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Börner, Wolfgang et al. (Hrsg.): Artificial Intelligence: New Pathways Towards Cultural Heritage, Heidelberg: Propylaeum, 2022 (Proceedings of the International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies, Vienna, Band 25). https://doi.org/10.11588/propylaeum.1045

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Wolfgang Börner, Hendrik Rohland, Christina Kral-Börner und Lina Karner (Hrsg.)

Artificial Intelligence

New Pathways Towards Cultural Heritage

Proceedings of the International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies, Vienna

Die 25. internationale Konferenz „Cultural Heritage and New Technologies“ fand 2020 zu dem Thema „Artificial Intelligence – New Pathways Towards Cultural Heritage“ im Wiener Rathaus statt.
Die Beiträge behandeln computergestützte Verfahren in allen Bereichen des Cultural Heritage, mit besonderem Schwerpunkt auf dem Einsatz von „Künstlicher Intelligenz“. Die Themen umfassen Fernerkundung, Datenerhebung- und Modellierung, sowie Methoden zur Analyse und Präsentation von digitalen Daten in Archäologie und Denkmalpflege. Der Band enthält zudem die Zusammenfassungen der Round-Table-Gespräche, Abstracts zu den auf der Tagung präsentierten Postern sowie die Beiträge einer Sonder-Session, die dem 25. Jubiläum der Konferenz gewidmet war.

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Wolfgang Börner, Hendrik Rohland, Christina Kral-Börner, Lina Karner
Artificial Intelligence – New Pathways Towards Cultural Heritage
Fotis Liarokapis
A Case Study from the iMARECULTURE Project
F. Michael Bartlett, William J. Turkel
Andreas Noback, Lars Oliver Grobe
Curating a daylight simulation model of Hagia Sophia for modern data infrastructures
Amelie Dorn, Renato Rocha Souza, Gerda Koch, Japesh Methuku, Yalemisew Abgaz
A pilot experiment on the example of the ChIA project
Bashir Kazimi, Katharina Malek, Frank Thiemann, Monika Sester
Wouter Verschoof-van der Vaart, Juergen Landauer
A case study to detect hollow roads in Germany and Slovenia
Julien Wolf, Finnegan Pope-Carter, Paul S. Johnson
Improving magnetometer interpretation workflows with semantic segmentation
Igor Yurchak, Natalie Yurchak, Mykhaylo Sahaydak, Olga Rutkovska, Vitaliy Biletskyy
Excavations conducted in 2014–2018 on Poshtova Square in Kyiv
Hubert Lehner, Sara Lena Kordasch
What does geo with the Twin?
Lothar Eysn
Digitizing the public space – Project “Wien gibt Raum”
Franz Xaver Pfaffenbichler, Gerhard Hartmann
Urban Data Platform smartdata.wien
Sindre Wimberger
AI counters Covid-19 disinformation
Irmela Herzog
Reviewing Past and Present Applications
Marco Block-Berlitz, Michael Bommhardt-Richter, Vanessa Brüll
Suitable for underwater scenarios using indirect GPS information
Peter Dorninger, Nikolaus Studnicka
Pushing technological boarders in completeness, resolution, and accuracy
Livia Enderli
Representations of three-dimensional landscape survey data and their influence on archaeological hypotheses
Dominik Lengyel, Catherine Toulouse
The Planning and Building States of Early Bern Minster in Visual Comparison
Arnaud Schenkel, Zheng Zhang, Olivier Debeir
Stephen Parsons, Kristina Gessel, Clifford Parker, William Seales
Learning Transformations from Tomography to Other Modalities
Claire Frampton
Exploring the interface of citizen engagement through technologies at the London Bloomsbury Festival 2020. Digital engagement through contemporary fashion design
Elisabeth Monamy
Or how young citizens take the initiative
Luca Zamparo, Emanuela Faresin, Daniel Zilio
The experience of the MemO Project to increase the accessibility of archaeological collections
Peter Bauer, Viktor Kaufmann, Wolfgang Sulzer, Werner Lienhart, Thomas Mikl, Gernot Seier
Applying UAV-based photogrammetry, terrestrial photogrammetry and terrestrial laser scanning – a comparative study"
Lapo Somigli, Arianne Palla, Francesca Toso
The case of a Roman mosaic damaged by World War II bombings
Giulia Emilio, Giorgio Verdiani, Gualtiero Della Monaca
Research and historical-architectural interpretation of lost landscapes and territories
Paloma Gonzales, Takehiko Nagakura
Tracking Pedestrian Trajectories for Machine Learning Applications in Machu Picchu, Cusco, Peru
Fred Farshid Aryankhesal
An overview from HS2 Phase 1, UK
Peter Bauer
The combination of low-cost photogrammetry and a geodetic survey
Andrea Pasquali, Stéphane Giraudeau, Francesco Capparelli
The survey of Bertinoro
Olimpia Galatolo, Eleonora Cecconi
Aldo Rossi and the Theatre of the World
Walpola Layantha Perera, Heike Messemer, Matthias Heinz, Michael Kretzschmar
Oliver Bruderer
Continuity of the 3D medium in documentation, reconstruction, and publication
Lena Toleva-Nowak
Catalogue of images found in plaster layers in an Ottoman bathhouse in Plovdiv
Babatunde Anafi, Eero Hyvönen, Mikko Koho
Case FindSampo
Laurent Cortella, Loïc Bertrand, Maartje Stols-Witlox, Branka Mihaljevic, Luis M. Ferreira, M. Helena Casimiro, Victoria Corregidor, Ineke Joosten, Pablo A. Vasquez S., Katarina Marusic, Luís C. Alves, Aliz Simon, Bumsoo Han, Celina I. Horak
A Common Issue for Scientific Communities Using Radiation for Characterization or Preservation of Cultural Heritage