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Évaluation du logiciel TIVMI lors d'un processus de reconstruction faciale informatisée

Abstract : Facial reconstruction (FR) is a complementary method to estimated identification. Its aim is to suggest someone's identity. Born with the manual method, the technological progress allowed its development thanks to the computerized method which matches a face template from a database and an unknown skull. The goal of this work is, from 7 computed tomographies providing all of the face's hard and soft tissues, to identify and quantify variations between TIVMI software and AFA3D FRs, and the reconstructed real faces, thus offering a method of evaluation useful with other FR software. Results show a faint resemblance and a lack of precision of FR compared to the real face despite a quick and easy method and the necessity to expand the database. TIVMI software needs to evolve before it can be considered a reliable and essential tool for the forensic anthropology.
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Estelle Creppy. Évaluation du logiciel TIVMI lors d'un processus de reconstruction faciale informatisée. Chirurgie. 2015. ⟨dumas-01245447⟩



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