Contents - Forensic Science Communications - April 2008

Contents - Forensic Science Communications - April 2008

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April 2008 - Volume 10 - Number 2

 

Contents

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The Magna Database: A Database of Three-Dimensional Facial Images for Research in Human Identification and Recognition

Martin Paul Evison
Richard W. Vorder Bruegge

The MORPH Database: Investigating the Effects of Adult Craniofacial Aging on Automated Face-Recognition Technology

A. Midori Albert
Karl Ricanek, Jr.

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Technical Note

trans.gifPreliminary Evaluation and Sampling of Some Commonly Used Two-Part Epoxies

Stephanie Kleinjan
Sarah Walbridge

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Standards and Guidelines

trans.gifBest Practices for Maintaining the Integrity of Digital Images and Digital Video   Best Practices for Image Authentication   Best Practices for Archiving Digital and Multimedia Evidence in the Criminal Justice System

Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technology (SWGIT)

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Laboratory Director Retires;  New Editor Appointed   Correction

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To Meetings and Conferences Page

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