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 RR-1768 : Interpretation of remotely sensed images in a context of multisensor fusion using a multi-specialist ...
First we present a typology of the multisensor fusion concepts involved, and we derive the consequences of modeling problems for objects, scene and strategy.
The proposed multi-specialist architecture generalizes the ideas of our previous work by taking into account the knowledge about sensors, the multiple viewing notion (shot), and the uncertainty and impresisi- on of models and data modeled with the possibility theory.
Three kinds of specialists are present in the architecture : generic specialists (scene and conflict), semantic objetc specialists and low level specialists.
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 George Dance the Younger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Aged 17, he was sent to Italy to prepare himself for an architectural career and joined his brother Nathaniel, who was studying painting in Rome.
With his brother Nathaniel, he was a founder member of the Royal Academy in 1768, professor of architecture from 1798 to 1805, and for a number of years the last survivor of the 40 original Academicians.
His last years were devoted to art rather than to architecture, and after 1798 his Academy contributions consisted solely of chalk portraits of his friends, 72 of which were engraved and published (1808-1814).
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 Rugby Architecture
The architecture and town plan of Rugby reflected British and American design trends not seen on the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee.
The architectural planning of the colony reflected the class of the people settling in the hills of Tennessee who knew popular architectural styles of the late nineteenth century.
A vernacular house of the plateau contrasted with the architecture of Rugby by its simplicity.
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 Neoclassical architecture
In architecture, neoclassicism was the dominant style in Europe during 1750s-1850s, marked by the imitation of Greco-Roman forms.
Classical architectural models were adapted or referenced in a range of architectural forms, including churches, arches, temple, house, terraces, garden monuments and interior designs.
The architectural impact of the Picturesque was the new emphasis it placed on architecture as part of an environment.
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 The Architecture of Samogitian Wooden Churches   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Traditions that had formed over ages were developed in the church architecture of that time; at the same time it reflected the material culture and aesthetics of its epoch.
The architecture of Samogitian wooden churches of the period between 1830 and the end of the eight decade of the 19th century reflects the trends of romanticism.
The sources of their architectural solutions lie in wooden secular buildings fo the end of the 19th century-the beginning of the 20th century, to be more exact, in the resort buildings.
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 Caring For Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
People generally think of "architecture" in terms of buildings like houses, churches, and stores that are a familiar part of most landscapes.
Architectural conservators are familiar with both historic and modern building materials because both may be incorporated into a structure and require conservation.
An architectural conservator should also have a strong background in architectural history and an understanding of design principles and the construction process.
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 Catalogue 133: Architecture - Ars Libri Ltd
Rural Architecture; Being a Series of Designs for Rural and Other Dwellings, from the labourer’s cottage to the small villa and farm house with out-buildings, with descriptions of the plans, remarks on the materials used in their construction, and directions for the workmanship.
From its orgins to the emergence of Hellenesque and Romanesque architecture.
OF Architectural and Ornament Drawings of the 16th to the Early 19th Centuries.
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 Designed for Worship
He received his architectural degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1928, at the age of twenty-three.
Keeble began practicing architecture in Nashville, and in 1929 his association with architect and engineer Francis B. Warfield established the firm of Warfield and Keeble, which existed until 1944.
Strickland opened his own architectural firm and went on to design a large number of Philadelphia's public buildings, including the Merchants' Exchange, the Second Bank of the United States, and the restorations to Independence Hall.
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 George Dance the Younger   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Aged 17, he was sent to Italy to prepare himself for an architectural career andjoined his brother Nathaniel, who was studyingpainting in Rome.
With his brother Nathaniel, he was a founder member of the Royal Academy in 1768, professor of architecture from 1798 to 1805, and for a number of years the last survivor ofthe 40 original Academicians.
His last years were devoted to art rather than to architecture, andafter 1798 his Academy contributions consisted solely of chalk portraits of his friends, 72 of which were engraved and published(1808 - 1814).
www.therfcc.org /RFCC/george-dance-the-younger-117053.html   (237 words)

During the Renaissance, Danish architecture was dominated by the building of manor houses such as the 16th century Hesselagergaard and Egeskov, both on Funen.
