© 2010

Digital Heritage

Third International Conference, EuroMed 2010, Lemessos, Cyprus, November 8-13, 2010. Proceedings

  • Marinos Ioannides
  • Dieter Fellner
  • Andreas Georgopoulos
  • Diofantos G. Hadjimitsis
Conference proceedings EuroMed 2010

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 6436)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. 2D and 3D Data Capture Methodologies and Data Processing in Cultural Heritage

  3. Digital Data Acquisition Technologies and Data Processing in Cultural Heritage

    1. Ino Papageorgaki, Sevi Tapinaki, Andreas Georgopoulos, Charalambos Ioannidis
      Pages 85-98
    2. Frederico Henriques, Alexandre Gonçalves
      Pages 99-109
    3. Anna Maria Manferdini, Fabio Remondino
      Pages 110-124
    4. Natalie Schmidt, Frank Boochs, Rainer Schütze
      Pages 125-139
  4. Long Term Availability of Content and Its Long Term Accessibility

    1. M. Guttenbrunner, J. Wieners, A. Rauber, M. Thaller
      Pages 140-152
    2. Christoph Schinko, Martin Strobl, Torsten Ullrich, Dieter W. Fellner
      Pages 153-165
    3. René Berndt, Gerald Buchgraber, Sven Havemann, Volker Settgast, Dieter W. Fellner
      Pages 166-178
    4. Evangelia Kyriazi, Nikolaos Soulakellis, Georgios Tataris, Stefanos Lappas
      Pages 193-205
    5. Patrick Callet, François-Xavier de Contencin, Anna Zymla, Philippe Denizet, Thibaut Hilpert, Kesuke Miyazawa et al.
      Pages 206-224
  5. Digital Cultural Heritage Applications and Their Impact

    1. Jaime Kaminski, Jim McLoughlin, Babak Sodagar
      Pages 240-249
    2. Despina Michael, Nectarios Pelekanos, Isabelle Chrysanthou, Panagiotis Zaharias, Loukia L. Hadjigavriel, Yiorgos Chrysanthou
      Pages 250-261

About these proceedings


This volume comprises the proceedings of the Third International Euro-Mediterranean Conference (EuroMed 2010) on the historical island of Cyprus. The focal point of this conference was digital heritage, which all of us involved in the documentation of cultural heritage continually strive to implement. The excellent selection of papers published in the proceedings reflects in the best possible way the benefits of exploiting modern technological advances for the restoration, preservation and e-documentation of any kind of cultural heritage. Above all, we should always bear in mind that what we do now may be used by people in another century to repair, rebuild or conserve the buildings, monuments, artifacts and landscapes that seem important. Recent events like earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, fires and insurrections show that we can never be too prepared for damage to, and loss of, the physical and, non-tangible elements of our past and, in general, our cultural heritage. To reach this ambitious goal, the topics covered included experiences in the use of innovative recording technologies and methods, and how to take best advantage of the results obtained to build up new instruments and improved methodologies for do- menting in multimedia formats, archiving in digital libraries and managing a cultural heritage. Technological advances are very often reported in detail in specialized fora. This volume of proceedings establishes bridges of communication and channels of co- eration between the various disciplines involved in cultural heritage preservation.


Multimedia augmented reality computer vision cultural heritage digital archives digital libraries geometric modeling heritage preservation neural networks orthophotography reconstruction virtual archaeology visualization web services

Editors and affiliations

  • Marinos Ioannides
    • 1
  • Dieter Fellner
    • 2
  • Andreas Georgopoulos
    • 3
  • Diofantos G. Hadjimitsis
    • 4
  1. 1.Computer DepartmentHigher Technical InstituteNicosiaCyprus
  2. 2.Fraunhofer IGDDarmstadtGermany
  3. 3.National Technical University of AthensZografos, AthensGreece
  4. 4.Faculty of Engineering and TechnologyCyprus University of TechnologyLemessosCyprus

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