Researcher interests: Mathematical Methods and Computer Applications for the Analysis of Archaeological Artifacts, with Focusing on Morphological Classification and Typology
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Humanities
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Selected Publications

blandine bril, Avshalom Karasik, valentine roux
weak ties and expertise crossing technological boundaries (2018)| Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory| Read more
eric olson, Avshalom Karasik, neil smith, smilansky, tejaswini narayanan, thomas levy
the pottery informatics query database a new method for mathematic and quantitative analyses of large regional ceramic datasets (2014)| Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory| Read more
Leore Grosman, itay zandbank, joe uziel, Avshalom Karasik, nahshon szanton, smilansky, zvi greenhut
documentation and analyses on the national scale at the israel antiquities authority the story of one broken sherd (2014)| Near Eastern Archaeology| Read more
Leore Grosman, Avshalom Karasik, Ortal Harush, smilansky
archaeology in three dimensions computer based methods in archaeological research (2014)| Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies| Read more
Avshalom Karasik, oded lipschits, omer sergi, yuval gadot
the royal judahite storage jar a computer generated typology and its archaeological and historical implications (2012)| Tel Aviv| Read more
Avshalom Karasik, smilansky
computerized morphological classification of ceramics (2011)| Journal of Archaeological Science| Read more
a complete automatic procedure for pottery documentation and analysis (2010)| 2010 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition - Workshops| Read more
adanbayewitz, asaro, giauque, Avshalom Karasik, lavidor, smilansky
differentiation of ceramic chemical element composition and vessel morphology at a pottery production center in roman galilee (2009)| Journal of Archaeological Science| Read more
3d scanning technology as a standard archaeological tool for pottery analysis practice and theory ()| Journal of Archaeological Science| Read more

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