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Museen der Stadt Wien - Stadtarchäologie (Hrsg.): Monumental Computations: Digital archaeology of large urban and underground infrastructures, Heidelberg: Propylaeum, 2021 (Proceedings of the International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies, Vienna, Band 24). https://doi.org/10.11588/propylaeum.747

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10.06.2021

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Museen der Stadt Wien - Stadtarchäologie (Hrsg.)

Monumental Computations

Digital archaeology of large urban and underground infrastructures

Die internationale Konferenz „Cultural Heritage and New Technologies“ fand 2019 zu dem Thema „Monumental Computations - Digital archaeology of large urban and underground infrastructures“ im Wiener Rathaus statt.
Die Konferenzbeiträge behandeln die Herausforderungen großer Stadtentwicklungsprojekte für die zuständigen Organisatoren, deren Ziel es ist, das kulturelle Erbe der betroffenen Städte so gut wie möglich zu bewahren. Dabei sind Computergestützte Ansätze in allen Schritten eines großen Stadtentwicklungsprojekts unverzichtbar.

Die Stadtarchäologie Wien, eine Abteilung des Wien Museums  befasst sich mit der Durchführung von Ausgrabungen und dem anschließenden Aufbereiten sowie der wissenschaftlichen Auswertung der zu Tage gekommenen Befunde und Funde. Die daraus resultierenden Ergebnisse zur Wiener Stadtgeschichte werden durch Publikationen und verschiedene Vermittlungsangebote einem weit gefächerten Publikum zugänglich gemacht.

