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THE ETRUSCANS IN 3 D : FROM SPACE TO UNDERGROUND

@inproceedings{Remondino2011THEEI,
  title={THE ETRUSCANS IN 3 D : FROM SPACE TO UNDERGROUND},
  author={Fabio Remondino and Alessandro Rizzi and Bel{\'e}n Jim{\'e}nez and Giorgio Agugiaro and Giorgio Baratti and Raffaele de Amicis},
  year={2011}
}
Geomatics and Geoinformatics deal with spatial and geographic information, 3D surveying and modeling as well as information science infrastructures. Geomatics and Geoinformatics a re thus involved in cartography, mapping, photogrammetry, remote sensing, laser scanning, Geograp hic Information Systems (GIS), Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), geo-visualisation, geospatial data analysis and C ultural Heritage documentation. In particular the Cultural Heritage field can largely benefit… 

Etruscans in 3 D-Surveying and 3 D modeling for a better access and understanding of heritage-B

Archaeological 3D digital documentation of monuments and historical sites should be considered a precious source of information and it can be very useful for preservation, conservation, restoration

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