Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XL-5/W2, 465-470, 2013
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22 Jul 2013
P. Paolini1, F. Allegrini Simonetti2, G. Forti3, and A. Corrao4 1Dept. of History, Representation, and Restoration of Architecture (D.S.D.R.A), "SAPIENZA" University, 00100 Rome, Italy
2Collectivité territoriale de Corse, Direction de la culture et Patrimoines, Service des patrimoines, secteur archéologie, 20187 Ajaccio, France
3ESRI Italia, Rome, Italy
4Mi.B.A.C. (Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali), Rome, Italy
Keywords: Cooperation, Research, Cultural heritage, Archaeology, Architecture, GIS, Photography, LIDAR. Abstract. Following the collaboration agreement between the SAPIENZA, S.D.R.A. Department and the "Collectivité territoriale de Corse, secteur Archéologie", this project tried to set, accomplished on the archaeological site of the ancient roman city of Aléria, a complex program of selected dataset structured for many different uses and fruitions.

As for any kind of survey, the initial project definition, described in this paper, constitutes the most delicate part of the work, in this instance a certain additional significance it has to be given to it, cause of the multiple interests focalized on the Aléria site, where a new digging season is expected after a sixty years long interruption.

The process can be synthesized as follows: various surveying technologies were applied on the site, as 3D Laser scanning, Topography, and GPS; Dense Stereo Matching was accomplished on a sample object there excavated and actually exposed in the local Carcopino Museum, while Computational Photography techniques were realized on an object exposed in Rome in the Etruscan Museum of "Villa Giulia" as the other twin found and exposed in Aléria, to be a purpose for future collaborations. A GIS and WEBGIS workflow followed, using a specific application in its latest version, thus collecting all of the actual and previous documents, providing to build up a complete 3D geo-database with a space and time referenced 3D Web scene to share in the GIS online Cloud Platform. These applied procedures aim to spread the complex results, articulated in different sets on the social media world.

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Citation: Paolini, P., Allegrini Simonetti, F., Forti, G., and Corrao, A.: ANCIENT ROME WORLDWIDE LINKS: SHARING KNOWLEDGE TO PRESERVE THE ROOTS, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XL-5/W2, 465-470,, 2013.

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