Image Analysis (Other Keyword)

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Computer Tomography and Automated Image Analysis of Prehistoric Femora (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only D. R. Sumner. B. Mockbee. K. Morse. T. Cram. M. Pitt.

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Incorporating Image Analysis into Ceramic Thin-section Petrography (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Chandra Reedy.

In 2002, our laboratory received a grant from NCPTT to research digital image analysis of petrographic thin sections. Two years previously we published our first paper on the application of image analysis to thin-section studies; the enormous potential of this line of research was apparent, but to fully pursue it would require a period of dedicated time and effort. The NCPTT grant gave us this time, and allowed us to purchase new software packages and upgrade our computer and microscope digital...


Marshland of Cities: Deltaic Landscapes and the Evolution of Early Mesopotamian Civilization (2003)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jennifer Pournelle.

Prevailing theories of the evolution of early complex societies in southern Mesopotamia presume a uniform, arid landscape transited by Tigris and Euphrates distributaries. These theories hold that it was the seventh millennium BCE introduction of irrigation technologies from the northern alluvium to the south that began the punctuated evolution of Mesopotamian irrigation schemes. In this view, irrigation-dependent agro-pastoral production was the primary stimulus to urbanization and, millennia...


Stereological Identification of Opal Phytolith Populations from Wild and Cultivated Zea (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John C. Russ. Irwin Rovner.

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