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Advanced Technologies for Historical Cities Visualization

Andrea Giordano, Kristine Love Huffman


We have arrived at a time for deepening the scholarly analysis of documents that validate and/or reveal urban circumstances. Traditional methodologies of architectural and urban history must remain the foundation of digital approaches because the study of a city will always necessitate scholarly decryption of information and visual sources that connect them to their broader context. For this reason, iconographic and textual documents in archives and libraries – primary data of exceptional value not only from an historical point of view, but also for interpretative inflections – can now be embedded as a part of the new scientificmethodological practice that digital applications offer.



Cities Visualization; Interoperability; Virtual City

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Registration at L'Aquila Law Court no 3/15 on 29th June, 2015.
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