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  • Authors: Roumana, Antigoni - Marina;
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    Lecture faite à une séance publique de la classe des sciences de l’Académie royale sur l’histoire de l’astronomie en Belgique et son évolution au 19e siècle. Reading made at a public meeting of the Royal Academy sciences class about the Belgium astronomy history and its evolution in 19th century.

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    This work is an open-source Python package that implements a pipeline of processing, analyzing, and visualizing an argument corpus and the attacking relationship inside the corpus. It also implements the corresponding GUIs on a scientific workflow platform named Orange3, so that users with little knowledge of Python programming can also benefit from it.

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  • Authors: Stathopoulou, Ellie F.;

    VTraditionally, photogrammetry has been the most appropriate tool for the documentation of a variety of complex objects, whether they are architectural constructions, sculptures or monuments in general. During the recent years, due to the spectacular technological advances and the use of terrestrial laser scanners and digital photogrammetry, the workflow in this field is continuously being revisited and updated. In this respect, the combination of 3D acquisition systems with photogrammetric processes still remains a very challenging task which includes some unsolved problems. The main aim of such procedures is to convert an acquired point cloud into a realistic 3D polygonal model. It is desired that the 3D model should not only be detailed, but also suitable and easy to handle. For that purpose, a combination of classical surveying methods, laser scanning, photogrammetric and computer graphics processes should be used. Through such a workflow satisfactory accuracies may be achieved, but also the display of the resulting 3D model is useful for dissemination and interaction purposes as well (web GIS, Digital Libraries etc.). This Diploma Thesis describes the various steps carried out to produce 3D models of complex objects by the use of data acquired from terrestrial laser scanners. Moreover, it includes the procedure of producing orthophotos from such models. The experience was gained by the geometric documentation of a highly detailed object, the Romanesque Door of the Cathedral of Valencia in Spain, by a terrestrial laser scanner. Η φωτογραμμετρία, από πολύ παλιά ήταν το πιο κατάλληλο εργαλείο για την τεκμηρίωση σύνθετων αντικειμένων, είτε αυτά είναι αρχιτεκτονικές κατασκευές, αγάλματα, ή γενικά Μνημεία Πολιτιστικής Κληρονομιάς. Κατά τη διάρκεια των τελευταίων ετών, η εξέλιξη της τεχνολογίας, η χρήση των επίγειων σαρωτών laser και της ψηφιακής φωτογραμμετρίας έχει επιφέρει πολλές αλλαγές στον τρόπο με τον οποίο δουλεύουν οι ερευνητές σε αυτόν τον τομέα. Ο συνδυασμός των μεθόδων σάρωσης με την ψηφιακή φωτογραμμετρία περιέχει ακόμα πολλά άλυτα προβλήματα και βρίσκεται υπό έρευνα. Κύριος στόχος είναι η μετατροπή του νέφους σημείων που συλλέγεται από τον σαρωτή σε ένα τρισδιάστατο μοντέλο που θα αναπαριστά πλήρως το αντικείμενο. Το τρισδιάστατο αυτό μοντέλο πρέπει να να καλύπτει τις απαιτήσεις ακριβείας και ταυτόχρονα είναι εύκολα διαχειρίσιμο ώστε να είναι κατάλληλο και για διάδοση μέσω διαδικτύου (web GIS, Digital Libraries κτλ.). Για να επιτευχθεί αυτό, χρησιμοποιούνται κλασσικές τοπογραφικές μέθοδοι, μέθοδοι laser scanning και φωτογραμμετρίας, όπως και τεχνικές computer graphics. Η Διπλωματική αυτή εργασία περιγράφει τα διάφορα στάδια της διαδικασίας παραγωγής τρισδιάστατων μοντέλων αντικειμένων με πολύπλοκο ανάγλυφο, με χρήση δεδομένων από επίγειο σαρωτή laser. Ακόμη, αναλύεται και η διαδικασία παραγωγής ορθοφωτογραφιών χρησιμοποιώντας αυτά τα μοντέλα. Η μελέτη αυτή έγινε με βάση την εμπειρία που αποκτήθηκε από την Γεωμετρική Τεκμηρίωση ενός πολύπλοκου αρχιτεκτονικά αντικειμένου, της Ρωμανικής Πύλης του Καθεδρικού Ναού της Βαλένθια στην Ισπανία. Έλλη Φ. Σταθοπούλου 96 σ.

