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Computer Science - Image Processing | Computational Forensics - Second International Workshop, IWCF 2008, Washington, DC, USA, August

Computational Forensics

Second International Workshop, IWCF 2008, Washington, DC, USA, August 7-8, 2008, Proceedings

Srihari, Sargur N., Franke, Katrin (Eds.)


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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Workshop, IWCF 2008, held in Washington, DC, USA, August 2008.

The 19 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 39 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on trends and challenges; scanner, printer, and prints; human identification; shoeprints; linguistics;decision making and search; speech analysis; signatures and handwriting.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » access control systems - automatic feature extraction - biometric - classification - computational forensics - counterfeit detection - fingerprint - fingerprints - forensic data - high-throughput - identification - law enforcement - natural language - shoeprints - web mining

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Database Management & Information Retrieval - Image Processing

Table of contents 

Trends and Challenges.- Computational Forensics: An Overview.- Computational Methods for Determining Individuality.- Scanner, Printer, and Prints.- Survey of Scanner and Printer Forensics at Purdue University.- Evaluation of Graylevel-Features for Printing Technique Classification in High-Throughput Document Management Systems.- Document Signature Using Intrinsic Features for Counterfeit Detection.- Human Identification.- Automatic Feature Extraction from 3D Range Images of Skulls.- 3D Processing and Visualization of Scanned Forensic Data.- Person Identification Based on Barefoot 3D Sole Shape.- Shoeprints.- Computerized Matching of Shoeprints Based on Sole Pattern.- Shoe-Print Extraction from Latent Images Using CRF.- Linguistics.- Finding Identity Group “Fingerprints” in Documents.- Supporting Law Enforcement in Digital Communities through Natural Language Analysis.- An Intelligent System for Semantic Information Retrieval Information from Textual Web Documents.- Decision Making and Search.- Support of Interviewing Techniques in Physical Access Control Systems.- Application of q-Gram Distance in Digital Forensic Search.- Speech Analysis.- Similarity Visualization for the Grouping of Forensic Speech Recordings.- Handwritten Signature and Speech: Preliminary Experiments on Multiple Source and Classifiers for Personal Identity Verification.- Signatures and Handwriting.- Signature Verification Using a Bayesian Approach.- Stroke-Morphology Analysis Using Super-Imposed Writing Movements.- Invariants Discretization for Individuality Representation in Handwritten Authorship.

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