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October 2000 - Volume 2 - Number 4

Facing the Millennium: Advances in Craniofacial Comparisons

9th Biennial Scientific Meeting of the
International Association for
Craniofacial Identification

Abstracts of Presentations
Washington, DC
July 24–28, 2000

To locate an abstract by author, check the alphabetical list of authors.

To locate an abstract by title, check the alphabetical list of abstract titles.

To locate an abstract by category, check the alphabetical list of categories.

The abstracts of the presentations and poster sessions may be viewed consecutively in alphabetical order by authors' last names by linking to one of the following:

Presentations and Poster Sessions (Parts 1-4):
Part 1 (Afsin et al. – Houck and Koff)
Part 2 (Karaman et al. – Prokopec and Ubelaker)

Part 3 (Rösing – Taylor et al.)

Part 4 (Tu et al. – Yoshino et al.)

Author List

Afsin, H. and Karaman, F., Association of Social Security, Istanbul Educational Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey; and Cologlu, S., Association of Social Security, Institute of Forensic Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey: Dentin Transparency Image Analyzing Method and the Determination of Age Using Teeth in Skeletal Remains

Borrman, H., Göteborg University, Göteborg, Sweden; Wasén, J., Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden; and Taister, M., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC: Variation in the Observation and Classification of Different Morphological Facial Characteristics

Buhmann, D., Kaiser, R., and Wilske, J., Universitaet des Saarlandes,
Homburg Saar, Germany
: Determination of the Elements Contained in Dental Fillings: An Aid to the Estimation of Length of Time Since Death

Buhmann, D. and Wilske, J., Universitaet des Saarlandes, Homburg Saar, Germany: Identifying an Unknown Person Using Photographs: Difficulties and Limitations in the Preparation of an Expert Opinion

Buhmann, D., Wilske, J., Summa, H., and Menzel-Dowling, C.,
Universitaet des Saarlandes, Homburg Saar, Germany: 3D Laser Scanner Images of a Suspect: An Aid in the Identification of an Unknown Culprit?

Cagdir, A. S., Eke, M., Buken, B., Kirangil, B., Cetinkaya, F., and Soysal, Z., Turkish Council of Forensic Medicine, Turkey: Use of the Combined Techniques in Identification

Clement, J. G., Hlashwayo, A. C., Thomas, C. D. L., Taylor, R. G., Craig, P. J. G., Ismaniati, N., Stephan, C., and Sheridan, C. S., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia: The Relationship of the Face to the Underlying Skeleton

Craig, P. J. G. and Ong, S., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia: A Simple and Reliable Method of Recording Lip Prints

Desbois, C., Choel, L., Desbois, Y., Diter, N., Loisel, C., and Perrot,
R.,
Universite Claude Bernard, Lyon, France: Morphological Characteristics and Facial Reconstruction for Identification

Desbois, C. and Perrot, R., Universite Claude Bernard, Lyon, France: Ten Years of Facial Reconstruction Research in the Field of Craniofacial Identification: Results and Analysis

Evison, M. P., University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom: Modeling Age, Obesity, and Ethnicity in Computerized 3D Facial Reconstruction

Fram, R., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC: Handling Skeletal Remains as Evidence

Garmus, A. A. and Chvatovic, G., State Forensic Medicine Service, Vilnius, Lithuania: Application of the Shape of Frontal Sinuses in Forensic Identification

George, R. M., Florida International University, Miami, Florida: Graphic Facial Analysis: The Frontal View

Graw, M., Institut für Gerichtliche Medizin, Tubingen, Germany: Sex Dimorphism on the Surface of the Petrous Portion of the Temporal Bone

Graw, M., Institut für Gerichtliche Medizin, Tubingen, Germany: Significance of the Classical Morphological Criteria for Identifying Gender Using Recent Skulls

Helmer, R. P., Institut fuer Angewandte Forensische Medizin und Angewandte Forensische Anthropologie, Remagen, Germany: Reconstruction of a Face and Head on an Unknown Skull in a Blind Test

Holck, P., University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway: Bite Marks and the Reconstruction of Teeth: A Difficult Problem for Facial Identification

Houck, M. M., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC; and Koff, C. M., Department of Anthropology, University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Nebraska
: Racial Assessment in Hair Examinations

Karaman, F. and Afsin, H., Association of Social Security, Istanbul Educational Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey; and Cologlu, S., Association of Social Security, Institute of Forensic Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey: Identification by Analysis of Teeth Marks