In both castles the actual architectural expression, the decorative finish, was in the preferred Dutch Renaissance style, with lavish sandstone ornamentation on a red brick background.
Late Modernism’s refinement of Modern forms was seen, for instance, in Dissing+Weitling’s Art Gallery of Nordrhein-Westfalen in Düsseldorf (1986), the National Museum in Bahrain (1988) by the architects KHR AS, and The Grande Arche in the suburb La Défense in Paris (1989) by Johan Otto von Spreckelsen (1929- 1987).
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 AECasia - AECasia - Architecture Asia - Media - Media Zone   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Architecture Australia is the official national magazine of the RAIA, and features the latest architectural projects, and issues related to architectural practice and the profession
The resource for Architecture and Interior Design professionals, students, and corporate sector to interact, contribute and be concerned to the profession.
Innovative Architecture of Singapore is the first book to present a critical assessment of contemporary Singapore an architecture to the international architectural community.
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 Royal Academy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Royal Academy was formed to rival the Society of Artists after an unseemly leadership dispute between two leading architects, Sir William Chambers and James Paine.
Paine won, but Chambers vowed revenge and used his strong connections with the King to create a new artistic body, the Royal Academy, in 1768.
Its forty founder members, all admitted on 10 December 1768, included a father/daughter combination (George Michael Moser and Mary Moser) and two sets of brothers (George Dance the Younger and Nathaniel Dance-Holland, and Paul and Thomas Sandby).
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 Architecture from Rampant Scotland Directory
While Charles Rennie Mackintosh looms large, there are a number of other important aspects to architecture in Scotland, Glasgow becoming the UK City of Architecture and Design in 1999 being but one.
Architectural news and events from around Edinburgh and a list of all the architectural practices in the Edinburgh Architectural Association chapter area and a useful set of links - including the Scottish Building Regulations.
The various styles of architecture are discussed and there are photographs from 1907 of the inside of some of the buildings.
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 Architecture in Tennessee, 1768-1897 by Patrick, James
Illustrated with 248 photographs and drawings of buildings, this book provides a history of the richness and diversity of the architecture in the state.
"A model of inclusiveness and scholarship, this study explores architecture from early forts of French explorers, circa 1768, to the Parthenon reconstructed for Tennessee's Centennial in 1897.
"A remarkable accumulation of Tennessee architecture and architectural lore.
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 French architecture - Antiquariaat W. De Goeij
The plates depict art nouveau architectural designs, exteriors and interiors, groundfloors are printed on the verso side of the plates.
Architectural description of the Palais du Commerce built by Dardel in 1853-1867, with the names of artists and craftsmen employed and details of materials used.
The most comprehensive manual on the academic classical architecture taught at the Ecole Nationale where Julien Guadet was Professor of Theory, from 1871 to his death in 1908.
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 Assignment Two Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
It is one of our finest examples of German architecture outside of the Moravian village of Salem.
The Hezekiah Alexander House was built in 1774 for the owner, a Scots-Irish Presbyterian who had moved to Mecklenburg County from Cecil County Maryland in 1767.
The square, hip-roofed block with two-tiered, pedimented portico is taken directly from one of Palladio copybooks.
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 The 1768 Country Inn
Today, 1768 Country Inn is a fully restored, charming, country inn with romantic colonial atmosphere, where you can enjoy the best of the past and the present.
Each room is individually decorated and has its own unique character, some with spectacular fireplaces, and hand - hewn beams - which vividly illustrates the architecture of the late sixteenth century construction.
Every morning enjoy a scrumptious breakfast, either in a beautiful sunroom, or in front of the oldest fireplace in the valley.
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 Stanford University Libraries: Art & Architecture Collections
Guides written for pilgrims or other travelers, and travelers' memoirs that include eye-witness descriptions of architectural monuments and art collections, can be of importance to art historians, particularly if the buildings have since been destroyed or altered and the art collections dispersed.
In cases in which the memoir had a powerful art-related effect on contemporary readers, it will be that much more interesting to the modern art historian.
