skin ridge

skin ridge

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Fingerprint identification, also referred to as dactyloscopy is the process of comparing questioned and known friction skin ridge impressions from fingers, palms, and toes to determine if the impressions are from the same finger or palm and toe.
According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), "minutiae describes the location on a fingerprint where a friction skin ridge begins, terminates, or splits into two or more ridges.
The minimum number (and arrangement) of features for uniqueness and the amount of detail necessary for evaluation in everyday friction skin ridge comparisons may not be the same.
In some instances, soil conditions were such that dermatoglyphics, or skin ridge details, were preserved in the footprints and transferred to the casts.
Weld seam / tear repair in the area of transverse frames, Skin ridges, Orthotropic.
In recent tests, scientists from Newcastle University in England confirmed there is a benefit to those clammy skin ridges.
The suit's fabric replicates the shark's skin ridges allowing the swimmer to move through the water faster.