2 And 3 Dimensional Modelling Of The Spatial Relationships Among Fortresses In The Yazilikaya-Midas Valley
: In recent years two and three dimensional modeling studies have found large application areas with the use of digital maps. With these applications of the archaeological areas are being analyzed more effectively and reliably. As a result of surveys and archaeological excavations, the development of human societies, settlement areas and features as economical structures are being modeled in digital media and they can be evaluated more quickly and economically by means of the interactive database analyses. In this study, positional relationships of the fortresses in the Yazılıkaya Midas Valley, are examined and interpreted with two and three dimensional digital platforms
Volume (Year): 12 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
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