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    Authors: Rettberg, Jill Walker; Berry, David M.; Borra, Erik; Helmond, Anne; +1 Authors

    This paper documents the results of an intensive "data sprint" method for undertaking data and algorithmic work using application programming interfaces (APIs), which took place during the Digital Method Initiative 2013 Winter School at the University of Amsterdam. During this data sprint, we developed a method to map the fields of Digital Humanities and Electronic Literature based on title recommendations from the largest online bookseller, Amazon, by retrieving similar purchased items from the Amazon API. A first step shows the overall Amazon recommendation network for Digital Humanities and allows us to detect clusters, aligned fields and bridging books. In a second step we looked into four country-specific Amazon stores (Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.fr and Amazon.de) to investigate the specificities of the Digital Humanities in these four countries. The third step is a network of all books suggested for the Electronic Literature field in the four Amazon stores we searched, which offers a comparison to the field of Digital Humanities.

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    Authors: Cignoni P.; Scopigno R.; Callieri M.; Dellepiane M.;

    EPOCH (http://www.epoch-net.org/index.php) is a network of about a hundred European cultural institutions joining their efforts to improve the quality and effectiveness of the use of Information and Communication Technology for Cultural Heritage. Participants include university departments, research centres, heritage institutions, such as museums or national heritage agencies, and commercial enterprises, together endeavouring to overcome the fragmentation of current research in this field.

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  • Authors: Sammour, Karim; Fleury, Philippe; Lefèvre, Nicolas; Morineau, Charlie; +2 Authors

    Le 3 décembre 2014, dans le cadre du séminaire de l'ERLIS Les Nocturnes du Plan de Rome, a été donnée à l'Université de Caen la conférence intitulée : Les Poliorcétiques d'Apollodore de Damas.Résumé de la conférence : Les « traités » (Commentarii) dans l’Antiquité tiennent une place centrale dans la transmission des sciences et des techniques. Agriculture, architecture, mécanique, stratégie, chaque domaine impliquant un savoir se transmet par un « traité ». Apollodore de Damas, célèbre ingénieur de l’empereur Trajan, adresse un traité de poliorcétique (art de mener un siège) à Hadrien, successeur de Trajan. La séance présentera l’ingénieur et ses créations. Les « traités » les plus célèbres de l’Antiquité seront abordés afin de se familiariser avec les ingénieurs les plus importants. Enfin, grâce à de nouvelles méthodes de présentation utilisant la restitution virtuelle, il sera possible d’analyser les descriptions d’Apollodore de Damas et d’accéder directement à une source ancienne.

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  • Authors: Palamidese P.; Carreras F.; Coltelli P.;

    VBP, the Virtual Baptistery of Pisa, is a virtual reality prototype for cultural heritage presentation and communication. It combines education and entertainment methods to create a playful even though correct way to deliver artistic and cultural information. The virtual reality provides added values to the public with respect to the traditional media, as it lets group multimedia contents from various sources in a unique virtual environment. The visitor can see situations that he cannot see in a real visit - a reference to another monument, a cross section, architectural details that are too high up- and also situations that attract his attention and curiosity -lighting and acoustic effects, meet remotely connected visitors, ask questions to synthetic guides-. VBP presents a scenographic representation of the Baptistery of Pisa for interactive and distributed exploration. VBP contains the concepts of non linear intersecting storylines based on storytelling methods and techniques that can fits various levels of users. In addition it is a general framework for developing new stories, and for changing and adapting the ones already created. VBP requires an immersive stereo visualization system equipped with adequate audio and interaction devices. When the proper VR hardware is not available, it can run on the PC screen as well, though one looses immersion characteristics. The beta version has been released in 2003 while the final version has been planned at half 2005.

