Andrea Del Mastio

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Camera identification is a well known problem in image forensics, addressing the issue to identify the camera a digital image has been shot by. In this paper, we pose our attention to the task of clustering images, belonging to a heterogenous set, in groups coming from the same camera and of doing this in a blind manner; this means that side information(More)
One of the principal problems in image forensics is determining if a particular image is authentic or not and, if manipulated, to localize which parts have been altered. In fact, localization is basic within the process of image examination because it permits to link the modified zone with the corresponding image area and, above all, with the meaning of it.(More)
In art diagnostics it is often needed to compare and integrate different sets of information, coming from different sources, and stored in different images. In order to successfully integrate these data, images corresponding to the same areas need to be registered, that is a geometrical transformation that aligns points in one picture with corresponding(More)
In the last decade, 3D active sensors, like laser scanners or structured light systems, have been used for both documentation and analysis of historical and archaeological finds. Although remarkable results have been obtained, the high cost of the 3D sensors and of the processing software required has been a limiting factor for an extensive application of(More)
Recently, thanks to the diffusion of scanning devices and the availability of powerful 3D modelling software, as well as to the improvements in the automation of the image-based modelling approach, 3D models are more and more considered in several research fields, such as inspection, navigation, object identification, visualisation and animation, and(More)
In Cultural Heritage applications, as often in the medical field, diagnoses have to be accomplished by comparing data obtained with different techniques and sensors. However, the acquired data are often misaligned and in order to exactly superimpose them, they need to be correctly registered among each other. In this contribution we present an automatic(More)
In the last few years, the cultural heritage field has posed its attention over image processing techniques, in particular for the diagnostic of art works. Many different images of the same painting are taken, in different parts of the light spectrum; these different images have to be fused together, to get an augmented image showing much more details and(More)
SMARTVINO project is devoted to the study and implementation of innovative services able to convey information related to wine and its traceability to costumers and consumers. The basic idea is to realize a simple and user-friendly tool, addressed to all kind of users and therefore immediately effective for everyone. SMARTVINO system allows users to take a(More)
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