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Department
Forensic Science
Course
FSC239Y5
Professor
Hisham Ragab
Semester
Fall

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Forensic Facial Reconstruction Background: - Digital modeling and animation - Background in anatomy, anthropology, and the development of the primate face 3D forensic facial reconstruction - Why do it? - What can we know? - How do we do it? - Who is it for? Why? - Possible vs. Positive identification - Positive ID established through  DNAcomparison  Radiological comparison  Odontological comparison  Fingerprint comparison - Positive ID depends on a possible ID and the comparative material it provides 3D forensic facial reconstruction - Means to establish possible ID 1. Create a likeness of the individual 2. Present the likeness to the public 3. Generate new investigate leads 4. Establish a positive ID What? - Forensic demographic analysis - Assume there’s
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