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Application of ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) roots to determine erosion rates in mountain torrents
Abstract Due to the effect of global change, the potential risk of natural hazards occurring in alpine areas is expected to increase to an even higher risk-level than has been recorded during theExpand
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Rockfall and snow avalanche impacts leave different anatomical signatures in tree rings of juvenile Larix decidua.
Rockfall and snow avalanche events often cause injury to European larch (Larix decidua Mill.) trees, giving rise to the formation of callus tissue and tangential rows of traumatic resin ducts (TRDs).Expand
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Rockfall and snow avalanche impacts leave different anatomical signatures in tree rings of juvenile Larix decidua
Rockfall and snow avalanche events often cause injury to European larch (Larix decidua Mill.) trees, giving rise to the formation of callus tissue and tangential rows of traumatic resin ductsExpand
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Newspaper page decomposition using a split and merge approach
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We present our approach to an automatic page decomposition algorithm developed for the First International Newspaper Segmentation Contest. Expand
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Changes in Wood Anatomy in Tree Rings of Pinus pinaster Ait. Following Wounding by Flash Floods
Abstract This paper analyzes the anatomical response of Pinus pinaster Ait. following wounding by flash floods. A total of 14 wood samples were taken from 14 different scarred trees located on theExpand
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Analysis of synthetic document images
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This paper advocates a new approach for logical structure recovery by means of document recognition techniques that operate on synthetic images, such as those rendered by a PostScript interpreter. Expand
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Wood anatomical changes in roots of European ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) after exposure
Global changes have distinct influence on fluvial processes in torrents causing erosion on slopes and riverbanks even in forested areas. Continuous as well as discontinuous erosion of riverbanksExpand
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Web-based cooperative document understanding
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The paper presents ongoing work on the design of a Web-based framework for cooperative document understanding. Expand
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Configuration REcognition Model for Complex Reverse Engineering Methods: 2(CREM)
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This paper describes 2(CREM), a recognition method to be applied on documents with complex structures allowing incremental learning in an interactive environment. Expand
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Using XML in Document Recognition
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In document recognition, the problem of data representation turns up over and over again. Expand
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