New Research Publications


  1. Bailey, J. A., Brogdon, G. B. and Nichols, B. (2014). Use of Craniofacial Superimposition in Historic Investigation. Journal of Forensic Sciences 59: 260–263.

  2. Bulut O, Sipahioglu S, Hekimoglu B. Facial soft tissue thickness database for craniofacial reconstruction in the Turkish adult population. Forensic Science International 2014;242:44-61.

  3. Campomanes-Alvarez BR, Ibanez O, Navarro F, Aleman I, Botella M, Damas S, et al. Computer vision and soft computing for automatic skull-face overlay in craniofacial superimposition. Forensic Science International [Article] 2014; 245:77-86.

  4. Fooprateepsiri R, Kurutach W. A general framework for face reconstruction using single still image based on 2D-to-3D transformation kernel. Forensic Science International 2014;236:117-26.

  5. Lee K-M, Lee W-L, Cho J-H, Hwang H-S. Three-dimensional prediction of the nose for facial reconstruction using cone-beam computed tomography. Forensic Science International 2014;236:194.e1-.e5.

  6. Kook MS, Jung S, Park HJ, Oh HK, Ryu SY, Cho JH, et al. A comparison study of different facial soft tissue analysis methods. Journal of Craniomaxillofacial Surgery 2014;42(5):648-56.

  7. Parks CL, Richard AH, Monson KL. Preliminary assessment of facial soft tissue thickness utilizing three-dimensional computed tomography models of living individuals. Forensic Science International 2014;237:146.e1-.e10

  8. Short LJ, Khambay B, Ayoub A, Erolin C, Rynn C, Wilkinson C. Validation of a computer modelled forensic facial reconstruction technique using CT data from live subjects: A pilot study. Forensic Science International 2014;237:147.e1-e8.

  9. Stephan C. The application of the central limit theorem and the law of large numbers to facial soft tissue depths: T-Table robustness and trends since 2008. Journal of Forensic Sciences 2014;59(5):454-62.

  10. Stephan C. Facial approximation and Craniofacial Superimposition. In: Smith C, editor. Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer Science+Business Media; 2014;2721-9.

  11. Ubelaker DH. Craniofacial superimposition: historical review and current issues. Journal of Forensic Sciences 2015;60(6):1412-9.

  12. Utsuno H, Kageyama T, Keiichi U, Kibayashi K. Facial soft tissue thickness differences among three skeletal classes in Japanese populationOriginal Forensic Science International 2014;236:175-80.

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