Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2007, $128,754)
This project focuses on research, development and commercialization of an enhanced facial identification system by integrating multiple dimensionality-increasing techniques and novel machine learning methods. The enhanced facial identification system can be deployed to state and local criminal justice agencies meet their specific needs and will be employed to combat terrorism and other types of crime.
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