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    • GCH 2016: Frontmatter 

      Chiara Eva Catalano; Livio De Luca (Eurographics Association, 2016)
    • GCH 2019: Frontmatter 

      Rizvic, Selma; Rodriguez Echavarria, Karina (Eurographics Association, 2019)
    • Generation of High-Resolution Mosaic for Photo-Realistic Texture-Mapping of Cultural Heritage 3D Models 

      Remondino, Fabio; Niederoest, Jana (The Eurographics Association, 2004)
      The work investigates the problem of how information contained in different overlapping images of a scene can be combined to produce larger images of higher quality. The resulted images can be used for different applications ...
    • Generative Parametric Design of Gothic Window Tracery 

      Havemann, Sven; Fellner, Dieter W. (The Eurographics Association, 2004)
      Gothic architecture, and especially window tracery, exhibits quite complex geometric shape configurations. But this complexity is achieved by combining only a few basic geometric patterns. We present some principles of ...
    • Genuine Archaeology and Real Computer Graphics 

      Brown, Duncan (The Eurographics Association, 2003)
      There are many places where archaeology and computer graphics meet, but perhaps it is time we identified where they really fit together. It may also be useful to follow this up with a consideration of how, since the ...
    • Geographical Presentation of Virtual Museum Exhibitions 

      Stawniak, Miroslaw; Walczak, Krzysztof (The Eurographics Association, 2006)
      In this paper we present a system, called GeoARCO, which enables presentation of virtual museum exhibitions in a geographical context. The system is partially based on the results of the European project ARCO Augmented ...
    • Geometric Analysis in Cultural Heritage 

      Pintus, Ruggero; Pal, Kazim; Yang, Ying; Weyrich, Tim; Gobbetti, Enrico; Rushmeier, Holly (The Eurographics Association, 2014)
      We present a review of recent techniques for performing geometric analysis in cultural heritage applications, targeting the broad community of researchers and practitioners in cultural heritage computing. The problems ...
    • Geometric Morphometrics for Provenance Determination of Gallo-Roman White Clay Figurines 

      Bourdeu, Alexandre; Pitzalis, Denis (The Eurographics Association, 2010)
      Hundreds of Gallo-Roman white clay figurines coming from the center of France and available in the French museums have been digitized by the Centre de Recherche et de Restauration des Musées de France using threedimensional ...
    • Geometry to Web - Jaen's Cathedral 

      Tirado, Gregorio Soria; Alvarado, Lidia Ortega; Higaruela, Francisco R. Feito (IEEE, 2015)
      In this paper we describe the methodology carried out in the Cathedral of Jaén (Spain) during the scanning, processing of the resulting point clouds and the post-processing into a three-dimensional model. The virtual ...
    • GigaMesh and Gilgamesh 3D Multiscale Integral Invariant Cuneiform Character Extraction 

      Mara, Hubert; Krömker, Susanne; Jakob, Stefan; Breuckmann, Bernd (The Eurographics Association, 2010)
      As assyriologists have to handle tremendous amounts of important documents of ancient history written in cuneiform script, like the epic of Gilgamesh, we are developing an efficent system to support their daily tasks. ...
    • GIS Applications for Environmental Archaeology and Historical Ecology - Problems and Potentialities. The Case Study of Punta Mesco (Cinque Terre National Park - Italy) 

      Gabellieri, Nicola; Panetta, Alessandro; Pescini, Valentina (IEEE, 2015)
      Research in environmental archaeology and historical ecology provides valuable information about past vegetation and its activation related to past societies activities. Different tools are use in order to better describe ...
    • GIS Intelligence for a Cutting-edge Management of 3D Cities 

      Baratin, Laura; Bertozzi, Sara; Moretti, Elvio (IEEE, 2015)
      Urbino, a city whose historic centre was declared to be part of the UNESCO World Heritage, serves as a case history for the application of innovative research methodologies based on GIS applications in urban contexts. ...
    • GIS-Based Mapping of Archaeological Sites with Low-Altitude Aerial Photography and Structure from Motion - a Case Study from Southern Jordan 

      Howland, Matthew; Liss, Brady; Najjar, Mohammad; Levy, Thomas (IEEE, 2015)
      Structure from Motion (SfM) is one of the trendiest techniques in archaeology today. Archaeologists across the world are increasingly applying techniques of digital photogrammetry to record archaeological sites in ...
    • Global Consistency in the Automatic Assembly of Fragmented Artefacts 

      Castañeda, Antonio García; Brown, Benedict; Rusinkiewicz, Szymon; Funkhouser, Thomas; Weyrich, Tim (The Eurographics Association, 2011)
      Automatic reconstruction of fragmented objects is of great interest in archaeology, where artefacts are often found in a fractured state. In this paper, we focus on the problem of automatically agglomerating clusters of ...
    • Global refinement of image-to-geometry registration for color projection on 3D models 

      Dellepiane, Matteo; Scopigno, Roberto (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      The management, processing and visualization of color information is a critical subject in the context of the acquisition and visualization of real objects. Especially in the context of Cultural Heritage, artifacts are so ...
    • Gloss Calibration and Gloss Gamut Mapping for Material Appearance Reproduction of Paintings 

      Elkhuizen, Willemijn S.; Essers, Tessa T. W.; Song, Yu; Pont, Sylvia C.; Geraedts, Jo M. P.; Dik, Joris (The Eurographics Association, 2018)
      Being able to link captured material characteristics and fabricable material appearance attributes is important for creating life-like reproductions. In this paper we propose a method for gloss calibration, and an approach ...
    • GNSS role in planning and conductance of terrain archaeological survey: technical aspects and methodology 

      Stamenov, Stefan; Naydenova, Vanya (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      The purpose of the present paper is to present the technical aspects and the methodological framework of applying non-destructive methods and technologies for planning and conductance of terrain archaeological survey. The ...
    • GPU Spectral Viewer: Analysing Paintings from a Colorimetric Perspective 

      Colantoni, Philippe; Pitzalis, Denis; Pillay, Ruven; Aitken, Genevieve (The Eurographics Association, 2007)
      Over the last fifteen years, multipsectral imaging has gained in importance and interest, especially in the field of Cultural Heritage, art investigation and conservation. Extending the concept of scientific imagery such ...
    • Granitic Recumbent Statue Reproduction by a Seven Axes Robotic Milling Machine 

      Barreau, Jean-Baptiste; Jouneau, Joëlle; Mérelle, Johnny; Maillard, Loïc; Bernard, Yann; Quesnel, Laurent (The Eurographics Association, 2018)
      Facing the sea, the rocks sculpted by the "Abbé Fouré" at the "Pointe du Christ" and the "Pointe de la Haie" in Rothéneuf (Brittany, France) attract many visitors. Winds, rains and sea spray erode each day a little more ...
    • GRAVITATE: Geometric and Semantic Matching for Cultural Heritage Artefacts 

      Phillips, Stephen C.; Walland, Paul W.; Modafferi, Stefano; Dorst, Leo; Spagnuolo, Michela; Catalano, Chiara Eva; Oldman, Dominic; Tal, Ayellet; Shimshoni, Ilan; Hermon, Sorin (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
      The GRAVITATE project is developing techniques that bring together geometric and semantic data analysis to provide a new and more effective method of re-associating, reassembling or reunifying cultural objects that have ...