Tom Brughmans
Tom Brughmans
Classical Archaeology and Centre for Urban Network Evolutions, Aarhus University
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Thinking through networks: a review of formal network methods in archaeology
T Brughmans
Journal of archaeological method and theory 20 (4), 623-662, 2013
Connecting the dots: towards archaeological network analysis
T Brughmans
Oxford Journal of Archaeology 29 (3), 277-303, 2010
Networks in archaeology: phenomena, abstraction, representation
A Collar, F Coward, T Brughmans, BJ Mills
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 22 (1), 1-32, 2015
The connected past: challenges to network studies in archaeology and history
T Brughmans, A Collar, F Coward
Oxford University Press, 2016
Open science in archaeology
B Marwick, J d’Alpoim Guedes, CM Barton, LA Bates, M Baxter, A Bevan, ...
SAA Archaeological Record 17 (4), 8-14, 2017
Roman bazaar or market economy? Explaining tableware distributions through computational modelling
T Brughmans, J Poblome
Antiquity 90 (350), 393-408, 2016
Understanding inter-settlement visibility in Iron Age and Roman Southern Spain with exponential random graph models for visibility networks
T Brughmans, S Keay, G Earl
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 22 (1), 58-143, 2015
Introducing exponential random graph models for visibility networks
T Brughmans, S Keay, G Earl
Journal of Archaeological Science 49, 442-454, 2014
Networks of networks: a citation network analysis of the adoption, use, and adaptation of formal network techniques in archaeology
T Brughmans
Literary and Linguistic Computing 28 (4), 538-562, 2013
Visibility network patterns and methods for studying visual relational phenomena in archeology
T Brughmans, U Brandes
Frontiers in Digital Humanities 4, 17, 2017
A manifesto for the study of ancient Mediterranean maritime networks
J Leidwanger, C Knappett, P Arnaud, P Arthur, E Blake, C Broodbank, ...
Antiquity+,, 2014
The roots and shoots of archaeological network analysis: a citation analysis and review of the archaeological use of formal network methods
T Brughmans
Archaeological Review from Cambridge 29 (1), 18-41, 2014
The long and winding road: combining least cost paths and network analysis techniques for settlement location analysis and predictive modelling
P Verhagen, T Brughmans, L Nuninger, F Bertoncello
Archaeology in the digital era, 357-366, 2014
Network science
T Brughmans, MA Peeples
The Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences, 1-4, 2018
MERCURY: an agent-based model of tableware trade in the Roman East
T Brughmans, J Poblome
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 19 (1), 3, 2016
Facebooking the past: a critical social network analysis approach for archaeology
T Brughmans
Archaeopress, 2011
Complex networks in archaeology: urban connectivity in Iron Age and Roman southern Spain
T Brughmans, S Keay, G Earl
Leonardo 45 (3), 280-280, 2012
Building personal learning networks through event-based social media: A case study of the SMiLE project
L Harris, G Earl, N Beale, C Phethean, T Brughmans
Formal modelling approaches to complexity science in Roman studies: A manifesto
T Brughmans, J Hanson, M Mandich, I Romanowska, X Rubio-Campillo, ...
Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal 2 (1), 1-19, 2019
Introducing visual neighbourhood configurations for total viewsheds
T Brughmans, M van Garderen, M Gillings
Journal of Archaeological Science 96, 14-25, 2018
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