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National and International Law Enforcement Databases
Editor(s): George Works

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Volume Number: 2940
Date Published: 7 February 1997

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Fast parallel architecture for automated identification
Author(s): John Sura; R. Rudy; R. Larsen; E. Juttlestad; B. Marant
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High-volume workflow management in the ITN/FBI system
Author(s): Thomas L. Paulson
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Developing the Interstate Identification Index/Federal Bureau of Investigation (III/FBI) system for providing timely criminal and civil identification and criminal history information to the nation'
Author(s): Patricia L. Copeland; James Shugars
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Planning the data transition of a VLDB: a case study
Author(s): Shirley J. Finken
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Rapid identification of anonymous subjects in large criminal databases: problems and solutions in IAFIS III/FBI subject searches
Author(s): C. Deborah Kutzleb
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Software architecture of the III/FBI segment of the FBI's integrated automated identification system
Author(s): Brian T. Booker
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Performance modeling for large database systems
Author(s): Stephen Schaar; Frank Hum; Joe Romano
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New technology for data extraction from unformatted text
Author(s): Lance A. Miller
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FaceID:a face detection and recognition system
Author(s): Manesh B. Shah; Nageswara S. V. Rao; Victor Olman; Edward C. Uberbacher; Reinhold C. Mann
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Use of virtual reality and digitial camera techniques for law enforcement and explosive ordnance
Author(s): Stephen L. Galloway; Mark Pflaghing; Gene Rice
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Optical processor for fingerprint identification
Author(s): James P. Karins; Stuart A. Mills; Robert Barry Dydyk
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Distribution and integration of databases across law enforcement agencies
Author(s): Robin Briceno
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Applying GIS technology to the Regional Information Sharing Systems database
Author(s): Karen L. Aumond
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Criminal history systems: new technology and new directions
Author(s): James Threatte
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Internet for law enforcement: a modern phenomena and a phenomenal tool
Author(s): Ira Wilsker
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Improving patrol officer effectiveness and productivity by empowering them with information technology: a new look at mobile computing
Author(s): Ralph E. Ioimo
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Remote data entry and retrieval for law enforcement
Author(s): Bohdan R. Kwasowsky; Gerard T. Capraro; Gerald B. Berdan; Christopher T. Capraro
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Information path: a roadmap to questions
Author(s): Thomas H. Carr
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