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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 6810

Computer Image Analysis in the Study of Art
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Volume Number: 6810
Date Published: 18 March 2008
Softcover: 17 papers (200) pages
ISBN: 9780819469823

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Front Matter: Volume 6810
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Post-capture data analysis as an aid to the interpretation of ultraviolet-induced fluorescence images
Author(s): Giovanni Verri; Daniela Comelli; Sharon Cather; David Saunders; Francesca Piqué
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Deep shadows in a shallow box
Author(s): Xiang Huang; Ankit Mohan; Jack Tumblin
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Colour cluster analysis for pigment identification
Author(s): Kirk Martinez; Simon Goodall
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Color transplant for reverse ageing of faded artworks
Author(s): A. Del Mastio; A. Piva; M. Barni; V. Cappellini; L. Stefanini
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An investigation of multispectral imaging for the mapping of pigments in paintings
Author(s): Yonghui Zhao; Roy S. Berns; Lawrence A. Taplin; James Coddington
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Enhancement of overwritten text in the Archimedes Palimpsest
Author(s): Keith T. Knox
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Image analysis of Renaissance copperplate prints
Author(s): S. Blair Hedges
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Drawing tool recognition by stroke ending analysis
Author(s): Maria C. Vill; Robert Sablatnig
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Estimating the original drawing trace of painted strokes
Author(s): Martin Lettner; Robert Sablatnig
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Multifractal analysis and authentication of Jackson Pollock paintings
Author(s): Jim Coddington; John Elton; Daniel Rockmore; Yang Wang
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Recovering layers of brush strokes through statistical analysis of color and shape: an application to van Gogh's "Self portrait with grey felt hat"
Author(s): Morteza Shahram; David G. Stork; David Donoho
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Reflections on praxis and facture in a devotional portrait diptych: a computer analysis of the mirror in Hans Memling's Virgin and Child and Maarten van Nieuwenhove
Author(s): Silvio Savarese; Ron Spronk; David G. Stork; Andrey DelPozo
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Aberration analysis of the putative projector for Lorenzo Lotto's Husband and wife: image analysis through computer ray-tracing
Author(s): Dirk Robinson; David G. Stork
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Inferring illumination direction estimated from disparate sources in paintings: an investigation into Jan Vermeer's Girl with a pearl earring
Author(s): Micah K. Johnson; David G. Stork; Soma Biswas; Yasuo Furuichi
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Image analysis of paintings by computer graphics synthesis: an investigation of the illumination in Georges de la Tour's Christ in the carpenter's studio
Author(s): David G. Stork; Yasuo Furuichi
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Multispectral processing of combined visible and x-ray fluorescence imagery in the Archimedes palimpsest
Author(s): Derek Walvoord; Allison Bright; Roger L. Easton
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Global nonlinear compression of natural luminances in painted art
Author(s): Daniel J. Graham; David J. Field
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