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Isaac I. Ullah, PhD is a computational geo-archaeologist who studies the intersection of complexity theory, archaeology, complex adaptive systems, simulation, and early food production.
The "CompArch" Blog:Posts about Computational Archaeology, Complexity Theory, GIS, Agent Based Modeling, and more...
How can we use the archaeological record to learn about the future?
Failing resilience of a locally-derived erosion control system
My approach to an open-source data collection workflow.
An open-source mobile data collection workflow.