Kuntz, A., Buhmann, D., and Wilske, J., Universitaet des Saarlandes, Homburg Saar, Germany: Who Do the Paintings Depict? The Assignation of Eighteenth Century Paintings to Princes from the Southwest of Germany

Kusnoto, B. and Evans, C. A., University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois; Poernomo, S., Medical and Dental Division of Police Headquarters, Jakarta, Indonesia; and Sahelangi, P., Medical and Dental Division of Bhayangkara Police Hospital, Ujung Pandang, Indonesia: Utilization of 3D Cephalometric Finite Elements Modeling for Measuring Human Facial Soft Tissue Thickness

Kustár, Á., Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest, Hungary; and Repa, J. and Bajzik, G., Pannon University, Kaposvar, Hungary: Comparison of Anital Simon's Facial Restoration and His Portrait

Lan, Y. and Wang, Y., Tieling Research Institute, Liaoning, People's Republic of China; and Wang, L., Tieling Public Security Bureau, Liaoning, People's Republic of China: Introduction of the TLGA-213 Skull Identification System

Leopold, D., Universitat Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany: Craniofacial Superimposition as a Method of Analysis: Comparing Historical Portraits and Johann Sebastian Bach's Skull

Lettini, T., Cattedra di Antropologia, Università degli Studi di Bari, Bari, Italy; Cipriani, T. and Pesce Delfino, V., Consorzio di Ricerca DIGAMMA Bari, Bari, Italy; and Colonna, M. and Di Vella, G., Cattedra di Medicina Legale, Università degli Studi di Bari, Bari, Italy: Strengthening the Discriminant Power of S. A. M. Fourier Parameters in Skull/Face Superimposition

Lindemaier, G. and Peschl, O., Universitaet Muenchen, Muenchen, Germany; and Czarnecki, J. V., Wehrwissenschaftliches Institut fuer Materialuntersuchungen, Erding, Germany: Pattern Recognition Techniques Applied to the Identification of Dentures for Forensic Odontology

Long, S. A., d.b.a. I.D. Image Discovery, Sparks, Nevada: From Skulls to Faces

Lynnerup, N. and Sejrsen, B., University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark: Facial Identification From Surveillance Images: The Danish Experience

Manhein, M. H., Barrow, N. E., and Bassett, B., Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Listi, G. A., Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana: Facial Imaging: Research and Application

Marks, M. K., Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee; and Tufano, D. R., Uberbacher, E. C., Flanery, R. E., Olman, V. N., and Xu, Y., Cognitive and Information Sciences, Computer Science and Mathematics, Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee: Artificial Intelligence/Computational Method to Facial Reconstruction

Martin, B. A., Oakland County Sheriff's Department, Pontiac, Michigan: Two Faces Has He

Meksi, S. and Toti, F., University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania: Bite Mark Impressions on Human Tissue in the Albanian Forensic Practice

Milner, C., Wilkinson, C., and Neave, R., University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom: Adult Craniofacial Aging and Facial Reconstruction

Neave, R. A. H., University of Manchester, York, United Kingdom: Forensic Photocomparison of the Face: The United Kingdom Perspective

Nusse, G. L., Guild of Natural Science Illustration, Mill Valley, California: The Taung Child: A Facial Reconstruction Comparison

Phillips, V. M., Oral and Dental Teaching Hospital of the University of Stellenbosch, Cape Town, South Africa: Skeletal Remains Identification by Facial Reconstruction

Prokopec, M., National Institute of Public Health, Prague, Czech Republic; and Ubelaker, D. H., National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC: Reconstructing the Shape of the Nose According to the Skull

Rösing, F. W., Institut für Humangenetik und Anthroplogie Universitätsklinikum, Ulm, Germany: Quality Standards for Forensic Opinions on the Identity of Living Offenders in Pictures

Rösing, F. W., Novak, R., Fleiter, T., Hausmann, R., and Alt, K. W., Institut für Humangenetik und Anthroplogie Universitätsklinikum, Ulm, Germany: Radiographic Identification: Importance and Cases

Sahni, D., Jit, I., Sanjeev, D., Singh, P., Suri, S., and Kaur, H., Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India: Preliminary Study on Facial Soft Tissue Thicknesses by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) on Northwest Indians

Sakashita, R., Inoue, N., and Kamegai, T., Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan: Variation of the Glabella Profile by Roentogenographic Cephalometry in Northeast Asians

Schmittbuhl, M. and Mangin, P., Institut Universitaire de Medecine Legale Lausanne, Switzerland; and Perrier, M., Policlinique Medicale Universitaire, Lausanne, Switzerland: Identification of Sex From the Quantification of the Mandibular Size and Shape Through Use of
New Developments in the Elliptic Fourier Method

Senn, D. R., Brumit, P., White, M., and Alder, M. E., Center for Education and Research in Forensics, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas: Computer Techniques for Comparing Antemortem and Postmortem Dental Radiographs Using Digitized and Digital Images

Sholl, S. A. and Vanezis, P., University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland: Significance of Hereditary Factors in Forensic Ear Identification

Stephan, C. N., Department of Anatomical Sciences, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia: Do Resemblance Ratings Measure a Facial Approximation's Accuracy?

