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FaceIt: face recognition from static and live video for law enforcement
Author(s): Joseph J. Atick; Paul M. Griffin; A. Norman Redlich
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Paper Abstract

Recent advances in image and pattern recognition technology- -especially face recognition--are leading to the development of a new generation of information systems of great value to the law enforcement community. With these systems it is now possible to pool and manage vast amounts of biometric intelligence such as face and finger print records and conduct computerized searches on them. We review one of the enabling technologies underlying these systems: the FaceIt face recognition engine; and discuss three applications that illustrate its benefits as a problem-solving technology and an efficient and cost effective investigative tool.

Paper Details

Date Published: 28 January 1997
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 2932, Human Detection and Positive Identification: Methods and Technologies, (28 January 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.265388
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Joseph J. Atick, Rockefeller Univ. and Visionics Corp. (United States)
Paul M. Griffin, Rockefeller Univ. and Visionics Corp. (United States)
A. Norman Redlich, Rockefeller Univ. and Visionics Corp. (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2932:
Human Detection and Positive Identification: Methods and Technologies
Lisa A. Alyea; David E. Hoglund, Editor(s)

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