Comparison of footwear retrieval systems for synthetic and real shoe marks

@article{Cervelli2009ComparisonOF,
  title={Comparison of footwear retrieval systems for synthetic and real shoe marks},
  author={Federico Cervelli and Francesca Dardi and S. Carrato},
  journal={2009 Proceedings of 6th International Symposium on Image and Signal Processing and Analysis},
  year={2009},
  pages={684-689}
}
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. Here we make a comparison of some of the methods reported in literature, both on synthetic and on real shoe marks coming from crime scenes… CONTINUE READING

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