publication . Conference object . Other literature type . 2012

TIPOM 2011: l'archeologia del software in archeologia

Costa, Stefano; Bianconi, Luca; Starnini, Elisabetta;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2012
Abstract
Typometry is a methodology for the dimensional analysis of chipped stone artefacts (blanks), that was developed in the 1960s by B. Bagolini. The basic assumption behind typometry is that physical dimensions like length, width and thickness of such artefacts can give us an insight of their technology, chronology and the culture which produced them; moreover, by processing large amounts of such measurements the researcher will be able to group finds in discrete categories. Typometry was done by hand on paper until the 1980s, when a software program called TIPOM was written to automate the plotting and reporting in DOS environment. This software was written in BASI...
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