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  • The Science of Ridges Name ____________________________ 1. ___________________ is the study of the uniqueness of friction ridge structures and their use for personal identification. 2. As we have learned in our first lesson, a fingerprint is made of a series of ________________ and ________________ on the surface of the finger. The uniqueness of a fingerprint can be determined by the ________________ of ridges and valleys as well as the ________________ points, which are points where the ridge structure changes. 3. When minutiae on two different prints match, these are called points of ______________________ or points of ______________________. At this point there is _______ international standard for the number of points of identification required for a match between two fingerprints. However, the United Kingdom requires a minimum ______________ points while Australia requires _________________. 4. AFIS = __________________ _____________________ _________________ _______________ 5. Ridge Characteristics - Draw the different ridge characteristics listed below. Fork or Core Ending Ridge Short Ridge Bifurcation Delta Dot or Island Eye Hook Crossover Bridge Enclosures Specialty T. Trimpe 2007 http://sciencespot.net/
  • 6. How many ridge characteristics can you identify in this fingerprint? Use a hand lens and highlighter to help you identify the characteristics and then label each one. Try It! - Analyze the fingerprints on your “My Prints” worksheet to see how many ridge characteristics you can find. Which ridge characteristics did you find in your fingerprints? List them below and mark the two most common ones with a star. T. Trimpe 2007 http://sciencespot.net/