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Tomography of lotus root
I created this video out of a measurement session in my lab at University of Helsinki. Enjoy!
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How to make black&white images look good
Grayscale pictures are very relevant, even in these highly digital days. One reason is that in print media it is much cheaper to publish images in monochrome rather than in colour. Another reason is the human visual system where, roughly … Continue reading
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Basic Principles of Mathematical Programming
Creating new mathematical algorithms can be fun and very rewarding. When all goes well, that is. Anyone who has taken a shot at mathematical programming knows how frustrating it is to debug programs crashing with obscure error messages or producing … Continue reading
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