DIAGNOSIS OF GENERAL PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERISTICS OF A PERSON IN THE CONTEXT OF ICPO-INTERPOL REQUIREMENTS

N. M. Kozan, V. G. Cherkasov, V. S. Shkolnikov, I. M. Makarchuk, I. A. Marchuk
2019 World of Medicine and Biology  
Topicality of this study is due to the need to find new ways to solve the problem of identifying a person in terms of an integrated approach DVI -Interpol system, and consist in to determine the patterns of manifestation of inter-system relationships and the development of criteria for predictive assessment of phenotypic human features based on phenotypology of the finger, palmar dermatoglyphics and foot dermatoglyphics. Received anthroposcopic and anthropometric parameters, imprints of the
more » ... imprints of the ridge patterns of the fingers and feet, the inner surface of the hands and feet, and the smears of peripheral blood from 567 men and women of 18-59 years of age living in the Ivano-Frankivsk region and belonging to the Hutsuls (1 group), Boykos (group 2) and Lemkos (group 3) ethno-territorial groups or do not identify themselves with any (group 4). The following research methods were applied: anthroposcopic, anthropometric, dermatological, one-dimensional and multidimensional statistical analysis, neural network programming (in the package Statistica 12). Reliable differences between phenotypic parameters of male and female persons of Boykos, Lemkos, Hutsuls and control groups were established; on the basis of obtained data using artificial neural networks, a computer identification program Dermatoglyphics For Prediction (DFP) was developed that will increase the effectiveness of the second and fourth stages of the Disaster Victim Identification methodological approach. The work is a fragment of the research project "Forecasting of external recognizable human features on the basis of a comprehensive study of dermatological features of hands and feet", state registration No. 0117U00477.
doi:10.26724/2079-8334-2019-2-68-65-69 fatcat:bpiijirqvbcuth5ei37zwn73xi