Countless facial images are generated everyday through digital and cell phone cameras, surveillance video systems, webcams, and traditional film and broadcast video. As a result, law enforcement and intelligence agencies have numerous opportunities to acquire and analyze images that depict persons of interest. Computer-Aided Forensic Facial Compari
Introduction. Image Quality and Accuracy in Three 3D Scanners. Shape Variation in Anthropometric Landmarks in 3D. A Large Database Sample of 3D Facial Images and Measurements. Investigation of Anthropometric Landmarking in 2D. Effect of 3D Rotation on Landmark Visibility. Influence of Lens Distortion and Perspective Error. Estimation of Landmark Position Using an Active Shape Model. Generation of Values for Missing Data. Admissibility. Application Toolset. Problems and Prospects. Appendix A. Appendix B. Index.