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Title: Interpretation of some artifacts as special simulation tools and environments
Authors: Anopriyenko, A.A.
Анопрієнко, Олександр Якович
Аноприенко, Александр Яковлевич
Keywords: archaeosimulation
special simulation tools
"stone computers"
EARLIEST KNOWN SIMULATION TOOL
специальные инструменты моделирования
"каменный компьютер"
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: European Simulation Multiconference ESM'97
Citation: Anopriyenko, A. Interpretation of some artifacts as special simulation tools and environments / A.Anopriyenko // “Short Papers Proceedings of the 1997 European Simulation Multiconference ESM'97. Istanbul, June 1-4, 1997". – Istanbul : SCS, 1997. - P. 23-26.
Abstract: Simulation plays the essentially more significant role in the human history and culture than it is usually assumed. On some examples it can be demonstrated that modern computational simulation has ancient prototypes and some artefacts can be interpreted as special simulation tools and environments. As typical examples of ancient simulation tools the “life/world tree” on mammoth bone and megalithical “models of the world” are presented. These artefacts were interpreted earlier as calendars, observatories or “ancient computers”. The proposed hypothesis considers the following interpretation as the most exact and appropriate: “special computational simulation tools and environments with real-time functions (calendar) and real-world interface (observatory)”.
URI: http://ea.donntu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/3535
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