A State of Art Automated Dental Identification System

@inproceedings{Ramteke2012ASO,
  title={A State of Art Automated Dental Identification System},
  author={Surendra P. Ramteke and Rahul Patil and N Patil},
  year={2012}
}
This paper address review of new methodologies for postmortem Identification Using dental records that means the Automated Dental Identification System (ADIS) can be used by Law enforcement agencies to locate missing persons also to identify Victims in Mass disasters (e.g. earthquakes, Tsunami, airplane Crash etc.) Using databases of dental X-rays. In PM identification, forensic odontologists rely mainly on dental radiographs, among other types of records (e.g., oral photographs, denture models… CONTINUE READING

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