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    Authors: Eden, Grace; González-Martínez, Esther; Widmer, Antoine; Schaer, Roger; +3 Authors

    L'évaluation naturaliste de prototype est une approche utilisée pour évaluer (1) le potentiel pratique d'une technologie dans des contextes et des situations du monde réel (son utilité) et (2) son interface (son utilisabilité). Cet article présente une nouvelle technique d'évaluation de prototype, le Modèle d’Evaluation de l’Activité (MEA) (Activity Evaluation Framework – AEF), qui s’inspire d’orientations sociologiques dont l’ethnométhodologie (EM). Le modèle repose sur la vidéo pour analyser la « parole-en-interaction » des participants interagissant avec un prototype technologique. Nous discutons l'utilisation du MEA comme une technique qualitative systématique et robuste pour l'évaluation à la fois de l'utilité et de l’utilisabilité de prototypes et nous l’illustrons au moyen d’un cas d’utilisation dans une installation muséale de réalité virtuelle et augmentée.

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    Lecture faite à une séance publique de la classe des sciences de l’Académie royale sur l’histoire de l’astronomie en Belgique et son évolution au 19e siècle. Reading made at a public meeting of the Royal Academy sciences class about the Belgium astronomy history and its evolution in 19th century.

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    This work is an open-source Python package that implements a pipeline of processing, analyzing, and visualizing an argument corpus and the attacking relationship inside the corpus. It also implements the corresponding GUIs on a scientific workflow platform named Orange3, so that users with little knowledge of Python programming can also benefit from it.

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  • Authors: Stathopoulou, Ellie F.;

    VTraditionally, photogrammetry has been the most appropriate tool for the documentation of a variety of complex objects, whether they are architectural constructions, sculptures or monuments in general. During the recent years, due to the spectacular technological advances and the use of terrestrial laser scanners and digital photogrammetry, the workflow in this field is continuously being revisited and updated. In this respect, the combination of 3D acquisition systems with photogrammetric processes still remains a very challenging task which includes some unsolved problems. The main aim of such procedures is to convert an acquired point cloud into a realistic 3D polygonal model. It is desired that the 3D model should not only be detailed, but also suitable and easy to handle. For that purpose, a combination of classical surveying methods, laser scanning, photogrammetric and computer graphics processes should be used. Through such a workflow satisfactory accuracies may be achieved, but also the display of the resulting 3D model is useful for dissemination and interaction purposes as well (web GIS, Digital Libraries etc.). This Diploma Thesis describes the various steps carried out to produce 3D models of complex objects by the use of data acquired from terrestrial laser scanners. Moreover, it includes the procedure of producing orthophotos from such models. The experience was gained by the geometric documentation of a highly detailed object, the Romanesque Door of the Cathedral of Valencia in Spain, by a terrestrial laser scanner. Η φωτογραμμετρία, από πολύ παλιά ήταν το πιο κατάλληλο εργαλείο για την τεκμηρίωση σύνθετων αντικειμένων, είτε αυτά είναι αρχιτεκτονικές κατασκευές, αγάλματα, ή γενικά Μνημεία Πολιτιστικής Κληρονομιάς. Κατά τη διάρκεια των τελευταίων ετών, η εξέλιξη της τεχνολογίας, η χρήση των επίγειων σαρωτών laser και της ψηφιακής φωτογραμμετρίας έχει επιφέρει πολλές αλλαγές στον τρόπο με τον οποίο δουλεύουν οι ερευνητές σε αυτόν τον τομέα. Ο συνδυασμός των μεθόδων σάρωσης με την ψηφιακή φωτογραμμετρία περιέχει ακόμα πολλά άλυτα προβλήματα και βρίσκεται υπό έρευνα. Κύριος στόχος είναι η μετατροπή του νέφους σημείων που συλλέγεται από τον σαρωτή σε ένα τρισδιάστατο μοντέλο που θα αναπαριστά πλήρως το αντικείμενο. Το τρισδιάστατο αυτό μοντέλο πρέπει να να καλύπτει τις απαιτήσεις ακριβείας και ταυτόχρονα είναι εύκολα διαχειρίσιμο ώστε να είναι κατάλληλο και για διάδοση μέσω διαδικτύου (web GIS, Digital Libraries κτλ.). Για να επιτευχθεί αυτό, χρησιμοποιούνται κλασσικές τοπογραφικές μέθοδοι, μέθοδοι laser scanning και φωτογραμμετρίας, όπως και τεχνικές computer graphics. Η Διπλωματική αυτή εργασία περιγράφει τα διάφορα στάδια της διαδικασίας παραγωγής τρισδιάστατων μοντέλων αντικειμένων με πολύπλοκο ανάγλυφο, με χρήση δεδομένων από επίγειο σαρωτή laser. Ακόμη, αναλύεται και η διαδικασία παραγωγής ορθοφωτογραφιών χρησιμοποιώντας αυτά τα μοντέλα. Η μελέτη αυτή έγινε με βάση την εμπειρία που αποκτήθηκε από την Γεωμετρική Τεκμηρίωση ενός πολύπλοκου αρχιτεκτονικά αντικειμένου, της Ρωμανικής Πύλης του Καθεδρικού Ναού της Βαλένθια στην Ισπανία. Έλλη Φ. Σταθοπούλου 96 σ.

