A movie’s success is usually measured by how much money it makes and how many awards it receives. However, this metric is flawed on several levels, not least… Read more »
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Unveiling the invisible – mathematical methods for restoring and interpreting illuminated manuscripts
When an old painting shows signs of decay, most people’s instinct would be to restore it, so as to bring it closer to how it originally looked like. However, some… Read more »
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