Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2007, $496,341)
GE will develop a site-adaptive approach to face recognition at a distance, for use in criminal justice and homeland security applications. They will develop a face recognition engine that continuously adapts to the changing imaging conditions of a specific site. This development and evaluation effort will optimize face recognition at a distance could lead to the adoption of new tools and technologies for use by local law enforcement agencies.
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- Evaluation of the Occurrence and Associative Value of NonIdentifiable Fingermarks on Unfired Ammunition in Handguns for Evidence Supporting Proof of Criminal Possession, Use and Intent
- Multi-state Research on Juvenile Reoffending