Parametrické 3D rekonstrukce v archeologii – nevyužitý koncept?

Title in English Parametric 3D reconstructions in arachaeology - unused concept?


Year of publication 2021
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description The paper deals with the issue of interpretation of settlement structures with the help of given parameters. From the point of view of archeology, each fragment is a variable with a different weight, which allows interpretation. Because archaeological data is entropic, it seems more than likely that only one correct interpretation does not exist. We are always affected degree of probability and accidental preservation. What does it bring us? Archaeological interpretation is de-facto mathematical in this context mathematical formula, where individual variables enter the resultant at based on empirical knowledge. This pattern is variable and especially in the case of housing estates archeology is relatively difficult to grasp, mainly due to its scope. It exists a large number of interpretations, especially in the archeology of the so-called "not found". And it is in this environment that it is possible to use a relatively old parametric concept 3D modeling - a method that allows you to describe patterns that interpret the form eg historic buildings.

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