Subke, J., Zeller, M., Wehner, H. D., and Wolf, H., Institute of Legal Medicine, University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany: Digital 3D Reconstruction of Skulls From Fragments Using Streifenlichttopometrie (SLT) and a Special DNA Method

Taister, M. and DiZinno, J. A., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC; and Borrman, H. and Carlsson, G. E., Göteborg University, Göteborg, Sweden: Effect of Various Facial Heights in an Edentulous Skull With Special Reference to Police Artist Reproduction

Taylor, K. T., Facial Images, Austin, Texas; and Glassman, D. M., Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas: Gross Morphological and Visual Examination Versus DNA Technology: Who Do You Trust?

Taylor, R. G. and Clement, J. G., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia: Anatomical Facial Sculpting With Clay and Computers: A Case Report—Triumph for DNA

Taylor, R. G., Craig, P. J. G., and Clement, J. G., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; Ceddia, J., Monash University, Melbourne, Australia; and Winship, V., Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine, Melbourne, Australia: A Disaster Victim Identification Training Kit for Odontologists and Scene Investigators

Tu, P., Hartley, R., Lorensen, W., Allyassin, M., Gupta, R., and Heier, L., General Electric Company, Niskayuna, New York: Face Reconstruction Using Flesh Deformation Models

Ubelaker, D. H., National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Institution, Washington, DC: A History of Smithsonian–FBI Collaboration in Forensic Anthropology, Especially in Regard to Facial Imagery

Utsuno, H. and Minaguchi, K., Tokyo Dental College, Tokyo, Japan; Miyazawa, H.. Matsumoto Dental University, Matsumoto, Japan; and Yoshino, M., National Research Institute of Police Science, Kashiwa, Japan: Preliminary Study on the Measurement of Facial Tissue Thickness in Japanese Children

Vanezis, M. and Vanezis, P., Department of Forensic Medicine and Science, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland; and Minnis, H., Gillies, M., and Smith, S., Department of Child and Family Psychiatry, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Yorkhill, Glasgow, Scotland: Application of the Facial Transformation Program for the Creation of Interethnic Images for Studies in Applied Psychology

Vignal, J-N., Brejeon, A., and Schuliar, Y., lnstitut de Recherche Criminelle, Rosny-sous-Bois, France: New Advances in 3D Facial Reconstruction Using Computer Models

Viðarsdóttir, U. Strand, University of Durham, Durham, United Kingdom; and O'Higgins, P., University College London, London, United Kingdom: Identifying Racially Distinct Facial Morphologies in Subadult Skeletal Remains Using Geometric Morphometric Techniques

Vorder Bruegge, R. W. and Musheno, T., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC: Identification of Individuals Through Photographic Facial Comparisons

Wilkinson, C. and Neave, R., University of Manchester, York, United Kingdom: Skull Reassembly and Modeling and the Effect Upon 3D Facial Reconstruction

Yoshino, M., Matsuda, H., Kubota, S., Imaizumi, K., and Miyasaka, S., National Research Institute of Police Science Kashiwa, Japan: Computer-Assisted Facial Image Identification System


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Title List

Adult Craniofacial Aging and Facial Reconstruction by Milner, C., Wilkinson, C., and Neave, R., University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom

Anatomical Facial Sculpting With Clay and Computers: A Case Report—Triumph for DNA by Taylor, R. G. and Clement, J. G., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

Application of the Facial Transformation Program for the Creation of Interethnic Images for Studies in Applied Psychology by Vanezis, M. and Vanezis, P., Department of Forensic Medicine and Science, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland; and Minnis, H., Gillies, M., and Smith, S., Department of Child and Family Psychiatry, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Yorkhill, Glasgow, Scotland

Application of the Shape of Frontal Sinuses in Forensic Identification by Garmus, A. A. and Chvatovic, G., State Forensic Medicine Service, Vilnius, Lithuania

