Our latest project paper has just appeared as Open Access in Journal of Archaeological Sciences: Reports, and details methods to compare network reconstruction techniques.
Our second project paper was published today, on testing the robustness of local network metrics. It was published in Frontiers in Digital Humanities, a new Open Access journal that we can recommend for the efficiency of its reviewing and publishing procedures. We would also like to thank Dr. Tom Brughmans, the editor of the special issue on ‘Network Science Approaches for the Study of Past Long-Term Social Processes’ for inviting us to submit.
Following the LAC2014 conference, the first paper coming out of the project on transport network modelling is now available online (and Open Access) in the eTopoi Journal for Ancient Studies: http://journal.topoi.org/index.php/etopoi/article/view/199.