A method of 3D visualisation of archaeological sites combining
3D spatial representation of particular excavation units with
complex symbolic representation of the sites based on the Harris
Matrix model is presented.
The 3D representation provides information
about geographic and geometric properties of the units, while the
matrix representation reveals temporal relationships between the
units and layers.Dynamic creation of the 3D models provides a high
level of flexibility allowing users to freely select data and adjust
the method of visualisation.
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