Artificial Intelligence/Computational Method to Facial Reconstruction by Marks, M. K., Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee; and Tufano, D. R., Uberbacher, E. C., Flanery, R. E., Olman, V. N., and Xu, Y., Cognitive and Information Sciences, Computer Science and Mathematics Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Bite Mark Impressions on Human Tissue in the Albanian Forensic Practice by Meksi, S. and Toti, F., University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania

Bite Marks and the Reconstruction of Teeth: A Difficult Problem for Facial Identification by Holck, P., University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway

Comparison of Anital Simon's Facial Restoration and His Portrait by Kustár, Á., Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest, Hungary; and Repa, J. and Bajzik, G., Pannon University, Kaposvar, Hungary

Computer-Assisted Facial Image Identification System by Yoshino, M., Matsuda, H., Kubota, S., Imaizumi, K., and Miyasaka, S., National Research Institute of Police Science Kashiwa, Japan

Computer Techniques for Comparing Antemortem and Postmortem Dental Radiographs Using Digitized and Digital Images by Senn, D. R., Brumit, P., White, M., and Alder, M. E., Center for Education and Research in Forensics, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas

Craniofacial Superimposition as a Method of Analysis: Comparing Historical Portraits and Johann Sebastian Bach's Skull by Leopold, D., Universitat Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany

Dentin Transparency Image Analyzing Method and the Determination of Age Using Teeth in Skeletal Remains by Afsin, H., and Karaman, F., Association of Social Security, Istanbul Educational Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey; and Cologlu, S., Association of Social Security, Institute of Forensic Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey

Determination of the Elements Contained in Dental Fillings: An Aid to the Estimation of Length of Time Since Death by Buhmann, D., Kaiser, R., and Wilske, J., Universitaet des Saarlandes, Homburg Saar, Germany

Digital 3D Reconstruction of Skulls From Fragments Using Streifenlichttopometrie (SLT) and a Special DNA Method by Subke, J., Zeller, M., Wehner, H. D., and Wolf, H., Institute of Legal Medicine, University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany

A Disaster Victim Identification Training Kit for Odontologists and Scene Investigators by Taylor, R. G., Craig, P. J. G., and Clement, J. G., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; Ceddia, J., Monash University, Melbourne, Australia; and Winship, V., Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine, Melbourne, Australia

Do Resemblance Ratings Measure a Facial Approximation's Accuracy? by Stephan, C. N., Department of Anatomical Sciences, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia

Effect of Various Facial Heights in an Edentulous Skull With Special Reference to Police Artist Reproduction by Taister, M. and DiZinno, J. A., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC; and Borrman, H. and Carlsson, G. E., Göteborg University, Göteborg, Sweden

Face Reconstruction Using Flesh Deformation Models by Tu, P., Hartley, R., Lorensen, W., Allyassin, M., Gupta, R., and Heier, L., General Electric Company, Niskayuna, New York

Facial Identification From Surveillance Images: The Danish Experience by Lynnerup, N. and Sejrsen, B., University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark

Facial Imaging: Research and Application by Manhein, M. H., Barrow, N. E., and Bassett, B., Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Listi, G. A., Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana

Forensic Photocomparison of the Face: The United Kingdom Perspective by Neave, R. A. H., University of Manchester, York, United Kingdom

From Skulls to Faces by Long, S. A., d.b.a. I.D. Image Discovery, Sparks, Nevada

Graphic Facial Analysis: The Frontal View by George, R. M., Florida International University, Miami, Florida

Gross Morphological and Visual Examination Versus DNA Technology: Who Do You Trust? by Taylor, K. T., Facial Images, Austin, Texas; and Glassman, D. M., Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas

Handling Skeletal Remains as Evidence by Fram, R., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC

A History of Smithsonian–FBI Collaboration in Forensic Anthropology, Especially in Regard to Facial Imagery by Ubelaker, D. H., National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

Identification by Analysis of Teeth Marks by Karaman, F. and Afsin, H., Association of Social Security, Istanbul Educational Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey; and Cologlu, S., Association of Social Security, Institute of Forensic Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey

Identification of Individuals Through Photographic Facial Comparisons by Vorder Bruegge, R. W. and Musheno, T., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC

Identification of Sex From the Quantification of the Mandibular Size and Shape Through Use of New Developments in the Elliptic Fourier Method by Schmittbuhl, M. and Mangin, P., Institut Universitaire de Medecine Legale Lausanne, Switzerland; and Perrier, M., Policlinique Medicale Universitaire, Lausanne, Switzerland

Identifying an Unknown Person Using Photographs: Difficulties and Limitations in the Preparation of an Expert Opinion by Buhmann, D. and Wilske, J., Universitaet des Saarlandes, Homburg Saar, Germany

