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Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage
We present a review of recent techniques for performing geometric analysis in cultural heritage applications, targeting the broad community of researchers and practitioners in cultural heritage computing. The problems considered include shape perception enhancement, restoration and preservation support, monitoring over time, object interpretation, and collection analysis. All of these problems typically rely on an understanding of the structure of the shapes in question at both a local anddoi:10.2312/gch.20141310 fatcat:chop5g327fhspl6pvji3h72kci