List of publications of the archeoacoustica group
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T. Mattioli, A. Farina, E. Armelloni, Ph. Hameau, M. Díaz-Andreu, 2017.Echoing landscapes: echolocation and the placement of rock art in the Central Mediterranean, Journal of Archaeological Science, 83 (2017), 12-25.
This is an example of the slow motion video processing (IR-Spatial) of the Direction-of-Arrival of sound reflections in Valle d’Idivoro (Puglia), test point 3. The background image is the spherical photo taken by Ricoh Theta M15 Digital Camera. Each impinging wavefront of sound reflections is displayed as azimuth and elevation values (upper left), sound intensity of the three Cartesian components (IX, IY, IZ) (right), the difference between the level of sound intensity (10*log(|I|) and the level of sound density (10*log(D)) (right), and the ratio between Energy Density and Sound Intensity (bottom). Impinging wavefront and sound reflections are displayed as circles having a diameter proportional to the sound intensity modulus |I| and opacity proportional to rE.
T. Mattioli, Díaz-Andreu, 2017. Hearing rock art landscapes: a survey of the acoustical perception in the Sierra de San Serván area in Extremadura (Spain). Time & Mind: the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture, 10, 1, 81-96.
Díaz-Andreu, M., G. García Atiénazar, C. García Benito and T. Mattioli, 2017. Do you hear what I see? Analyzing visibility and audibility through alternative methods in the rock art landscape of the Alicante. Journal of Anthropological Research, 73 (2): 181-213.
Díaz-Andreu, M. and T. Mattioli, 2017. Rock Art, music and acoustics: a world overview. In David, B. and McNiven, I.J. (eds.), Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology and Anthropology of Rock Art. Oxford, Oxford University Press. Online Publication Date:Feb 2017.
Díaz-Andreu, M., and T. Mattioli. 2016. Archaeoacoustics of rock art: quantitative approaches to the acoustics and soundscape of rock art. In S. Campana, R. Scopigno, G. Carpetiero, and T. Cirillo (eds.), CAA 2015. Keep the revolution going. Proceedings of the 43rd Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology: 1049-1058, Oxford: Archaeopress.