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Shoeprints found on the crime scene are useful to understand the crime dynamics. Several semi-automatic and automatic systems have already been proposed to identify the make and model of the shoe that left the mark on the crime scene, however these systems have been tested on simulated shoe marks, i.e. not coming from real crimes scene but artificially(More)
In this paper, we present an innovative interpolator that performs high quality 2/spl times/interpolation on both synthetic and real world images. Its structure, which is based on a rational operator, provides edge-sensitive data interpolation so that sharp- and artifacts-free images are obtained at a reasonable computational cost.
Shoe marks found on crime scenes can lead to the identification of the culprit, thus it is important to find the make and model of the footwear that left the marks. Some semi-automatic and automatic systems have been proposed in literature for the purpose, but they have been all tested on synthetic shoe marks, i.e. sole prints with added synthetic noise.(More)
Frame misalignment is a serious problem that affects most old films: it reduces their visual quality and hampers their restoration. We propose a simple and very effective frame stabilization algorithm that is able to efficaciously eliminate this artifact. Camera-panning effects, which may be present in the scene in the form of global motion, are not(More)
– In this paper we report the development of a prototype for a new kind of detector intended for scintimammography imaging. Traditional photon counting information is available; moreover digital words representing the amplitude of each event and suitable image elaboration methods significantly enhance detector capabilities. The prototype detector is(More)
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