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Preface
1
3-19
Jay Carver , Ann Degraeve, Stephen Stead
The Present and the Future
23
Peter Rauxloh
Digital innovation within the UK’s largest archaeological projects
25-28
Julian Richards, Tim Evans, Katie Green, Kieron Niven
Digital Archives and Mega-infrastructure projects
33-36
Marco Block-Berlitz, Martin Oczipka
Photogrammetry, Georeferencing, Monitoring and Surveying
39
Huy Do Duc, Marco Block-Berlitz, Hendrik Rohland, Christina Franken, Tumurochir Batbayar, Ulambayar Erdenebat
Application and development of advanced visualisation and edge detection methods in the context of the Uyghur capital of the 9th century
41-52
Maria Androulaki, Georgios Vidalis, Ioannis-Georgios Inglezakis, Georgios Chatzidakis, Pagona Maravelaki, Panagiotis Parthenios
Projection of 2D documentation drawings on a 3D SfM model
63-73
Otto Cichocki, Bernhard Groiss, Mario Wallner, Michael Weissl
A very narrow artificial cave from the Middle Ages
87-91
Sven Linzen, Susanne Reichert, Jan Bemmann, Ronny Stolz
A multidisciplinary approach to Khar Khul Khaany Balgas, Khanui River Valley, Mongolia
93-97
Tobin Hartnell, Yalda Razmahang, Mohammed Dler, Adam Azad Tawfeeq
The case of Ashur
103-112
Nicholas Crabb, Chris Carey, Andy Howard, Robin Jackson
An evaluation of remote sensing techniques at the River Lugg, Herefordshire, UK
113-116
Rainer Komp, Lukas Goldmann
Automated anomaly-analysis of geomagnetic data using open-source GIS-tools
117-120
Rosanna Montanaro
An overview on the national LiDAR support for the archaeological research on Mediterranean unfavourable areas
121-123
Cristina Mosconi, Andi Smart, Fabrizio Nevola
Defining the standards for digital reconstructions of past landscapes
127
Tiago Cruz
Virtual Reconstitutions as interpretations of knowledge
129-140
Marc Grellert, Norwina Wölfel, Sebastian Ristow, Ertan Özcan, Michael Wiehen
A virtual reconstruction of 6000 m² of archaeology
141-157
Henry-Louis Guillaume, Arnaud Schenkel
Quality Chart for Museum Photogrammetric 3D Asset
159-170
Benjamin Hanussek
On the Gaming Industry’s Contribution to Archaeology and What We Can Contribute to the Gaming Industry
171-186
187-197
Irmela Herzog, Michael Doneus, Maria Shinoto, Hideyuki Hajima, Naoko Nakamura
203-217
Bashir Kazimi, Katharina Malek, Frank Thiemann, Monika Sester
219-225
Øivind Due, Kristian Løseth
Results on Norwegian data
227-238
M. Fabian Meyer-Heß , Ingo Pfeffer, Carsten Jürgens
Combining LiDAR with land use models for automated detection approaches
239-243
Wendy Morrison, Edward Peveler
Visualising LiDAR on a large scale
245-249
Piotr Kuroczynski, Claudiu Silvestru
257
Naoki Mori, Salman Almahari, Tokihisa Higo, Kaoru Suemori, Hiroshi Suita, Yoshihiro Yasumuro
A Case Study at Barber Temple Ruins in Bahrain
259-270
Eleni Zarogianni, Konstantina Siountri, Neoptolemos Michailidis, Dimitrios D. Vergados
271-285
Franzsika Reiter, Johannes Tintner, Bernhard Spangl, Ena Smidt, Michael Grabner
How we can use the molecular decay of wood for dating purposes
291-294
Benno Ridderhof, Giorgio Verdiani, Wolfgang Börner
297
Giorgio Verdiani, Gilbert Soeters
Photogrammetry and digital twin creation for an ancient urban physical model
299-311
Rebeka Vital, Costas Papadopoulos, Dorina Moullou, Lambros Doulos, Pedro Luego
315
Lars O. Grobe, Andreas Noback, Franziska Lang, Luise Schintlmeister, Helmut Schwaiger
Reconstructing the distribution of daylight in lost architecture
317-334
Ioannis Iliades, Georgios Iliadis, Vlassis Chistaras
Pafos, Kolossi, Limassol, Larnaka
335-351
Arnaud Schenkel, Henry-Louis Guillaume, Olivier Debeir
363-374
Rowin van Lanen , Menne Kosian, Jaap Evert Abrahamse
Facing modern challenges by integrating historical and present-day data on rural and urban infrastructure
377
Kaja Antlej, Nataša Rebernik , Lailan Jaklič, Franc Solina, Kayla Cartledge, Miran Erič
A proposal for gamified immersive experiences of early watercraft and audience engagement
379-401
Takehiko Nagakura, Eytan Mann, Eliyahu Keller, Mark Jarzombek
The Case of Lifta
403-417
Christiana Barandoni
Challenge accepted
419-422
Oğuz Yeke
Bursa Forestry Museum (Saatçi Ali Pavilion) Conservation Problems and Suggetions
423-426
Giada Cerri
From Theory to Real: Conception, Project, and Realization of a Temporary Exhibition
431-441
Davide Pantile, Valentina Trimani, Filippo Vergani
Storytelling and enjoyment in new ways
455-464
465-474
Claire Frampton
Use of digital technologies in protest at the British Museum
487-489
491-492
Sigrid Peter
An example of public participation and monument preservation in Austria
493-496
Edward Peveler, Wendy Morrison
Citizen Science and Community Engagement in the Chilterns
497-500
Miriam Weberstorfer, Emanuel Kaspar
How we use augmented reality to revolutionize cultural mediation in Vienna’s city centre
501-504
Andi Smart, Pikakshi Manchanda, Cristina Mosconi
507
Ali S. Kiran, Celal Kaplan
Using Visitor Data and Analytics to Optimize the Design and Operations of Large and Complex Venues
509-512
Lars Wohlers
Presenting a framework of visitor studies with a special focus on tracking & timing
513-518
Edeltraud Aspöck, Guntram Geser, Gerald Hiebel, Julian Richards, Martina Trognitz
521
Achille Felicetti, Ilenia Galluccio
The Herculaneum Case Study
523-527
Guntram Geser
Innovative solutions for sharing open archaeological data
529-532
Gerald Hiebel, Brigit Danthine, Gert Goldenberg, Caroline Grutsch, Klaus Hanke, Markus Staudt, Manuel Scherer-Windisch
533-537
Julian Richards
Saving European Archaeology from a Digital Dark Age
539-541
Oliver Bruderer
Virtual reconstruction of a fragmented terracotta sculpture
551-554
Dominik Lengyel, Catherine Toulouse
A direct translation from verbal into visual architecture
555-559
David Bibby, Christoph Blesl, Reiner Göldner
567
Simon Gieser, Katrin Wolters
Developing concepts to model archaeological data
573-577
579-581
Nicole High-Steskal , Laura Rembart
A case study in archival practice
583-586
Reiner Göldner, David Bibby
589-590
599-602
Houssam El-Marjaoui, Saadia Ait Lyazidi, Mustapha Haddad , Taibi Lamhasni , Fouad Benyaich , Abdelouahed Ben-Ncer, Alessandra Bonazza
Molecular analysis of black crusts deposits
605-609
Giovanni Anzani, Olimpia Galatolo, Francesco Algostino, Eleonora Cecconi
Some example of activities of a modern model’s lab
611-615
Michael Bommhardt-Richter , Hilmar Bochmann, Marco Block-Berlitz
617-619
Annalina Caldararo
Digital survey of ruins of Torre degli Embrici in Rionero in Vulture, Italy
621-623
Eleonora Cecconi
The Roman Villa delle Grotte
625-628
Livia Enderli
Archaeological reconstructions based on 3D models created for documentation purposes by photogrammetry and CT scanning
633-636
Sara Maggi
Digital survey of the ruins of St Salvatore’s Abbey in Giugnano, Italy
643-646
Ambra Maramai
A model for the tower of the Castle of Cerretaccio
647-650
Silvia Marras, Federica Bracalenti, Fabiola Pollinzi
The case of the double abandoned Silos in Livorno, Italy
651-654
Gregor Pobežin
A Common Digital Platform for Medieval and Early Modern Epigraphy
655-658

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