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Colloquium

July 30, 2014, 14:15h

Colloquium: Scientific Computing for the Humanities

"Applications of Part-Structured Models to Handwritten Document Analysis" 

Prof. Nicholas R. Howe
Clark Science Center, Smith College (USA)

 

IWR • Im Neuenheimer Feld 368 • Room 532 • 69120 Heidelberg

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Colloquium: Scientific Computing for the Humanities - Applications of Part-Structured Models to Handwritten Document Analysis -
2014-07-30
time: 14:15
location: INF 368, Room 532
Prof. Nicholas R. Howe
Clark Science Center, Smith College, USA

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