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546. Luca Rastrelli, 28 Sep 2016 07:34:13, eng
Computerising Archaelogy
How to read an old scroll without opening it
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Computer imaging techniques are commonly used to preserve and share readable manuscripts, but capturing writing locked away in ancient, deteriorated documents poses an entirely different challenge. 

In a paper just published in Science Advances, a team led by William Seales, a computer scientist at the University of Kentucky, describe how they have managed to read one of the charred scrolls without having to open it—or, indeed, to touch it at all.

http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/2/9/e1601247.abstract

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