Identifying Racially Distinct Facial Morphologies in Subadult Skeletal Remains Using Geometric Morphometric Techniques by Viðarsdóttir, U. Strand, University of Durham, Durham, United Kingdom; and O'Higgins, P., University College London, London, United Kingdom

Introduction of the TLGA-213 Skull Identification System by Lan, Y. and Wang, Y.. Tieling Research Institute, Liaoning, People's Republic of China; and Wang, L., Tieling Public Security Bureau, Liaoning, People's Republic of China

Modeling Age, Obesity, and Ethnicity in Computerized 3D Facial Reconstruction by Evison, M. P., University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Morphological Characteristics and Facial Reconstruction for Identification by Desbois, C., Choel, L., Desbois, Y., Diter, N., Loisel, C., and Perrot, R., Universite Claude Bernard, Lyon, France

New Advances in 3D Facial Reconstruction Using Computer Models by Vignal, J-N., Brejeon, A., and Schuliar, Y., lnstitut de Recherche Criminelle, Rosny-sous-Bois, France

Pattern Recognition Techniques Applied to the Identification of Dentures for Forensic Odontology by Lindemaier, G. and Peschl, O., Universitaet Muenchen, Muenchen, Germany; and Czarnecki, J. V., Wehrwissenschaftliches Institut fuer Materialuntersuchungen, Erding, Germany

Preliminary Study on Facial Soft Tissue Thicknesses by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) on Northwest Indians by Sahni, D., Jit, I., Sanjeev, D., Singh, P., Suri, S., and Kaur, H., Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India

Preliminary Study on the Measurement of Facial Tissue Thickness in Japanese Children by Utsuno, H. and Minaguchi, K., Tokyo Dental College, Tokyo, Japan; Miyazawa, H.. Matsumoto Dental University, Matsumoto, Japan; and Yoshino, M., National Research Institute of Police Science, Kashiwa, Japan

Quality Standards for Forensic Opinions on the Identity of Living Offenders in Pictures by Rösing, F. W., Institut für Humangenetik und Anthroplogie Universitätsklinikum, Ulm, Germany

Racial Assessment in Hair Examinations by Houck, M. M., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC; and Koff, C. M., Department of Anthropology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska

Radiographic Identification: Importance and Cases by Rösing, F. W., Novak, R., Fleiter, T., Hausmann, R., and Alt, K. W., Universitätsklinikum Ulm, Ulm, Germany

Reconstructing the Shape of the Nose According to the Skull by Prokopec, M., National Institute of Public Health, Prague, Czech Republic; and Ubelaker, D. H., National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC)

Reconstruction of a Face and Head on an Unknown Skull in a Blind Test by Helmer, R. P., Institut fuer Angewandte Forensische Medizin und Angewandte Forensische Anthropologie, Remagen, Germany

The Relationship of the Face to the Underlying Skeleton by Clement, J. G., Hlashwayo, A. C., Thomas, C. D. L., Taylor, R. G., Craig, P. J. G., Ismaniati, N., Stephan, C., and Sheridan, C. S., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

Sex Dimorphism on the Surface of the Petrous Portion of the Temporal Bone by Graw, M., Institut für Gerichtliche Medizin, Tubingen, Germany

Significance of Hereditary Factors in Forensic Ear Identification by Sholl, S. A. and Vanezis, P., University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland

Significance of the Classical Morphological Criteria for Identifying Gender Using Recent Skulls by Graw, M., Institut für Gerichtliche Medizin, Tubingen, Germany

A Simple and Reliable Method of Recording Lip Prints by Craig, P. J. G. and Ong, S., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

Skeletal Remains Identification by Facial Reconstruction by Phillips, V. M., Oral and Dental Teaching Hospital of the University of Stellenbosch, Cape Town, South Africa

Skull Reassembly and Modeling and the Effect Upon 3D Facial Reconstruction by Wilkinson, C. and Neave, R., University of Manchester, York, United Kingdom

Strengthening the Discriminant Power of S. A. M. Fourier Parameters in Skull/Face Superimposition by Lettini, T., Cattedra di Antropologia, Università degli Studi di Bari, Bari, Italy; Cipriani, T. and Pesce Delfino, V., Consorzio di Ricerca DIGAMMA Bari, Bari, Italy; and Colonna, M. and Di Vella, G., Cattedra di Medicina Legale, Università degli Studi di Bari, Bari, Italy

The Taung Child: A Facial Reconstruction Comparison by Nusse, G. L., Guild of Natural Science Illustration, Mill Valley, California

