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    Comparison between virtual museums

    Simona Caraceni (2014)
    Drawing a taxonomy of virtual museum, that can fit to represent all the known cases of virtual museum in the last years, I tried to try my meta-model of classification in two very different examples of virtual museums, to prove the validity of my taxonomical meta-model.

    Editorial. Survey and documentation for Archaeology, a special issue of SCIRES-IT

    Bertocci, Stefano; Arrighetti, Andrea (2015)
    The journal SCIRES-IT, in the second issue of 2015, publishes a special number entitled “Survey and documentation for Archaeology”. This specific topic, more relevant today than ever, brings together new technologies and archaeology. This number offers a series of contributions that consider different applications of digital technologies in documenting diversified contexts of study. These studies pay particular attention to the spread and promotion of their results among a heterogeneous publi...

    Editorial. SCIRES-IT, an Eco-sustainable Open-Access Journal

    Valzano, Virginia (2014)
    SCIRES-IT (SCIentific RESearch and Information Technology - Ricerca Scientifica e Tecnologie dell'Informazione) is an eco-sustainable Open Access journal providing an international forum for the exchange and sharing of know-how in the areas of Digitalization and Multimedia Technologies and Information & Communication Technology (ICT) in support of Cultural and environmental Heritage (CH) documentation, preservation and fruition. It is a peer-reviewed journal, covered by various indexing a...

    Editorial. Landscape & Archaeology

    Clini, Paolo; Galli, Andrea; Quattrini, Ramona (2016)
    This number of SCIRES-IT summarises the most significant outcomes from the conference Landscape & Archaeology - En Route, held in June 2016 in Italy. The conference aimed at undertaking smart and sustainable experiences linking landscape and archaeology. The key topics, discussed during the itinerant event were: Smart Landscape, Archaeology and digital documentation and Smart Industrial Archaeology. Furthermore, a special session has been devoted to sheed some light on the sustainable valoris...

    Editorial. A supplement of Scires-it on the COCONET european project

    Boero, Ferdinando; Valzano, Virginia; Bartolomei, Cristiana (2016)
    The Supplement to vol. 6, 2016 of SCIRES-IT contains the result of CoCoNet (Towards COast to COast NETworks of marine protected areas, coupled with sea-based wind energy potential), a project of the EU Oceans of Tomorrow programme (http://www.coconet-fp7.eu). The European Union requires Open Access to the results of the projects resulting from its support to scientific advancement. This is in full accordance with the policy of SCIRES-IT, an eco-sustainable open–access journal, which joins the...

    Editorial. Making the point on SCIRES-IT in 2018

    Boero, Ferdinando; Lucarella, Francesco Antonio (2018)
    SCIRES-IT- SCIentific RESearch and Information Technology is an eco-sustainable Open Access Journal providing an international forum for the exchange and sharing of know-how in the areas of Digitalization and Multimedia Technologies and Information & Communication Technology in support of Cultural and environmental Heritage documentation, preservation and fruition. It combines the main principles of the Berlin Declaration on Open Access with the aims of the International Convention on Biologi...

    Representing rural heritage: an Educational, Electronic and Enhancement Approach

    Comollo, Ugo; Roccasalva, Giuseppe; Zich, Ursula (2016)
    The essay describes how an heterogeneous set of data can become a planning tool for understanding and sharing information with public institutions and stakeholders; in particular the article refers to an integrated approach to surveying rural buildings heritage in the City of Volpiano (a small town close to Turin, Italy).

    PALLADIOlibrary – A growing virtualization project to understand Andrea Palladio’s works

    Beltramini, Guido; Gaiani, Marco (2018)
    In this paper we introduced the topic of virtualization of Information System related to Architectural Heritage in the age of Information Technology. The case of PALLADIOLibrary and its interface Andrea Palladio - 3D geodatabase, a comprehensive Information System about the architect Andrea Palladio and his work is introduced. The new system, gathering the legacy of a systematic and clearly defined original system based on an evident and effective virtualization process, it allows to provide ...

    Editorial. Digital Heritage into Practice

    Pescarin, Sofia (2016)
    DigitalHeritage is an International Congress that federates, since 2013, several workshops, seminars and conferences. As part of this Congress, an Expo is organised where the scientific research in the digital heritage domain is applied to projects and case studies, thus becoming a space for demonstration and discussion. This paper presents an overview on this field. trying to propose a vision on today scenario and suggesting directions on the future, connected to positive results and potenti...

    Application of satellite images for detection of illegal excavation in Puglia (Italy)

    Fabrizio, Fabio (2018)
    The research was conducted on the whole region of Puglia (South of Italy), with particular attention to areas of Tavoliere - Foggia (Arpi, Salapia, Siponto). The purpose is to provide an overview on the phenomenon of illegal excavations in Apulia through consultation, photo-interpretation, georeferencing systematic aerial photographs, historical and recent, and satellite images. In particular, the systematic work of photo-interpretation was carried out on strips of historical aerial photo, or...
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