Margaret Serpico

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This paper brings together a team of specialists in optical metrology, museum curation, collection digitization and 3D development to describe and illustrate by example a method for the selection of the most suitable camera views, vantage viewpoints, from a large image dataset intended for metric 3D artefact reconstruction. The presented approach is capable(More)
* Received 18 July 2002; accepted 7 November 2002. † Present address: Organic Geochemistry Unit, Biogeochemistry Research Centre, School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, Cantock’s Close, Bristol, BS8 1TS, UK. © University of Oxford, 2003 Blackwell Publishing Ltd Oxford, UK ARCH rchaeometry 0003-813X © Univ rsity of Oxford, 2003 ugust 2003 45 31 IGINAL(More)
As childhood obesity increases, it is becoming important to understand the complications of obesity in children and develop novel biomarkers. Evidence indicates that microRNAs (miRNA) are dys-regulated in obesity and may serve as sensitive and specific circulating biomarkers. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a complication of obesity that(More)
This article reports on a successful project for 3D imaging research, digital applications, and use of new technologies in the museum. The article will focus on the development and implementation of a viable workflow for the production of high-quality 3D models of museum objects, based on the 3D laser scanning and photogrammetry of selected ancient Egyptian(More)
In this paper a comparison between experimental and numerical data around two dimensional de ected Hermes elevon con gurations, in wind tunnel conditions, has been discussed. The available experimental data are compared with the numerical results obtained with di erent state-of-the-art hypersonic Navier Stokes codes, in order to make a code-code and a(More)
Cosmological black holes (CBH), i.e. black holes with masses larger than 10 M⊙, have been proposed as possible progenitors of galaxy voids (Stornaiolo 2002). The presence of a CBH in the central regions of a void should induce significant gravitational lensing effects and in this paper we discuss such gravitational signatures using simulated data. These(More)
The first observation of a large region of universe not containing any visible matter was made in 1981 by Kirshner et al.1. Starting from the discovery of this huge void (about 80Mpc in diameter) of matter in Boötes, galaxy surveys analysis showed that a considerable fraction of the volume of the universe is occupied by empty regions containing only few(More)
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