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        Archaeological Algorithms

        Archeologists have conserved badly damaged texts and scrolls, hoping advances in technology would allow them to be read someday. Scientists from the University of Kentucky have developed a technique that virtually unwraps a damaged scroll and identifies text within it. Annalee Newitz, the tech culture editor at arstechnica.com, describes the technique and its possible uses in fields other than archeology.

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