In this paper the repeatability and reproducibility of the traditional method for pottery prole detection is compared with those of a new automatic approach. The traditional method usually implied some unreliabilities regarding measurement. The proposed one intends to shorten them estimating proles algorithmically, through a high-density model of the sherd. Archaeologists describe fragments features taking into account particular criteria. They are considered in this work, allowing a comparison between the two methods. Results are analyzed and critically discussed.

Repeatability and reproducibility of a new method for pottery profile detection of 3D scanned archaeological fragments

L. Di Angelo;P. Di Stefano;C. Pane
2015

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In this paper the repeatability and reproducibility of the traditional method for pottery prole detection is compared with those of a new automatic approach. The traditional method usually implied some unreliabilities regarding measurement. The proposed one intends to shorten them estimating proles algorithmically, through a high-density model of the sherd. Archaeologists describe fragments features taking into account particular criteria. They are considered in this work, allowing a comparison between the two methods. Results are analyzed and critically discussed.
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