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A Novel Image-based Tool to Reunite Children With Their Families After Disasters

Chung, S., Christoudias, C.M., Darrell, T., et al. (2012). A Novel Image-based Tool to Reunite Children With Their Families After Disasters. Academic Emergency Medicine, 19(11): 1227-1234.

This article reports the findings of tests completed to determine the accuracy of various child identification tools. One tool, “Feature-Attribute-Matching,” extracts facial features from photographs to be matched with a parent's description of their child. The other tool, "User-Feedback," allows parents to choose photographs resembling their child which then reprioritizes the images in the database.
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