This is the IBISA project ("ibisa")
IBISA stands for "Image-Based Identification/Search for Archaeology". It is free software aiming to manage collections of photos of archaeological objects and find similarities between these objects by means of a simple graphical user interface and specific algorithms. The software is a testbed for experimenting such algorithms. It is related to a research project initiated by Sylvain Marchand from LaBRI, university of Bordeaux 1, France. Here is the Web page of the project (in French): http://dept-info.labri.fr/~sm/Projets/IBISA/
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