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Sensing the Past : From artifact to historical site / edited by Nicola Masini, Francesco Soldovieri

Contributor(s): Masini, Nicola [editor literario] | Soldovieri, Francesco [editor literario] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Series: Springer eBooks; Geotechnologies and the Environment, 16.Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2017Description: XII, 593 p. : 301 illus., 238 illus. in color.ISBN: 9783319505183 .Subject(s): Geography | Geografía | Remote sensing | Earth and Environmental Science (Springer-11646)DDC classification: 910.285
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Monografías 06. BIBLIOTECA HUMANIDADES
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This book provides a complete overview of novel and state of art sensing technologies and geotechnologies relevant to support management and conservation of CH sites, monuments and works of art. The book is organized in an introduction stating the motivations and presenting the overall content of the volume and four parts. The first part focuses on remote sensing and geophysics for the study of human past and cultural heritage at site scale and as element of the surrounding territory. The second part presents an overview of non invasive technologies for investigating monuments and works of art. The third part presents the new opportunities of ICT for an improved and safe cultural heritage fruition, from the virtual and augmented reality of historical context to artifact tracking. Finally, the forth part presents a significant worldwide set of success cases of the exploitation of the integration of geotechnologies in archeology and architectural heritage management. This book is of interest to researchers, experts of heritage science, archaeologists, students, conservators and other professionals of cultural heritage

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