Rosita Wachenchauzer

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" Back-to-front interference " , " bleeding " and " show-through " is the name given to the phenomenon found whenever documents are written on both sides of translucent paper and the print of one side is visible on the other one. The binarization of documents with back-to-front interference with standard algorithms yields unreadable documents. This paper(More)
F ollowing decades of political interference, Argentina has emerged with an accreditation process for the study of informatics. This article discusses forty-five years of political difficulties as they affected computer education in Argentina. Following this history, the article presents the current state of Argentinean informatics, presenting the standards(More)
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