Space and time scaling issues in data management: the virtual restitution of Cluniac heritage

Abstract : Recent research projects led in Cluny have focused on interoperability issues between computer-aided design (CAD) and geographic information system (GIS). In one of these projects, the Gunzo project went through a complete digital restitution of what was the largest church in the world during five centuries. In another project, a 3D GIS of the Cluny region was set up and led to the idea of designing an online historical and archaeological 3D database. This involves the development of time-based 3D data management functionalities in which both CAD and GIS could exchange information. Thanks to the close collaboration between interdisciplinary fields, the team managed to formulate the basis of a joint workflow. These steps are promising and could meet in the future this long-time dream of the scientific community: to be able to tie together CAD and GIS models with temporality on a single georeferenced collaborative platform, so closely that it will be possible to navigate through the history of a city in 3D.
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Applied Geomatics, 2012, 6 (2), pp.71-79. 〈10.1007/s12518-012-0086-0〉
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Zoé Petty, Jérémie Landrieu, Jean-François Coulais, Christian Père, Osmond De Ganay. Space and time scaling issues in data management: the virtual restitution of Cluniac heritage. Applied Geomatics, 2012, 6 (2), pp.71-79. 〈10.1007/s12518-012-0086-0〉. 〈hal-01143434〉



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