Christian Menard

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This paper presents an application of 3d-reconstruction and graph theory in the eld of archaeology. The clas-sication and reconstruction of ancient pots and vessels out of fragments (so-called sherds) is an important aspect of archaeological research work. Up to now this is a time consuming, inaccurate, and subjective task which leads to tons of unclassied(More)
As part of a survey of fish diseases, lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) were collected in fall 1995 from the St. Lawrence River 15 km upstream of Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, to assess the prevalence of liver lesions. A total of 141 fish were captured and necropsied, and three standard sections of liver were taken for histological examination.(More)