Ten Years of Facial Reconstruction Research in the Field of Craniofacial Identification: Results and Analysis by Desbois, C. and Perrot, R., Universite Claude Bernard, Lyon, France

3D Laser Scanner Images of a Suspect: An Aid in the Identification of an Unknown Culprit? by Buhmann, D., Wilske, J., Summa, H., and Menzel-Dowling, C., Universitaet des Saarlandes, Homburg Saar, Germany

Two Faces Has He by Martin, B. A., Oakland County Sheriff's Department, Pontiac, Michigan

Use of the Combined Techniques in Identification by Cagdir, A. S., Eke, M., Buken, B., Kirangil, B., Cetinkaya, F., and Soysal, Z., Turkish Council of Forensic Medicine, Turkey

Utilization of 3D Cephalometric Finite Elements Modeling for Measuring Human Facial Soft Tissue Thickness by Kusnoto, B. and Evans, C. A., University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois; Poernomo, S., Medical and Dental Division of Police Headquarters, Jakarta, Indonesia; and Sahelangi, P., Medical and Dental Division of Bhayangkara Police Hospital, Ujung Pandang, Indonesia

Variation in the Observation and Classification of Different Morphological Facial Characteristics by Borrman, H., Göteborg University, Göteborg, Sweden; Wasén, J., Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden; and Taister, M., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC

Variation of the Glabella Profile by Roentogenographic Cephalometry in Northeast Asians by Sakashita, R., Inoue, N., and Kamegai, T., Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan

Who Do the Paintings Depict? The Assignation of Eighteenth Century Paintings to Princes from the Southwest of Germany by Kuntz, A., Buhmann, D., and Wilske, J., Universitaet des Saarlandes, Homburg Saar, Germany

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Category List

Aging

Adult Craniofacial Aging and Facial Reconstruction by Milner, C., Wilkinson, C., and Neave, R., University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom

Facial Imaging: Research and Application by Manhein, M. H., Barrow, N. E., and Bassett, B., Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Listi, G. A., Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana


Case Reports

Comparison of Anital Simon's Facial Restoration and His Portrait by Kustár, Á., Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest, Hungary; and Repa, J. and Bajzik, G., Pannon University, Kaposvar, Hungary

Craniofacial Superimposition as a Method of Analysis: Comparing Historical Portraits and Johann Sebastian Bach's Skull by Leopold, D., Universitat Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany

From Skulls to Faces by Long, S. A., d.b.a. I.D. Image Discovery, Sparks, Nevada

Reconstruction of a Face and Head on an Unknown Skull in a Blind Test by Helmer, R. P., Institut fuer Angewandte Forensische Medizin und Angewandte Forensische Anthropologie, Remagen, Germany

Skeletal Remains Identification by Facial Reconstruction by Phillips, V. M., Oral and Dental Teaching Hospital of the University of Stellenbosch, Cape Town, South Africa

The Taung Child: A Facial Reconstruction Comparison by Nusse, G. L., Guild of Natural Science Illustration, Mill Valley, California

Two Faces Has He by Martin, B. A., Oakland County Sheriff's Department, Pontiac, Michigan

Use of the Combined Techniques in Identification by Cagdir, A. S., Eke, M., Buken, B., Kirangil, B., Cetinkaya, F., and Soysal, Z., Turkish Council of Forensic Medicine, Turkey

Who Do the Paintings Depict? The Assignation of Eighteenth Century Paintings to Princes from the Southwest of Germany by Kuntz, A., Buhmann, D., and Wilske, J., Universitaet des Saarlandes, Homburg Saar, Germany


Determination of Sex

Identification of Sex From the Quantification of the Mandibular Size and Shape Through Use of New Developments in the Elliptic Fourier Method by Schmittbuhl, M. and Mangin, P., Institut Universitaire de Medecine Legale Lausanne, Switzerland; and Perrier, M., Policlinique Medicale Universitaire, Lausanne, Switzerland

Sex Dimorphism on the Surface of the Petrous Portion of the Temporal Bone by Graw, M., Institut für Gerichtliche Medizin, Tubingen, Germany

Significance of the Classical Morphological Criteria for Identifying Gender Using Recent Skulls by Graw, M., Institut für Gerichtliche Medizin, Tubingen, Germany


General/History

Handling Skeletal Remains as Evidence by Fram, R., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC

A History of Smithsonian–FBI Collaboration in Forensic Anthropology, Especially in Regard to Facial Imagery by Ubelaker, D. H., National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Institution, Washington, DC

