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3D Research Challenges in Cultural Heritage II : How to Manage Data and Knowledge Related to Interpretative Digital 3D Reconstructions of Cultural Heritage / edited by Sander Münster, Mieke Pfarr-Harfst, Piotr Kuroczyński, Marinos Ioannides.

Edition:
1st ed. 2016.
Publication:
Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2016.
Series:
Computer Science (Springer-11645)
LNCS sublibrary. Information systems and applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI SL 3, 10025
Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI ; 10025
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (X, 289 pages) : 132 illustrations
Subjects:
Multimedia systems.
Application software.
Optical data processing.
Computer graphics.
Database management.
Information storage and retrieval.
Local subjects:
Multimedia Information Systems. (search)
Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet). (search)
Image Processing and Computer Vision. (search)
Computer Graphics. (search)
Database Management. (search)
Information Storage and Retrieval. (search)
System Details:
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Summary:
This book reflects a current state of the art and future perspectives of Digital Heritage focusing on not interpretative reconstruction and including as well as bridging practical and theoretical perspectives, strategies and approaches. Comprehensive key challenges are related to knowledge transfer and management as well as data handling within a interpretative digital reconstruction of Cultural Heritage including aspects of digital object creation, sustainability, accessibility, documentation, presentation, preservation and more general scientific compatibility. The three parts of the book provide an overview of a scope of usage scenarios, a current state of infrastructures as digital libraries, information repositories for an interpretative reconstruction of Cultural Heritage; highlight strategies, practices and principles currently used to ensure compatibility, reusability and sustainability of data objects and related knowledge within a 3D reconstruction work process on a day to day work basis; and show innovative concepts for the exchange, publishing and management of 3D objects and for inherit knowledge about data, workflows and semantic structures.
Contents:
A Model Classification for Digital 3D Reconstruction in the Context of Humanities
Typical Workflows, Documentation Approaches and Principles of 3D Digital Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage
Digital Reconstruction in Historical Research and its Implications for Virtual Research Environments
Digital Research Infrastructures: DARIAH
Heritage and Museum Displays. Buildings, Cities, Landscapes, Illuminated Models
Interpretation of Sensor-based 3D Documentation
3D Model, Linked Database, and Born-Digital E-Book: An Ideal Approach to Archaeological Research and Publication
3D Models on Triple Paths
New Pathways for Documenting and Visualizing Virtual Reconstructions
Classification schemes for visualization of uncertainty in digital hypothetical reconstruction
Show me the Data!: Structuring Archaeological Data to Deliver Interactive, Transparent 3D Reconstructions in a 3D WebGIS
Enrichment and Preservation of Architectural Knowledge
Simplifying Documentation of Digital Reconstruction Processes. Introducing an interactive documentation system
Cultural Heritage in a Spatial Context. Towards an Integrative, Interoperable, and Participatory Data and Information Management.
Contributor:
Münster, Sander, editor., Editor,
Pfarr-Harfst, Mieke, editor., Editor,
Kuroczyński, Piotr. editor., Editor,
Ioannides, Marinos, editor., Editor,
SpringerLink (Online service)
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Springer eBooks
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Printed edition:
ISBN:
978-3-319-47647-6
9783319476476
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-3-319-47647-6 doi
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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