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**Stereological Estimation of Particle Shape and Orientation From Volume Tensors.** / H. Rafati, Ali; Ziegel, Johanna; Nyengaard, Jens Randel; Jensen, Eva B. Vedel.

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H. Rafati, A, Ziegel, J, Nyengaard, JR & Jensen, EBV 2015 'Stereological Estimation of Particle Shape and Orientation From Volume Tensors' Centre for Stochastic Geometry and advanced Bioimaging, Aarhus University. <http://math.au.dk/publs?publid=1050>

H. Rafati, A., Ziegel, J., Nyengaard, J. R., & Jensen, E. B. V. (2015). *Stereological Estimation of Particle Shape and Orientation From Volume Tensors*. Centre for Stochastic Geometry and advanced Bioimaging, Aarhus University. CSGB Research Reports No. 12 http://math.au.dk/publs?publid=1050

H. Rafati A, Ziegel J, Nyengaard JR, Jensen EBV. 2015. Stereological Estimation of Particle Shape and Orientation From Volume Tensors. Centre for Stochastic Geometry and advanced Bioimaging, Aarhus University.

H. Rafati, Ali et al. *Stereological Estimation of Particle Shape and Orientation From Volume Tensors*. Centre for Stochastic Geometry and advanced Bioimaging, Aarhus University. (CSGB Research Reports; Journal number 12). 2015., 17 p.

H. Rafati A, Ziegel J, Nyengaard JR, Jensen EBV. Stereological Estimation of Particle Shape and Orientation From Volume Tensors. Centre for Stochastic Geometry and advanced Bioimaging, Aarhus University. 2015.

H. Rafati, Ali ; Ziegel, Johanna ; Nyengaard, Jens Randel ; Jensen, Eva B. Vedel. / **Stereological Estimation of Particle Shape and Orientation From Volume Tensors**. Centre for Stochastic Geometry and advanced Bioimaging, Aarhus University, 2015. (CSGB Research Reports; No. 12).

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