Ten Years of Facial Reconstruction Research in the Field of Craniofacial Identification: Results and Analysis by Desbois, C. and Perrot, R., Universite Claude Bernard, Lyon, France


Morphological Identification

Application of the Shape of Frontal Sinuses in Forensic Identification by Garmus, A. A. and Chvatovic, G., State Forensic Medicine Service, Vilnius, Lithuania

Do Resemblance Ratings Measure a Facial Approximation's Accuracy? by Stephan, C. N., Department of Anatomical Sciences, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia

Effect of Various Facial Heights in an Edentulous Skull With Special Reference to Police Artist Reproduction by Taister, M. and DiZinno, J. A., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC; and Borrman, H., and Carlsson, G. E., Göteborg University, Göteborg, Sweden

Graphic Facial Analysis: The Frontal View by George, R. M., Florida International University, Miami, Florida

Gross Morphological and Visual Examination Versus DNA Technology: Who Do You Trust? by Taylor, K. T., Facial Images, Austin, Texas; and Glassman, D. M., Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas

Morphological Characteristics and Facial Reconstruction for Identification by Desbois, C., Choel, L., Desbois, Y., Diter, N., Loisel, C., and Perrot, R., Universite Claude Bernard, Lyon, France

Reconstructing the Shape of the Nose According to the Skull by Prokopec, M., National Institute of Public Health, Prague, Czech Republic; and Ubelaker, D. H., National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

Significance of Hereditary Factors in Forensic Ear Identification by Sholl, S. A. and Vanezis, P., University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland

A Simple and Reliable Method of Recording Lip Prints by Craig, P. J. G. and Ong, S., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

Variation in the Observation and Classification of Different Morphological Facial Characteristics by Borrman, H., Göteborg University, Göteborg, Sweden; Wasén, J., Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden; and Taister, M., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC


Odontology

Bite Mark Impressions on Human Tissue in the Albanian Forensic Practice by Meksi, S. and Toti, F., University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania

Bite Marks and the Reconstruction of Teeth: A Difficult Problem for Facial Identification by Holck, P., University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway

Computer Techniques for Comparing Antemortem and Postmortem Dental Radiographs Using Digitized and Digital Images by Senn, D. R., Brumit, P., White, M., and Alder, M. E., Center for Education and Research in Forensics, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas

Dentin Transparency Image Analyzing Method and the Determination of Age Using Teeth in Skeletal Remains by Afsin, H. and Karaman, F., Association of Social Security, Istanbul Educational Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey; and Cologlu, S., Association of Social Security, Institute of Forensic Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey

Determination of the Elements Contained in Dental Fillings: An Aid to the Estimation of Length of Time Since Death by Buhmann, D., Kaiser, R., and Wilske, J., Universitaet des Saarlandes, Homburg Saar, Germany

A Disaster Victim Identification Training Kit for Odontologists and Scene Investigators by Taylor, R. G., Craig, P. J. G., and Clement, J. G., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; Ceddia, J., Monash University, Melbourne, Australia; and Winship, V., Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine, Melbourne, Australia

Identification by Analysis of Teeth Marks by Karaman, F. and Afsin, H., Association of Social Security, Istanbul Educational Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey; and Cologlu, S., Association of Social Security, Institute of Forensic Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey

Pattern Recognition Techniques Applied to the Identification of Dentures for Forensic Odontology by Lindemaier, G. and Peschl, O., Universitaet Muenchen, Muenchen, Germany; and Czarnecki, J. V., Wehrwissenschaftliches Institut fuer Materialuntersuchungen, Erding, Germany

Radiographic Identification: Importance and Cases by Rösing, F. W., Novak, R., Fleiter, T., Hausmann, R., and Alt, K. W., Universitätsklinikum Ulm, Ulm, Germany

Photography/Photocomparisons

Facial Identification From Surveillance Images: The Danish Experience by Lynnerup, N. and Sejrsen, B., University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark

Forensic Photocomparison of the Face: The United Kingdom Perspective by Neave, R. A. H., University of Manchester, York, United Kingdom

Identification of Individuals Through Photographic Facial Comparisons by Vorder Bruegge, R. W. and Musheno, T., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC

Identifying an Unknown Person Using Photographs: Difficulties and Limitations in the Preparation of an Expert Opinion by Buhmann, D. and Wilske, J., Universitaet des Saarlandes, Homburg Saar, Germany

Introduction of the TLGA-213 Skull Identification System by Lan, Y. and Wang, Y., Tieling Research Institute, Liaoning, People's Republic of China; and Wang, L., Tieling Public Security Bureau, Liaoning, People's Republic of China

