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Studies in Computational Intelligence
Impressions of footwear are commonly found in crime scenes. Yet they are not routinely used as evidence due to: (i) the wide variability and quality of impressions, and (ii) the large number of footwear outsole designs which makes their manual comparison time-consuming and difficult. Computational methods hold the promise of better use of footwear evidence in investigations and also in providing assistance for court testimony. This paper begins with a comprehensive survey of existing methods,doi:10.1007/978-3-319-05885-6_15 fatcat:q7njd4iztrhvrgdmubx7erw4sa