New Research Publications


  1. de Almeida, N., E. Michel-Crosato, L. de Paiva, M. Biazevic (2013). "Facial soft tissue thickness in the Brazilian population: new reference data and anatomical landmarks." Forensic Science International 231: 404.e1-404.e7.

  2. Davy-Jow, S. (2013). "The devil is in the details: a synthesis of psychology of facial perception and its applications in forensic facial reconstruction." Science and Justice 53: 230-5.

  3. Decker, S., J. Ford, S. Davy-Jow, P. Faraut, W. Neville, D. Hilbelink (2013). "Who is this person? A comparison study of current three-dimensional facial approximation methods." Forensic Science International 229: 161.e1-161.e8.

  4. Duan, F., S. Yang, D. Huang, Y. Hu, Z. Wu, M. Zhou (2013). "Craniofacial reconstruction based on multi-linear subspace analysis." Multimedia Tools and Applications doi 10.1007/s11042-012-1351-2.

  5. Fernandes, C., F. Pereira, J. da Silva, C. Serra (2013). "Is characterizing the digital forensic facial reconstruction with hair necessary? A familiar assessors' analysis." Forensic Science International 229: 164.e1-164.e5.

  6. Guyomarc'h, P., F. Santos, B. Dutailly, H. Coqueugniot (2013). "Facial soft tissue depths in French adults: variability, specificity and estimation." Forensic Science International 231: 411.e1-411.e10.

  7. Hu, Y., F. Duan, B. Yin, M. Zhou, Y. Sun, Z. Wu, G. Geng (2013). "A hierarchical dense deformable model for 3D face reconstruction from skull." Multimedia Tools and Applications 64: 345-364.

  8. Kustár, A., L. Forró, I. Kalina, F. Fazekas, S. Honti, S. Makra, M. Friess (2013). "FACE-R-A 3D Database of 400 Living Individuals' Full Head CT- and Face Scans and Preliminary GMM Analysis for Craniofacial Reconstruction." Journal of Forensic Sciences 58: 1420-1428.

  9. Lorkiewicz-Muszyńska, D., W. Kociemba, C. Żaba, M. Łabęcka, M. Koralewska-Kordel, M. Abreu-Głowacka, A. Przystańska (2013). "The conclusive role of postmortem computed tomography (CT) of the skull and computer-assisted superimposition in identification of an unknown body." International Journal of Legal Medicine 127: 653-60.

  10. Mala, P (2013). "Pronasale position: an appraisal of two recently proposed methods for predicting nasal projection in facial reconstruction." Journal of Forensic Sciences 58: 957-63.

  11. Parks, C., A. Richard, K. Monson (2013). "Preliminary performance assessment of computer automated facial approximations using computed tomography scans of living individuals" Forensic Science International 233: 133-139.

  12. Peckmann, T., M. Manhein, G. Listi, M. Fournier (2013). "In Vivo Facial Tissue Depth for Canadian Aboriginal Children: A Case Study from Nova Scotia, Canada." Journal of Forensic Sciences 58: 1429-1438.

  13. Perlaza Ruiz, N (2013). "Facial soft tissue thickness of Colombian adults." Forensic Science International 229: 160.e1-160.e9.

  14. Stephan, C., E. Simpson, J. Byrd (2013)."Facial Soft Tissue Depth Statistics and Enhanced Point Estimators for Craniofacial Identification: The Debut of the Shorth and the 75-Shormax."Journal of Forensic Sciences 58: 1439-1457.

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