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Art. 07 – Vol. 21 – No. 3 – 2011

Algoritmms for  2D reconstruction  for the medieval fortress and ancient cities; study case – medieval fortress from Transylvania

Dragoş Nicolau, Dragoş Barbu,  Laura Ciocoiu,  Dragoş Smada, Antonio Cohal, Ionuţ Petre, Valentin Răduţ
Institutul Naţional de Cercetare – Dezvoltare în Informatică, ICI – Bucureşti

Abstract: This paper presents the algorithms for image analysis, edge detection and  image  segmentation from old pictures in order to make the virtual 2D reconstruction.

Keywords: image analysis,  edge detection, image  segmentation,  old pictures, 2D virtual reconstruction

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