This paper presents a fist attempt to treat terrestrial laser-scanner (TLS) data as topographic surfaces of a coinscape (i.e. landscape of a coin), with the employ of processing techniques classically used in remote sensing. Moreover, it provides a method for simulating surface smoothing due to a prolonged circulation, starting from a very well preserved ancient roman medal from the Correr Museum in Venice (Italy).

Bitcoin? Why not? Linee di approccio remoto ai “passaggi monetali” / De Guio, Armando; Magnini, Luigi. - 14:(2019), pp. 203-233.

Bitcoin? Why not? Linee di approccio remoto ai “passaggi monetali”

Luigi Magnini
2019-01-01

Abstract

This paper presents a fist attempt to treat terrestrial laser-scanner (TLS) data as topographic surfaces of a coinscape (i.e. landscape of a coin), with the employ of processing techniques classically used in remote sensing. Moreover, it provides a method for simulating surface smoothing due to a prolonged circulation, starting from a very well preserved ancient roman medal from the Correr Museum in Venice (Italy).
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Bitcoin? Why not? Linee di approccio remoto ai “passaggi monetali” / De Guio, Armando; Magnini, Luigi. - 14:(2019), pp. 203-233.
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