J. Scott Cardinal
CRSP Principal Investigator
M.A., 2011, University at Albany
B.A., 1993, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Research interests include: spatial and quantitative analysis of archaeological assemblages and stratigraphy, inferential data mining, data normalization, computer applications in archaeology, archaeological theory and epistemology, philosophy of social science, social theory, complex systems dynamics, emergence of social and institutional complexity, computational modeling and social simulation, and cultural evolution.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey, PIN 1085.46.101, NY Route 146 over the Normanskill, Town of Guilderland, Albany County, New York, Cultural Resource Survey Program. New York State Museum, Albany, New York., 2021.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey and Site Examination, Addendum, PIN 9056.48.101, NY Route 8 Safety Improvement Project, Lamb’s Corners Precontact Site, USN 01703.000180, Town of Columbus, Chenango County, New York, Cultural Resource Survey Program. New York State Museum, Albany, New York., 2021.
Use, Purpose, and Function—Letting the Artifacts Speak. Heritage 3, 587 - 605. doi:10.3390/heritage3030034, 2020.
Sets, Graphs, and Things We Can See: A Formal Combinatorial Ontology for Empirical Intra-Site Analysis. Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology 2, 56 - 78. doi:10.5334/jcaa.16, 2019.
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