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Hyperspectral imaging for heritage: from books to bricks

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In heritage science one important line of enquiry is the pigmentation of an artefact. Imaging methods have been developed for this purpose and have had success in the investigation of colourants. In particular a great deal of information has been gained by looking at the spectra outside of the visible region, however, visible and near infrared hyperspectral imaging (VNIR HSI) equipment has been developed at a price point that could see widespread use across heritage institutions. This thes...

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University of Oxford
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As part of the Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage, and Archaeology Centre for Doctoral Training (SEAHA CDT)
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MSc by Research
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Masters
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University of Oxford
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2022-06-24

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