Interactive Reconstruction of Archaeological Fragments in a Collaborative Environment
The automatic reassembling of archaeological artefacts from a collection of fragments is a crucial problem in archaeology. It is arduous and time-consuming because the available information, in the form of fragments, is limited and "noisy". Previous research to assist in reassembly of artefacts has largely focused on either pattern-recognition or augmented-visualisation based perspectives. This paper presents a computer-aided and collaborative system for the reconstruction of archaeological...[Show more]
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