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COSCH book word-cloud by Lindsay MacDonald, 2017


List of Figures   ix
List of Tables   xix
Acknowledgements  xxi
List of Acronyms and Abbreviations   xxvii

Foreword   Frank Boochs xxxi
Introduction   Anna Bentkowska-Kafel   xxxiii


1. An Interdisciplinary Discussion of the Terminologies used in Cultural Heritage
Vera Moitinho de Almeida, Stefanie Wefers and Orla Murphy   3

2. From a Buried Fragment to the Virtual Artefact: a case study of Greek pottery
Despoina Tsiafaki, Anestis Koutsoudis, Natasa Michailidou and Fotis Arnaoutoglou   17

3. Beyond Photography. An interdisciplinary exploratory case study in the recording and examination of Roman silver coins   Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Vera Moitinho de Almeida, Lindsay MacDonald, Julio M. del Hoyo-Meléndez and Aurore Mathys   35

4. Wall Paintings in the Château de Germolles: an interdisciplinary project for the rediscovery of a unique fourteenth-century century decoration   Christian Degrigny and Francesca Piqué with contributions from Marco Cucchi, Vincent Detalle, Jean-Philippe Farrugia, Gaëtan Le Goïc, Alamin Mansouri, Dominique Martos-Levif, Frédéric Mérienne, Aurélie Mounier, Anthony Pamart, Cristina Tedeschi, Jean-Marc Vallet and Stefanie Wefers   67

5. A 4D Virtual Presentation of the White Bastion Fortress in Sarajevo   Selma Rizvic   87

6. Digitization of Cultural Heritage at the National Museum of History, Bucharest   Irina Mihaela Ciortan   107

7. Bremen Cog. Three recording techniques for one object   Amandine Colson and Levente Tamas   121

8.  A Study of Spectral Imaging Acquisition and Processing for Cultural Heritage   Sony George, Jon Y. Hardeberg, João Linhares, Lindsay MacDonald, Cristina Montagner, Sérgio Nascimento, Marcello Picollo, Ruven Pillay, Tatiana Vitorino and E. Keats Webb   141

9. Ontology-based Structuring of Spectral and
Spatial Recording Strategies for Cultural Heritage Assets: Background, State of Affairs, and Future Perspectives    Ashish Karmacharya and Stefanie Wefers   159

10. Communicating Interdisciplinary Scholarship: Conclusions from COSCH    Anna Bentkowska-Kafel with contribution from Frank Boochs   175


Editorial note: In this part of the book digital methods and technologies employed in the COSCH case studies, described in the preceding chapters, are explained. Entries generally follow the same structure: definition, description, exemplars and key literature. Basic principles of each method or technology are defined for a lay reader. This is followed by a specialist technical description and examples of significant applications and key literature. The reasons why the application of a particular method/technology may be useful for recording and studying material cultural heritage are explained. Information was correct at the time of writing, October 2016. Additional literature can be found in Selected Bibliography.

  1. 3D Depth Sensing    George Pavlidis and Santiago Royo   195
  2. 3D Laser Scanning Mona Hess with contribution from Ahmad Baik   199
  3. Augmented Reality    Jean-Philippe Farrugia and Frédéric Merienne   207
  4. Digital Storytelling    Selma Rizvić   211
  5. Focus Stacking    Aurore Mathys and Jonathan Brecko   213
  6. Hyperspectral Imaging    András Jung   217
  7. Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) Vincent Detalle with contribution from Dominique Martos-Levif, Barbara Trichereau, Didier Brissaud, Stephanie Duchêne and Xueshi Bai   221
  8. Multiple View Stereovision Christos Stentoumis   225
  9. Photogrammetry    Julien Guery, Mona Hess and Aurore Mathys   229
  10. Reflectance Transformation Imaging Lindsay MacDonald   237
  11. Structure from Motion    Mona Hess and Susie Green   243
  12. Structured Light 3D Scanning    Dirk Rieke-Zapp and Santiago Royo   247
  13. Total Station Surveying    Massimiliano Ditta and Amandine Colson   253
  14. X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) Spectrometry    Julio M del Hoyo-Meléndez   257

Notes on Contributors   263
Selected Bibliography   277
Index   308