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    • A TaLISMAN: Automatic Text and LIne Segmentation of historical MANuscripts 

      Pintus, Ruggero; Yang, Ying; Gobbetti, Enrico; Rushmeier, Holly (The Eurographics Association, 2014)
      Historical and artistic handwritten books are valuable cultural heritage (CH) items, as they provide information about tangible and intangible cultural aspects from the past. Massive digitization projects have made these ...
    • Tangible Interfaces for Digital Museum Applications 

      Pletinckx, Daniel; Capurro, Carlotta; Nollet, Dries (IEEE, 2015)
      Virtex is the acronym for VIRTual EXhibit. It is an innovative approach for museum storytelling, based on a tangible interface. This article illustrates how the Virtex and Virtex Light systems have been integrated in the ...
    • A Technology Cocktail for a 3D Photo-Realistic Model of a I Century Roman Fountain: Range Scanning, RTI and Physically Based Rendering 

      Barbosa, João; Bernardes, Paulo; Almeida, Matheus; Gomes, Pedro; Gonçalves, Ricardo; Proença, Alberto (The Eurographics Association, 2008)
      Archaeology is a science that uses multiple disciplines to ensure the validity of archaeological data and to accurately support theoretical foundations. Archaeology uses computer graphics to create credible virtual ...
    • Telling the Local Story: An Interactive Cultural Presentation System for Community and Regional Settings 

      Pletinckx, Daniel; Jaegher, Lars De; Helsen, Truus; Langen, Iris; Silberman, Neil; Donckt, Marie-Claire Van der; Stobbe, Jan (The Eurographics Association, 2004)
      This paper presents the results of the implementation of prototype culture heritage presentation systems in a village, a small town and a region. These systems focus on cost efficiency, sustainability, local identity and ...
    • Temporal Terrestrial Laser Scanning to Visualize the Archaeological Excavation Process 

      Srour, David; Richter, Ashley; Levy, Thomas; Kuester, Falko (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      Archaeology is a destructive science. Photographs and videos preserve some aspects of the sequence of events inherent within the archaeological excavation process, but cannot replicate the spatiality and detail of the ...
    • Terrestrial Laser Scanner and High-Resolution Camera Registration through Single Image-Based Modeling 

      Aguilera, Diego Gonzalez; Lahoz, Javier Gomez (The Eurographics Association, 2006)
      This paper deals with an important topic: the automatic co-registration of terrestrial laser scanner data and high-resolution digital images. Our approach harnesses the power of a single image-based modeling method developed ...
    • A Texture Based Approach to Reconstruction of Archaeological Finds 

      Sagiroglu, M. S.; Erçil, A. (The Eurographics Association, 2005)
      Reconstruction of archaeological finds from fragments, is a tedious task requiring many hours of work from the archaeologists and restoration personnel. In this paper we present a framework for the full reconstruction of ...
    • Three Modes of a Monument's 3D Virtual Reconstruction - The Case of Yali Tzamisi in Chania, Crete 

      Parthenios, Panagiotis; Petinarelis, Alexandros; Loussa, Sofia; Efraimidou, Nicky (IEEE, 2015)
      The scope of this paper is to highlight the challenges, advantages and disadvantages, as well as solutions to some of the issues that arise during the process of a monument's virtual 3D reconstruction using Structure from ...
    • Tiber Valley Virtual Museum 

      Pietroni, Eva; Forlani, Massimiliano; Rufa, Claudio; Ferdani, Daniele; Palombini, Augusto; Pagano, Alfonsina (IEEE, 2015)
      The Virtual Museum of the Tiber Valley has been conceived in order to increment and disseminate the knowledge, the interest and the affection towards the territory north of Rome.
    • Time-based Database for Creation of Korean Traditional Wooden Building 

      Lee, Jongwook; Lee, Jihyung; Kim, Jae Woo; Kang, Kyung-Kyu; Lee, Man Hee; Goo, Boncheol (IEEE, 2015)
      this paper is designed to define and categorize the architectural components of the Korean traditional buildings on the basis of their time periods. By incorporating the time-based criteria and component relations into the ...
    • Toward a Multimodal Photogrammetric Acquisition and Processing Methodology for Monitoring Conservation and Restoration Studies 

