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Title 3D spatial morphological analysis of mound tombs based on LiDAR data
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  • Lin YANG
  • Yehua SHENG
  • Anping PEI
  • Yi WU
Abstract
1. Introduction 2. Study area 3. Data acquisition and processing 3.1. Data acquisition and registration 3.2. Data pre-processing
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Figure 11. Division of 12 tombs (tombs in one ellipse as one
family group).

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Abstract
1. Introduction
2. Study area
3. Data acquisition and processing
3.1. Data acquisition and registration
3.2. Data pre-processing

4. Spatial modality analysis of mound necropolis
4.1. Centripetalism of multi-tomb-one-mound
4.2. Spatial morphological analysis of clan-family pattern of multi-tomb-one-mound

5. Discussion and conclusions
Acknowledgements
Disclosure statement
Funding
ORCID
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