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From Deposit to Point Cloud – a Study of Low-Cost Computer Vision Approaches for the Straightforward Documentation of Archaeological Excavations
Stratigraphic archaeological excavations demand high-resolution documentation techniques for 3D recording. Today, this is typically accomplished using total stations or terrestrial laser scanners.Expand
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Notes on the Geology and Mineral Resources of the Mtito Andei-Taita Area (Southern Kenya)
The Mtito Andei-Taita area in southern Kenya is situated within the Mozam­ bique Belt, a major Proterozoic structural/metamorphic unit extending more than 5000 kms along the eastern coast of Africa.Expand
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To be able to fully reconstruct the part of the site destroyed by excavating, the surfaces of the excavated deposits have to be fully documented in 3D (“single surface planning”). During recent yearsExpand
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The Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project
Over the centuries many archaeologists have investigated the site of Stonehenge and we now know a great deal about the phasing and nature of the site. However, the area around the henge, whileExpand
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From Sites to Landscapes: How Computing Technology Is Shaping Archaeological Practice
Remote sensing, powerful computing engines, and agent-based models offer new ways to interpret data and broaden data collection, moving archaeologists closer to their ultimate goal of approximatingExpand
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GIS in archaeology—the interface between prospection and excavation
Archaeological prospection and excavation have the same research objective, namely, the study of the material culture of humans. They investigate the archaeological record but are based on differentExpand
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Georadar in the Roman civil town Carnuntum, Austria: an approach for archaeological interpretation of GPR data
The case study presented is a prime example of integrated geophysical–archaeological prospection. The aerial photographs available are complemented by non-destructive geomagnetic and geoelectricExpand
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The aim of the Scanning of the Pyramids Project 2004 was to apply and test latest state-of-the-art terrestrial laser scanners combined with a calibrated digital camera for high accuracy, highExpand
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Images of the invisible-prospection methods for the documentation of threatened archaeological sites
Abstract. To understand the development of prehistoric cultural and economic activities, archaeologists try to obtain as much relevant information as possible. For this purpose, large numbers ofExpand
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The late Nordic Iron Age and Viking Age royal burial site of Borre in Norway: ALS- and GPR-based landscape reconstruction and harbour location at an uplifting coastal area
Abstract The Nordic Iron Age and Viking Age royal burial site of Borre on the western coast of the Oslofjord in Norway is an exceptional archaeological site in Northern Europe. The burial mounds,Expand
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