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MSU researcher creates system to help law enforcement match tattoos to suspects

MSU researcher creates system to help law enforcement match tattoos to suspects



Michigan State University computer science researchers have created an automatic image retrieval system, whereby law enforcement agencies will be able to match scars, marks and tattoos to identify suspects and victims.

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Media Coverage

New System Helps Police Match Tattoos to Suspects Science Daily

MSU Researcher Creates System Helping Police to Match Tattoos to Suspects ACM TechNews

New Biometric Measures: Birth Marks, Scars, and Tattoos Homeland Security Daily Wire

Prof Creates Tattoo Database for Police MSNBC

Matching Tattoos The Engineer Online Technology News (UK)

MSU Researcher Helps Police Match Suspects Great Lakes IT Report

Scars, Marks, and Tattoos: a Soft Biometric for Identifying Suspects and Victims SPIE Newsroom

Taking Biometric Recognition To The Next Step By Adding Scar, Mark And Tattoo Recognition Capability Medical News Today

Researcher Crafts Tattoo / Scar Matching System to Nab Outlaws Engadget

Researcher's System to Match Tattoos to Suspects Lansing State Journal

MSU Team Creates 'Tattoo-ID' System State News

System Helps Police Match Tattoos to Suspects Red Orbit

Tattoo-ID: Helping Police Match Tattoos to Suspects Domain-b.com

MSU Researcher Creates System Helping Police to Match Tattoos to Suspects Space Daily

Michigan State University Researcher Anil Jain Creates System to Match Tattoos to Suspects findBIOMETRICS.com

University Professor Develops Automatic Tattoo Recognition System for Police TG Daily

MSU Researchers Develop Tattoo Software WWJ News Radio

MSU Researcher Creates System Helping Police to Match Tattoos to Suspects Physorg

(Date Posted: 2009-06-24)