Internet Archaeology is pleased to announce the publication of
"Predictive Modelling and Time: An Experiment in Temporal
Archaeological Predictive Models" by David Ebert in issue 20.
Using case-studies in Winnipeg and Manitoba, the article introduces and
tests a simple methodology for the implementation of temporal modelling.
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