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footprint

The area of land physically occupied by a building, including its square footage and shape.

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Electronic scanning device used to immobilize shoeprint traces and compare them in the database.
e assault was so violent that police revealed the victim was left with a shoeprint on his face as well as extensive bruising.
This is done because of the original image being on a dark carpet and the shoeprint being generated from a small amount of dust.
Topics of presented papers include image and shape representation and recovery, including a paper on shoeprint image retrieval by topological and pattern spectra, two-dimensional and three-dimensional analysis and visualization, including a range image feature extraction with varying degrees of data irregularity, medical and biomedical imaging, including computerized skin lesion analysis, object and event recognition, including non-linear approaches for the recognition of facial expression, image processing, including adaptive pre-filtering techniques for color image analysis, and applications, architecture and systems integration.
Jurors are perfectly equipped to assess the probative value of a Nike size-10 shoeprint," says Tobin.
An inquest heard how 75 finger marksanda shoeprint were found inside the freezer -all made as the boys desperately tried to claw their way out.
As well as the shoeprint, the hire car they had used was later examined and a tuft of bloodstained hair from the dead man was also found.
A YOUNG man had a shoeprint left on his neck after being repeatedly kicked and stamped on by two robbers who wrenched a pounds 50 gold ring from his finger.
The most powerful hex he attempted was when he encased Rollins' shoeprint within a shell sealed by wax and then buried by the river.