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Computational Forensics Project

Archival page 6/2002 Automated Reconstruction of Human Faces

The Computational Forensics research project is being conducted in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory , in collaboration with the anthropology and radiology departments of the University of Tennessee Knoxville, the Research Imaging Center of the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, and the radiology department of Case Western Reserve University.


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Welcome to the Computational Forensics Project, a demonstration of the effectiveness of computational methods for reconstructing facial structure from skeletal remains.

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