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Close-range imaging, long-range vision





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CONCLUSION
An Architectural Information System with the modules and
special archives provides the possibility for the comprehensive
documentation of architectural cultural heritage. The pictures
can be used for the documentation of pending and actual
damages on buildings and sculptures. The information system
will help the public to form a view on the development process
of their urban environment. The awareness for the importance
of the cultural heritage will be raised.
The documentation collected in the database will contain the
description of the status. That makes it possible for authorities
concerned to react fast on shown up. Database technology and
monitoring will allow also for change detection and revealing of
positive and negative trends in time.
3D city models as components of geographic information
systems provide for the integration of the vast and
heterogeneous data required in energy use patterns, social
statistics and utilities. This kind of information can be very
helpful for city administration.
Cultural heritage recording and documentation comprises a
wide field of objects, disciplines and technologies. Because of
those large diversities, every project is different. This makes the
task difficult. Co-operation between different scientific and
professional disciplines is necessary. On the other hand, these
requirements make it very challenging and rewarding to work in
this field.
REFERENCES
[1] Sanjuan, A..et all.. — Digital Photogrammetry Integration
Possibilities to Heritage Record by an Architectural
Information System, Proceedings of CIPA 2001
International Symposium, -Postdam, 18-20 September
2001.
[2] Toz, G. -Modellierung des ITU Kampus Geländes, in
Journal of Photogrammetrie Fernerkundung
Geoinformation, Jahrgang 1999,Heft 6, pp. 391-
[3] Gülersoy, Z., N., Tezer, A., Yigiter, R., Ahunbay, Z., —
Zeyrek a Study in Conservation, Istanbul Technical
University, Faculty of Architecture, Istanbul, 2001. Pp.
37-38.
[4] Giilersoy, Z., N., Assessment of the Conservation of
Historic Environment in Turkey in the Period of Five Year
Development Plans, Occasional Paper, ITU Faculty of
Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning Department,
Istanbul, 1991.
[5] Nour El Din, M., O., Al Khalil, Grussenmeyer, P., Koehl,
M., Building Reconstruction Based On Three-
Dimensional Photo-Models And Topologic Approaches,
The Mediterranean Surveyor in the New Millennium,
18-21 September 2000 - MALTA.
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