastructure for Ancient Coins.

3Duewelsteene, & Lou. (2024). 3Duewelsteene/ 4th release PCI Review (v4.0).

Fumihiro Sakahira, & Hiro’omi Tsumura. (2024). Social Network Analysis of Ancient Japanese Obsidian Artifacts Reflecting Sampling Bias Reduction.

Waagen, J., & Gert Jan van Wijngaarden. (2024). Understanding Archaeological Site Topography: 3D Archaeology of Archaeology.

Brandsen, A. (2024). Archaeology specific BERT models for English, German, and Dutch.

Lien-Talks, A. (2024). How FAIR is Bioarchaeological Data: with a particular emphasis on making archaeological science data Reusable.

Brown, J., & Lewis, G. (2024). Inferring shellfishing seasonality from the isotopic composition of biogenic carbonate: A Bayesian approach.


Geitlinger, T. (2024). Similarity Network Fusion: Understanding Patterns and their Spatial Significance in Archaeological Datasets.

Deicke, A. (2024). Spaces of funeral meaning. Modelling socio-spatial relations in burial contexts.

Banning, E. B., Steven Edwards, & Isaac Ullah. (2024). Survey Planning, Allocation, Costing and Evaluation (SPACE) Project: Developing a Tool to Help Archaeologists Conduct More Effective Surveys.

Gampe, S., & Tolle, K. (2024). Creating an Additional Class Layer with Machine Learning to counter Overfitting in an Unbalanced Ancient Coin Dataset.

Alef, Y., & Shafriri, Y. (2024). Cultural Significance Assessment of Archaeological Sites for Heritage Management: From Text of Spatial Networks of Meanings.

Lacombe, E., Lukas, D., & Durost, S. (2024). The transformation of an archaeological community and its resulting representations in the context of the co-development of open Archaeological Information Systems.

Di Palma Francesca, Gabrielli Roberto, Merola Pasquale, Miccoli Ilaria, & Scardozzi Giuseppe. (2024). Study and enhancement of the heritage value of a fortified settlement along the Limes Arabicus. Umm ar-Rasas (Amman, Jordan) between remote sensing analysis, photogrammetry and laser scanner surveys.

Potenziani, M., Ponchio, F., Callieri, M., & Cignoni, P. (2024). ARIADNEplus Visual Media Service 3D configurator: toward full guided publication of high-resolution 3D data.

Antonis G. Dimitriou, Stella Papadopoulou, Maria Dermenoudi, Angeliki Moneda, Vasiliki Drakaki, Andreana Malama, Alexandros Filotheou, Aristidis Raptopoulos Chatzistefanou, Anastasios Tzitzis, Spyros Megalou, Stavroula Siachalou, Aggelos Bletsas, Traianos Yioultsis, Anna Maria Velentza, Sofia Pliasa, Nikolaos Fachantidis, Evangelia Tsagkaraki, Dimitrios Karolidis, Charalampos Tsoungaris, … Angeliki Koukouvou. (2023). Exploiting RFID Technology and Robotics in the Museum.

Kayeleigh Sharp, Brooklyn Christofis, Upesh Nepal, Hossein Eslamiat, & Carlos Osores Mendives. (2024). Machine Learning for UAV and Ground-Captured Imagery: Toward Standard Practices.

Wilcox, W. (2024). Mobility and the reuse of Roman Roads for the deposition of Viking Age silver hoards in North West England.

Chrisowalandis Deligio, Karsten Tolle, & David Wigg-Wolf. (2024). Supporting the analysis of a large coin hoard with AI-based methods.