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C. Popa, O. Nakoinz, A Plead for (non-mathematical) Reasoning. Rethinking the use of computational me- thods in archaeology. CAA 2016 - Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Oslo, April 2016

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C. Popa, O. Nakoinz, A Plead for (non-mathematical) Reasoning. Rethinking the use of computational me- thods in archaeology. CAA 2016 - Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Oslo, April 2016
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  A plead for non-mathematical reasoning incomputational archaeology Rethinking the use of computational methods in archaeologyCătălin Popa / Oliver NakoinzMarch 27, 2016IntroductionThe ProblemSolutionsSummary  A plead for non-mathematical reasoning in computational archaeology Cătălin Popa / Oliver Nakoinz Approaches of empirical research structured dataindividual datanoise quantitative approaches (science tradition)hermeneutic approaches (humanities tradition)no analytical approachesdepends on theory Introduction 2 / 20  A plead for non-mathematical reasoning in computational archaeology Cătălin Popa / Oliver Nakoinz Theories Definition 1 A  theory   is an abstract concept of the relationship of facts. high level theories    real world academic model  middle range theories low level theories  meta theories Introduction 3 / 20  A plead for non-mathematical reasoning in computational archaeology Cătălin Popa / Oliver Nakoinz Theories Type a ▶  Meta theories ▶ philosophy ▶ research strategies ▶ epistemology ▶ … ▶  Low level theories ▶ mathematics ▶ database development ▶ logic ▶ theory of cluster analysis ▶ … Type b ▶  High level theories ▶ social theories ▶ human behaviour and cognitiontheories ▶ chronological systems ▶ … ▶  Middle range theories ▶ formation processes ▶ source criticism ▶ theory of typology ▶ … Introduction 4 / 20  A plead for non-mathematical reasoning in computational archaeology Cătălin Popa / Oliver Nakoinz Research process putting a questionacquiring dataapplying a methodgiving an answer The Problem 5 / 20
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