Publications produced by architects to present their interpretations of architectural history and theory and, often, to advertise their own work and comment on the designs of their contemporaries.
www-sul.stanford.edu /depts/hasrg/art/rarecat.html   (789 words)

 1768 in architecture Definition / 1768 in architecture Research
1768 in architecture Definition / 1768 in architecture Research
also: 1767 in architecture, other events of 1768 Events January 9 - Philip Astley stages the first modern circus (London) May 10 - John Wilkes is imprisoned for writing an article for the North Briton severely criticizing King George III.
This action provokes rioting in London Secretary of State for colonies appointed in Britain Massachusetts Assembly dissolved for refusing to assist collection of taxes.
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 De Cuvillies (1695 - 1768) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Francois de Cuvillies began working for the Elector of Bavaria, Maximilian II Emanuel as a court dwarf at the age of eleven.
He later sent Cuvillies to Paris to study architecture, particularly the French Rococo style, under Francois Blondel.
Upon his return to Munich, Cuvillies was appointer court architect of Bavaria and was responsible for decorating staterooms at the Residenz and the Amalienberg pavilion at the Nymphenberg palace.
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 Architecture, Asherbooks Rare Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
First edition of the magnificent engraved architectural plates and brief description of Van Campen's famous Amsterdam City Hall, built primarily in the years 1648 to 1655 and used since 1808 as the Royal Palace of the Kings and Queens of the Netherlands.
Plate O (1 1/2 sheets that would measure 43 x 74.5 cm if assembled) shows the extraordinary cartographic mosaic floor of the Brugerzaal with its map of the world in 2 hemispheres (showing Tasman's recent discoveries in Australia and Tasmania, and depicting California as an island), with the northern celestial hemisphere between them.
A lovely collection of chromolithographs of the city, beaches, surroundings, architecture, sculpture, boats and traditional costumes of Ostende in Belgium, as well as many views of the bathing fashions of the time.
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 AllRefer.com - George Dance (Architecture, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Among his public buildings in London, the most important is the Mansion House (1739–52), an example of the neo-Palladian style.
In 1768 he became one of the four original members of the Royal Academy.
He was a powerful and inventive designer, as evidenced in his renowned Newgate Prison (1770–78).
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 Thomas Jefferson and Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Architecture lovers are in for a treat.Both Monticello and the University of Virginia’s Academical Village are on the UNESCO World Heritage List of fewer than 400 sites worldwide recognized for universal cultural value transcending political and geographic boundaries.
Edward Lay, Cary D. Langhorne Professor Emeritus of Architecture at the University of Virginia, is author of The Architecture of Jefferson Country and coauthor of A Virginia Family and Its Plantation Houses.
In addition to her interest in the architectural experience and achievements of Thomas Jefferson, she is a specialist in the architecture of colonial and early national America, with particular emphasis on the domestic architecture of early Virginia.
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 Browsing the inventory of Luis Porretta Fine Arts by catalog: Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
This original architectural lithograph is in very good condition, edges a little browned, fine detail, ground plan as well as artists rendition of finished building.
This engraving published in Paris in 1768 by Bellin is in very good condition, full borders, plate marks defined, folded as published, uncolored as published.
This lovely architectural engraving showing the ground plan of a Grecian property is in very good condition, full wide borders as published, plate marks defined, folded as published, later graceful hand-color.
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 1768 in architecture -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
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 Index of Architecture Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Architecture and Rural Life in Central Delaware, 1700-1900
Gender, Class, and Shelter: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, V (Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, No 5)
From designs for efficient work spaces to a concern for self-contained rooms for adolescent children, this fascinating story of the evolution of progressive farmers' homes sheds new light on rural America's efforts to adapt to major changes brought by industrialization, urbanization, the consolidation of capitalist agriculture, and the rise of the consumer society.
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 Integrated Architecture Tools from Rockwell Automation
The Sample Code Library site is a place to share best Integrated Architecture applications, including logic, HMI and drive.
This side-by-side comparison between Rockwell Automation's Integrated Architecture and a conventional approach demonstrates how data moves seamlessly from device to control to HMI to the business system.
The Integrated Architecture Value of One illustrates the benefits of Integrated Architecture: Scalable controllers, networks and HMI, using one control programming software package, one networking protocol, one HMI configuration software package and the information enabled attributes of the system across process, drive, motion and discrete control disciplines.
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