Face Recognition in Poor-Quality Video Analytical Essay by Devann Murphy

Face Recognition in Poor-Quality Video
This paper looks at attempts to examine the relationship between face recognition and the quality of security surveillance videos.
# 298 | 660 words | 1 source | 2000 | US
Published by on May 23, 2001 in Psychology (General) , Accounting (General)


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"Statistics have shown that juries and other legal officials favor eyewitness testimony; however, this testimony is highly inaccurate. In order for this form of testimony to assist in the conviction of the defendant, extensive measures must be taken for proper identification. Current research, as reported by A. Mike Bruce, Stephen Wilson, Michelle Cowan, and Vicki Bruce, in "Face Recognition in Poor-Quality Video: Evidence From Security Surveillance," examines the relationship between face recognition and the quality of security surveillance videos."

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