Classification of Decorative Patterns in the Minoan Pottery of Kamares Style

@inproceedings{Stanco2011ClassificationOD,
  title={Classification of Decorative Patterns in the Minoan Pottery of Kamares Style},
  author={Filippo Stanco and Davide Tanasi and Giuseppe Claudio Guarnera and Giovanni Gallo},
  year={2011}
}
An important feature of the Minoan culture is the pottery of Kamares style, that documents the Cretan cultural production between the first half of the 2nd millennium BC. This high level painted production, characterized by the combination of several diverse motifs, presents an enormous decorative repertoire. The extraordinary variety of combinations between elementary motifs according to a complex visual syntax makes interesting the automatic identification of the motifs, particularly upon… 

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