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Methodological Development Related Publications

2013

  • Coolen, J.; Fera, M.; Doneus, M.; Grillmayer, E. (2013): Using barcode, tablet PC and smartphone technology for archaeological field surveys. In: W. Neubauer, I. Trinks, R. B. Salisbury and C. Einwögerer (Eds.): Archaeological Prospection. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Archaeological Prospection. Wien, Austria, 29.05.-02.06.2013. Wien: Verl. der Österr. Akad. d. Wiss., S. 195–196.
  • Doneus, M. (2013): Die hinterlassene Landschaft - Prospektion und Interpretation in der Landschaftsarchäologie. Wien: Verl. der Österr. Akad. d. Wiss. (Mitteilungen der Prähistorischen Kommission, 78).
  • Doneus, M.; Doneus, N.; Briese, C.; Pregesbauer, M.; Mandlburger, G.; Verhoeven, G. (2013): Airborne Laser Bathymetry - Detecting and recording submerged archaeological sites from the air. In: Journal of Archaeological Science (40), S. 2136–2151. DOI: 10.1016/j.jas.2012.12.021.
  • Doneus, M.; Verhoeven, G.; Karel, W.; Briese, C.; Pfeifer, N.; Ressl, C. (2013): Towards an automated georeferencing and orthorectification of archaeological aerial photographs. In: W. Neubauer, I. Trinks, R. B. Salisbury and C. Einwögerer (Eds.): Archaeological Prospection. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Archaeological Prospection. Wien, Austria, 29.05.-02.06.2013. Wien: Verl. der Österr. Akad. d. Wiss., S. 380–382.
  • Verhoeven, G.; Sevara, C.; Karel, W.; Briese, C.; Doneus, M.; Ressl, C. (submited): Undistorting the past – New techniques for orthorectification of archaeological aerial frame imagery. In: F. Vermeulen and C. Corsi (Eds.): Good practise in archaeological diagnostic.
  • Verhoeven, G.; Docter, R. (2013): The amphitheatre of Carnuntum – Towards a complete 3D model using airborne Structure from Motion and dense image matching. In: W. Neubauer, I. Trinks, R. B. Salisbury and C. Einwögerer (Eds.): Archaeological Prospection. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Archaeological Prospection. Wien, Austria, 29.05.-02.06.2013. Wien: Verl. der Österr. Akad. d. Wiss., S. 438–440.

2012

  • Neubauer, W.; Doneus, M.; Trinks, I.; Verhoeven, G.; Hinterleitner, A.; Seren, S.; Löcker, K. (2012): Long-term Integrated Archaeological Prospection at the Roman Town of Carnuntum/Austria. In: P. Johnson and M. Millett (Eds.): Archaeological Survey and the City. Oxford: Oxbow (Monograph Series, No. 2), S. 202–221.
  • Verhoeven, G. (2012): Methods of visualisation. In: H. G. M. Edwards and P. Vandenabeele (Eds.): Analytical Archaeometry. Selected Topics. Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry, S. 3–48.
  • Verhoeven, G. (2012): Rethinking the Spectrum – The Digital (R)Evolution in Archaeological Aerial Reconnaissance. In: P. Johnson and M. Millett (Eds.): Archaeological Survey and the City. Oxford: Oxbow (Monograph Series, No. 2), S. 45–67.
  • Verhoeven, G.; Doneus, M.; Briese, C.; Vermeulen, F. (2012): Mapping by matching: a computer vision-based approach to fast and accurate georeferencing of archaeological aerial photographs. In: Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (7), S. 2060–2070. DOI: 10.1016/j.jas.2012.02.022.
  • Zlinszky, A.; Mücke, W.; Lehner, H.; Briese, C.; Pfeifer, N. (2012): Categorizing Wetland Vegetation by Airborne Laser Scanning on Lake Balaton and Kis-Balaton, Hungary. In: Remote Sensing - Open Access Journal 4 (6), S. 1617–1650. DOI: 10.3390/rs4061617.
  • Neubauer, W. (2012): Virtual archaeology - state of the art and up-today definition of the discipline. In: The First International Conference «Virtual Archaeology-2012«. Program and abstracts. Saint-Petersburg (Russian Federation), 04.-06.06.2012, S. 10. Abstract and lecture.

2011

  • Bollmann, E.; Sailer, R.; Briese, C.; Stötter, J.; Fritzmann, P. (2011): Potential of airborne laser scanning for geomorphologic feature and process detection and quantifications in high alpine mountains. In: Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie (55, Suppl. 2), S. 86–104. DOI: 10.1127/0372-8854/2011/0055S2-0047.
  • Ch’ng, E.; Chapman, H.; Gaffney, V.; Murgatroyd, P.; Gaffney, C.; Neubauer, W. (2011): From Sites to Landscapes: How Computing Technology Is Shaping Archaeological Practice. In: COMPUTER 44 (7), S. 40–46. Online available at http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=5871564&tag.
  • Doneus, M.; Briese, C. (2011): Airborne Laser Scanning in Forested Areas - Potential and Limitations of an Archaeological Prospection Technique. In: D. Cowley (Ed.): Remote Sensing for Archaeological Heritage Management. Proceedings of the 11th EAC Heritage Management Symposium, Reykjavik, Iceland, 25.-27.03.2010. Budapest: Archaeolingua; EAC (Occasional Publication of the Aerial Archaeology Research Group, 3), S. 53–76.
  • Doneus, M.; Verhoeven, G.; Fera, M.; Briese, C.; Kucera, M.; Neubauer, W. (2011): From deposit to point cloud – A study of low-cost computer vision approaches for the straightforward documentation of archaeological excavations. In: Geoinformatics 6 (XXIIIrd International CIPA Symposium), S. 81–88. Online available at http://geoinformatics.fsv.cvut.cz/pdf/geoinformatics-fce-ctu-2011-06.pdf.
  • Doneus, M.; Verhoeven, G.; Fera, M.; Briese, C.; Kucera, M.; Neubauer, W. (2011): From deposit to point cloud – A study of low-cost computer vision approaches for the straightforward documentation of archaeological excavations. In: XXIIIrd CIPA Symposium - Proceedings. Prague, Czech Republic, 12.-16.09.2011.
  • Verhoeven, G. (2011): Taking Computer Vision Aloft. In: 31st EARSeL Symposium. Remote Sensing and Geoinformation not only for Scientific Cooperation. Prague, Czech Republic, 30 May-2 June 2011. Symposium Program and Abstract Book. EARSeL, S. 113. Abstract and lecture.
  • Verhoeven, G.; Doneus, M. (2011): Mapping by matching - A computer vision-based approach to fast and accurate georeferencing of archaeological aerial photographs. In: Ambitions and Realities. Remote Sensing for Archaeology, Research and Conservation (AARG 2011). Institute of Prehistory, Adam Mickiewicz University. Poznań, S. 18–19. Abstract and lecture.
  • Verhoeven, G.; Taelman, D.; Vermeulen, F. (2011): When Helikite Aerial Photography and Computer Vision Meet – Mapping the Ancient Roman Quarry Site of Pitaranha. ISPRS Working Group V/2 Conference. Cultural Heritage Data Acquisition and Processing (King’s Manor, York, United Kingdom). Programme and Abstracts. S. 25. Abstract and lecture.