Gary Lock's recent book (Archaeology and computers(?) Towards virtual pasts (?) (can't recall the exact title off the top of my head, but could find out) 2003) is a very good overview of all archaeology and computing. He does look into this area too, as I recall, briefly, and probably has some useful references in it
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Is anyone on this list working on the use of on-site vertical digital
photography coupled with graphics programs in on-site computers to create
excavation documentation and in particular to replace hand-drawn layer and
feature plans? Are there any published accounts of these recording systems
and their efficiency and reliability ? What about drawbacks?
I would be grateful for any information.
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