(Received 4 February 1980; accepted 5 August 1980)
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Computer-aided studies of the degree of similarity of striated marks are described. Digitized image data on 40 grinding marks were fed into a minicomputer, and the position values of the lines were determined semiautomatically. Idealized models were defined for an objective comparison of striated marks and then applied to the grinding mark data. Necessary conditions of the models were tested by comparing them with actual, measured properties of the marks. Results of the model calculations are presented and the properties of the models discussed.
Physicist, Wissenschafte. Direktor, Kriminaltechnisches Institut im Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden,
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