A Maya predictive model
A study on the use of Geographic Information Systems in a multi-scale archaeological project
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X. Annexes

Annexe 1: abstract

Annexe 2: addendum: online tables for calculation and analysis

Annexe 3: list of illustrations and legal mentions

Annexe 4: references

Annexe 5: localisation of the local and regional areas

Annexe 6: masks used at the local scale

Annexe 7: local map of drainage

Annexe 8: local map of fertility

Annexe 9: local map of slope

Annexe 10: map of the buffers of the distance to rivers (2004)

Annexe 11: map of the buffers of the distance to rivers (BERDS)

Annexe 12: ratios calculated before reclassification

Annexe 13: training done with the mask and the sites of the transects

Annexe 14: weights for the rivers, sites of the transects with local mask

Annexe 15: test of conditional independence (local)

Annexe 16: map of the local predictive model (first version)

Annexe 17: map of the local predictive model of 2004

Annexe 18: population model tables (first version)

Annexe 19: map of reclassification of probabilities (first version)

Annexe 20: propagation model of sites (first version)

Annexe 21: weights and probabilities at the local scale (second version)

Annexe 22: reclassified probabilities (second version)

Annexe 23: aerial view of land use

Annexe 24: propagation model of sites (second version)

Annexe 25: regional maps of drainage and fertility

Annexe 26: milpa cycle

Annexe 27: calculation of the area needed for corn production

Annexe 28: scénarios répondant aux besoins of la population

Annexe 29: land use on the study area

Annexe 30: representation of the population density

abstract / résumé

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