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The purpose of this paper is to present a description and current state of the “ROMA” (Reconhecimento Óptico de Música Antiga or Ancient Music Optical Recognition) Project that consists on building an application, for the recognition and restoration specialised in ancient music manuscripts (from XVI to XVIII century). This project, beyond the inventory of(More)
With increasing computer power, the modelling tools for water resources, nowadays, not only integrate physical-based transport models with biogeochemical process models, but also couple surface water body models, groundwater models and hydrographic basin models. This paper describes how the MOHID water modelling system achieves the mentioned integration(More)
This paper presents a practical sequence to study sand grains at the macroscopical scale. The approach consists of two mains phases, the recognition of the grains and the assessment of some of its characteristics. The method is validated on the dimensional features by comparison with a sieving procedure through the analysis of eight large sand samples of(More)
Semicontinuous cultures of Scenedesmus obliquus in artificial wastewater, recycled into proteins about 33% and 25% of the dissolved nitrogen missing from the medium 24 h after harvesting 50% and 70% of the culture, and replacing the volume harvested with fresh medium. The residual dissolved nitrogen concentrations were 25% and 43% of the initial,(More)