(ICOMOS, Saint-Mande, France,
4-6, VII, 1968)

(181 pages)

(out of stock/épuisé/agotado)

Sommaire / Summary

- L'histoire et la situation presente des applications de la photogrammetrie a l'architecture, par M. Carbonnell (a) (b) (bibl)

- Photogrammetric methods of measuring deformations in architecture, by P.E. Borchers

- Les exigences modernes de l'etude scientifique des monuments et d'une histoire technique de l'architecture. Interet des methodes photogrammetriques de releve, par R. de Vita

- Les besoins de l'architecte dans le domaine de la restauration des monuments et l'analyse des ensembles urbains ou naturels, par A.J. Donzet

- The role of photogrammetry in surveys of works of art endangered by extensive public works, by Cevat Erder

- Experiences dans l'application courante de la photogrammetrie au service des monuments historiques, par H. Foramitti

- Possibilites et interet d'un releve integral de la forme effective d'un monument avec toutes ses irregularites, par Jersy Gomoliszewski

- Apport de la photogrammetrie dans les travaux courants de la conservation, par M. Jirinec

- The importance of photogrammetric archives, by R.W. Mac Dowall

- Panorama des apports possibles de la photogrammetrie dans les differents champs d'etudes et de travaux de l'architecte possibilites et insuffisances, par J.P. Paquet

- Contribution a l'utilisation des collections de vieilles archives photogrammetriques de monuments par des moyens modernes, par R. Meyer

- Compte-rendu de la reunion / Summery report on the symposium par M. Carbonnell

- Resolutions / Recommendations

- Programme

- Liste des Participants

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