Eyad Haj-Said

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This paper addresses the problem of developing an automated system for postmortem identification using dental records. The Automated Dental Identification System (ADIS) can be used by law enforcement agencies to locate missing persons using databases of dental x-rays. Currently, this search and identification process is carried out manually, which makes it(More)
Automating the process of postmortem identification of individuals using dental records is receiving increased attention. Teeth segmentation from dental radiographic films is an essential step for achieving highly automated postmortem identification. In this paper, we offer a mathematical morphology approach to the problem of teeth segmentation. We also(More)
Automating the process of postmortem (PM) identification of individuals using dental records is receiving increased attention. In developing a research prototype of an Automated Dental Identification System (ADIS), research teams from multiple institutions collaborated with forensic experts from the US Federal Bureau of Investigation Criminal Justice(More)
Antemortem (AM) identification, that is identification prior to death, is usually possible through comparison of many biometric identifiers. While postmortem (PM) identification, that is identification after death, is impossible using behavioral biometrics (e.g. speech). Moreover, under severe circumstances, such as those encountered in mass disasters (e.g.(More)
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