A Preliminary Study on Methods for a Pictorial Acquisition of Archaeological Finds (bibtex)
by Robert Sablatnig, Christian Menard, P. Dintsis
Abstract:
In this paper we propose a system that could help the archaeologist in his work. First we present an overview of our complete project, of which this preliminary study is the first step to find out whether the process of archiving archaeological finds could be automated. Next, we present two different acquisition methods, stereo-acquisition and structured-light-acquisition to get the 3D-surface representation ( a so called 3D-object model) of a sherd. Based on the output from preliminary processing, we present the possibilities which can be applied on the object model. The final result of our system is the automatic generation of a profile section of a sherd.
Reference:
A Preliminary Study on Methods for a Pictorial Acquisition of Archaeological Finds (Robert Sablatnig, Christian Menard, P. Dintsis), Technical report, PRIP, TU Wien, 1991.
Bibtex Entry:
@TechReport{TR010,
  author =	 "Robert Sablatnig and Christian Menard and
                  P. Dintsis",
  institution =	 "PRIP, TU Wien",
  number =	 "PRIP-TR-010",
  title =	 "A {P}reliminary {S}tudy on {M}ethods for a
                  {P}ictorial {A}cquisition of {A}rchaeological
                  {F}inds",
  year =	 "1991",
  url =		 "ftp://ftp.prip.tuwien.ac.at/pub/publications/trs/tr10.ps.gz",
  abstract =	 "In this paper we propose a system that could help
                  the archaeologist in his work. First we present an
                  overview of our complete project, of which this
                  preliminary study is the first step to find out
                  whether the process of archiving archaeological
                  finds could be automated. Next, we present two
                  different acquisition methods, stereo-acquisition
                  and structured-light-acquisition to get the
                  3D-surface representation ( a so called 3D-object
                  model) of a sherd. Based on the output from
                  preliminary processing, we present the possibilities
                  which can be applied on the object model. The final
                  result of our system is the automatic generation of
                  a profile section of a sherd.",
}
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