Giving Crime the 'evo': Catching Criminals Using EvoFIT Facial Composites
Frowd, C. D., Hancock, P. J., Bruce, V., McIntyre, A. H., Pitchford, M., Atkins, R., …Sendrea, G. (2010)
Giving Crime the 'evo': Catching Criminals Using EvoFIT Facial Composites. In 2010 International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies (EST),doi:10.1109/est.2010.38
Facial composites are traditionally made by witnesses and victims describing and selecting parts of criminals’ faces, but this method is hard to do and has been shown to be ge...
Caricaturing to Improve Face Matching
Hancock, P. J., McIntyre, A. H., & Kittler, J. (2009)
Caricaturing to Improve Face Matching. In Symposium on Bio-inspired Learning and Intelligent Systems for Security, 2009. BLISS '09https://doi.org/10.1109/bliss.2009.17
Identity verification by matching face images is a common security task; is this person on a wanted list? With unfamiliar faces, this is surprisingly difficult, with error rat...
Evolving the face of a criminal: How to search a face space more effectively.
Frowd, C. D., Bruce, V., Gannon, C., Robinson, M., Tredoux, C., Park, J., …Hancock, P. J. (2007)
Evolving the face of a criminal: How to search a face space more effectively. In ECSIS Symposium on Bio-inspired, Learning, and Intelligent Systems for Security, 2007. BLISS 2007doi:10.1109/bliss.2007.28
Witnesses and victims of serious crime are often required to construct a facial composite, a visual likeness of a suspect's face. The traditional method is for them to select ...
Adding Holistic Dimensions to a Facial Composite System
Frowd, C., Bruce, V., McIntyre, A., & Hancock, P. (2006)
Adding Holistic Dimensions to a Facial Composite System. In 7th International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition, 2006. FGR 2006doi:10.1109/fgr.2006.20
Facial composites are typically constructed by witnesses to crime by describing a suspect?s face and then selecting facial features from a kit of parts. Unfortunately, when pr...