Alexandra Rasova

Alexandra Rasova
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava · Department of Theoretical Geodesy

PhD

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7
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Citations since 2017
6 Research Items
10 Citations
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Additional affiliations
August 2019 - September 2019
Center for Mesoamerican Studies
Position
  • GIS and surveying team member
Description
  • Surveying; GIS; data processing and data management in the project "Proyecto Arqueólogico Regional Uaxactún"
March 2019 - April 2019
Slovak archaeological and historical institute
Slovak archaeological and historical institute
Position
  • GIS team member
Description
  • GIS, surveying, photogrammetry processing; data integration and data management; cartography in the project SAHI - Tell Jokha
February 2018 - February 2020
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Education
September 2013 - January 2018
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Field of study
  • Geodesy and Cartography
September 2011 - June 2013
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Field of study
  • Geodesy and Cartography
September 2007 - June 2011
Brno University of Technology
Field of study
  • Geodesy and Cartography

Publications

Publications (7)
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This paper reports on the progress in the field of total viewshed computation, which was made by the joint efforts of several Slovak and Czech research institutions. The result of the project is eight total viewsheds calculated for the whole territory of Bohemia (57,000 km2) with a relatively high resolution (grid from 5 × 5 to 320 × 320 m, visibil...
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The Monuments Board of the Slovak Republic (MB SR) and the Regional Monuments Boards have been the state administrators of the cultural heritage, including archaeology, since 2002. This article aims to map the current state of archaeological digital archives within MB SR and eight Regional Monuments Boards, as well as present the usage and manageme...
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The archeological project SAHI – Tell Jokha continued in 2019 after the successful 2016 and 2017 seasons. This joint Slovak-Iraqi enterprise consists of the archaeological excavations and scientific evaluation of the ancient Sumerian city of Umma, now known as Tell Jokha. It is one of the greatest achievements of Slovak archaeology and a shining ex...
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The effect of vegetation, so-called 'tree factor', is an issue that is often overlooked or not considered in visibility analysis. Partially, this is due to the lack of data that would express its changing characteristics, such as height, spatial extent or other properties. In this paper, we explore the possibilities of including the vegetation in t...
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Since 2016, one of the most important projects in the history of Slovak archaeology takes place in the Southern Mesopotamia. It is the archaeological project SAHI – Tell Jokha. This project is researching an important site where, according to the current state of scientific research, in the 3rd millennium BC, dominated Sumerian settlement. As far a...
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When combining spatial data from various sources, it is often important to determine similarity or identity of spatial objects. Besides the differences in geometry, representations of spatial objects are inevitably more or less uncertain. Fuzzy set theory can be used to address both modelling of the spatial objects uncertainty and determining the i...
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The determination of visibility within GIS is often treated as a Boolean phenomenon. The surface is classified into two classes—visible and invisible parts of surface. This classification is result of the algorithm that compares whether a point of interest rises above all points on a line of sight that can be constructed between a viewing point and...

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The expected contribution is mainly in the modeling of 3D objects considering their uncertainty, the creation of spatial models with appropriate level of detail, spatial objects identification based on similarity measures and aggregation of their spatial and thematic properties. The application field of geomodeling within the project is the protection of cultural, historical and natural heritage. The practical contribution will be the facilitation of the spatial data usage by end users by correct mathematical processing and appropriate visualization methods of these datasets.