New Research Publications


  1. Berar, M., M. Desvignes, G. Gailly and Y. Payan (2006). "3D Semi-landmarks-based statistical face reconstruction." Journal of Computing and Information Technology 14: 31-43.

  2. Buzug, T. (2006). "Special issue on computer-assisted craniofacial reconstruction and modeling." Journal of Computing and Information Technology 14(1): 1-6.

  3. Claes, P., D. Vandermeulen, S. De Greef, G. Willems and P. Suetens (2006). "Craniofacial reconstruction using a combined statistical model of face shape and soft tissue depths: Methodology and validation." Forensic Science International 159S: S147-S158.

  4. De Greef, S., P. Claes, D. Vandermeulen, W. Mollemans, P. Suetens, et al. (2006). "Large-scale in-vivo Caucasian soft tissue thickness database for craniofacial reconstruction." Forensic Science International 159S: S126-S146.

  5. Domaracki, M. and C. N. Stephan (2006). "Facial soft tissue thicknesses in Australian adult cadavers." Journal of Forensic Sciences 51: 5-10.

  6. Gill-Robinson, H., J. Elias, F. Bender, T. T. Allard and R. D. Hoppa (2006). "Using image analysis software to create a physical skull model for the facial reconstruction of a wrapped Akhmimic Mummy." Journal of Computing and Information Technology 14: 45-51.

  7. Long, S. A. (2006). "Forensic facial reconstruction procedures of Sharon A. Long." Newsletter of the Design for All Institute of India 1: 5-10.

  8. Mackenzie, D. (2006). "Putting a face to a skull." New Scientist 2554: 26-27.

  9. Niinimaki, S. and A. Karttunen (2006). Finnish facial tissue thickness study. Proceedings of the 22nd Nordic Archaeological Conference, University of Oulu, Gummerus Kirjapaino Oy.

  10. Ricci, A., G. L. Marella and M. A. Apostol (2006). "A new experimental approach to computer-aided face/skull identification in forensic anthropology." The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 27: 46-49.

  11. Smith, S. L. and G. S. Throckmorton (2006). "Comparability of radiographic and 3D-ultrasound measurements of facial midline tissue depths." Journal of Forensic Sciences 51: 244-247.

  12. Stephan, C. N. (2006). "Beyond the sphere of the English facial approximation literature: ramifications of German papers on Western method concepts." Journal of Forensic Sciences 51: 736-739.

  13. Stephan, C. N. and R. S. Arthur (2006). "Assessing facial approximation accuracy: how do resemblance ratings of disparate faces compare to recognition tests?" Forensic Science International 159S: S159-S163.

  14. Stephan, C. N. and M. Henneberg (2006). "Recognition by facial approximation: case specific examples and empirical tests." Forensic Science International 156: 182-191.

  15. Shaweesh, A. I. M., J. G. Clement, C. D. L. Thomas and A. Bankier (2006). "Construction and use of facial archetypes in anthropology and syndrome diagnosis." Forensic Science International 159S: S175-S185.

  16. Vandermeulen, D., P. Claes, D. Loeckx, S. De Greef, G. Willems, et al. (2006). "Computerized craniofacial reconstruction using CT-derived implicit surface representations." Forensic Science International 159S: S164-S174.

  17. Wilkinson, C., C. Rynn, H. Peters, M. Taister, C. How Kau, et al. (2006). "A blind accuracy assessment of computer-modeled forensic facial reconstruction using computed tomography data from live subjects." Forensic Science, Medicine, and Pathology 2: 179-187.

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