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Personal identification based on the ear structure is a new biometrics Iannarelli, . Ear Identification: Forensic Identification Series. Paramont Publishing Company, California (1989)Google Scholar.
Personal identification based on the ear structure is a new biometrics. In this paper, a new ear recognition method is proposed . Iannarelli, .
Forensic identification is the application of forensic science, or "forensics", and technology to identify specific objects from the trace evidence they leave, often at a crime scene or the scene of an accident. Forensic means "for the courts". People can be identified by their fingerprints.
Identification and Automatic ICA-PSO Two-Class Classification of Time Series RSN in Shaky Hand Syndrome. S. P. Thaiyalnayaki, O. Uma Maheswari. 78161 1 092 Downloads 1 403 Views Citations.
Alfred Iannerelli Next to fingerprints, the external ear constitutes the most unique design . Iannarellis classification: round rectangle triangle oval. Ear Identification (Forensic Identification Series) by Alfred V. Manual Classification: Results.
Alfred Iannerelli Next to fingerprints, the external ear constitutes the most unique design, characteristic features and peculiarities for the purpose of identification. On no other part of human body do we have flesh lines with such a unique design Reference: Ear Identification, Forensic Identification series by Alfred V. Is this really true? Ross 2011.
Morphological Variation of ear for Individual Identification in Forensic Cases: A. Forensic Identification Series: Ear Identification, Paramont, California, 5, (1989)
Morphological Variation of ear for Individual Identification in Forensic Cases: A study of an Indian Population. Iannarelli devoted most of his career to the study of the ear as an identifying organ. Van der Lugt reported on a study carried out by him in 198733,34. Forensic Identification Series: Ear Identification, Paramont, California, 5, (1989). 22. Bertillon . Instructions signalétiques, Melun: Imprimerie administrative, (1893).
Alfred Iannarelli was a pioneer in this field. Lannarelli A. Ear Identification. Forensic Identification Series. California: Paramount Publishing Company, Fremont. He classified the ear into eight parts on the basis Received December 19, 2011; Revised April 13, 2012; Accepted April 20, 2012 322 e-ISSN: 2087-278X Figure 1. Anatomy of Human Ear of 12 measurements. But this method was not suitable because of the difficulty of localization of anatomical points. Burge and Burger proposed that each individual’s ear is modeled as a graph of adjacency that can be built using Voronoi diagram of curve segments.
Iannarelli, Ear identification. In Forensic identification series, Fremont, California, Paramont Publishing Company (1989). B. Victor, K. Bowyer and S. Sarkar, An evaluation of face and ear biometrics. In 16th International Conference of Pattern Recognition, pages 429–432 (Aug.