On 19-23 April 2018 the 46th Annual Conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA 2018): Human History and Digital Future will be held in Tübingen, Germany. Further information is available at Papers and posters of interest to Nestor readers will include:
K. Paxton-Fear, “A Computational Decipherment of Linear B”
A. Tzouganatou, S. McKinney, and S. Perry, “Chatbots for museums and heritage sites: all hype or promising strategy? A case study in building ChatÇat, a ‘bot of conviction’ for Çatalhöyük”
P. Cuthbertson and P. Tsakanikou, “Challenges in Palaeolithic Spatial Analysis: Two Eurasian Case Studies”
D. Nenova, “Space, typology and mobility: using multivariate clustering technique to explore spatial patterning in prehistoric Thrace”
N. Kecheva, T. Branzov, and L. Nedyalkov, “No more endless nights filling in attributes - a web and a mobile app for GIS-based field surveys in Bulgaria”
M. Polig, S. Hermon, S. Jusseret, J. Driessen, G. Sorrentino, A. Kanta, and J. Bretschneider, “Virtual Experimentation - Reasoning on the original appearance and use of a bronze implement from Pyla-Kokkinokremos (Cyprus) with high-resolution 3D models”
V. Tsoumari, “The trade routes of the Mycenaean Messenia”

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