Three-Dimensional Documentation of Architecture and Archaeology in the Field : Combining Intensive Total Station Drawing and Photogrammetry. / Pakkanen, Jari.

Constructing Monuments, Perceiving Monumentality and the Economics of Building: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to the Built Environment. ed. / Ann Brysbaert; Victor Klinkerberg; Anna Gutiérrez Garcia-M.; Irini Vikatou. Leiden : Sidestone Press, 2018. p. 117-140.

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Three-Dimensional Documentation of Architecture and Archaeology in the Field : Combining Intensive Total Station Drawing and Photogrammetry. / Pakkanen, Jari.

Constructing Monuments, Perceiving Monumentality and the Economics of Building: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to the Built Environment. ed. / Ann Brysbaert; Victor Klinkerberg; Anna Gutiérrez Garcia-M.; Irini Vikatou. Leiden : Sidestone Press, 2018. p. 117-140.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Pakkanen, J 2018, Three-Dimensional Documentation of Architecture and Archaeology in the Field: Combining Intensive Total Station Drawing and Photogrammetry. in A Brysbaert, V Klinkerberg, A Gutiérrez Garcia-M. & I Vikatou (eds), Constructing Monuments, Perceiving Monumentality and the Economics of Building: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to the Built Environment. Sidestone Press, Leiden, pp. 117-140.

APA

Pakkanen, J. (2018). Three-Dimensional Documentation of Architecture and Archaeology in the Field: Combining Intensive Total Station Drawing and Photogrammetry. In A. Brysbaert, V. Klinkerberg, A. Gutiérrez Garcia-M., & I. Vikatou (Eds.), Constructing Monuments, Perceiving Monumentality and the Economics of Building: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to the Built Environment (pp. 117-140). Leiden: Sidestone Press.

Vancouver

Pakkanen J. Three-Dimensional Documentation of Architecture and Archaeology in the Field: Combining Intensive Total Station Drawing and Photogrammetry. In Brysbaert A, Klinkerberg V, Gutiérrez Garcia-M. A, Vikatou I, editors, Constructing Monuments, Perceiving Monumentality and the Economics of Building: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to the Built Environment. Leiden: Sidestone Press. 2018. p. 117-140

Author

Pakkanen, Jari. / Three-Dimensional Documentation of Architecture and Archaeology in the Field : Combining Intensive Total Station Drawing and Photogrammetry. Constructing Monuments, Perceiving Monumentality and the Economics of Building: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to the Built Environment. editor / Ann Brysbaert ; Victor Klinkerberg ; Anna Gutiérrez Garcia-M. ; Irini Vikatou. Leiden : Sidestone Press, 2018. pp. 117-140

BibTeX

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