Contents - 6 Preface - 8 1. Archaeological prediction and risk management - 10 2. The future of archaeological predictive modelling5 - 20 3. On costs and benefits in archaeological prospection - 28 4. The high price or the first prize for the archaeological predictive model - 34 5. Archaeology as a risk in spatial planning: manoeuvring between objectivity and subjectivity - 42 6. Archaeological predictions contested: the role of the Dutch Indicative Map of Archaeological Values (IKAW) in local planning procedures - 50 7. Testing archaeological predictive models: a rough guide - 64 8. Predictive models put to the test - 72 9. Dealing with uncertainty in archaeological prediction - 124
Martijn van Leusen is researcher and assistant professor at the Archeological Institute of the University of Groningen.|Hans Kamermans is Head of the Centre for IT Expertise and associate professor at the Faculty of Archaeology at Leiden University.|Philip Verhagen is researcher at VU University Amsterdam.
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