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The Cultural Landscape and Heritage Paradox
In this paper the authors present an overview of their research on improving predictive modelling into true risk assessment tools. Predictive modelling as it is used in archaeological heritage management today is often considered to be a rather crude way of predicting the distribution of archaeological remains. This is partly because of its lack of consideration of archaeological theory but also because of a neglect of the effect of the quality of archaeological data sets on the models.doi:10.1017/9789048510962.028 fatcat:gpm7ibzbyrcb3avdenazp6zbfi