Experiential Scene Archaic exploration: displaying organized scene points of view through geospatial innovations and Hig.


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existing belief systems and strategies used to investigate scene paleontology ... Assess the utilization of organized files to bolster an experiential scene paleohistory to: ...
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L. Jesse Rouse Dept of Geology and Geography West Virginia University Committee: Trevor Harris, Chair Gary Lock Ken Martis Jennifer Miller Briane Turley Experiential Landscape Archeology: demonstrating organized scene points of view through geospatial advances and Higuchi-style files

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Directions and thoughts Space to place Phenomenology GIS exogenous Experience Higuchi (Harris, LaKose and Rouse, 2005) Formalizing the structure of experience 2

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Landscape Archeology Cultural Landscapes Landscape ponders/histories Landscape Archeology in the UK Spatial Science and Positivist Archeology Post-positivist backfire GIS and Landscape Archeology Phenomenology 3

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Tilley\'s Experience of Landscape Tilley (1994) Phenomenology of Landscape connection between the individual and the scene Based on the Phenomenology of Heidegger Filtered through Tuan Personal, visual viewpoint of the scene 4

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Evolution of phenomenology Critique of phenomenology in LA Difficult to catch individual experience Lack of replicability Individualistic Phenomenological approaches Husserl - lebensweldt or "lifeworld" Heiddeger - dasein or "being on the planet" Merleau-Ponty Tilley (2004) The Materiality of Stone 5

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Geospatial Technologies Spatial Science GIS and Archeology 1990s Mapping, recording, prescient displaying Geographic Information Science GIS educated by hypothesis Social scrutinize Integrating new sorts of information and representation 6

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Sensual GIS Gillings and Goodrick (1996) took a gander at moving GIS past the level 2D map Make the experience intuitive Take full preferred standpoint of the faculties Sight, sound, touch, and smell Primarily in light of the representation of data Visual can assume an essential part in displaying 7

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Holistic scene appraisal taking into account human physiology and psycho-physical approach how individuals see and view scenes viewshed components in view of human physiology and scene feel Tadahiko Higuchi Optimum Angle of rise Optimum Angle of dejection 8

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Traditional observable pathway viewshed investigation 0-2m 2-5m 15-150m 150-1km >1km 20% 40% 10% 20% Time spent on review separations Hull and Stewart (1995) 9

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Nine files: Line of sight Depth of imperceptibility Distance zones Angle of rate Angle of sorrow Angle of Elevation Light Depth and surface inclination Temporal Composite file H i - Higuchi Indices Higuchi, 1986 10

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Example Higuchi examination Laura LaKose, 2004 Utilized thoughts from Higuchi to consider the scene engineering of a country territory in WV Focus is on the effect of a current force plant on the scene Modeled Higuchi lists utilizing COTS programming 11

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GAP LULC 30-meter Landsat - 26 classifications SSURGO GIS model vegetation 10m DEM

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Intervisibility Depth and Texture Short Distance Viewshed Light examination Mid-Distance Viewshed Depth of intangibility Long Distance Viewshed Angle of misery

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Composite Analysis Reds – poor viewshed qualities Beige – viewshed quality Green – great to remarkable scene quality

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Converging thoughts Phenomenological way to deal with scene antiquarianism GIS and scene archaelogy Physical and physiological point of view caught through Higuchi files Linking thoughts and data so as to consider ancient social scenes 15

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Dissertation Goal To build up an organized experiential and phenomenological way to deal with ancient scenes through the linkage of Higuchi and archeological lists using geospatial innovations. 16

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Objective 1 Review the writing on: existing philosophies and techniques used to investigate scene archaic exploration geospatial innovations in prehistoric studies, particularly at the scene scale phenomenology in paleohistory, and Higuchi viewsheds. 17

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Objective 2 Develop the applied model to connection phenomenology, geospatial advancements and scene paleohistory: Adapt, change, and add to Higuchi\'s nine viewshed records to make an archeological model to bolster an organized experiential way to deal with ancient scenes Insert archeological particular files taking into account taskscapes, resourcescapes, and symbology, and attach phenomenological exploration to the spatial structures of Geography and scene paleontology. 18

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Objective 3 Develop GIS-bolstered Higuchi-based files to think about ancient scenes by: inserting existing Higuchi files inside GIS to exploit geospatial advancements setting up archeological files that mixes spatial evaluation with understandings of ancient beneficial experience, and coupling the GIS model results with individual and master experience to decipher a given scene that connections egocentric and geocentric scene points of view. 19

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Objective 4 Implement the created records through a contextual investigation in light of an archeological scene by: Utilizing archeological and physiologically determined data Conducting field visit(s) to test the "fit" of the model got through actualizing the lists in a GIS, and Assessing how quantitative files vary from master/individual experience. 20

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Objective 5 Evaluate the utilization of organized lists to bolster an experiential scene archaic exploration to: comprehend the part and significance of visual and experiential types of translation in view of bits of knowledge picked up from contextual investigations, decide how well the records bolster a phenomenological way to deal with comprehension past social scenes, decide future examination boulevards for organized lists in ancient archeological scene examination. 21

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Methods Build on psychological, physiological and physical scene Generalize visual scene qualities GIS information investigation Dynamic elements - crest, mists, fog, smoke Link Higuchi to phenomenological approach An organized scene examination 22

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H a - prehistoric studies records Resourcescapes (Trufkovic, ND) Taskscapes (Ingold, 1993) Sustenance Shelter Community Travel/development Sacred space 23

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H ai – improved lists Blend human physiology and society to better comprehend human association with scene Viewshed Perception Biological need Cultural cooperation Cosmology 24

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Index viewpoints Egocentric point of view (H i ) Based on the experience of now Takes into record memory to bolster the translation of flow area Personal point of view Requires an individual affair of the ebb and flow area just Geocentric viewpoint (H a ) Based on memory/learning Builds past momentum area by using learning of range past ebb and flow perspective to connection view with the bigger scene Model viewpoint Requires an individual ordeal of the area and a comprehension past the ebb and flow view H ai 25

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Existing endeavors have concentrated on the egocentric Building a mutual ordeal of the scene Structured methodology Phenomenology, Higucghi, and GIS 26

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H ai – proposed lists Line of sight Depth of intangibility Distance zones Angle of frequency, discouragement, and rise Light Depth and surface slope Distance to water Food obtaining Material procurement Natural safe house 27

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\'Scapes to be filed 28

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Expected discoveries Build on existing endeavors to incorporate Higuchi into a GIS domain Adapt Higuchi lists and construct extra lists to better catch social scenes Merger of phenomenological encounters of scene with organized files and GIS 30

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Timeline One year venture span Dec – Feb Literature audit and information securing Feb – March Create nitty gritty lists and plan field visits March – July Field visits and information catch Jan – Nov Chapters as significant work is finished Revisions and altering as vital 31

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