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The Automatic Morphological Description and Classification of Archaeological Monuments from Vertical Aerial Photographs.
For most of this century, aerial photography has been an important technique for the discovery, recording and analysis of archaeological sites. For many regions there are vast archives of aerial photographs available; ...
Digital elevation modelling of individual monuments from aerial photographs
(John Wiley & Sons, 1999)
Digital elevation models (DEM) are crucial data products for a variety of geographic applications, and their generation directly from digitized stereopairs of vertical aerial photographs has recently been accomplished. ...
A Framework for Digital Wide-Area Survey from Aerial Photographs
(Wordwell Ltd., 1998)
Despite the potential offered by modern computer technology to the labour-intensive work of 'Aerial Archaeology', few applications have been published. Where developments have been made, they have tended to be carried out ...
Business Modelling to Support the Development of Integrated Process Support Systems in the Extended Enterprise
Recent years have witnessed rapid advances in the areas of Business Process Reengineering(BPR) and Software Engineering. In order for BPR to work, successful deployment of Information Technology is imperative, with the ...