Tibor Lieskovský

Tibor Lieskovský
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava · Department of Theoretical Geodesy

PhD

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Z Hurbanova máme aj v prípade tlaku vzduchu k dispozícii poldruhastoročný údajový rad, datujúci sa od roku 1871, ktorý možno označiť za neobrúsený klenot slovenskej meteorológie a klimatológie. V tejto práci sme sa k danému radu pokúsili zostaviť čo najpodrobnejšiu metadátovú kolekciu, ktorá je vlastne zároveň historickým prehľadom hurbanovských me...
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LiDAR-derived digital elevation models (DEMs) have transformed the archaeological study of landscape features, broadened our technical capabilities, and enhanced the accuracy with which terrain relief is described. These models also place demands on how researchers and analysts interpret DEM content in the context of the modern landscape. LiDAR-bas...
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Title: The Archaeology of the Invisible: Cases of Non-Destructive Research in Archaeology *The book is in Slovak with English localized figures and summary The title of publication – Archaeology of the Invisible – refers to the fact that many archaeological sites are hidden under the surface and they are invisible for common sight. The sites – us...
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High-resolution Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) scanners provide detailed information on terrain surfaces, thus enabling the detection of the topographic signatures of historical anthropogenic landforms overgrown by trees or covered by the soil surface. This study aimed to examine the potential of incoming nationwide LiDAR data for detecting th...
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EN: In 2017, the Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Authority of the Slovak Republic started an airborne laser scanning (ALS) project of the Slovak Republic in order to create a new digital terrain model by 2023. Currently, the project passed its half and brings new opportunities even in the field of management of archaeological heritage protection....
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Human activities have shaped the environment since long before the advent of agriculture and resulted in anthropogenic landscapes, which are sometimes perceived as natural, but are clearly shaped by dozens of previous generations. This study is the first to apply ecological niche modelling on a long time-series of archaeological data to illuminate...
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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 article deals with the unfolding of rolled tin headbands from the Early Bronze Age with the support of computer vision techniques—generating panoramic images and point clouds, using either a structured light scanner or Structure from Motion photogrammetry. The accuracy in the unfolding of the artefacts was analysed by comparing the lengths dete...
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Airborne LiDAR produced large amounts of data for archaeological research over the past decade. Labeling this type of archaeological data is a tedious process. We used a data set from Pacunam LiDAR Initiative survey of lowland Maya region in Guatemala. The data set contains ancient Maya structures that were manually labeled, and ground verified to...
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Central and Eastern Europe has experienced fundamental land use changes since the collapse of socialism around 1990. We analyzeanalyzed the patterns and determinants of agricultural land abandonment and recultivation in Slovakia during the transition from a state-controlled economy to an open-market economy (1986 to 2000) and the subsequent accessi...
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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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Classic Maya civilization in detail Lidar (a type of airborne laser scanning) provides a powerful technique for three-dimensional mapping of topographic features. It is proving to be a valuable tool in archaeology, particularly where the remains of structures may be hidden beneath forest canopies. Canuto et al. present lidar data covering more tha...
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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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Physical accessibility is recognised as an important driver or factor affectinglandscape development in an increasing number of studies. This work uses cost-distance methods for analysis of landscape accessibility, and presents the analysis in three historical time periods focused on the effect of accessibility on landscape development in South Slo...
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Collectivization of agriculture (1950s–1970s) was one of the most important periods in landscape development in Slovakia. Traditionally managed agricultural landscapes, that covered more than half of the Slovak territory, were transformed into large-scale fields and only fragments of traditional agricultural landscapes survived. We mapped the remai...
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Archaeological predictive modelling unites spatial analysis and the methods of geographic information systems (GIS) up with spatial (landscape) archaeology. Archaeological predictive models (APM) are used in several academic and practical applications to model and verify archaeological hypotheses about the relationship between humans and the landsc...
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The development of urban agglomerations and human settlements brings increasing a pressure to effective protection and preservation of cultural and historical heritage. Geographic information systems could play here an important role, on the one hand to help register and manage approachable information about existing cultural and historical heri...

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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.