      Pamart, Anthony; Guillon, Odile; Vallet, Jean-Marc; Luca, Livio De (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
      Close-range photogrammetry is nowadays a common technique applied to acquire 3D data on Cultural Heritage (CH) artifacts. Image-based modeling are indeed providing useful resources for the documentation and the conservation ...
    • Towards a Photogrammetry and Virtual Reality Based Heritage Information System: A Case Study of Shawbak Castle in Jordan 

      Drap, Pierre; Durand, Anne; Nedir, Malika; Seinturier, Julien; Papini, Odile; Boucault, Florian; Chapman, Paul; Viant, Warren; Vannini, Guido; Nuccioti, Michele (The Eurographics Association, 2006)
      The paper presents an interdisciplinary project which is the first step towards a 3D Geographical Information System (GIS) dedicated to Cultural Heritage with a specific focus application on the Castle of Shawbak, also ...
    • Towards an Automatic 3D Patterns Classification: the GRAVITATE Use Case 

      Thompson, Elia Moscoso; Biasotti, Silvia; Sorrentino, Giusi; Polig, Martina; Hermon, Sorin (The Eurographics Association, 2018)
      When cataloging archaeological fragments, decorative patterns are an indicator of the stylistic canon an object belongs to. In this paper we address a quantitative classification of the decorative pattern elements that ...
    • Towards Automated 3D Reconstruction of Defective Cultural Heritage Objects 

      Gregor, Robert; Sipiran, Ivan; Papaioannou, Georgios; Schreck, Tobias; Andreadis, Anthousis; Mavridis, Pavlos (The Eurographics Association, 2014)
      Due to recent improvements in 3D acquisition and shape processing technology, the digitization of Cultural Heritage (CH) artifacts is gaining increased application in context of archival and archaeological research. This ...
    • Towards Semi-Automatic Scaling Detection on Flat Stones 

      Muñoz-Pandiella, Imanol; Akoglu, Kiraz; Bosch, Carles; Rushmeier, Holly (The Eurographics Association, 2017)
      In Cultural Heritage projects, it is very important to identify and track weathering effects on monuments in order to design and test conservation strategies. Currently, this mapping is manual work performed by experts ...
    • Towards the Reconstruction of Wide Historical Sites: A Local Graph-based Representation to Resample Gigantic Acquisitions 

      Bletterer, Arnaud; Payan, Frédéric; Antonini, Marc; Meftah, Anis (The Eurographics Association, 2018)
      Nowadays, LiDAR scanners are able to digitize very wide historical sites, leading to point clouds composed of billions of points. These point clouds are able to describe very small objects or elements disseminated in these ...
    • Tracing provenance of lost and found Cypriot Byzantine icons 

      Vassallo, Valentina; Kyriakou, Niki; Hermon, Sorin; Eliades, Ioannis (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      This paper presents an ongoing research on the development of a WebGIS tool, based on a formal knowledge representation, able to trace the spatio-temporal paths of Cypriot Byzantine icons. Many were looted in the past, ...
    • Travelling Through Space and Time in Lisbon's Religious Buildings 

      Gouveia, João; Branco, Fernando; Rodrigues, Armanda; Correia, Nuno (IEEE, 2015)
      Project Lx Conventos aims to study, in a systematic and integrated manner, the impact of the dissolution of religious orders in the dynamics of urban transformation in nineteenth century Lisbon. After the liberal revolution ...
    • Tutbury Castle : Recovering a period site 

      Inman, Laurence; Morris, Phil (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      This paper proposes a method for virtual reconstruction of a ruin in three dimensions, using a number of sources. The case study that accompanies this paper shows an example of the virtual restoration of Tutbury castle in ...
    • Underwater photogrammetry for archaeology and marine biology.40 years of experience in Marseille, France 

      Drap, Pierre; Merad, Djamel; Seinturier, Julien; Mahiddine, Amine; Peloso, Daniela; Boi, Jean-Marc; Long, Luc; Garrabou, Joaquim (The Eurographics Association, 2013)
      Since 1973 archeology and computer science have developed close ties in Marseille. Two departments (computer science and archaeology) from the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Marseille started ...