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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 4709

Investigative Image Processing II
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 4709
Date Published: 19 July 2002
Softcover: 13 papers (134) pages
ISBN: 9780819444592

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Automatic video analysis and compilation system AVACS
Author(s): Rob A. W. Kemp
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Use of gait parameters of persons in video surveillance systems
Author(s): Zeno J. Geradts; Menno Merlijn; Gert de Groot; Jurrien Bijhold
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Semi-automatic image segmentation and object tracking framework for investigative and surveillance-oriented applications
Author(s): Patrick De Smet; Ignace Bruyland
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CCD fingerprint method for digital still cameras
Author(s): Naoki Saitoh; Kenji Kurosawa; Kenro Kuroki; Norimitsu Akiba; Zeno J. Geradts; Jurrien Bijhold
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High-quality still images from video frame sequences
Author(s): Thierry Daubos; Fionn D. Murtagh
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Advancing the science of forensic data management
Author(s): Timothy Sean Naughton
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Strategies for the automated recognition of marks in forensic science
Author(s): Michael Heizmann
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Automated comparison of striation marks with the system GE/2
Author(s): Michael Heizmann
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Data mining in forensic image databases
Author(s): Zeno J. Geradts; Jurrien Bijhold
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Diffraction image method to measure shape distribution function of micrometer particles
Author(s): Yawei Wang
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3D view on the crossing lines problem in document investigation
Author(s): Veerle Berx; Jan De Kinder
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Forensic aspects of digital evidence: contributions and initiatives by the National Center for Forensic Science (NCFS)
Author(s): Carrie Morgan Whitcomb
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Sampling theory for digital video acquisition: the guide for the perplexed user
Author(s): Lenny I. Rudin; Ping Yu; Jean-Michel Morel
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