Simon Brenner Publications

Cappa F., Piñar G., Brenner S., Frühmann B., Vetter W., Schreiner M., Engel P., Miklas H., Sterflinger K. (2022). The Kiev Folia: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Unravelling the Past of an Ancient Slavonic Manuscript. In: International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 167 (February): 105342.

Frisky A., Brenner S., Zambanini S., Sablatnig R. Color-Light Multi Cascade Network for Single Image Depth Prediction on One Perspective Artifact Images. In: Proceedings of the 17th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications – Volume 4: VISAPP, 909-916, 2022.

Brenner S., Schügerl L., Sablatnig R. (2021) Estimating Human Legibility in Historic Manuscript Images – A Baseline. In: Document Analysis and Recognition – ICDAR 2021. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 12823. Springer, Cham.

Brenner S., Sablatnig R. (2021) Subjective Assessments of Legibility in Ancient Manuscript Images – The SALAMI Dataset. In: Pattern Recognition. ICPR International Workshops and Challenges. ICPR 2021. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 12667. Springer, Cham.

Brenner S., Sablatnig R., Cappa F., Vetter W., Frühmann B., Schreiner M., Miklas H. “Virtual Conservation and Restoration via Multispectral Imaging and Spectroscopy”, Manuscript Research and Restoration – Proceedings 2019, pp.15-27, Russian Academy of Sciences Library, Saint Petersburg, 2020.

Römer C., Brenner S., Cappa F., Frühmann B., Hammerschmid E.-G., Schreiner M., “Recovering a 16th-century Ottoman document damaged by spilled ink,” Proceedings of the 7th international conference El‘Manuscript “Textual Heritage and Information Technologies” 2018, pp. 220-239, 2019.

Brenner S., Miklas H. “Multispectral Imaging of Degraded Manuscripts in the Ivan Vazov National Library in Plovdiv” Godišnik na Narodna biblioteka „Ivan Vazov“ (2014-2018), pp. 32-48, Plovdiv: NBIV, 2019.

Brenner S., Sablatnig R. “Lens Calibration for Focus Shift Correction in Close-Range Multispectral Imaging“, Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage, pp. 17-20, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina, November 2019.

Hollaus F., Brenner S., & Sablatnig R. “CNN based binarization of multispectral document images“, Proceedings of the International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR), pp. 533–538, 2019.

Brenner S., Sablatnig R. “On the Use of Artificially Degraded Manuscripts for Quality Assessment of Readability Enhancement Methods“, Proceedings of the OAGM Workshop, pp. 140-145, Steyr, Austria, May 2019.

Brenner S., Zambanini S., Sablatnig R. “An Investigation of Optimal Light Source Setups for Photometric Stereo Reconstruction of Historical Coins“, Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage, 2018

Miklas, H., Sablatnig, R., Brenner, S., Schreiner, M., Cappa, F., Piñar, G., Sterflinger, K. (2019). The Vienna Glagolitic Projects: Past and Presence. In: Rajko Nahtigal in 100 let slavistike na Univerzi v Ljubljani, Ljubljana, 22.–24. 3. 2018, Ljubljana, 63-80.

Razlighi B. D., Kampusch S., Geyer S. H., Hoang Le V., Thürk F., Brenner S., Szeles J. C., Weninger W. J. Kaniusas E. “In-Silico Ear Model Based on Episcopic Images for Percutaneous Auricular Vagus Nerve Stimulation,” 2018 EMF-Med 1st World Conference on Biomedical Applications of Electromagnetic Fields (EMF-Med), Split, 2018, pp. 1-2.

Brenner S., Zambanini S., Sablatnig R. “Detection of bomb craters in WWII aerial images“, Proceedings of the OAGM Workshop, pp. 94-97, Hall, Austria, May 2018.

Miklas H., Brenner S., R. Sablatnig (2017) “Multispectral photography for the digital restoration of ancient manuscripts: devices, methods and practical aspects of Historical computer science“. Istoričeskaja informatika no. 3, 116-134, 2017

Amor-Amorós A, Federico P., Miksch S., Zambanini S., Brenner S., Sablatnig R. “Visual Analytics for Multitemporal Aerial Image Georeferencing“. EuroVis Workshop on Visual Analytics (EuroVA), 2017.

Brenner S., Zambanini S., Sablatnig R. “Image Registration and Object Detection for Assessing Unexploded Ordnance Risks ‐ A Status Report of the DeVisOR Project“, Proceedings of the 2nd OAGM-ARW Joint Workshop, pp. 109-110, Vienna, Austria, May 2017.

Brenner S. “Projector-Based Textures for 3D-Printed Models – Tangible Molecular Visualization“. Master Thesis. TU Wien, 2015.