Computer-Graphic Facial Reconstruction

Aug. 20, 2007
The process of identifying the victim(s) of crime is an essential component of any law enforcement investigation where decomposition, trauma and purposeful disfigurement have made identity uncertain. Using computer-graphic and mathematical means of facial reconstruction and approximation - from segmented, decomposed or skeletal remains overs a cost-efficient, anatomically-accurate and expedient methodology to accomplish this core component. "Computer-Graphic Facial Reconstruction" showcases current progress in computer-graphic facial reconstruction from forensic anthropology and odontology to perceptual psychology. Written by John Clement and Murray Marks, this book is available from Academic Press at

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