This paper presents a method for carrying out integrated, multidimensional and multiscale digital survey as well as for undertaking an analysis of a local area in all its complexity. The method belongs to the Renaissance tradition of ‘measurement’, which has been updated using survey and investigative tools based on the latest technology. A concrete example of this method is presented regarding experimental study carried out in the Pompei area, which confirms the general validity of the research and defines a reference model which can be used in other contexts, either in its entirety or by means of the protocols adopted during specific parts of the research.

Geometry and measurement between tradition and innovation

PISCITELLI, Manuela;GAMBARDELLA, Carmine
2010

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This paper presents a method for carrying out integrated, multidimensional and multiscale digital survey as well as for undertaking an analysis of a local area in all its complexity. The method belongs to the Renaissance tradition of ‘measurement’, which has been updated using survey and investigative tools based on the latest technology. A concrete example of this method is presented regarding experimental study carried out in the Pompei area, which confirms the general validity of the research and defines a reference model which can be used in other contexts, either in its entirety or by means of the protocols adopted during specific parts of the research.
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