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Dental biometrics is used in forensic dentistry to identify or verify persons based on their dental radiographs. This paper presents a method for human identification based on dental work information. The proposed method works with three main processing steps: segmentation (feature extraction), creation of a dental code, and matching. In the segmentation step, seed points of the dental works are detected by thresholding. The final segmentation is obtained with a snake (active contour)doi:10.1109/sibgrapi.2007.9 dblp:conf/sibgrapi/HoferM07 fatcat:nubcjhd56jerxlj2fr4auvk2wm