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    Authors: Rettberg, Jill Walker; Berry, David M.; Borra, Erik; Helmond, Anne; +1 Authors

    This paper documents the results of an intensive "data sprint" method for undertaking data and algorithmic work using application programming interfaces (APIs), which took place during the Digital Method Initiative 2013 Winter School at the University of Amsterdam. During this data sprint, we developed a method to map the fields of Digital Humanities and Electronic Literature based on title recommendations from the largest online bookseller, Amazon, by retrieving similar purchased items from the Amazon API. A first step shows the overall Amazon recommendation network for Digital Humanities and allows us to detect clusters, aligned fields and bridging books. In a second step we looked into four country-specific Amazon stores (Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.fr and Amazon.de) to investigate the specificities of the Digital Humanities in these four countries. The third step is a network of all books suggested for the Electronic Literature field in the four Amazon stores we searched, which offers a comparison to the field of Digital Humanities.

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    Authors: Cignoni P.; Scopigno R.; Callieri M.; Dellepiane M.;

    EPOCH (http://www.epoch-net.org/index.php) is a network of about a hundred European cultural institutions joining their efforts to improve the quality and effectiveness of the use of Information and Communication Technology for Cultural Heritage. Participants include university departments, research centres, heritage institutions, such as museums or national heritage agencies, and commercial enterprises, together endeavouring to overcome the fragmentation of current research in this field.

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  • Authors: Sammour, Karim; Fleury, Philippe; Lefèvre, Nicolas; Morineau, Charlie; +2 Authors

    Le 3 décembre 2014, dans le cadre du séminaire de l'ERLIS Les Nocturnes du Plan de Rome, a été donnée à l'Université de Caen la conférence intitulée : Les Poliorcétiques d'Apollodore de Damas.Résumé de la conférence : Les « traités » (Commentarii) dans l’Antiquité tiennent une place centrale dans la transmission des sciences et des techniques. Agriculture, architecture, mécanique, stratégie, chaque domaine impliquant un savoir se transmet par un « traité ». Apollodore de Damas, célèbre ingénieur de l’empereur Trajan, adresse un traité de poliorcétique (art de mener un siège) à Hadrien, successeur de Trajan. La séance présentera l’ingénieur et ses créations. Les « traités » les plus célèbres de l’Antiquité seront abordés afin de se familiariser avec les ingénieurs les plus importants. Enfin, grâce à de nouvelles méthodes de présentation utilisant la restitution virtuelle, il sera possible d’analyser les descriptions d’Apollodore de Damas et d’accéder directement à une source ancienne.

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  • Authors: Palamidese P.; Carreras F.; Coltelli P.;

    VBP, the Virtual Baptistery of Pisa, is a virtual reality prototype for cultural heritage presentation and communication. It combines education and entertainment methods to create a playful even though correct way to deliver artistic and cultural information. The virtual reality provides added values to the public with respect to the traditional media, as it lets group multimedia contents from various sources in a unique virtual environment. The visitor can see situations that he cannot see in a real visit - a reference to another monument, a cross section, architectural details that are too high up- and also situations that attract his attention and curiosity -lighting and acoustic effects, meet remotely connected visitors, ask questions to synthetic guides-. VBP presents a scenographic representation of the Baptistery of Pisa for interactive and distributed exploration. VBP contains the concepts of non linear intersecting storylines based on storytelling methods and techniques that can fits various levels of users. In addition it is a general framework for developing new stories, and for changing and adapting the ones already created. VBP requires an immersive stereo visualization system equipped with adequate audio and interaction devices. When the proper VR hardware is not available, it can run on the PC screen as well, though one looses immersion characteristics. The beta version has been released in 2003 while the final version has been planned at half 2005.

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