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Author Wilkinson, Caroline, 1965-
Title Craniofacial Identification.
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Author Wilkinson, Caroline, 1965-
Subject Facial reconstruction (Anthropology)
Face -- Identification.
Face -- Imaging.
Biometric identification.
Forensic Medicine -- methods.
Biometric Identification -- methods.
Face -- anatomy & histology.
Skull -- anatomy & histology.
Facial Bones.
Forensic Anthropology.
Alt Name Rynn, Christopher.
Description 1 online resource (290 pages)
Contents Cover; Craniofacial Identification; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Part I: Identification of the Living; Chapter 1: Familiar face recognition; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Familiar versus unfamiliar face recognition; 1.3 Individual differences in face recognition; 1.4 Stages in person recognition; 1.5 Contextual factors in person recognition; 1.6 Conclusions; References; Notes; Chapter 2: Unfamiliar face recognition; Chapter 3: EFIT-V: Evolutionary algorithms and computer composites; 3.1 Introduction; 3.1.1 Historical background to holistic composite systems.
3.2 Mathematical model of facial appearance3.2.1 Training -- the generation of the facial appearance model; 3.2.2 Decomposition of a face into appearance parameters; 3.2.3 Synthesis of a face from its appearance parameters; 3.2.4 Summary of appearance model properties; 3.2.5 Significance of appearance model representation; 3.2.6 Stochastic search algorithm; 3.3 Systematic operations in the EFIT-V system; 3.3.1 Locking facial features; 3.3.2 Feature clone tool; 3.3.3 Blend tool; 3.3.4 Facial attribute manipulation; 3.3.5 Local feature manipulation; 3.3.6 Applying fine details to a composite.
3.4 The use of EFIT-V -- operational procedure3.4.1 Use of EFIT-V and future development; Chapter 4: Facial recall and computer composites; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Introduction to face systems and cognitive processes; 4.3 Facial recall; 4.4 Computerised feature systems; 4.5 Composite system performance; 4.6 What could be going wrong?; 4.7 Improving computer composites; 4.7.1 Morphing; 4.7.2 Interviewing; 4.7.3 Caricature; 4.7.4 System; 4.7.5 System: EFIT-V; 4.7.6 System: EvoFIT; 4.8 The future; 4.9 Concluding comments; Answers; Acknowledgement; References; Chapter 5: Facial ageing.
5.1 Introduction5.1.1 Desirable features of an ageing system; 5.2 Non-statistical methods; 5.3 Facial composites; 5.3.1 A face description model; 5.3.2 Building a prototype; 5.3.3 The efficacy of prototype face images; 5.4 Statistical representation of faces; 5.5 Ageing using principal components analysis; 5.6 Trajectories; 5.7 3D; 5.8 Partial least squares; 5.9 Fine detail analysis; 5.10 Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: Age progression and regression; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Age progression; 6.3 Juvenile age progression; 6.4 Ageing adults; 6.5 Age regression; References.
Chapter 7 Computer-assisted age progression7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Background; 7.3 Computer-assisted method for ageing faces; 7.3.1 Stages of facial development -- piece-wise axes; 7.4 Extension of the ageing model to reflect genetic bias; 7.5 Applying fine details to an aged face; 7.5.1 Extracting wrinkle-maps from sample images; 7.5.2 Applying details to a target face; 7.6 Examples of age-progressed faces; 7.7 Summary and conclusions; References; Chapter 8: Facial recognition from identification parades; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 The eyewitness paradigm; 8.3 Line-up formats.
Note 8.4 Viewing the line-up once or twice.
Summary Draws together a wide range of elements relating to craniofacial analysis and identification, examining the latest advances in the field.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781139338257
9781139049566 (ebook)
1139049569 (ebook)
9780521768627 (hardback)
0521768624 (hardback)
9781139336512 (electronic bk.)
1139336517 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 797919538
Additional Format Print version: Wilkinson, Caroline. Craniofacial Identification. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, ©2012 9780521768627

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