Quality Standards for Forensic Opinions on the Identity of Living Offenders in Pictures by Rösing, F. W., Institut für Humangenetik und Anthroplogie Universitätsklinikum, Ulm, Germany

Strengthening the Discriminant Power of S. A. M. Fourier Parameters in Skull/Face Superimposition by Lettini, T., Cattedra di Antropologia, Università degli Studi di Bari, Bari, Italy; Cipriani, T. and Pesce Delfino, V., Consorzio di Ricerca DIGAMMA Bari, Bari, Italy; and Colonna, M. and Di Vella, G., Cattedra di Medicina Legale, Università degli Studi di Bari, Bari, Italy

3D Laser Scanner Images of a Suspect: An Aid in the Identification of an Unknown Culprit? by Buhmann, D., Wilske, J., Summa, H., and Menzel-Dowling, C., Universitaet des Saarlandes, Homburg Saar, Germany


Racial Identification

Application of the Facial Transformation Program for the Creation of Interethnic Images for Studies in Applied Psychology by Vanezis, M. and Vanezis, P., Department of Forensic Medicine and Science, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland; and Minnis, H., Gillies, M., and Smith, S., Department of Child and Family Psychiatry, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Yorkhill, Glasgow, Scotland

Identifying Racially Distinct Facial Morphologies in Subadult Skeletal Remains Using Geometric Morphometric Techniques by Viðarsdóttir, U. Strand, University of Durham, Durham, United Kingdom; and O'Higgins, P., University College London, London, United Kingdom

Preliminary Study on Facial Soft Tissue Thicknesses by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) on Northwest Indians by Sahni, D., Jit, I., Sanjeev, D., Singh, P., Suri, S., and Kaur, H., Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India

Preliminary Study on the Measurement of Facial Tissue Thickness in Japanese Children by Utsuno, H. and Minaguchi, K., Tokyo Dental College, Tokyo, Japan; Miyazawa, H.. Matsumoto Dental University, Matsumoto, Japan; and Yoshino, M., National Research Institute of Police Science, Kashiwa, Japan

Racial Assessment in Hair Examinations by Houck, M. M., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC; and Koff, C. M., Department of Anthropology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska

Variation of the Glabella Profile by Roentogenographic Cephalometry in Northeast Asians by Sakashita, R., Inoue, N., and Kamegai, T., Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan

3D Modeling

Anatomical Facial Sculpting With Clay and Computers: A Case Report—Triumph for DNA by Taylor, R. G. and Clement, J. G., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

Artificial Intelligence/Computational Method to Facial Reconstruction by Marks, M. K., Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee; and Tufano, D. R., Uberbacher, E. C., Flanery, R. E., Olman, V. N., and Xu, Y., Cognitive and Information Sciences, Computer Science and Mathematics, Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Computer-Assisted Facial Image Identification System by Yoshino, M., Matsuda, H., Kubota, S., Imaizumi, K., and Miyasaka, S., National Research Institute of Police Science Kashiwa, Japan

Digital 3D Reconstruction of Skulls From Fragments Using Streifenlichttopometrie (SLT) and a Special DNA Method by Subke, J., Zeller, M., Wehner, H. D., and Wolf, H., Institute of Legal Medicine, University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany

Face Reconstruction Using Flesh Deformation Models by Tu, P., Hartley, R., Lorensen, W., Allyassin, M., Gupta, R., and Heier, L., General Electric Company, Niskayuna, New York

Modeling Age, Obesity, and Ethnicity in Computerized 3D Facial Reconstruction by Evison, M. P., University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom

New Advances in 3D Facial Reconstruction Using Computer Models by Vignal, J-N., Brejeon, A., and Schuliar, Y., lnstitut de Recherche Criminelle, Rosny-sous-Bois, France

The Relationship of the Face to the Underlying Skeleton by Clement, J. G., Hlashwayo, A. C., Thomas, C. D. L., Taylor, R. G., Craig, P. J. G., Ismaniati, N., Stephan, C., and Sheridan, C. S., School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

Skull Reassembly and Modeling and the Effect Upon 3D Facial Reconstruction by Wilkinson, C. and Neave, R., University of Manchester, York, United Kingdom

Utilization of 3D Cephalometric Finite Elements Modeling for Measuring Human Facial Soft Tissue Thickness by Kusnoto, B. and Evans, C. A., University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois; Poernomo, S., Medical and Dental Division of Police Headquarters, Jakarta, Indonesia; and Sahelangi, P., Medical and Dental Division of Bhayangkara Police Hospital, Ujung Pandang, Indonesia


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