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On 04/06/2013 10:49, Claire Millington wrote:
> I won't be able to come to this, but the methodology sounds interesting
> as I'm looking at something else involving ancient social communications
> and sites/landscape. Will it be possible to see the paper/webinar/other
> recording of this session?
> On Tue, Jun 4, 2013 at 2:47 PM, Simon Mahony <[log in to unmask]
> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
> The first of this Summer's Digital Classicist & Institute of
> Classical Studies seminars is this Friday.
> Tom Brughmans (University of Southampton)
> 'Exploring visibility networks in Iron Age and Roman Southern Spain
> with Exponential Random Graph Models'
> Friday June 7 at 16:30
> Room G37, Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU
> Are lines of sight between Roman towns important for explaining
> their location? Through a case study on visibility patterns between
> urban settlements in Iron Age and Roman Southern Spain, this paper
> will discuss how Exponential Random Graph Models (ERGM) can help
> explore hypothetical past processes of interaction and site
> location. With these models the frequency of certain subnetworks in
> random networks and the empirically attested network is compared, to
> examine the probability that the subnetworks might have emerged
> through random processes. This paper will critically evaluate the
> potential and limitations of such an approach for archaeology.
> The seminar will be followed by wine and refreshments.
> All are welcome
> The full 2013 programme is at
> Simon Mahony
> Teaching Fellow
> Programme Director MA/MSc Digital Humanities
> UCL Centre for Digital Humanities
> Department of Information Studies
> University College London
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