Study on the performance of different craniofacial superimposition approaches (II): Best practices proposal.

@article{Damas2015StudyOT,
  title={Study on the performance of different craniofacial superimposition approaches (II): Best practices proposal.},
  author={Sergio Damas and Caroline R. M. Wilkinson and Tzipi Kahana and Elizaveta V Veselovskaya and Alexey Abramov and Rimantas Jankauskas and Paul Thomas Jayaprakash and Elena Ruiz and Federico Navarro and Mar{\'i}a Isabel Huete and Eugenia Cunha and Fabio Cavalli and John Gerald Clement and Patricio Leston and Francisco Javier Molinero and T M Briers and Fernanda B. Vi{\'e}gas and Kazuhiko Imaizumi and Daniel Humpire and Oscar Calvo Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2015},
  volume={257},
  pages={504-508}
}
Craniofacial superimposition, although existing for one century, is still a controversial technique within the scientific community. Objective and unbiased validation studies over a significant number of cases are required to establish a more solid picture on the reliability. However, there is lack of protocols and standards in the application of the… CONTINUE READING