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Archive for December, 2010

PHOV: Revitalising your World

Friday, December 24th, 2010

Those of you who have been following our research team know, that we have been working hard on automatic digitalisation of three-dimensional objects and scenes for about a year now. We have had interesting results for some time, but have never reached the perfection required for a stable three-dimensional representation. Some argued that there is [...]

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XFig and LaTeX

Sunday, December 12th, 2010

XFig is a nice utility to generate figures for your text. When inserting a figure to Latex, sometimes one would like to include various latex specific typesetting, like i.e. math environment. The conversion is achieved fairly simple: just call: fig2eps sample.fig. The resulting eps file has the text already formatted in a way to match [...]

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