Digital archiving of archaeological remains using X-ray CT

Akio Doi, Kenji Ono

研究成果: 著書/レポートタイプへの貢献会議での発言

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Various applications have been found for the ability to use computers to display the shape of archaeological objects, such as earthenware vessels, earthenware figurines and stone vessels. These applications include the technology used for creating survey maps, making precise measurements, preparing replicas and creating web content. However, since surface measurements are commonly conducted using lasers or with the stylus method, it is difficult to measure complex surfaces, internal configurations, thicknesses and volumes. In the present research, with regard to easily breakable earthenware vessels, earthenware figurines and stone vessels, we propose a method for easy storing of accurate 3D data obtained with an industrial X-ray computed tomography (CT) device. The 3D surface image obtained can be used for measuring the thickness and volume of earthenware vessels, for reproducing their shapes by using polygons, and for constructing high-resolution surface models. The present method has been utilized for measurements of actual archaeological objects, for the preparation of duplicates (replicas), and for the creation of web content, and its effectiveness has been verified.

元の言語英語
ホスト出版物のタイトルSelected Topics in Applied Computer Science - 10th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer Science, ACS'10
ページ204-209
ページ数6
出版物ステータス出版済み - 12 1 2010
イベント10th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer Science, ACS'10 - Iwate, 日本
継続期間: 10 4 201010 6 2010

出版物シリーズ

名前International Conference on Applied Computer Science - Proceedings
ISSN(印刷物)1792-4863

その他

その他10th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer Science, ACS'10
日本
Iwate
期間10/4/1010/6/10

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Tomography
X rays
Surface measurement
Lasers

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Computer Science (miscellaneous)

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Doi, A., & Ono, K. (2010). Digital archiving of archaeological remains using X-ray CT. : Selected Topics in Applied Computer Science - 10th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer Science, ACS'10 (pp. 204-209). (International Conference on Applied Computer Science - Proceedings).

Digital archiving of archaeological remains using X-ray CT. / Doi, Akio; Ono, Kenji.

Selected Topics in Applied Computer Science - 10th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer Science, ACS'10. 2010. p. 204-209 (International Conference on Applied Computer Science - Proceedings).

研究成果: 著書/レポートタイプへの貢献会議での発言

Doi, A & Ono, K 2010, Digital archiving of archaeological remains using X-ray CT. : Selected Topics in Applied Computer Science - 10th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer Science, ACS'10. International Conference on Applied Computer Science - Proceedings, pp. 204-209, 10th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer Science, ACS'10, Iwate, 日本, 10/4/10.
Doi A, Ono K. Digital archiving of archaeological remains using X-ray CT. : Selected Topics in Applied Computer Science - 10th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer Science, ACS'10. 2010. p. 204-209. (International Conference on Applied Computer Science - Proceedings).
Doi, Akio ; Ono, Kenji. / Digital archiving of archaeological remains using X-ray CT. Selected Topics in Applied Computer Science - 10th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer Science, ACS'10. 2010. pp. 204-209 (International Conference on Applied Computer Science - Proceedings).
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