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RiuNet. Repositorio institucional de la Universitat de Valencia (72.956 recursos)

RiuNet es el Repositorio Institucional de la Universitat Politècnica de València, gestionado por la Biblioteca, cuyo objetivo es ofrecer acceso en Internet a la producción científica, académica y corporativa de la comunidad universitaria con la finalidad de aumentar su visibilidad y hacerla accesible y preservable.

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  1. Roman viticulture analysis based on Latin agronomists and the application of a geographic information system in lower Guadalquivir

    Trapero Fernández, Pedro
    [EN] The advancementin the historical researchof business activities,such asancient agricultureand specifically Romanviticulture,requires the knowledge of theproductive sites. This researchwill propose a way to interconnect the information contained in Latin agronomic tradition, in order to choose the placement of a production unit,using a geographical information system (GIS). TheLatin agronomist information,together withcurrent agricultural knowledge,may lead to a set of measurable,georeferencing criteria for futureprospecting, such aslandorientation to the winds and insolation, the soil types and the slope. Also, the proximity to terrestrial, fluvial and maritime communication routes, as well as cities and water supplywill be assessed.This methodology isappliedin the territory of the lower...

  2. RESCATE DOCUMENTAL DE PETROGLIFOS Y RECONSTRUCCIÓN 3D DEL CORREDOR DOLMÉNICO DE CUBILLEJO DE LARA, BURGOS

    Ledo Fernández, Fabián
    This article focuses on the study of the ceiling of the corridor of the Dolmen of Cubillejo de Lara, Burgos, Spain. The process of computerisation has contributed to a better comprehension of what may or may not have been possible for its original architecture. During the study, previously lost information regarding petroglyphs within the corridor was recovered, which has been very important in understanding the structural solution of this structure in the past. This has been the fruit of interdisciplinary work, where the diagnosis of the state of the stone has played a fundamental role, assisted by techniques such as...

  3. Multimedia and cultural heritage: a discussion for the community involved in children's heritage edutainment and serious games in the 21st century

    Haddad, Naif A.
    Unfortunately, heritage education and awareness remains largely undervalued, as most efforts rely on in-person experiences in formal cultural institutions. While there have been many virtual applications in the field of heritage edutainment with multimedia technology, there are still not enough to make the required and hoped-for change for the children of the digital natives’ generation. However, with the rich resources in 3D imaging and interactive programming already at our disposal, we are well prepared to do so, given a coordinated effort. This paper deals with a key topic that has an importance at the international level: the education of children...

  4. Management of built heritage via HBIM Project: A case of study of flooring and tiling

    Nieto, Juan Enrique; Moyano, Juan José; Rico Delgado, Fernando; Antón García, Daniel
    Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a collaborative system that has been fully developed in the design and management of industries involved in Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) sectors. There are, however, very few studies aimed at managing information models in the field of architectural and cultural heritage interventions. This research therefore proposes an innovative methodology of analysis and treatment of the information based on a representative 3D graphic model of the flooring and wall tiling of a historic building. The objective is to set up a model of graphic information which guarantees the interoperability of the aforementioned information amongst the...

  5. Digital non-metric image-based documentation for the preservation and restoration of mural paintings: the case of the Üzümlü Rock-hewn Church, Turkey

    Higuchi, Ryo; Suzuki, Tamaki; Shibata, Mina; Taniguchi, Yoko; Gülyaz, Murat
    Digital photography is a valuable documentation technique for the preservation of a cultural heritage site because highresolution photography presents both general and detailed views of mural paintings and mural condition in a single image. Advanced digital technology is particularly helpful for preserving and restoring mural paintings given that the painting condition is recorded on high-resolution base maps shows how mural paintings are damaged by environmental stresses, mechanical damages and inappropriate treatments, among others. In addition, photogrammetric software technology is rapidly advancing and being applied to the digital documentation of mural paintings or rock art. Nevertheless, human experience and investigation of...

  6. Digital 3D reconstruction of Agustin de Betancourt's historical heritage: the machine for cutting grass in waterways

    Rojas-Sola, José Ignacio; Porras-Galán, José; García-Ruesgas, Laura
    [EN] Agustín de Betancourt y Molina was one of the most distinguished engineers of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries with numerous contributions to various fields of engineering, including civil engineering. This research shows the process followed in the documentation of the cultural heritage of that Canary engineer, especially in the geometric documentation of a machine for cutting grass in waterways presented in England in 1795 after three years researching on theory of machines. The baseline information has been recovered from the Canary Orotava Foundation of History of Science who has spent years collecting information about the Project Betancourt, in particular,...

  7. Conveying Cappadocia. A new representation model for rock-cave architecture by contour lines and chromatic codes

    Colonnese, Fabio; Carpiceci, Marco; Inglese, Carlo
    Architectural heritage preservation is based on an in-depth, multi-layered and interdisciplinary knowledge of the cultural heritage sites, especially when they are a combination between natural and artificial, such as rupestrian (cave) architecture often is. Survey and representation of rock-cut architecture is one of the most problematic issues for a number of problems concerning the geometrical complexity of the interior and exterior enveloping surfaces. Laserscanner is an appropriate tool concerning the registration of geometric and spatial properties of artificial caves in continuity with the external topography, but automatic representations are often unable to convey their hidden geometric and spatial relationships. In...

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