Robust wireless transmission of compressed latent fingerprint images\ud

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Allinson, N.M.; Sivarajah, J.; Gledhill, I.; Carling, M.; Allinson, L.J.;
  • Publisher: IEEE

Maximizing the potential of latent fingerprints from crime scenes in the identification of suspects requires the rapid transfer of the latent from the scene to a remote fingerprint bureau. Transmission over restricted-bandwidth cellular wireless networks requires the la... View more
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