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USE OF HISTORICAL IMAGES FOR THE DOCUMENTATION AND THE METRICAL STUDY OF CULTURAL HERITAGE BY MEANS OF DIGITAL PHOTOGRAMMETRIC TECHNIQUES

@inproceedings{Bitellia2007USEOH,
  title={USE OF HISTORICAL IMAGES FOR THE DOCUMENTATION AND THE METRICAL STUDY OF CULTURAL HERITAGE BY MEANS OF DIGITAL PHOTOGRAMMETRIC TECHNIQUES},
  author={G. Bitellia and V. A. Girellia and M. Marzialib and A. Zanuttaa},
  year={2007}
}
The use of digital photogrammetry in recording and documentation of archaeological sites, historical structures and objects, offers nowadays a wide range of possibilities in terms of data acquisition (semi-metric or consumer digital cameras, digital stereo-camera systems,...), data processing (monoscopic or stereoscopic plotting, 3D model reconstruction,...) and representation (orthophotos, photo-textured 3D models,...). By means of photogrammetry is in fact possible not only an accurate… 

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