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3D analysis of facial features for proof of identity across Australia's ethnically diverse population

Title
3D analysis of facial features for proof of identity across Australia's ethnically diverse population
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP0772650
Start Date
2007/01/01
End Date
2009/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0772650

 

  • Dysmorphometrics: the modelling of morphological abnormalities

    Claes, Peter; Daniels, Katleen; Walters, Mark; Clement, John; Vandermeulen, Dirk; Suetens, Paul (2012)
    Projects: ARC | 3D analysis of facial features for proof of identity across Australia's ethnically diverse population (DP0772650)
    Abstract Background The study of typical morphological variations using quantitative, morphometric descriptors has always interested biologists in general. However, unusual examples of form, such as abnormalities are often encountered in biomedical sciences. Despite the long history of morphometrics, the means to identify and quantify such unusual form differences remains limited. Methods A theoretical concept, called dysmorphometrics, is introduced augmenting current geometric morphometrics ...

    Spatially-dense 3D facial asymmetry assessment in both typical and disordered growth

    Claes, Peter; Walters, Mark; Vandermeulen, Dirk; Clement, John Gerald (2011)
    Projects: ARC | 3D analysis of facial features for proof of identity across Australia's ethnically diverse population (DP0772650)
    Mild facial asymmetries are common in typical growth patterns. Therefore, detection of disordered facial growth patterns in individuals characterized by asymmetries is preferably accomplished by reference to the typical variation found in the general population rather than to some ideal of perfect symmetry, which rarely exists. This presents a challenge in developing an asymmetry assessment tool that is applicable, without modification, to detect both mild and severe facial asymmetries. In th...
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