A Multi-Resolution Methodology for the 3D Modeling of Large and Complex Archeological Areas

@article{Guidi2009AMM,
  title={A Multi-Resolution Methodology for the 3D Modeling of Large and Complex Archeological Areas},
  author={Gabriele Guidi and Michele Russo and Sebastiano Ercoli and Fabio Remondino and Alessandro Rizzi and Fabio Menna},
  journal={International Journal of Architectural Computing},
  year={2009},
  volume={7},
  pages={39 - 55}
}
This article reports on a multi-resolution and multi-sensor approach developed for the accurate and detailed 3D modeling of the entire Roman Forum in Pompei, Italy. The archaeological area, approximately 150 × 80 m, contains more than 350 finds spread all over the forum as well as larger mural structures of previous buildings and temples. The interdisciplinary 3D modeling work consists of a multi-scale image- and range-based digital documentation method developed to fulfill all the surveying… 

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