Ján Dupej

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The aim of this study was to find any relation between soft facial tissue thickness (FSTT) and sex, age and asymmetry in the contemporary Czech population. The studied sample consisted of head CT scans of 102 adult Czech individuals between the ages of 21 and 83. Forty FSTTs were evaluated and analysed using PCA, Hotelling's T(2) test, LDA, the(More)
In the forensic sciences, knowledge of facial ageing is very important in searching for both dead and living individuals. Ageing estimations typically model the biological profile, which can be compared to missing persons. The main goals of this current study were to construct ageing trajectories for adult human faces of both sexes and evaluate sexual(More)
The analysis of shape represented as surface meshes is an important tool in anthropology and biomedicine for the study of aging, post-treatment development or sexual dimorphism. Most approaches rely on nonrigid registration using manually placed homologous landmarks, it is however often the case that some regions cannot be land-marked due to the lack of(More)
New techniques of capturing shape geometry for the purpose of studying asymmetry in biological objects bring the need to develop new methods of analyzing such data. In this paper we propose a method of mesh asymmetry analysis and decomposition intended for use in geometric morphometry. In geometric morphometry the individual bilateral asymmetry is captured(More)
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