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"Artefacts" is a book by Mike Bartlett.

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Google previewSecurity and Dependability for Ambient Intelligence (2009)

by George Spanoudakis, Spyros Kokolakis

The main reason for having different modelling artefacts is that they correspond to different abstraction levels and serve different purposes. Consequently, the representation of S&D Solutions in SERENITY is supported by three main ar- tefacts, ...

Google previewEuropean Weapons and Armour (2012)

From the Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution by Ewart Oakeshott

artefacts is a silver altarpiece in Pistoia Cathedral, completed in 1376, which shows the two types (Fig. 34). From other sources we gather that the celata was like a bascinet with FIGURE 34 Representation offigures on a silver altarpiece, c.

Google previewCase Study Research Methods (2010)

by Bill Gillham

Physical Artefacts “Physical artefacts is a rather clumsy term referring to anything that is made; and in variants of case studies this kind of evidence may be the most important of all. But even in case studies where this is not primary ( and ...

Google previewThe Zombie Renaissance in Popular Culture (2014)

by L. Hubner, M. Leaning, P. Manning

It will first consider the suggestion that the recent proliferation of zombie cultural artefacts is a product of the post 9/11 'cultural consciousness' or whether we need to look beyond the properties of particular zombie texts to the wider cultural ...

Google previewX-Radiography of Textiles, Dress and Related Objects (2007)

by Sonia O'Connor, Mary Brooks

The way that textiles are used as part of the con- struction of ethnographic artefacts means that radiography is a particularly useful tool. Woven textiles are commonly used in a functional and aesthetic manner, for example as coverings to hide ...

Google previewHCI Models, Theories, and Frameworks (2003)

Toward a Multidisciplinary Science by John M. Carroll

Thus, the theory that informs the design of these artefacts is a theory of human-human interaction. Previous theories of language ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Business Analytics and Optimization (2014)

by Wang, John

In a traditional archaeological inquiry excavation pre-dates classification of artefacts, as we shall see below, in a virtual excavation the order of these two activities is reversed as the online infrastructure that forms the basis for a virtual ...

Google previewThe Visual Dictionary of Photography (2009)

by David Prakel

Artefacts are unwanted effects created by some photographic processes. Compression and sharpening may produce artefacts. Sharpening is achieved by increasing local edge contrast. Carry this too far and a ghost black line will appear on ...

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of the History of Technology (2002)

by Ian McNeil

Thesilver artefacts in the Cycladian tombs, therefore, which appearto havebeen made from virgin metal and almost immediately interred,have isotope abundance ratios which make it possible to identifyvery precisely thelead mines from which ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Media and Communication (2011)

by Daniel Chandler, Rod Munday

The *everyday life and/or arts and *artefacts of 'the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Caves and Karst Science (2004)

by John Gunn

The Copena culture of northern Alabama and Georgia used caves to inter individuals with elaborate burial items, including artefacts made of imported copper, galena, mica, marine shell, and steatite (Beck, 1995). Vertical shafts or pit caves, ...

Google previewMacmillan Dictionary of Archaeology (1983)

by Ruth Whitehouse

LEVALLOISIAN, MOUSTERIAN and Upper PALAEOLITHIC artefacts are found in Devensian deposits. In addition, bones of HOMO SAPIENS have been found in Devensian cave sediments. Deverel-Rimbury. Middle to Late Bronze Age culture ...

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The value of this 9-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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